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All reviews haeundae station the bus chinese zodiac beautiful seaside the cliff buddha's birthday bit crowded facing the sea worth the trip public transport nice view souvenir shops the main road food stalls visiting busan south korea haeundae beach
This temple is very close to Haeundae Beach and we got here via the City tour bus (hop on, hop off). The location on the coastline is stunning and it is best to come early because it gets very crowded. There are a few vedors...More
To this day I think it is one of the most charming places in which it was possible for me to be. I was there twice and it made a huge impression on me every time. quite hard to get there but it's really worth...More
I have been there three times and there is a market before entering the main entrance of the temple. You can try some local street food there as well. You can feel the calmness when you visit the temple.
I have visited several temples in Korea, but this is by far one of my favorite ones. Unlike other temples that are located up in the mountains, this one is seaside. It's a bit of a trip from the main areas of Busan, but I...More
I thought that there is a scenic place in the coast (rocky mountain) and a statue of gold and it is good luck.
The temple is quite a way outside of Busan, but luckily we had hired a car with a driver for the day and this was our last stop. We spent about an hour and a half here and we all really just enjoyed taking our...More
The temple and its surroundings were very well maintained, clean and tidy. Interesting figurines and statues but since the descriptions/plaques are in Korean, we have no comprehension of what the history or background of these status are about....
The bus 181 takes you there. If you do not have a bus stop with that number take 100 - 101 or any other bus which can take to the stop. Once you reach to the place one must walk about a mile to get to the entrance of the... More
The bus 181 takes you there. If you do not have a bus stop with that number take 100 - 101 or any other bus which can take to the stop. Once you reach to the place one must walk about a mile to get to the entrance of the temple. No entrance fee is required