What better way to see Busan than on the top of a double-decker bus? Haeundae, Gwangalli, Taejongdae Park and Yonggungsa Temple are all on the docket as you take in the sights Busan has to offer.
Beginning at 7:30 p.m at Busan Station, the tour takes you to colorful Busandaegyo Bridge. After that, it’s onwards toward Busan Port and the sands of Gwangalli Beach. Of course, the bus stops by the coastal road for a photo session.
The next stop is Marine City, which boasts some of the most spectacular night views the city has to offer. Haeundae Beach is a short distance away, so visitors will have the opportunity to go to one of Busan’s most popular vacation destinations and are welcome to remain there if they don’t want to go back to Busan Station.
Overall, the bus tour is two-and-a-half hours. After exploring Busan on foot by day, the night tour bus is a wonderful way to see the city once more in a different and more laid-back manner.
While summer in Busan can get to be scorching hot, the evenings are, more often than not, quite pleasant. So, don’t be afraid to sit on top of the bus’s roof and enjoy the lovely night air, because the natural breeze of Busan’s refreshing evenings will cool you down.
The bus ride is 15,000 won for adults and 8,000 won for those not yet in high school. You may reserve up to 10 days before your tour, but Mondays are off-days.
Busan Night Tour Bus Information
Reservation: 051-464-9898; visit citytourbusan.com. English, Japanese and Korean available.
How to get there: Busan Station (Metro line 1), exit 6.