Double-decker buses are a tourists’ favorite all around the world, including in London, New York, and Hong Kong. It’s a different experience from riding on a regular bus because the views at different levels vary greatly. Traveling with a different perspective can be quite the experience.
Korea also operates double-decker buses 🚍 all over the country. Incheon Airport ✈ has prepared information regarding traveling via a double-decker bus to Gyeonggido! Shall we learn more about where to go in Gyeonggi-do to enjoy its unique scenery? ☺
Everland in Yongin: A land where dreams come true!
Do you want to go to Yongin, Gyeonggi-do by double-decker bus? Then hop on bus 5002B.
Bus No. 5002B, which runs from Gangnam Station in Seoul to Myongji University in Yongin, has an interval of 13 to 15 minutes on weekdays and 19 to 20 minutes on weekends. You can get to Everland🎠 by riding bus 5002B for about an hour from Gangnam Station!
Everland is basically Korea’s Disneyland. It is the largest amusement park in Korea. Imagine the anticipation of a day at the amusement park building throughout your double-decker bus ride! We also recommend riding the T-Express, as it’s one of the top attractions at Everland. You can feel the thrill of traveling at a tremendous speed of 104 kilometers per hour down a 77-degree drop. 😝
Banghwa Suryujeong in Suwon, Hwaseong: A place with endless, beautiful scenery
🏟 Suwon Hwaseong Fortress boasts a deep history as a castle built during the Joseon Dynasty. There is a special spot where you can enjoy the beautiful night view. It’s Banghwa Suryujeong! It has such historical value that it was designated as a treasure of Korea. Why don’t you take bus number 7770 bus to tour Suwon?
Bus 7770 departs from Sadang Station in Seoul at intervals of 5-8 minutes on weekdays and 6-7 minutes on weekends. Among the many tourist attractions that bus 7770 passes through in Gyeonggi-do, Banghwa Suryujeong is a popular spot.
If you get off at Jangan Park Station and walk for about 13 minutes, you can get to Banghwa Suryujeong. The Banghwa Suryujeong Pavilion, which has a beautiful pond, is also a popular place for having a picnic. It shows off some killer sunsets and night views. At night, you can even see Mars reflected in the pond as you walk along the lit fortress. Don’t forget to snap a photo 📸 while on your night walk at the Banghwa Suryujeong!☺
Heyri Art Village in Paju: Where artists gather
There is a village created by artists in Paju, Gyeonggi-do, called Paju Heyri Art Village. It is an art village that was created by 380 artists, sculptors, musicians, writers, architects, and craftsmen. It’s a place full of beautiful sceneries and artworks on every street.
Heyri Village, a huge community village of 500,000 square meters, is a place with many things to enjoy. There are galleries, museums, exhibition halls, performance halls, small theaters, as well as cafes and restaurants. It’s the perfect place for a memorable date, so be sure to bring your special someone. 👫
You can get to Paju Heyri Village on bus number 2200. Take bus number 2200 at Hongdae Station in Seoul for about 45 minutes and get off at Heyri Gate 4. The Paju Publishing Complex, a venue where various book-related events are held, is also on the same bus line. Take bus 2200 to reach the northernmost part of Korea! ☺
Did you enjoy Incheon Airport’s list of places to travel in Gyeonggido via double decker bus🚌? Just imagine yourself lightly swaying to the movement of the bus, while looking out at distant scenery. Gyeonggi-do is not far from Seoul, thus it’s the perfect quick and easy travel destination! Why not check out some of our recommendations? ☺
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