Area Attractions

The staff at Park Hyatt Busan is dedicated to delivering you an unrivalled experience.

Whether you prefer a day of pampering and relaxation at Lumi Spa and pool, or an action-packed day of shopping spots and walking on the Oryukdo Skywalk or on Haeundae or Gwananli beach, Busan has just the right activity for you and your family.

Here, you’ll find top shopping, dining, other attractions and many exciting things to do in Busan.

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Park Hyatt Busan

51, Marine City 1-ro, Haeundae-gu
Busan, South Korea, 48120

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Hotel Activities

Indoor Golf Simulation

With Park Hyatt Busan’s professional golf simulator, your practice or recreational golfing needs can be enhanced at any time of the day. Whether your swing needs perfecting or you just want to play for relaxation, the golf simulator is exactly what you are looking for.

Twilight Evening Set

At the Lounge, the “Twilight Evening Set" includes beverages (various wines or beers) and delicious snacks such as savory pasties, house-made beef jerky, roasted dried squid, and grilled marinated leatherjacket jerk. You'll enjoy the foods and drinks while you take in splendid views of Gwangan Bridge with the sunset.

Afternoon Tea Set

Carefully catered for afternoon tea enthusiasts, the “Afternoon Tea Set” has fully revitalized the traditional British practice of serving tea or coffee with a three-layered tray. You’ll enjoy homemade scones or pastries baked on the same day by veteran chefs.

Art and Design

Busan Museum of Art

The Busan Museum of Art features five floors with 11 exhibition halls, educational rooms, and library displays, and exhibits a rich array of art from various genres.

Alliance Française ART SPACE

Alliance Française ART SPACE is an alternative art space aiming to promote understanding of cultural diversity. It offers displays in various media, from photography, painting and sculpture to installation art and media art, encouraging local artists and citizens to more actively communicate with the world.

Gallery Form

Gallery Form, located in the Lotte Gallerium, is a cultural exhibition complex that captures various aspects of modern and international art.

Dining

Cabinet

The steak at Cabinet, considered to be one of Busan’s best high-end steak restaurants, is cooked using the “smoke and spice” method. Their own oil-aging and dry-aging method will intensify the flavor of the steak with various spices collected from all over the world.

Millak Raw Fish Town

Located in Millak-dong, Suyeong-gu, Busan, Millak Raw Fish Town is a hoe (raw fish) restaurant with a window view of Gwangalli Beach and Gwangandaegyo Bridge. You may purchase fish on the 1st floor and then go to one of the restaurants located from the 2nd floor through the 10th floor.

Wonjo Eonyang Bulgogi

Good quality meat is seasoned and roasted on charcoal fire to entice people with meat that melts in your mouth. Clean and neat side dishes and spicy kimchi stew are also specialties.

Cultural Destinations

National Maritime Museum

The National Maritime Museum allows people to gain an understanding of the maritime world in a comprehensive and systematic way through the collection, research, and exhibition of maritime-related relics. Exhibitions at the National Maritime Museum encompass all aspects of marine and ocean life with free admission.

Busan Museum

Opened in 1978, the museum has taken on a leading role in preserving traditional culture in Busan by obtaining a wealth of relics from strong excavation efforts, generous donations and purchases, and by meticulous research.

UN Memorial Cemetery in Korea

The UN Memorial Cemetery in Korea honors UN soldiers from 16 countries and UN aids from five countries that were killed in battle during the Korean War from 1950-1953. Some notable sites and memorials include: Memorial Service Hall, Memorabilia Hall, two Turkish Monuments, Greek Monument, Australian Monument, British Common Wealth Monument and two ponds.

Mount Hwangnyeongsan

With its amazing views of the city lights and the lights of the Gwangan Bridge to Geumjeong-gu, Mount Hwangnyeongsan is considered a must-see for visitors, especially at night. The observatory located halfway up the mountain is a popular spot well-known for night hiking.

Shopping

Busan Premium Outlet

Busan Premium Outlet offers 180 designer-brand stores with 25% to 65% discounts throughout the year. It has an exotic shopping environment themed after Tuscany, Italy.

The Lotte Mall

The Lotte Mall is a shopping complex combining premium outlets, a shopping mall, Lotte Mart and Lotte Cinema. The outlet contains 550 brand stores with lower prices than the average department store and offers local restaurants and alleyway stores that sell ceramics, handicrafts, artwork, and more.

Shinsegae Centum City

The Shinsegae Centum City department store is the largest multiple shopping resort in Asia. Not only does it contain 622 stores, but it is also the only place in Busan where shopping can be enjoyed along with an indoor ice rink, driving range, CGV movie theater, art galleries, a spa and more.

Destinations in Nature

Oryukdo Skywalk

Oryukdo Skywalk, located in Oryukdo Seungdumal, was set up over a 35-meter-high coastal cliff, with a 15-meter glass bridge comprising 24 glass plates shaped like the letter U. Visitors will be thrilled by the view of the waves while looking down through the transparent floor.

Igidae Coastal Walk

Igidae Coastal Walk is a walking course on the ocean cliff offering beautiful scenic views. This is a 3.95-kilometer course connecting Dongsangmal, Eoul Madang, Nongbawi, Oryukdo, and Sunrise Park, and you can experience a railway arch, rocky road, sandy road, deck road, and more.

Moontan Road

Dalmaji-gil Road is a small walkway on the corner of Songjeong Beach boasting beautiful cherry blossoms and pine trees, along with an eight-kilometer driving course on the slope of Mount Wausan.

Dongbaek Island Coastal Walk

Dongbaek Island is a small island full of dongbaek trees and evergreen trees. Since 2005, it has been renovated with two walking courses. One course reaches Heaundae Beach, while the other gives a tour of Dongbaek Island following paved paths.