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Jeju Island, nicknamed “The Island of the Gods” is situated along the border of the Korean peninsula. It was created about 2 million years ago as a result of a series of volcanic eruptions. Today, mount Hallasan (the highest mountain in South...more

Jeju, South Korea

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Wardah Restaurant is a MUST VISIT when you're in Jeju Island, South Korea, to have opened in Jeju

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Doesn't the aroma of freshly brewed coffee make your day so much better? :D

A K-drama or Kpop fan? Here's why you should visit Bomnal Cafe in Jeju!

Have a relaxing experience with some great coffee at Bomnal Café – the best coffee shop in Jeju Island! Find out what's there on offer.

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Jeju Island, nicknamed “The Island of the Gods” is situated along the border of the Korean peninsula. It was created about 2 million years ago as a result of a series of volcanic eruptions. Today, mount Hallasan (the highest mountain in South Korea) towers over it, and is visible from almost any part of the island.


Jeju is the perfect place for the explorer, the adventurer and the nature-lover. You can climb the peak of the dormant volcano Seongsan Ilchul-bong, hike the trails of Walk Olle, or explore the many cultural and religious sites around the city.


The stunning beaches are mostly accompanied by luxury resorts and hotels where people can sit back, relax, and enjoy themselves while gazing over the sunsets. Jeju is also a great place for foodies to discover and savor new and exciting flavors.

Nearby Airports

As the second largest airport in South Korea, Jeju International Airport serves many domestic and international destinations, namely China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Japan. The Jeju Tourist Board is considering adding prayer facilities in Jeju International Airport to cater to the growing number of Muslim tourists to the island. 

Halal Restaurants

Almost all restaurants in Jeju serve alcohol, but many restaurants provide Halal-friendly facilities in Jeju, like the Baghdad restaurant and Shabu Shabu, where only Halal meat is used. Some hotels also provide Halal-friendly facilities. Other Muslim-friendly facilities in Jeju are vegetarian and seafood options. Be careful to check before ordering if the restaurant serves pork or uses alcohol in any of their dishes!

Mosques

There aren’t any mosques in Jeju at the moment but plans are being made to build one. In the meantime, the Jeju Islamic Centre has been dubbed a “temporary mosque”. Muslims can also find prayer facilities and other Muslim-friendly facilities at a few of the hotels in the island, so check them out before booking your rooms. 

Things to Do and See in Jeju

  • HallasanLove LandHallim ParkCheonjiyeon WaterfalllHamdeok BeachNexon Computer MuseumHorse ParkEco Theme ParkFairy and Woodsman Theme Park
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