- Choose a date, meeting point, number of people.
- Make a payment. You can pay with all major international credit or debit card and Paypal.
- Check your email voucher (spam box, too)
- Meet the tour staff and show your email voucher.
- Railbike Ticket
- English speaking staff
- Travel insurance
||Depart from KTX Busan Station Exit 1|
|6:20am||Depart from Seomyeon Station Exit 12|
|6:50am||Depart from Haeundae Station Exit 5|
|9:50am||Arrive at Mt.Gaya|
|9:50~1:00pm||Using Haeinsa route, our staff will lead you to Haeinsa Temple|
|1:00pm||Leave for Chungdo railbike (Have lunch in rest area while on the way to railbike site)|
|3:50pm||Arrive at Chungdo railbike|
|5:00pm||Leave for Busan|
|6:30pm||Arrive at KTX Busan Station|
|6:50pm||Arrive at Seomyeon Station|
|7:30am||Arrive at Haeundae Station|
- This schedule is for reference only and is subject to traffic conditions of the day.
- Follow the staff’s instruction and meet back at each designated time. The bus leaves strictly on time and will not wait for you.
- Being late or not showing up at the Meeting Point at Meeting Time is considered cancellation and NO REFUND is granted.
- Tour operates per normal even if it rains or snows.
|Gayasan National Park
Gayasan is know for its many tourist highlights, namely Haeinsa Temple, which is in the southwestern part of Gayasan. It is one of the three most famous temples in Korea. The Tripitaka Koreana (National Treasures No.32), consisting of over eighty thousand blocks, are found here. The place makes for fantastic scenery with the old temple and the beautiful landscape.
Haeinsa Temple was founded during the third year of King Ae-Jang’s reign (802), by two monks Suneung and Ijung. The name “Haein” originates from the expression Haeinsammae of Hwaeomgyeong (Buddhist scripture), which means truly enlightened world of Buddha and our naturally undefiled mind.