Looking for a kid-friendly travel package to South Korea that the whole family can enjoy?
School holidays are the best time to travel because the kids can let their hair down and enjoy, and parents get to spend quality time with your loved ones.
However, it can be overwhelming planning a comprehensive an overseas family trip while juggling your daily work, and checking on your child’s progress in school.
That’s why we’re excited to hear about Dynasty Travel’s kid-friendly travel package (7D5N Little Travellers’ Escapade To Korea) for families with kids age 3 to 11 years old! Here are 5 reasons why we love this tour package.
1. Quality Time For The Whole Family
This package is for parents who want to spend quality time together with their kids and have a memorable fun-filled experience in South Korea.
Dynasty Travel’s kid-friendly travel package covers air flights, attractions, quality accommodation and authentic local cuisines in both Seoul and Gyeonggi-do, planned by their team of professional tour consultants and tour managers.
You get to stay at the stylish Ibis Styles Ambassador Seoul Yongsan, where rooms come with a riverside or cityside view to wow the little ones.
When you travel to Gyeonggi-do, the Ramada Yongin has unique animal-themed and character-themed kids’ suites, a guaranteed hit with the kids! Note that Ramada Yongin’s kids room availability is based on first come first served.
2. Lots Of Kid-Friendly Activities And Attractions
On this travel package, you’ll be able to visit a wide array of children’s attractions. These includes:
- Tayo Kids Café
If your kids follow the Tayo series, they will love this café as there are so many activities revolving around Tayo and his friends. It’s a wonderful haven for Tayo fans!
Photo: Tayo Kids Café Facebook Page
There is a wide variety of play areas suitable for toddlers, preschoolers and older children. Photo: Tayo Kids Café Facebook Page.
- Hello Kitty Island
Children can explore four rooms designed in the concept of Hello Kitty inviting friends to visit “Hello Kitty House” in Seoul.
Is this Hello Kitty heaven? Photo: evebolash.com
You receive a full ticket to visit South Korea’s biggest theme park! The ticket includes Magic Land, European Adventure and Zootopia.
Everland, South Korea’s largest theme park, has five themed zones: Global Fair, American Adventure, Magic Land, European Adventure, and Zootopia. Photo: Everland.
Don’t miss one of Everland’s most famous rides, the T-Express, which is South Korea’s first wooden roller coaster and very popular among young visitors, with a minimum height limit of 135 cm. Photo: Everland.
Introducing the world’s first theme park that delivers winter (Snow Park) and summer (Water Park) fun 365 days a year!
At Snow Park, be enthralled at the all-year-round winter Santa Village, where you get a chance to ice-sled!
ONEMOUNT Snow Park’s unique ice sledding experience. Photo: ONEMOUNT
Even if you visit South Korea in autumn in September, you can enjoy winter all year round at Snow Park. Photo: ONEMOUNT
At Water Park, families can wade and splash at the indoor and outdoor slides, surf wave pool, flowing pool and aqua play.
ONEMOUNT’s Water Park has a dizzying array of slides. Photo: Dynasty Travel
- Pocheon Herb Island
This attraction showcases Mediterranean herbs all year long to provide experiences for relaxation of body and mind. Enjoy a DIY Herb Candle activity and bring your own handmade Herb candle home as a souvenir.
Your kids can become the main character of their favorite fairy tale like Snow White, Cinderella or Alice in Wonderland during the character dress up session. Photo: Herbisland Facebook Page.
- Legend Heroes
Sports fans will rejoice and fall in love with this screen sports theme park, where technology and sports combine to provide a range of screen sports and arcade games including baseball, curling, and soccer.
Try your hand at various games such as archery at Legend Heroes! Photo: Dynasty Travel.
3. Authentic Korean Experience
Dynasty Travel’s kid-friendly travel package also includes authentic Korean experiences, such as the meals provided, and the opportunity to tour the famous 600-year old Bukchon Hanok Village wearing hanboks, a traditional Korean costume.
As Bukchon is a residential area in Seoul with more than 900 hanoks (traditional Korean houses), it is also known as “the street museum in the urban core,” with many historical spots and cultural heritage sites.
The Bukchon Hanok Village is also surrounded by Gyeongbokgung Palace, Changdeokgung Palace and Jongmyo Royal Shrine.
For a more urban experience, the package includes a tour at the N Seoul Tower, a 236.7-meter tower which sits atop Namsan Mountain, 243 metres above sea level.
N Seoul Tower’s observatory offers panoramic views of Seoul and the surrounding areas. Photo: Dynasty Travel.
4. No Compulsory Shopping Stops, And One Free-And-Easy Day
There will be no compulsory shopping stops, which saves you time to focus on more meaningful experiences for your family trip.
Although almost every day is packed with kid-friendly activities. But Dynasty Travel has one free-and-easy day where you can choose to have a leisurely schedule for the day, and visit any other attractions which are not in the itinerary.
Dynasty Travel’s kid-friendly travel package is a fully-guided tour except for this free-and-easy day.
If you prefer Dynasty Travel to arrange a tour on this day at additional cost, just let them know and their tour leaders will assist to get your family to your holiday destination in the safest, most efficient and enjoyable way.
5. Customised Service For Your Travel Needs
For families who prefer an overnight flight by Asiana Airlines, you can opt for the 7D5N package. Dynasty Travel also offers day flights by SQ under its 7D6N package.
If you would like to enjoy a multi-generational family trip with seniors, let Dynasty Travel know any requests in advance so they can arrange a smooth trip for your family. The meals selected for the tour are non-spicy and suitable for kids.
Dynasty Travel will also arrange a pre-tour briefing that includes flight schedules, travel documents and guidelines on check-in and carry-on baggage.
You will be informed on what to pack, which currency to change/credit cards to bring and what to bring/not to bring to the airport to go through a smooth customs check.
The briefing also covers the dos and don’ts in South Korea, weather, simple terms in Korean language for ease of communication, time difference between Singapore and South Korea, security and safety, attire advisory, TAX refund and more.
Book Your Fuss-free Trip To Korea Today!
Your next kids friendly travel plans to South Korea are just one click or one call away. Dynasty Travel is also offering savings of up to $360 per couple (sharing a twin room) when you book this package.
To learn more about this amazing 7D6N/5N Little Traveller’s Escapade to Korea for your family’s next school holiday trip to South Korea, contact Dynasty Travel at 6338 4455 or 6532 3833 for group enquiries.
This post is brought to you by Dynasty Travel and Korea Tourism Organisation.
By Julia Chan.
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