South Korea is an incredibly fascinating and has risen to become one of the most prominent of all the modern countries. With expertise in fields such as robotics, electronics and even cinema, South Korea has established a very significant global presence. South Korea is also a very popular tourism destination, and welcomed more than twelve-million visitors in 2013. There are many choices of accommodation available including an alternative to hotels in Busan with examples such as Citadines Haeundae Busan,
A remarkable attraction in Busan, the second most populous city in South Korean, is the Taejongdae National Park. The park is considered a national monument and sorts, and many would say it is a representation of Busan in a manner of speaking. There are over two-hundred varieties of trees to be found at the park, and the pine forests, which make up for a majority of the park’s flora are a sight to behold.
Taejongdae is quite mountainous so expect to carry out a great deal of trekking and walking. If you prefer a more casual way of navigating the park’s grand expanse, there’s a small train system that will transport visitors to major stations on their loop. Although this is definitely less taxing, it can take away from your chances to truly experience everything the park has to offer.
By embarking on a trek, you could come across an unimaginable range of things ranging from temples to dinosaur tracks. Since Taejongdae is situated next to the ocean, there’s a wide range of sea-food delights to be had at the various food-stalls and eateries found within the park. There’s an amusement, light-house and observatory for visitors to explore.
If you ever find yourself in South Korea, or more specifically Busan, then the Taejongdae National Park is definitely an essential destination for you to visit.
Roland Lefevre is a travel writer who specializes in creating features on leisure as well as business travel destinations across the globe. Google+