For solo travelers or budget travelers, renting a car may not be your mode of transportation. Jeju City Tour Bus is the answer for those who want to explore Jeju, especially its natural tourist attractions.
Cost: 1,200 every time you board
Jeju City Bus goes to 12 different tourist destinations around Jeju, departing at Jeju Intercity Bus Terminal at 8am, 9am, 10am, 11am, 1pm, 2pm, 3pm, and 4pm.
Destination 1: Halla Eco-forest (This conservation forest is home to Jeju’s diverse ecosysytem.)
Destination 2: Saryeoni Forest (A healing forest with walking paths.)
Destination 3: Jeju 4.3 Peace Park (A memorial park paying tribute to the memory of Jeju citizens who lost their lives in the April 3rd massacre.)
Destination 4: Jeju Roe Deer Observation Center (An ecological home for wild plants and deer.)
Destination 5: Jeomul Natural Recreation Forest (A forest where people can breathe in fresh air as they walk along the paths.)
Destination 6: Samdasu Forest Trail (A healing forest with a woodland path.)
Destination 7: Jeju Stone Park (A park that celebrates Jeju stone culture and also has special exhibits.)
Destination 8: Jeju National Museum (A historical museum that preserves and study the history and culture of Jeju island.)
Destination 9: Dongmun Market (Jeju City’s biggest traditional market.)
Destination 10: Gwandeokjeong (A traditional Korean building created with the purpose to train military troops.)
Destination 11: Seomun Market (Jeju’s traditional market that a variety of produce, meat, and fish.)
Destination 12: Yongduam Rock (A volcanic rock formation that looks like a dragon head.)
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