Aiins World

Aiins World, Bucheon: Address, Aiins World Reviews: 4/5

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Analiza
Jerusalem, Israel27 contributions
Friends
I went to Aiins World during a cultural exchange in Korea. It was very cute! I enjoyed taking photos with the miniature buildings and famous landmarks from around the world. they are very accurate and nice representatives of the real places!!!
Written January 4, 2015
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shud_mdnoor
Penang72 contributions
Solo
I read a few reviews somewhere, saying that I can take bus 7-2 from Songnae Station, since someone from my hotel advice that I should stop at the last station (Bupyeong Station - Line 1) and take another bus (which I forgot the number) to this place, I choose to 'trust' this guy.
Anyway, I don't take any bus since I can't find them (my mistake), so I took taxi instead. It took around 15 minutes from Bupyeong station to Ainsworld and it cost me around KRW4000. But my advice, just stop at Songnae Station. actually it's nearer. I took the wrong advice ya.
Here in Aiinsworld, I snap as many picture as possible of places that maybe I'm able to visit yet in the near future. To name a few, they have the lost city of petra, Machu Pichu, Sidney Opera House and also the statue of liberty.
They provide 2 sets of foot print for almost all the places, 1 is for you to stand and pose, another 1 for you to stand to take the picture.
As for the structure, from a far, it looks similar to the original, just don't go too near to check the details, it might shattered your illusions, ha ha.
If you have spare time, maybe you can add this place in your itinerary.
Written July 2, 2013
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Jolene79
Manhattan, KS37 contributions
Friends
Is this the most exciting park in Korea? No. But it is an oddity that worth looking at if you're in the area. It isn't especially easy to get to from Seoul, but if you want an escape it's worth seeing.

Aiins World has small versions of world monuments - St. Basil's Cathedral, Petra, The Eiffel Tower. You can visit the whole world in a single day.

There isn't much to DO though. It is a collection of things to look at, and not much more.
Written May 15, 2014
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yblieb
Brisbane, Australia342 contributions
Couples
Don't bother. Really. The place is out in the boondocks. Took a train and walked a million kilometres for an anti-climax. The place looks like it's is on it's last legs before foreclosure. Many of the displays are broken. Many need repairing. Many need a good scrubbing. The overall feel of the park was tired and run down. Many of the placards explaining what the display is is damaged and illegible.

It's a shame I can't get the 2.5 hours of my life back.
Written January 12, 2016
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minimize940314
Los Angeles, CA3,353 contributions
Solo
This place displays famous buildings of the world. As a grown man who has traveled all around the world, I am very disappointed at the quality but still may be entertaining for kids.
Written January 6, 2017
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Jsquiggle
San Francisco, CA31 contributions
We walked to Aiins World from our hotel in the evening, as we heard that the miniatures were really pretty all lit up at night. We paid 10,000KRW each and had the entire place to ourselves (it was a cold November 2012 night.) It was really pretty and quite impressive, but we wish we had gone during the daytime so that we could see more of the details.

Yes, it's small and a little older, but if you really look at the detail of the miniatures, it's pretty cool. We may have had low expectations, but not every place you visit has a land of miniatures, so it was fun. We were happy to have visited. We are two adults, no kids in tow - but I'm not sure kids would have appreciated the detail of the sites.
Written November 28, 2012
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sultan c
Seoul, South Korea831 contributions
Family
About:
Aiins World is a theme park where miniature recreations of world renowned famous buildings
It seems miniatures at Aiins World were crafted with such painstaking attention to detail that you feel like they are looking at the real thing coz trust me I have seen some of them in real.

Tips:
Try to go around when some day light is left as you can enjoy the night view too and the magnificient lighting of the buildings.
Also if you have an SLR camera take it as you can capture in detail your journey around the world through the eyes of a lens.
Great place for children too and some activities for both children and adults.

Note:
It will be closed if its raining.
Written August 8, 2016
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Hyun-june P
Incheon, South Korea182 contributions
Solo
Bucheon city has hardly a tourist attraction.
So This is a gem of Bucheon.
This is a good place to come for foreigners. Here, there are miniatures of famous foreign buildings.In particular, the liuminatiom at night is beautiful.
This is because far from the station, foreigners are encouraged to ride a taxi.
(From Bucheon Station about 4000-5000 won)
Written April 10, 2016
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Viaches
Russia7 contributions
Family
Small, old park. From Seoul center it's 1,5 hours way by subway and bus. I was upset about it.
Miniatures are not interesting. There's similar park in Beijing China, it's much better than this.
There're some attractions for kids, but it's expensive, I'd better go to the LotteWorld.
Only one thing was liked by my kid it's 'water tubings' slope (on photo)
Written September 8, 2012
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Jununone
Seattle, WA29 contributions
Tiny world. You can see lots of the major city's landmarks, however it's bit old and need some updates.
Written February 3, 2017
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