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Pristine white beaches and high volcanic cliffs evoke visions of a quintessential island paradise, but even a little time spent on Jeju reveals the island off South Korea has a distinct appeal of its own. Lap up the five star luxury at the island’s most famous resort on Jungmun Beach, or take a drive through the countryside. Quirky sights such as the hareubang, stone ‘grandfather’ statues, and traditional thatched roofed houses start to reveal themselves among the bright yellow fields of rapeseed, or the pink, white and purple carpets of cosmos flowers.
Mount Halla dominates the skyline and is visible from almost everywhere on the island. Keen hikers should climb to the top and enjoy the views. To the south of the mountain, the world-class network of trails known as the Olle Walking Paths can keep hikers busy for days. Enjoy spectacular views from the lower Seongsan Ilchulbong Peak on the island’s east coast, where the vistas are especially good at sunrise. For natural beauty of an entirely different kind, head underground to the Manjanggul Cave, one of the largest lava tunnels in the world.
Winter on the island can be cold. When the weather isn’t right for outdoor excursions, Jeju Island has a host of indoor attractions. These range from the quirky, such as the Teddy Bear Museum and the Trick Art Museum, to the even quirkier Loveland. Here, numerous erotic statues stand in a range of compromising poses. For something more family friendly, try Psyche World Butterfly Park, one of the largest butterfly collections in the world.
Most visitors fly into Jeju City or arrive by boat. While the majority of attractions are elsewhere, the city can be a good place to base yourself, with plenty of food and accommodation options. From here, many attractions are easy to reach by rental car or public transport. An excellent network of buses service the entire island.
Being geographically distinct from Korea, Jeju Island has developed its own cuisine. The island is famous for its hallabong, a type of tangerine. Try abalone porridge made with abalones caught by the island’s famous female divers.
This hotel is located in Seogwipo (Seogwipo City), close to LeeJoongSeop Art Museum, Seogwipo Maeil Olle Market, and Cheonjiyeon Waterfall. Also nearby are Saeyeongyo Bridge and Jeongbang Waterfall.
Located near the airport, this luxury hotel is in Jeju (Jeju City), and area attractions include Dragon Head Rock, Jeju Waterworld, and Jeju National Museum. Regional attractions also include Hallasan National Park and Jeju Stone Park.
This family-friendly hotel is located in Seogwipo (Jungmun), close to Jungmun Golf Club, Jungmun Saekdal Beach, and Yeomiji Botanical Garden. Also nearby are Jeju Teddy Bear Museum and Ripley's Believe It or Not Museum.
This luxury hotel is located in Jeju (Jeju City), near the airport, Yongin Bridge, Tapdong Beach Theater, and Yongyeon Pond. Also nearby are Dragon Head Rock and Jeju Gwandeokjeong Pavilion.
Offering direct access to the beach, this Seogwipo resort is next to a golf course, within minutes of Jungmun Golf Club, Jungmun Saekdal Beach, and Yeomiji Botanical Garden. Also nearby are Jeju Teddy Bear Museum and PLAY K-POP.
This hotel is located in Seogwipo (Seogwipo City), close to Jeju World Cup Stadium, Seri World, and Gogeunsan Mountain. Also nearby are Eongtto Falls and Seokbujak Museum.
This hotel is located in Jeju (Jeju City), close to Jeju Starlight World Park and Planetarium, Gwaneumsa Temple, and Jeju Country Club. Local attractions also include Halla Ecological Forest.
This hotel is located in Jeju (Jeju City), near the airport, Cheju Halla General Hospital, Nexon Computer Museum, and Halla Arboretum. Local attractions also include Jeju Stadium and Yeongyoung Park.