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Let's head to Jeju's Beaches
Jeju, surrounded by the sea, is made up of shores each with its own charm and boasts a total of 12 bathing beaches. The western and eastern beaches boast beautiful white sand and emerald seas and are also known as snorkelling spots. The beach near Jungmun has relatively high waves and deep water, so that you can enjoy leisure activities such as surfing, while there are also well-established tourist trails. Jeju's beaches are well equipped with conveniences such as parking lots, showers, and restrooms for visitors, so why not visit any that grab your fancy or fit your itinerary?
UNESCO World Heritage Sites
Jeju, loved and known the world over as an island of natural beauty, is a volcanic landform created by an eruption. It not only has great scenery, but also great geological significance. It has over 360 oreums (parasitic cones) and 160 lava tubes, and the entire island was designated as a biosphere reserve in 2002. Mt Halla, Seongsan Ilchulbong Peak, and the Geomun Oreum lava tube systems were listed as World Natural Heritage sites in 2007, and certified as a Global Geopark in 2010 making it the only place in the world to have achieved three UNESCO natural science certificates. In addition, Jeju’s unique fishing culture, ‘Jeju Haenyeo (Fisherwomen diver)’, and its ‘Chilmeoridang Yeongdeunggut Shamanic Ritual’, through which prayers are offered for the safety of the haenyeo, a prosperous year, and a large catch, have been recognized by being registered as UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
Activities by Regions_Jeju City
A lot of activities that can be experienced in Jeju City, the largest downtown area of Jeju and the location of Jeju International Airport, and a city tour bus that operates across these major attractions and historical sites. These include: Gwandeokjeong Hall and the Jejumok Gwana Government Office. In addition, you can trek: the Seongan Olle Trail, which can be enjoyed while walking around the city’s downtown area. You can also see Jeju, Dodubong Peak, famous for its rainbow bridge, and Sarabong, a famous sunrise night-time viewing spot. In addition to these, there is a wide and diverse infrastructure, such as the Jeju Healing Meditation Center, which consists of various experiential programs that take care of both mind and body.
The Best Place to Go Shopping
There are a variety of shopping areas in Jeju, which can add to the joy of your trip. The famous shopping area includes duty-free stores that have become essential destinations for travellers visiting Jeju, as well as the Dongmun Traditional Market and the Seogwipo Maeil Olle Market, where you can purchase Jeju's special local fruit, fish, and seafood, as well as simple snacks. In addition, Chilseong-ro Shopping Street, a themed street, has many stores where you can buy fashion items as well as K-beauty products.
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