If you are fond of beauteous gardens, magnificent flower exhibits, caves, also doing some fun recreational activities and dance in colorful festivals, Hallim Park is one of the most rewarding place to go. Hallim Park will never become as one of the top-visited places in Jeju if it isn’t as beautiful as you think it is. The place is bursting with colors and surprising views. Hallim Park stretches for almost 100 thousand square meters and has a variety of gardens that can be adored in every season.
Once a lifeless barren land in Hyeopjaeri, Hallimeup, the park was given life after it was covered with tons of earth and planted with assorted subtropical plants in early 1971.
Located about 33km west of Jeju City and Mt. Hallasan along the beach in Hallim-eup, Hallim Park faces the screaming views of Biyangdo Island, Hyeopjae Beach and Geumneung Beach.
Hallim Park features the following most visited and top rated attractions such as the Palm Tree Road, Jeju Stone and Bonsai Garden, Water Garden, Subtropical Botanic Garden, Jaeam Folk Village, safari bird garden, pond garden, restaurants, resting area, souvenir shop, storage room, and so many more. Hallim Park gives you the most convenient facilities and of course the most priceless views that you can ever found in Jeju.
In addition, some of the most famous tourist sites in Hallim Park are Hyeopjaegul and Ssangyonggul Caves, known to be the only two-dimensional caves in the world that are also designated as natural monuments. A folk village, children’s amusement park and outdoor resort facilities make it enjoyable for both children and adults.
Visitors should also watch out for Hallim Park’s various festivities and exhibits featuring Spring flower festival, or the opening flower beds of tulips, cherry blossoms, canola flowers, and more in April; Calanthe Exhibition, the displaying 100 varieties of calanthe orchids in the middle of May; Chrysanthemum Festival, where you can enjoy fall colors and the scent of chrysanthemums from late October to mid-November.
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