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Highly Recommended Haeundae Tourism Spots this Fall Season

2023-11-28 136  Views

Haeundae River Cruise


It is the second tallest, and largest observatory in Korea, located at the top of Haeundae LCT The Sharp. Providing expansive views of both ocean into the distant horizon, and the city too. An at-traction called the Video Zone is on the 98th floor, a Sky Garden and restaurant are on the 99th floor, and an art gallery and photo zone are on the 100th floor. The entrance fee is 27,000 won for adults (over 13-years-old) and 24,000 won for children (aged 3 to 12).

Haeundae River Cruise

Haeundae River Cruise is a spacious yacht equipped with 43 seats, that cruises between the sea to the river. Setting off from APEC Naru Park, the cruise sails around the Suyeong, Millak and Gwangan Bridges for about an hour. The river cruise offers tour programs for sunset viewing, night views on the river, and even a private tour for those who want to enjoy a meal with their friends and family for special occasions. Booking is available on the website.

Website: https://www.haeundaerivercruise.com/


A tourist attraction that has uti-lized the old Mipo railway of the East-Sea South Line. Beach Train is a tram train and first started on 7th October 2020. Then the Sky Capsule, a monorail train, started on 4th February 2021 and they run from Mipo to Songjeong (4.8km). Every month, around 10,000 passengers take these trains. The Beach Train fares start from 7,000 won and the Sky Capsule starts from 35,000 won, depending on the size of capsule.

Website: https://www.bluelinepark.com/


A surf shop that provides surfing lessons in all seasons. Its main branch, located in the center of Songjeong Beach, has wide park-ing spaces, changing rooms, and shower facilities. The surfing courses are offered in introducto-ry, technical, intermediate, and advanced stages and the lesson fees start from 65,000 won.


In the museum there is an annex that has a permanent display titled "Space Lee Ufan", where artist Lee Ufan's special artwork has been exhibited for visitors to enjoy.

Website: https://art.busan.go.kr/index.nm

Read more: Haeundae City News (November 2023)