i love this place! though it is quite far from downtown jeju city, it is a very lovely place to know about the island’s origin, the different rocks, lava formation etc. We took a taxi from downtown jeju city and it took more than an hour (around 30,000-40,000 won). We decided to ask the taxi to wait for us as it looked like there was no transport to our next destination. My twins loved learning about volcanoes, the grandfather stone statues, jeju’s traditional thatched-roof houses. We managed to go around the whole park probably 1 1/2 hours (the taxi’s meter was running). This park is recommended for families especially kids (my twins are 4yo).
I sincerely recommend it as the first scenic spot for the trip to Jeju Island. Covering an area of 96,9731, it perfectly displays the unique ecological gardens and stone culture of Jezhou. In order to protect the environment as the core principle, the subjectivity, Vernacularity and artistry of Jezhou are vividly displayed. There are three routes in total. The first one is accompanied by a free commentator. As long as you have visited this place, you will feel different if you look at all the major scenic spots in Jeju Island. When you buy tickets, please apply for the commentator's peer tour tips for 2 months. Last week, Wednesday is free of charge (Korean Culture Day) tour tips for 3 months. For the first week, Monday's break, please refer to my travel notes - "http://you.ctrip.com/travels/j for more information. Ejuisland 297/3537748. html, isAuthor = true
Jizhou Stone Culture Park is very large, there are many things to see, especially for those who do not know the culture of Jeju Island. It took a lot of walking. The weather was not very good on the day we went, but the drizzle and fog made the place more mysterious. There were many volcanic lavas.
After breakfast, it's a good time to take a walk in Grandpa Stone Park. Jizhou Island is mountainous and rocky. Jizhou Stone Culture Park is a theme park located in Chaotianyi Bridge, Jizhou City. It is built on the idea of "maximizing nature and minimizing man-made" and gives priority to the environment. Jizhou stone culture contains the formation process of Jizhou and the way of life of the people in Jizhou. Jizhou Stone Culture Park introduces these stone cultures comprehensively and systematically. Therefore, it can be said to be a museum or an ecological park.