App
Download the App for Free
Help
Within Australia 1800 861 122 English: 24/7
Global Access Number +86 21 2226 8819 English: 24/7
EN
Languages
AUD
Top currencies
All currencies

Attractions in Paju-si

Recommended

Recommended

Sort by:

Recommended

Distance (Near to Far)

View on Map
Bukchon Hanok Village

Bukchon Hanok Village

4.4/51,458 Reviews
Ancient Settlement
Open all day (Local time)
Bukchon Hanok Village is a classic traditional residential area in Seoul. The houses are all perfectly preserved blue-spring houses of the Joseson era. In addition to traditional Hanok, Korean restaurants, hanbok stores, and traditional handicraft workshops, the area now includes a number of cafes, Western restaurants, clothing shops and galleries in traditional Korean houses. Visitors can choose to either visit the North Village, or stay in Hanok. The eight villages in Kitamura are a famous attraction in the Bukchon Hanok Village. These scenes highlight the architectural charm of the Hanok houses, some artistic and others rich in the flavor of the daily life of local residents.
Gyeongbokgung Palace

Gyeongbokgung Palace

4.4/54,625 Reviews
Historical Architecture
Palace
January-February 9:00-17:00 (admission stopped at 16:00), March-May 9:00-18:00 (admission stopped at17:00), June-August 9:00 -18:30 (admission stopped at 17:30), September-October 9:00-18:00, November-December 9:00-17:00 (admission stopped at 16:00). Closed on Tuesday. The opening hours above are for reference only and may vary with the seasons and different activities. Please refer to the official website for the specific time. (Local time)
Gyeongbokgung Palace is located in a corner of central Seoul, the first palace constructed during the Joseon Dynasty. Gyeongbokgung features gorgeous scenery all year round, with cherry blossoms in the spring, green trees in summer, ginkgo trees in autumn, and pearly white snow in winter. Korean dramas, such as "Da Jang Geum", "The House of Kings", and "You from the Stars" have all been filmed here. The east side of Gyeongbokgung Palace is Geonchunmun Gate, with Yeongchumun in the west, Sinmumun in the north, and Gwanghwamun in the south. Gwanghwamun Gate is the main entrance to the palace, featuring exquisite craftsmanship, clever architecture, and a magnificent stylistic design. The changing of the guard ceremony is certainly worth a watch.
Deoksugung Palace

Deoksugung Palace

4.3/5278 Reviews
Palace
9:00-21:00, the last admission time is 20:00. Closed on Monday. (Local time)
Deoksugung Palace is located in Seoul, South Korea. It is one of the five grand palaces built by the kings of the Joseon dynasty. Built in the 15th century, the palace was inhabited by members of the Korean royal family all through the reign of Joseaon kings. Unfortunately, the Japanese destroyed most of the palatial complex when they invaded and colonized the Korean kingdom in the early years of the 20th century. But the government of Korea has restored the remaining buildings and now at least a third of the original structures retain their original splendor. The magnificent palace provides a glimpse of the lavish lifestyles of the royalty. The interiors of the palace are grand with whimsical stone sculptures dotting the landscape. Those interested in ceremonious display of pomp and grandeur can enjoy the changing of the guards ceremony held every weekend between 2:00 and 3:30 in the noon.
Dongdaemun

Dongdaemun

4.2/5320 Reviews
Historical Site
Appearance is open all day (Local time)
The "Great East Gate" of the medieval walled city of Seoul, Dongdaemun today is best known as a extensive, all-hours fashion market, where shopping for a blazer at 3am can be done with ease, whether in large department stores or in street stalls lining the pavement. The site of Zaha Hadid's Dongdaemun History and Culture Park, it's also one of the best places to view Seoul's aspirations to architectural cutting-edgeness.
Gyeonghuigung Palace

Gyeonghuigung Palace

4.1/595 Reviews
Historical Site
Historical Architecture
Tuesday-Friday 9:00-18:00, Saturday-Sunday 10:00-18:00, Monday, New Year's Day. (Local time)
The 400-year-old Gyeonghui Palace was virtually destroyed during the Japanese colonial period, leaving only a few of the original elements. A handful remain, however, and are worth a visit. Highlights include the carvings of dragons' heads, stone stairways, and a beautiful garden surrounding the palace.
Unhyeongung

Unhyeongung

4.3/5145 Reviews
Palace
Changdeokgung Palace

Changdeokgung Palace

4.4/5443 Reviews
Palace
(February-May, September-October) 9:00-18:00, (June-August) 9:00-18:30. (November - January of the following year) 9:00-17:30. Closed on Monday. (Local time)
Changde Palace is located in Wolong Cave, Zhonglu Area and is divided into a public space (belonging to the palace area) and a royal living space (belonging to the royal palace area). Changde Palace is a palace that has maintained the orthodox palace architecture of the Joseon Dynasty. The rear courtyard is the king's resting place. There are centuries-old trees, ponds, pavilions and other facilities that blend harmoniously with nature.
DMZ

DMZ

5/51 Reviews
Historical Site
Changgyeonggung Palace

Changgyeonggung Palace

4.2/5149 Reviews
Palace
Historical Site
Jongmyo Shrine

Jongmyo Shrine

4.2/5183 Reviews
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site    
Historical Site
Temple
March-September 9:00-18:00 (weekend to 19:00), October-February 9:00-17:30. Take a break every Tuesday. (Local time)
The Jongmyo Shrine is a place dedicated to the Korean kings and kings. Because it preserves the ancient traditions and customs of solemn ceremonies, rituals and rituals, it is designated as a world cultural heritage. Visitors who love history must visit the four major palaces of Korea, the Jongmyo Temple and even the Tomb of the Joseon. It is a good way to understand the local culture.
Trip.com is part of Trip.com Group Limited, one of the world's leading providers of travel services.
Ctrip Skyscanner Trip