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Now Everyone can Fly to Jeju Island

World’s Best Low-Cost Airline – AirAsia X will be the first airline to operate direct flights to Jeju Island from Kuala Lumpur, starting on 12 December 2017, with 4 times per week. AirAsia is now having their last Free Seat Promotion in the year 2017 until Sunday (19 November 2017) and the return trip to Jeju starts from RM515. So worthy! FASTER BOOK NOW!

Malaysian travelers are now easier than ever to explore the natural wonders, foods, and climate of Jeju Island, which is a destination with year-round attractions suitable for all types of travelers, be it single or group travelers, families or honeymooners.


Top 5 Things to Do & Places to Go in Jeju

1. Seongsan Ilchulbong Peak [UNESCO World Heritage] (성산일출봉)

This UNESCO Natural Heritage offers exceptional views of the sunrise. It was formed by an underwater eruption, and volcanic ash piled on the edges makes it look like a crown or a fortress from afar. Along the trail are stairs that lead to the shore where Haenyo (women divers) performances are held twice a day (13:30 and 15:00). During spring, the place will be surrounded by yellow canola flowers.

  • Address: 284-12, Ilchul-ro, Seongsan-eup, Seogwipo-si, Jeju-do
  • Operation Hours: 07:30 – 19:00
  • Phone: +82 064 7107923
  • Website: jejuwnh.jeju.go.kr


2. Woljeongri Beach (월정리해수욕장)

Woljeong-ri is a coastal village featuring a beautiful white sandy beach made of clam shells. The Woljeong-ri Café Street stretches along the shore with many cozy cafes, making it a very popular tourist destination.

  • Address: Woljeong-ri, Gujwa-eup, Jeju-si, Jeju-do


3. O’sulloc Tea Museum (오설록티뮤지엄)


Opened in 2001, this was the first tea museum in Korea aiming to introduce and promote the Korean tea culture and history. Combining both Eastern and Western tea cultures, the museum houses an indoor garden, a teacup gallery, a tea house and a vast green tea field.

  • Address: 15, Sinhwayeoksa-ro, Andeok-myeon, Seogwipo-si, Jeju-do
  • Operation Hours: 09:00 – 18:00
  • Phone: +82 064 794 5312
  • Website: www.osulloc.com


4. Hanwha Aqua Planet Jeju (아쿠아플라넷제주)

Aiming to provide visitors an opportunity to see and experience the ocean, approximately 48,000 marine organisms are housed at the Planet that consists of the Aquarium, Marine Science, Ocean Arena and Kid’s Planet. Various programs and performances are held throughout its facilities.

  • Address: 95, Seopjikoji-ro, Seongsan-eup, Seogwipo-si, Jeju-do
  • Operation Hours: 10:00 – 19:00
  • Admission: 39,5000 won (DKYW 2017 offers 30% OFF on Hanwha Aqua Planet Jeju admission).
  • Phone: +82 064 780 0900
  • Website: www.aquaplanet.co.kr/jeju


5. Jeju Olle Trail

Jeju Olle-gil, a series of walking trails that stretch around the entire coast of the island, is one of the many attractions and activities that Jeju has to offer. The trails pass through various landscapes along the way, including small villages, beaches, farms and forests. There are currently a total of 26 routes that consist of 21 main routes and five sub-routes. Each route offers a unique opportunity to soak in the beauty of Jeju and the island’s culture.


AirAsia’s Direct Flight to Jeju Giveaway Event

To double the happiness of this exciting event, Korea Tourism Organization (KTO) Malaysia will give away 400 exclusive Imagine Your Korea travel luggage organizers for those who purchased AirAsia’s direct flight ticket to Jeju Island. Travel period is from 12 December 2017 onwards. Terms and Conditions apply.


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