Sunday, 28 July 2013


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Taejongdae is marked as one of the noted tourism spots in Busan. It’s a park represents Busan which famous for its remarkable rock beach, located at the southern end of Yongdo Island. There is an atypical rock called ‘Shinsun Rock’, formed by the continuous erosion of waves that produces a mesmerizing outlook of Taejongdae.  
 You might be lucky if you can clap eyes on the Japanese Island of Tsushima, which is 56km away from Taejongdae on a bright, clear day.  If you don’t want to miss the chance to enjoy the ultimate scenery of bluish green sea, you should visit white lighthouse called MOKDO or the Yeongdo Lighthouse and look at the ocean through the observation deck.
 Taejongdae Resort Park in Busan is a natural park located at the southern most tip of Yeongdo-gu. Taejongdae Park Busan is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Busan. There are plenty of things to do and it is the perfect location for family day trips or with friends. 

 At the very most southern tip of the Taejongdae there is an observatory along with coastal walking trails along the rocky cliff face and a light house. Through-out the island you find a temple, a gun shooting range, walking trails, hot springs, boat cruises, museums and plenty of restaurants offering very fresh fish. Taejongdae Park Busan offers some stunning views of the ocean from the cliffs. On a clear day you can see a Japanese Island called Daema Island (Tsushima Island).

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