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Busan (PUS-Gimhae) Hotels

Gimhae International Airport (PUS) is a sleek, airy, glass-fronted transport hub that serves as a major gateway to the thriving port city of Busan. Its terminals have been created with comfort and convenience in mind – there are helpful information centers and meeting points on every floor, plus first-rate access facilities for disabled visitors. A tempting selection of restaurants serve delicious fresh Korean, Chinese, and Western cuisine. Should you tire of snacking and shopping, you’ll even find an art gallery on site.

Hotels in Busan (PUS-Gimhae)

There’s a plethora of accommodation options in the city center, but you’ll also find a few hotels near Busan Airport if you’re just passing through, or have an early flight to catch. There are gleaming 4-star hotels, generously equipped with indulgent amenities like state-of-the-art fitness centers, bubbling spa tubs, and soothing saunas. Cozy, budget-friendly pads are also available, offering home comforts like free WiFi and flat-screen TVs.

Where to stay

Centered around the South Korea’s largest seaport, Busan offers a compelling mixture of fast-paced city living and scenic natural beauty. It’s altogether more chilled out than chaotic Seoul, with stunning sandy beaches, serene temples, and rejuvenating hot springs among its top attractions. As you might expect, delicious fresh seafood features prominently on the menu at many of the city’s restaurants. You’ll also find gleaming shopping malls, and plenty of decadent nightspots.

How to get to Busan (PUS-Gimhae)

Flights come in from many major cities across Asia, including Beijing, Shanghai, Tokyo, Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, and Hong Kong. Busan city center is about 12 kilometers away and there’s a wealth of ground transport options once you land – take your pick from an underground metro service, mainland train connections, and of course waiting taxis.

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