Sunday, November 24, 2013

South Korea, my unforgatable travel experience.

Did you know that mountains cover 70% of Korea's land, making it one of the most mountainous regions in the world? This country has so much to offer not only to the first- time visitors but also to those who have been returning to Korean frequently.
The picturesque landscape, spacious beaches, Buddhists temples, and flourishing modern cities are making Korea one of the most desirable destinations of the world. South Korea is said to be a paradise for shoppers. There are numerous shops found in the country that are duty free.
However, if you want to make your trip to Korea worry-free and outstanding, you should take some time in planning and having a little information how to conduct yourself.
To make your trip easier, starting from how to get to Korea and get some advice for the accommodations to tips on safety, money, etc. you should spend some time and do the research.
Below you will find a few facts that will convey into the general picture of Korea:
Although, the official language of Korea is Korean, English is commonly used in hotels, restaurants and other public enterprises.
Transportation, in South Korea, there are plenty of relatively inexpensive taxis. Taxi stands can be found and hailed nearly on all corners of every busy streets of the city. For reservation you may call them beforehand, however, this may cost you somewhat on a higher extent. The taxi drivers know how to speak English so it will no longer be difficult for you to make a conversation and give instructions as to where your destination is. During rush hours the roads are jammed with traffic, therefore a subway will be a better choice in those circumstances.
Three kinds of public telephones are being used in South Korea. The gray telephones, blue telephones, and card telephones. All these three can be used for both long distance and local calls. Foreign money can be exchanged into Korean Won at any foreign exchange banks and authorized moneychangers.
The country offers a well- organized medical Facilities for visitors. It includes many hospitals, which spoke of the English language. But it is recommended that you go to international clinics at big general hospitals.
1330: is a number of Korea's tourist information hot-line. The travel hot-line provides assistance in Korean, English, Japanese, or Chinese. They friendly stuff will help you find reliable solution to all your travel needs, as well as detailed information on attractions, transportation, accommodations, shopping, and current festivals and events.
Have a unforgettable stay in Korea.

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