|From the middle of March until the end of April, tourists flock Everland Resort to enjoy the return of spring amongst the thousands of tulips found inside Korea’s largest amusement park. |
Throughout this time, Everland, which is also the fourth largest amusement park in the world celebrates its annual tulip festival. Aside from the fields of tulips, numerous parades and performances are held in line with this event.
It is quite interesting for me to discover that like dogs and cats and other animals for that matter,
tulips are subdivided into different species.
I previously thought that all of them are the same except for their color.
It must be exciting for tulip lovers to find numerous varieties of tulips batched and labeled
according to the species they belong to.
Aside from the tulips, visitors can also find pretty cherry blossom trees scattered around the park.
So, if you want to experience spring in Korea, you may want to check out Everland’s garden of tulips.
How to get there:
Everland Resort is located in Yongin City, about an hour away from Seoul. For information regarding the buses going to Everland, click
*The bus stop in Jamsil Station is in the middle of the road.
The bus stop that you would immediately see once you exit from the station is not the right one.
All buses will take you to Everland’s parking lot. From there, a free shuttle bus will take you to the entrance of the park.
If you want to visit Everland just to see its gardens, you can save a few thousands of Won by buying the admission only ticket.
Aside from the gardens, you can also visit the zoo-like attractions in the park and watch some free performances.
In my opinion, this is also the better option since queues for rides are long even on weekdays.
If you want the full Everland experience, you can get a discount coupon by visiting the park’s
If you really love tulips, it might be best to ditch your plans for visiting the amusement park and check out this instead.
The website is in Korean, btw.
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