Next stop, The Garden of Morning Calm! Another popular place for not just the foreign tourists but also the local because it’s a popular filming location for KDrama’s. Surround yourself with stunning flowers and gardens AND get to see a 1,000 year old Juniper Tree. Click the link below to read more of what we saw and got up to here.
How to get here?
We got here by, “The Shuttle Bus for Gapyeong Tourist Resort”, which we caught from the Gapyeong Train Station – this is just like a Hop-On Hop Off bus. This is also how we got to the Nami Island port. From Nami Island it’s around a one hour ride to The Garden of Morning Calm.
Fares for the Shuttle Bus (for 1 day)
Adult: 6,000 won
Children/Teenager (4 to 18 y/o): 4,000
PWD and Seniors: 4,000
Children under 3 y/o: Free
A Course (this is what we took)
Gapyeong Terminal > Gapyeong Station Terminal > Jarasum > Gapyeong Rail Bike > Nami Island > Geumdae-ri Hall > Interactive Art Museum > Bokjang-ri samgeori > Petite France > Homyeong-ri > Cheongpyeong Terminal > Imchogyo Ap > Morning Calm Arboretum
Mok-dong Terminal > Hyeonam Agricultural Museum > Gapyeong Rail Bike > Jarasum > Gapyeong Station Terminal > Cheonpyeong Station > Chi-Ong Arts Center > Morning Calm Arboretum
Adults: 9,500 won
Teenagers (middle school & high school students): 7,000 won
Children (3 y/o to elementary students): 6,000 won
* Seniors (65 y/o above), PWD and local residents also have discounts – bring an ID.
Group rates (+30 people, during weekdays only)
Adults: 8,500 won
Teenagers: 6,000 won
Open from 8:30 am to sunset
Best Course (as advised in their brochure)
Cloud Bridge > Millennium Juniper > Sunken Garden > J’s Cottage Garden > Pond Garden > Moonlight Garden > Road to Heaven > Morning Plaza > Green House > Morning Clam Gallery
We didn’t actually get to see the whole place because it’s huge! We arrived in the late afternoon and spent around an hour just wandering around, looking at the beautiful gardens and flowers.
Just after the Cloud Bridge you past by the beautiful Bonsai Garden!
Can’t believe this tree is over 1,000 years old! WOW!
Road to Heaven (aka the Tulip Garden)
How many of you have been here before? Was it worth? Let me know in the comments section below! ♥ Also if you haven’t read any of my previous posts from Korea, check the links here or below.
- Fuji Shiba Sakura Festival
- Planning Your Weekend Away to Devon
- Fukuoka Itinerary
- A Guide to a Solo Holiday in Bali
- Uminonakamichi Seaside Park