One of the most famous beaches in Korea and most definitely Busan, worth a visit in all seasons especially in summer! Haeundae Beach has something for everyone in that is has a beautiful large beach which can be enjoyed all year round. It has a small marketplace where people can eat (the handmade dumplings there are fantastic btw!), a series of wooden bridges which goes in a circle loop for people to exercise and lastly it has plenty of restaurants and bars for those who want to live a little.
Haeundae Beach is also fairly close to Gwangalli Beach so if you’re stretched for time I would recommend doing both of the same day/night. If you want to travel to the Haeundae Market first, I would recommend the Haeundae Beach subway station exit #5 shown towards the end. Below are some things to do in Haeundae Beach. Hope you enjoy 🙂
For places to stay in Haeundae Beach
Wanting a bit of luxury? The Westin Chosun Busan Hotel is a great choice as it overlooks Haeundae Beach (it’s in one of the pics at the top).
The Sunset Business Hotel is another recommendation for all types of travelers including business related travel.
For something slightly cheaper, the Business Hotel Haeundae S and the Haeundae ForU Hotel are well located and well regarded.
Other options I would recommend are the Iris Motel, 24 Guesthouse Haeundae and for those that like cafes and a view I would definitely recommend Busan Dalmaji Hotel which is located in the cafe area in Haeundae which is only a short walk to the Haeundae beach.
I hope you enjoyed my post about things to see in Haeundae Beach. If you have any more places or things that are worth mentioning, please leave me a comment.
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the food looks so good! hopefully some shops will be open on 1st Jan ><
Hi may I know the walking distance for the coastal walk? thanks in advance. 🙂
I’m not sure how many KMs but it is about a 20 – 30 minute walk (slow walking pace).
I would recommend it.