First time visitors to Jeju Island should include a Jeju Golden Bus City Tour in their itinerary, since it is considered to be one of the best and the fastest way to see the city attractions. Mainly targeting tourists, the Golden Bus City Tour includes tour guides that can speak in English and Chinese and it also provides multilanguage information on each site visited via audio sets onboard the bus. Halla Arboretum, Yongduam Rock (Dragon Head Rock) and Jeju Forklore and Natural History Museum are some of the main attractions that are included in this city tour. With buses departing every hour, tourists will find it quite convenient to hop in and hop off if they wish to get a closer look at any of the sights on the route. As many of Jeju City’s markets, parks and museums are included in this city tour, visitors are sure to find this bus tour a great way to explore the city of Jeju.
Adults: 12000 won, Children (4 years- high school students): 10000 won
8am-8.50pm (last bus starts at 7pm)
The entire route takes around 1 hour and 50 minutes to complete, however those wanting to spend some time at any of the sites on the tour will need to add an hour to each chosen attraction, since there is an interval of one hour between each bus
Adults, senior visitors, young adults, families, children
Since Jeju Islamic Center is the only prayer facility available for Muslims on Jeju Island, Muslim tourists on the city tour could ask the tour guide if this facility is in close proximity to any of the attractions on the route. If it is, they could offer their prayer at this center. Tourists unable to visit this facility may also be able to locate a secluded area, to offer their prayers, at one of the attractions.
Locating Halal food on Jeju Island is not easy as there are only a couple of Halal restaurants and a few vegetarian restaurants on the island. Tourists on the Golden Busy City Tour may have to get snacks from these outlets or get suitable snacks from cafés or restaurants that are located at the attractions. Since the tour includes markets, tourists might be able to get a suitable local vegetarian or seafood snack at one of the markets.