Busan Beach Tourist Hotel
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
TripAdvisor Reviews Busan Beach Tourist Hotel
Travel Blogs from Busan
... the Terminal.
Glass and Granite and so huge, free entry, very good, well we spent ages… it was
so very good and over 3 levels ,the top very high up, so many things , from a
true Venetian Gondola, to ancient wooden Korean craft, and an aquarium ,with a
tunnel to walk through, a huge sea turtle, amongst many colourful fish, of all
sizes, beautifully done.
gathered in their hundreds, from kindergarten age ...
... headed out to the beautiful Haedong Yonggungsa Temple that was perched on the edge of an ocean cliff.
That evening, we said farewell to Marta and her friend, then Jeff and I stayed for the night in our first 'Love Motel'. Although these motels are, as the name would suggest, primarily designed for the purposes of allowing sexual privacy, they are also the cheapest hotels available. Stood in the dimly-lit lobby, we asked the receptionist for a key through a ...
The ferry from Japan landed me in Busan. I stayed in the Haeundae Beach area. It is definitely the shoulder season here in Korea. Haeundae Beach is one of Korea's most famous beaches, and in the high season it is packed, but when I was there it was pretty quite. The hostel was very quite too. The weather is still hot and muggy so it was nice to jump in the ocean, which is super calm and pretty warm too. ...
We sailed into Korean waters accompanied by low cloud and rain. After 11/2 hour road trip we arrived at Tumuli Park which is the home to 20 Royal tombs dating to 668AD. Thankfully the rain had stopped. Artifacts discovered include gold crowns ...
We stayed the night in what would commonly be reffered to as a Love Motel. Sound kind of sweet? Or sound kind of sleazey? Yes, well. It was both.
Love Motels are essentially cheap rooms for hire, usually they carry an hourly rate. ...