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New Busan City Bus Tours Launched


BUSAN, South Korea — The Busan Tourism Organization will launch three new Busan City bus tours including the Skyline Tour, focusing on Oryukdo and Mt. Hwangnyeongsan, the Double Decker Night Tour and the Night Tour.

The Skyline Tour, which is a themed course, has been offered since April 5, once a day. The three-and-a-half hour tour departs at 9:40 a.m. from Busan Station and returns at 1:30 p.m. The cost of the tour is 10,000 won for adults and 5,000 won for children.

Skyline Tour: 

Busan Station ? Gamman Port ? Baekunpo (Shinseondae) ? Oryukdo ? Yongho Bay Terminal ?Daenam Intersection ? Mt. Hwangnyeongsan Bongs udae (Beacon Mound) ? Busan Station

Due to the popularity of Busan’s wonderful nightscape, two new night tours will be launched this May.

The current Night Tour travels along Dalmajigil Road to the Geumnyeonsan Youth Center.  The new Double Decker Night Tour itinerary will include some newly popular sightseeing locations to experience the city at night including the Suyeong Riverside, Centum City, Marine City, Dongbaekseom Island and Gwangan Bridge. For the convenience of those taking a trip on another new night tour, a pickup/drop-off service from some of the city’s major hotels is offered.

Night Tour: 

Busan Station ? Gwangalli Beach ? Haeundae Beach ? Dalmajigil Road ? Gwangan Bridge – Geumnyeonsan Youth Center  ? Busan Station

Double Decker Night Tour: 

Busan Station ? Gwangalli ? Suyeong Riverside ? Marine City ? Dongbaekseom Island ?Gwangan Bridge ? Busan Station

For more information, please contact the Busan City Tour Bus at (051)464-0093 or visit the Busan City Tour website at citytourbusan.com

Source: Busan City News


 

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