This building is very beautiful, surrounded by mountains and rivers, it feels like a paradise, and you can overlook the scenery in the distance.
This is the venue for hosting the APEC summit. The architecture is very distinctive, close to the sea, and the scenery is very good. It is open to the public for free. There are many graphic materials for explanation. The exhibition hall can be visited. You can see the models of meals and see the traditional costumes. The culture retains the details of the time. After reading it, you can take a walk along the beach, which feels very good.
The building where the World Conference is held in Busan, South Korea is also a very important landscape in Busan. The environment of this place is beautiful, and the entire space of the building is also quite unique. You can see the beautiful scenery of the coastline.
After 10 minutes walking from Haeundae, it feels like a coastal road. After a few bends, Shifeng Tower appears in front of you. It looks like an attached building with a conference room inside and an observation deck downstairs. But here is the mountain to see the sea, there is no beach, all are steep rock walls, you can only watch the sea, but you can’t touch it
Nurimaru APEC World Summit Tower was built for the 2005 World Summit and is a well-known attraction with an average daily passenger flow of 4,000 to 5,000 people. Shifeng Tower is not only a model of a high-level World Convention and Exhibition Center, but also a building that Busan people are proud of. Nurimaru means "the world's peak" in Korean. The building of Sebong House uses modern techniques to show the style of Korean traditional "pavilion". The roof line imitates the outline of Dongbaek Island, allowing the whole building to blend naturally with the surrounding environment. Shifeng Tower was evaluated as the most beautiful venue of previous World Summits by leaders of various countries and domestic and foreign media. The APEC Memorial Hall on the third floor of Shifeng Building still retains the appearance of the 2005 conference, and there are models of the leaders of the participating countries outside the building. You can take photos with these "heads of state" in all kinds of weird poses!