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Special Korea and Japan Group Tour

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9 days-8 Night

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Group Tour

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40 Persons

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Hotel Type Regular Price
Discount For Adult For Child
3*** BDT 425,000.00 Per Person 4% BDT 408,000.00 Per Person Twin/Triple Basis BDT 338,045.00 Per Person Share With Parents (Child No Bed)

Tour Itinerary

Arrival Seoul Airport then meet our representative. if time support us we visit some place in Seoul. Over Night at Hotel. (L, D)

After Breakfast transfer to chuncheon (2h by car) chuncheon noodle making experience Nami island with ferry ride transfer to Seoul hongik art street (shopping place). Afternoon start han river cruise. The Han River is a major river in South Korea which flows through the heart of the city. Through five thousand years of Korean history, the Han River has been a constant. Take a morning stroll in parks surrounding Han River, or ride a bike along the river and bridges. It’s a refreshing way to look at Korea. Han River is said to be popular among couples to stroll in the evening, probably because of the romantic city lights, and the rainbow fountains by Banpo Bridge. After finish tour transfer Hotel. Overnight Hotel at Seoul. (B,L, D)

Gyeong Bukgong Palace Arguably the most beautiful palace that sits in the north of Gwanghwamun Square, the Northern Palace, or Gyeongbukgong, was built in 1395. It is one of the most iconic sights in Korea. There are free guided tours at 11 am, 1 pm, and 3.30 pm to the palace grounds. Take a breezy walk around the palace and let the beauty of Korean history seep into your mind! Namsan view point love lock photo zone & N Seoul tower Namsan Seoul Tower is approximately 480m above sea level. It is the second highest point in Seoul, so they use this tower as a communication and observation tower. You get to ride a cable car up Namsan Mountain and enjoy a panoramic view of the city. (Include cable car & lift) Lotte World Tower (Photo Stop Only) Skyscraper in South Korea Lotte World Tower, is a 123-story, 555 m supertall skyscraper, located in Sincheon-dong, Songpa-gu, Seoul, South Korea. It is the sixth-tallest building in the world, the tallest in OECD countries, and also the first in South Korea to be over 100 stories tall. Transfer for dinner. Transfer Hotel & over Night at Hotel. (B.L.D),

After breakfast we will start full day visit Imjingak Pyeonghwa-Nuri Park and the Bridge of Freedom. Next, tour the DMZ, Third Tunnel, and Dora Observatory. Imjingak Pyeonghoa-Nuri Park This park was built to console the refugees who left North Korea during the Korean War. Bridge of Freedom We will see the Freedom bridge built to liberate 12,773 prisoners in 1953. The bridge was used by South Koreans returning home from the North. So dive into the cultural and emotional significance of the space by walking in their footsteps decades later! Located against a beautiful natural backdrop, the bridge is a fantastic place for photos, so get inspired and create some memories! DMZ DMZ Theater – the past in action At the DMZ Theater, you will have an opportunity to watch a short 7-8 minute video about the Korean conflict. The video provides a South Korean perspective on the Korean War, how the DMZ came about, and today’s current situation. It also gives some background to the infiltration tunnels that North Korea dug. Having just had the opportunity to walk through the 3rd Infiltration Tunnel, it should be pretty enlightening. DMZ Exhibition Hall – the best place for history lovers The next point on your DMZ experience is the Exhibition Hall. Here, you will see some key artefacts to give you a better understanding of our bitter history. Containing photos, documents, and some remnants from the past, a walk through the Exhibition Hall will provide you with a deeper and more visual knowledge of the conflict. There are many exhibits on display and some interesting facts for history buffs. The Third Tunnel A stop not to be missed on our itinerary is the 3rd Infiltration Tunnel. Located 12 kilometres away from Munsan and 52 from Seoul, the tunnel was discovered in 1978. Its purpose was to be used to invade the south. At 1,635 meters long, 2 meters high and 2 wide, the tunnel has the capacity of moving an entire division per hour! The curious fact here is that when the tunnel was discovered, North Korea alleged that the south had built it for a surprise attack, but evidence points to the contrary. Walking through will feel like you’ve stepped back in time! Dora Observatory Enjoy clear views at Dorasan Observatory Sitting at the top of Dorasan, the Observatory is ideal for looking across the border. This is the part closest to the North and is one of travelers’ favorite highlights on the tour! So get a once-in-a-lifetime look at isolated North Korea on our Half Day DMZ tour! Use the high powered binoculars on the third floor for extra precision. You will be able to see the North’s propaganda village located right inside the DMZ and see as far as Gaesong, the ninth-largest city in North Korea. If you’re lucky to be here on a clear day, you’ll get to see the bronze statue of Kim Il-sung, too! Dorasan Observatory was recently rebuilt and opened on October 22, 2018. The changes made it both higher and gave it a better angle. Now, you get the added bonus of seeing an uninhibited view of Kijong-dong, Gaesong city, and Gaesong Industrial complex! Transfer for dinner. Transfer Hotel & over Night at Hotel. (B.L.D),

After breakfast we will strat transfer airport Japan. Arrival Narita Airport, transfer to Tokyo city hotel by assistance at customs exit and assist you in boarding by SIC Basis. Over Night Tokyo.

Buffet Breakfast in hotel then Pick up from the hotel transfer for Hamamatsucho BusTerminal (is the gathering point for all departure)Visit Tokyo Tower, Imperial Palace Plaza, Sensoji Temple, and Nakamise Shopping Arcade, Drive through Ueno. The Tour will Disembark at Akihabara or Tokyo Station. (The Tour Guide will tell you how to go back to your hotel)

Buffet Breakfast in hotel then Pick up from the hotel transfer to Hamamatsucho Bus Terminal (is the gathering point for all Departure) transfer to Fuji Visitor Center, Mt.Fuji 5th Station. Japanese Style-Lunch After Lunch transfer to Kojiri Ship to visit Lake Ashi Cruise, Hakone-en ropeway, Mt.Komagatake ropeway. Transfer for dinner. Transfer Hotel & over Night at Hotel. (B.L.D),

After breakfast Pick up from the hotel for airport and Full day Hiroshima Tour with Others activities. Over Night Hotel Tokyo .

After breakfast as per our flight time meet our representative for drop jeju Airport for Seoul airport for Connect flight for Dhaka. (B) -= Tour End =-

included with

  • Return Air Ticket with all Travel Tax

  • Hotel Accommodation (3* Hotel & Twin Basis)

  • Return Airport – Hotel – Airport Pickup and Drop Transfer

  • Daily Buffet Breakfast at Hotel

  • Sightseeing as per our itinerary

  • Daily Lunch & Dinner at Restaurant

  • English Speaking Guide Service

  • Tour Spot Entry Fee

  • All transfers and tours as per itinerary

  • ATB service charge

excluded by

  • Visa Fee

  • Personal Tips

  • Personal Cost

  • Any Alcohol & beverage

  • Anything not specifically mentioned under the head “Prices included”;

trip details

Travel date: 11 April 2024

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