Jeju offers more places to visit than what I’ve expected. Another attraction that is famous as a tourist spot in Jeju is Miniature Park 제주미니랜드. The park displays the smaller replicas of famous buildings around the world.
I remember visited something similar to Miniature Park in Shenzhen.However when I visited Shenzhen’s was more than 5 years ago, so I don’t have much memory about it. So going to Miniature Park somehow help me to recall back the feeling.
A few miniature buildings displayed here are the Forbidden City, Eiffel Tower, Pisa Tower, Bulguksa Temple, Taj Mahal, Sydney’s Opera House, Borobudur and Statue of Liberty.
I amazed on the details of each miniature. No wonder it took 5 years to complete the park to be built. Walking around the park one would feel like giants going on a round-the-world adventure. That must be the reason in the entrance there is a statue of Gulliver.
Before stepping out from the park, we were directed to an indoor exhibition halls. Exhibition Hall 1 is about mirrors, where one can experience the tricks of magic mirrors. Whereas in Exhibition Hall 2, witty and humorous pop-artwork of Korean artists are exhibited mixed with sculptures of superheroes.
Adult 9,000 KRW / Group 7,000 KRW
Youth (under 19 years old) 7,000 KRW / Group 3,500 KRW
Children (above 3 years old) 5,000 KRW / Group 3,000 KRW
Adult 7,000 KRW / Group 5,000 KRW
Youth (under 19 years old) 5,000 KRW / Group 3,000 KRW
Children (above 3 years old) 4,000 KRW / Group 2,500 KRW
Senior Citizen / Military 7,000 KRW / Group 5,000 KRW
December – March: 8.30AM – 5.30PM
April – June: 8.30AM – 6.00PM
July – August: 8.30AM – 7.30PM
September – November: 8.30AM – 6.00PM