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South Korea Trips (flight + hotel)

Top hotels in South Korea

Maison Glad Jeju
Maison Glad Jeju
4.5 out of 5
80, Noyeon-ro, Jeju City, Jeju
Free CancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is P5,047 per night from 13 May to 13 May
4.1/5Very Good! (1,285 reviews)
"The location is perfect near the airport but the facilities have been too old and the breakfast is not good. But almost staffs are very nice and kind"

Reviewed on Mar 12, 2021

Maison Glad Jeju
Skybay Hotel Gyeongpo
Skybay Hotel Gyeongpo
4 out of 5
476 Haean-ro, Gangneung
Free CancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is P3,843 per night from 11 May to 11 May
4/5Very Good! (2,060 reviews)
"the only detractor was a bad odor in the room; could not find the source, could not make it go away. otherwise, a really great property in a fun part of Korea"

Reviewed on Nov 30, 2020

Skybay Hotel Gyeongpo
Grand Hyatt Seoul
Grand Hyatt Seoul
5 out of 5
322, Sowol-ro, Yongsan-gu, Seoul, Seoul
Free Cancellation
The price is P8,840 per night from 10 May to 10 May
4.2/5Excellent! (1,236 reviews)
Good stay
"The Mountain View room had a great view! Comfortable beds. We booked this hotel because of the outdoor pool. It is beautiful (was quite chilly this time of year, so we just sunbathed and used the hot tub). What was annoying was that there was so poolside service. You needed to walk up to place the ..."

Reviewed on Oct 1, 2020

Grand Hyatt Seoul
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South Korea Vacation Packages

Tour this country that charms with its culture, heritage and diverse landscapes. Visit ancient temples, explore dense rainforests and relax on tranquil beaches. With forested mountains, ancient temples, traditional villages and large modern cities, South Korea fascinates visitors with its diversity. Shop in designer boutiques, travel through underground caves, drink tea with the locals and embark on mountain hikes. 

Seoul straddles the Han River and is surrounded by mountains. The country’s business, cultural and economic hub has been South Korea’s capital for more than 600 years. Well-preserved ancient palaces, temples, shrines and monuments stand alongside modern skyscrapers, mega shopping malls and entertainment complexes. 

Explore the many historic sights of this modern city. Tour the 14th-century palaces of Gyeongbok Palace  and Changdeok Palace. The Great South Gate is one of the main gates of the old city. Shop for handcrafted souvenirs and antiques on the streets of Insadong. Enjoy a steaming mug of omija cha in one of the neighborhood’s traditional tearooms. Browse upmarket boutiques in Gangnam, the district made famous by the global hit song, Gangnam Style. Dine in European-style cafés and restaurants serving Asian cuisine in the Samcheong-dong district.

Seorak-san National Park is a vast protected area of mountains, forests, beaches and temples, a 3-hour drive from Seoul. Hike on trails that take from under an hour to three days to complete. Look for the park’s wildlife, such as the long-tailed goral and musk deer. Relax in the therapeutic waters of Osaek Hot Springs.

Visit Busan, the country’s second-largest city, to sunbathe on its beaches. Go on a guided tour of the Demilitarized Zone, the fortified border between North and South Korea. Venture through lava tubes in the volcanic Jeju Island’s caves formed by flowing lava.

Although South Korea has airports in several cities, most international flights arrive at Seoul’s Incheon Airport. To get between cities, use the efficient and extensive bus and train networks. Some major cities have metro and light rail systems. Alternatively, rent a car.

With great natural diversity, modern cities and a rich culture and history, South Korea offers the traveler numerous choices.

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