KR 9D8N ICN-ICN-01
From S$2,450 per person
– Land package only.
– Typically 4-star accommodation.
– Private transfers to ski resort and airport.
– Admission tickets as per stated on itinerary.
– Meals as stated on itinerary.
|Day 01 – Seoul Incheon Airport to Pyeongchang Ski Resort|
|Day 02 – Pyeongchang Ski Resort|
|Day 03 – Pyeongchang Ski Resort|
|Day 04 – Pyeongchang Ski Resort|
|Day 05 – Pyeongchang Ski Resort to Seoul|
|Day 06 – Seoul|
|Day 07 – Seoul|
|Day 08 – Seoul|
|Day 09 – Seoul to Seoul Incheon Airport|
9D8N South Korea Skiing
On arrival at Seoul Incheon Airport, your driver will meet you at the arrival hall and drive you to your hotel in Pyeongchang Ski Resort, the host city for the 2018 Winter Olympics and well known for its meandering peaks and pristine ski slopes. With mountains accounting for more than 80% of the land area, it is no wonder that Pyeongchang is coined the “Alps of Korea”. Enjoy the rest of the day at your own leisure.
Day 02 – PYEONGCHANG SKI RESORT [B]
Enjoy the various snow activities and the comprehensive suite of amenities at your own pace. The self-contained ski resort served as the main Olympic Village during the 2018 Winter Olympics, hosting the ski jumping, bobsleigh and cross-country skiing. Most ski resorts also have their own theme parks offering not only wave pools and water slides, but also “jimjilbang” (sauna) and spa services to soothe body aches after a long and strenuous day of winter sports. (T-shirts and shorts for “jimjilbang” are provided by the resorts.)
Day 03 – PYEONGCHANG SKI RESORT [B]
Continue to enjoy all that the ski resort has to offer.
Day 04 – PYEONGCHANG SKI RESORT [B]
Another day to enjoy the facilities at the ski resort.
Day 05 – PYEONGCHANG SKI RESORT – SEOUL [B]
Bid farewell to Pyeongchang and head to Seoul, capital of South Korea, where modern skyscrapers, high-tech subways and pop culture meet Buddhist temples, palaces and street markets. South Korea’s capital is a multi-faceted boom town, a 24-hour metropolis where there is always something to see, something to do and something to eat. Whether it is buying cosmetics or café-hopping, there is so much to be excited about in this megacity. The Jongno district is Seoul’s historic heart, where you will find heritage-listed palaces such as Gyeongbokgung (the primary palace) and Changdeokgung, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and home to “Huwon” or the “Secret Garden”. Bukchon Hanok Village is a maze of narrow alleyways and traditional Korean houses called “hanoks“. Exploring its network of streets will take you back in time and introduce you to a 600-year old Seoul. Elsewhere, Myeongdong is known for its upmarket shopping; Hongdae and Itaewon are bustling nightlife hubs; and Gangnam is modern and stylish. There is also the renowned Gangnam Underground Shopping Street conveniently located at Gangnam Station. Explore Seoul city at your own leisure.
Day 06 – SEOUL: TRICKEYE 3D & ICE MUSEUM [B]
Trickeye 3D Museum is one of the most popular and unique attractions in Seoul where you can freely touch, take photos and interact with 3D artworks. In addition, the Ice Museum, located inside the Trickeye 3D Museum, is filled with objects that are fully made out of ice, such as iced TV, ice kitchen and ice slope etc. With just one admission ticket, visitors can enjoy both the Trickeye 3D Museum and the Ice Museum.
Day 07 – SEOUL: EVERLAND THEME PARK [B]
Have a fun-filled day at one of the world’s largest and best theme parks – Everland Theme Park. Always magical and fun, it is in fact South Korea’s largest theme park (owned by Samsung) housing diverse attractions available to all to enjoy with no age limits. There are both outdoor and indoor rides and there is even a zoo within its compounds (a must-see as it spans over an area of 15,000m2 and exhibits 2,000 animals of 201 species)! And the “Lost Valley” which was opened in 2013 offers a tour by amphibious car to see 150 animals of 20 species. Feel the rush of adrenaline on the country’s first wooden roller coaster called “T-Express”!
Day 08 – SEOUL [B]
Enjoy Seoul, a shopaholic’s paradise, at your own leisure today. There are many shopping districts in the city and they each have their own unique personality. From Korean delicacies like “ganjang gejang” (raw crab marinated in soy sauce), “galbi” (grilled ribs), and “gomtang” (beef bone soup) to popular street food staples like “tteokbokki” (spicy stir-fried rice cakes) and “gyeranppang” (egg bread), Seoul will have you counting down the minutes to your next meal!
Day 09 – SEOUL TO SEOUL INCHEON AIRPORT [B]
Free time until your transfer to Seoul Incheon Airport for your return flight.
Whether you prefer the above itinerary “as-is” or have it customised, if you will indicate the start/end dates of your intended travel and provide your contact details, we will get in touch with you to discuss the itinerary on a no-obligations basis on your part.