Luxury Travel In South KoreaRead More
Have morning tea in the formal back gardens of Seoul known as Nakson-jae, still used by the royal family.
- Take a morning excursion to the Korean Folk Village or check out the extensive costume collection at the National Folklore Museum.
- Sail to Jeju Island to see the world’s longest lava tubes and the Snake and Manjang Caverns.
- Tour Chonju City and observe the handmade papermaking process for which the city is famous.
- Stand beneath the imposing national monuments in Pyongyang.
Our handpicked preferred properties include exclusive 19th century Kasbahs, luxurious seaside spa retreats, endlessly charming boutique properties and the world’s most over-the-top glittering skyscrapers. Explore our curated selection and let us know if you’d like to incorporate one or a few in to your next trip.
Related Blog Post
Just back from Thailand and Burma (Myanmar): Matt’s Inside Scoop
// April 27, 2010
I am back in New York City after a two-week whirlwind trip through Thailand and Burma (Myanmar). With all that has been going on in the Land of Smiles and the Land of Pagodas over the past few weeks, we […]