- Hwaseong Fortress
- Gwanggyo Lake Park
- Manseok Park
- Suwon Hwaseong Museum
- Suwon Ipark museum of art
- Gyeonggi Arts Center
City Name: Suwon
Direction from City Center to Hotel: South
Distance from Hotel: 0.62 MI/ 1 KM
Closest Convention Center: Suwon Convention Center
Distance from Hotel: 2.42 MI/ 3.9 KM West
Convenience Store: 0.62 MI/ 1 KM West
Don’t leave Suwon without visiting Hwaseong Fortress, one of UNESCO's World Heritage sites. It was constructed during the Joseon Dynasty era (1392 – 1897), for the purpose of defense. Witness the reconstructed site showcasing the unique architectural structure, offering insights into Korean history and culture.
The Korean Folk Village showcases traditional Korean history and culture. Visitors can witness Koreans wearing their national dress, known as ‘Hanbok’, which was commonly worn during the Joseon Dynasty era. At night, a large hot-air balloon is waiting for you. 'Flying Suwon' flies over the Changnyong Gate of Hwaseong Fortress, the UNESCO World Heritage site located in Suwon.
Don't Go Home Without
Try one of Korea’s most popular dishes, fried chicken and draft beer, known as ‘ChiMac’. Be sure to visit Suwon Paldalmoon market, the chicken district of Suwon, where you’re able to choose your favorite flavored sauce, including the very famous hot sauce. Don't forget to add ‘Galbi’ (ribs), on your list of must-eats, a delicious meal best shared amongst company.
Korea has four distinct seasons. No matter what season you visit in, you’ll be sure to enjoy your time in the city of Suwon. Average temperatures in summer reach as high as 35°C (95°F). In winter, the temperature drops to as low as -20°C (-4°F).The country’s main international airport is 55km away. The journey time is approximately 80minutes by Airport Limousine and costs $12.