Over 1000 years of History, Gyeongju

Over 1000 years of History, Gyeongju Travel


List of included services

Accommodation – 4 Stars Hotel

Guide – Amuse Travel Guide

Services Included – Meals, Airport pick up and drop off, Entrance fees

Transportation – Transportation type may change according the number of Pax

Over 1000 years of History, Gyeongju Travel


Day 1

Departure – Arrival in Gyeongju – Lunch – Hanuri Farm – *Seokguram – Dinner – Return to Hotel

*Activities in Hanuri Farm: Making pizza with Korean beef, Baking naturally leavened bread and so on.

Seokguram = UNESCO

Day 2

Breakfast at the Hotel – Daereungwon Aneicnt Tombs & Cheonmachong Ancient Tomb – Lunch – Cheomseongdae – dinner – The Palace of the Crown Prince & Pond – Return to Hotel

Day 3

Breakfast at the Hotel – *Bulguksa Temple – Lunch – Leave Gyeongju – Arrival

*Bulguksa Temple = UNESCO

Hanuri Farm

Natural Playground for Family

Hanuri Farm is a family operated farm in the High Desert area using an eco-friendly approach known as natural farming. You can enjoy feeding to cows, horses and goats, and you can make pizza with Korea beef and baking naturally leavened bread and so on.

Seokguram (UNESCO)

Seokguram is listed as World Heritage by the UNESCO.

The Seokguram is listed as World Hermitage and part of the Bulguksa temple complex. It lies four kilometers east of the temple on Mt. Tohamsan, in Gyeongju, South Korea. The Seokguram grotto is said to have been built by Kim Daeseong and originally called Seokbulsa. It means Stone Buddha Temple. A viewing of the sunrise over the sea, which is visible from near the seated Buddha’s perch, is especially popular.

Daereungwon Ancient Tombs / Cheonmachong Ancient Tomb

This Ancient Tombs have built in 6th Century.

Within Daereungwon Tomb Complex is a Cheonmachong Tomb (Ancient Tomb No. 155), which was excavated in 1973. Cheonmachong Tomb consists of a wooden coffin placed in an underground chamber mounded with boulders and earth, characterized as a typical upper class tomb of the Silla period.

Cheomseongdae (Observatory)

National Treasure No. 31 in South Korea

Cheomseongdae is the oldest existing astronomical observatory in Asia. This is the National Treasure no. 31 in Korea. Cheomseongdae was used to observe stars in order to forecast the weather. This Observatory, stone structure, is a beautiful combination of straight lines and curves.

The Palace of the Crown Prince & Wolji Pond

Donggung Palace and Wolji Pond is as known as Anapji.

This place is an artificial pond in Gyeongju, South Korea. It was part of the palace complex of ancient Silla. It was constructed by order of King Munmu in 674 CE. The pond is situated at the northeast edge of the Banwolseong palace site, in central Gyeongju. It contains three small islands.

Bulguksa Temple (UNESCO)

Bulguksa Temple is listed as World Heritage by the UNESCO

Bulguksa Temple is a head temple of the order of Korean Buddhism, and encompasses seven National treasures of South Korea. The temple’s records state that a small temple was built on this site under King Beopheung in 528. The temple was renovated during the Goryeo Dynasty and the early Joseon Dynasty.

Also, there are five National Treasure  and one Treasure : Dabotap(No.20), SeokgatapDabotap(No.21), Yeonhwagyo Dabotap(No.22), Cheongungyo(No.23), Gyeongju Bulguksa geumdong birojana buljwasang (No. 26), Gyeongju Bulguksa geumdong amita yeoraejwasang(No.27) and Sarira Pagoda(Treasure No. 61)

Attractions and price of the package may vary depending on each client’s situation and condition.

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