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The place was small, there weren't many things to see and entrance fee was insanely expensive at 10,000₩ for an adult. Not a recommended place to go, best to go elsewhere like the waterfalls or jusangjeollidae rocks.
We decided to pay a visit whilst we were on a weekend trip to Jeju as my wife loves flowers. She was not disappointed!
The display of orchids, her favourite, were quite spectacular whilst we were there.
Fall season would be dull here. We made a stop on the way to lunch.
A few exhibition halls to cater for vegetation from different temperate and climate. Otherwise, nothing spectacular in this huge park.
The train ride requires a special ticket.
I was very excited to visit after reading the reviews; while it was very nice, I left slightly dissapointed. Maybe we visited at the wrong time of year, but almost nothing was blooming outside. The different outdoor gardens were pretty, but I was expecting a...More
There is a huge greenhouse with 7 separate areas of different plants including desert, aquatic, floral, jungle, and tropical fruit. The tropical fruit area had platters (examples) of many different types of the fruit of the nearby trees. There are a couple small shops in...More
I was thinking of skipping this attraction in favour of the natural attractions. Due to bad weather I visited this place on a whim but I enjoyed it better than expected. The building itself is quite pretty like a big greenhouse. The floral arrangement and...More
Easily accessible by public bus from airport! This garden is not so crowded & have nice decoration so can relax. Locals like to visit this place & not foreigners are seen during my visit there.
Next to this garden have a waterwall so got another...More
Lovely botanical garden.
I went there a couple of days ago with my friends during our Jeju trip.
We didn’t want to get around the whole island for the short holiday, but relax.
There were a number of flowers, trees, flowers, and beautiful gardens.
If you love nature, then you absolutely must visit this place.
According to the booklet I took, there's an outdoor and an indoor garden. The latter one has 5 different sections: a flower garden, an aquatic garden, a cactus garden, a jungle garden and a...More
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We went to Yeomiji Garden in July 2. It is a place of natural beauty. Go there in mid November. No problem should come upfront as temperature stays around 8-17 degree and rains less often takes place. But if it rains then... More
We went to Yeomiji Garden in July 2. It is a place of natural beauty. Go there in mid November. No problem should come upfront as temperature stays around 8-17 degree and rains less often takes place. But if it rains then the area might be risky.I will suggest you to talk to the local guide or post in the Jeju forum. Tour operators can rightly guide you. Not only that you go through the reviews of the place and try to find whether some travelers have visited there in Mid November. Their experience might help you. But definitely, since Jeju is an Island, weather changes often but not severely and hence you should work out your itinerary accordingly. all the best