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Discussion in 'Travel' started by barre05, Feb 7, 2010.
AirBnb Experiences ?
Will most likely be staying at a hotel since it's a business trip. Food? Shopping? Sight seeing?
take a walk up namsan hill for a great view of the city at sunset. it's good exercise. (there's a lift you can take on one side of the hill.)
and go to cheongyecheon canal and just sit there to watch the carp and the birds... surprisingly peaceful and restful in the middle of a bustling city.
Wow, those are awesome shots, Sir Butch! Thanks!
Hi Airbnb has expanded beyond accommodations. They will set you up with local to share local experience like a night hike then authentic soju and food afterward , Bike tour with a local cyclist, or a perfume class with a local maker. Here take a look https://www.airbnb.com/s/Seoul--South-Korea/experiences?checkin=2017-09-21&checkout=2017-09-25&guests=3&adults=3&allow_override=&s_tag=2ZQLQRKu&ib=true
Might not be able to immerse that much, will only be available after 5PM, and maybe more than half a day on the 3rd day, but that's reserved for shopping for pasalubong, LOL! Thanks for the tip!
Myeongdong Night Market Street Food! Also, there's Adidas Originals nearby
Definitely looking forward to the street food, love to eat! Will see if there's anything nice at Adidas
I stayed in Hotel 28 last year in Myeongdong. If you love cinema, you will love staying here!
I'm thinking of going back this year for the Busan International Film Festival.
Just returned from a 5-day vacay at Myeongdong yesterday. I went to Dongdaemun hoping to score some Star Wars toys and diecast models... turns out its their version of Divisoria and nearly all the toys I saw there can be bought in 168 or Lazada
shameless plugging... one of our airline clients, Air Seoul, will start flying direct Kalibo from Seoul (vice versa) by this December. Air Seoul is a wholly owned subsidiary of Asiana Airlines... We have another Korean airline client, Jeju Air that offers direct daily flights between Manila - Incheon/ Cebu - Incheon.
Both airlines are low cost carriers (LCCs) .
In case you are wondering, there are currently 5 Korean airlines operating in the Philippines (Korean Air, Asiana, Air Busan, Jin Air, Jeju Air). Air Seoul (& East Star) will be the 6th & 7th operators flying in.
Here's a tip:
Download the Lotte Duty Free app and enjoy 'online' shopping. You can claim your items before boarding the plane, which is already after immigration and baggage check. See the convenience there?