Busan Top 6 Places to Explore with Roamingman

July 02, 2019

Busan is located in the Southern regions and is Korea's second-largest city. Busan recently has become one of the attractions for tourist. Busan is a more relaxing and chilled out city compare to Seoul. No clue where to start? These are 5 amazing places that you should visit in when you travel to Busan. And don't forget to get ready your Pocket WiFi as you will be uploaded tons of nice photos to your social media. Thanks, Roamingman for making my trip more meaningful. Roamingman is No.1 Travel Pocket WiFi Rental Brand.


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 1) Gamcheon Village (부산 감천문화마을)

Gamcheon Village is on my priority list. Gamcheon Village nestled into the side of a mountain that filled with colorful houses. It has become a tourist attraction due to a nice view of the colorful House from the peak. Don't panic if you lost at the residential area as you can refer to the maps or the shorter way is take a walk at 148 steps and walk up the hill as you will end up at starting point. The map is sold at ₩2,000 won but I prefer to refer map on the signboard as is free. Besides the colorful House, you can walk through 148 steps, take a break at Cafe, purchase souvenirs such as art postcard or taking a nice photo at a certain spot.







Gamcheon Cultural Village,
Busan, Saha-gu, Gamcheon-dong, 10-13
Daily: 9am to 6pm

How to get here?

Take the subway to Toseong Station,
take exit 6 and turn right until you see the bus stop in front of the hospital.
Look out for bus number Seogu 2.
Coming back, take the opposite bus number 1-1 or 2


2) Haeundae Beach (해운대해수욕장)

Haeundae Beach is one of the famous beaches in Busan and its flow of tourists. Haeundae Beach offers fine sand and clear blue waters. If you are lucky enough, you get to join the Haeudae Sand Festivals which take place in late May or early June during the summer time. It includes hot sand baths, beach sports contests, marathons, and other activities. There are some concerts and fireworks during the nighttime.







Hauendae Beach,
264, Haeundaehaebyeon-ro,
Haeundae-gu, Busan

How to go?

Haeundae Station (line 2, exit 3/5). 5 mins walk. (around 50 mins by subway from Busan Station).

Take Bus #1003 from the bus stop in front of Busan Station (same side), about 50m straight from exit 10 of Busan Subway Station to Haeundae Beach.



3) Gukje Market (국제시장)

Gukje Market the largest traditional market in Busan, is a place steeped in history. Started in 1950 and the area turn into busy market. You can find new and used items in both wholesale and retail sales. A good place to hunt for food. Gukje Market near to several attraction places like Jagalchi Market, Nampo-Dong and Bupyeong market. Each alleyway of the market is connected to the Bupyeong market, Kkangtong market, and other smaller markets. Street food is everywhere at Gukje market.






Gukje Market
25 Gukjesijang 2-gil,
Gwangbok-dong,
Jung-gu, Busan

How to get there?

Jagalchi Station (line 1, exit 7).
Walk straight passing the 1st road (on your left), turn left at the 2nd road (Gwangjang-ro) to BIFF Square and walk straight about 150m to arrive at the food alley.



4) Jagalchi Market (부산 자갈치시장)
Jagalchi Market famous with fresh fish and seafood. Formed in late 19th century, Jagalchi Market has become tourist a must visit place. Jagalchi Market has 2 different section( outdoor & Indoor). Basically I will prefer indoor. If you looking for nice seafood, you can explore 1st and 2nd floor.

1st Floor - Live fish market
2nd floor - Raw Fish Restaurants / Dried Sea Products Stores




Basically the prices around 15,000 to 100,000 won and it depend what you want to order. Drop by to stall 40 and plan to take set dishes for 2. One set is 30,000 won and inclusive of side dishes. Portion queit generous a come with complimentary ice water.

Serve with live octopus and being a Malaysian, we usually prefer cook food. 😂😂. Both of us stay at the live octopus for half hour and finally decide to dip into hot pot. Challenge fail 🤣🤣

Jagalchi Market,
52, Jagalchihaean-ro, 
Jung-gu, Busan

How to go Jagalchi Market?

Jagalchi Station (line 1, exit 7). Walk straight passing the 1st road (on your left), turn left at the 2nd road

Business Hour : 5:00-22:00
* 2nd floor restaurants start from 9:00- 22:00)
Closed on 1st & 3rd Tuesdays of the month.



5) Haedong Yonggungsan Temple (해동 용궁사)
If you planning to visit Buddhist temple in Busan, Haedong Yonggungsan is one of the attraction. The temple has a long history and was built since 1379. What so unique about Haedong Yonggungsan temple? The temple can be found on the coast with the nice view of the ocean. Yonggungsa Temple is one of the only three temples in South Korea dedicated to the Goddess of Buddha.








Haedong Yonggungsan
86, Yonggung-gil, Gijang-eup,
Gijang-gun, Busan

Daily: 5am-Sunset

How to go there?

Haeundae Station (line 2, exit 7). Walk 20m to bus stop ahead, take Bus #181 and get off at Yonggungsa Temple / National Fisheries Research & Development Institute stop, 35 mins. Walk back 60m in the direction where your bus came from, turn left onto Yonggung-gil, walk straight along Yonggung-gil to reach the temple. 10 mins walk.


6) Busan Spa Land Centum City (신세계 센텀시티 스파랜드)

Jjimjilbang is gender-segregated public bathhouse in Korean. Jjimjilbang is a place whereby local and tourist enjoy the hangout and a hot soak, steam room, as they believe it can benefit your health and beauty. This is my first time experienced Busan Spa land Centum City and I do feel awkward in the beginning. In the end, I enjoy the whole journey at Jjimjilbang. There are different theme of steam room or sauna. The highest temperature is 60 degrees and is like burning charcoal. after the sweating process, proceed to bathing zone and is gender-segregated area. There are 22 bathtubs and two types of thermal water that believe can improving beauty and pain relief.  I spend 6 hours inside Busan Spa Land. 










Busan Spa Land Centum City
35, Centumnam-daero,
Haeundae-gu, Busan

Daily: 6am - 12 midnight

How to go there?

Centum City Station (line 2, exit 12). Walk straight about 110m and turn right to Spa Land's entrance. 3 mins walk.


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