Today is very hot..


bismillah..

Cheonan has 33° Celsius.. hooo

and very humid.. :&

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A pool or beach would be wonderful..

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here are some info of where to go on this summer..😀

http://www.koreabrand.net/en/now/now_view.do?CATE_CD=0026&SEQ=1189

Caribbean Bay: Oldest but still best

Located in Yongin, Gyeonggi, an hour from Seoul, Caribbean Bay quickly became a hot spot for young people, and was the world’s fifth-largest water park in terms of visitors last year, according to the Themed Entertainment Association, with 1.45 million wet customers.

Strong points: Proximity to Everland, the nation’s largest theme park (and the world’s 10th largest)
Popular attraction: Tower Boomerang Go
Tickets: Adult tickets starts from 45,000 won ($37).

For more info: (031) 320-5000, http://www.everland.com/caribbean

Ocean World: Catching up fast
Ocean World, nestled in Hongcheon, Gangwon, is very accessible by public transportation, setting it apart from its competitors. Free shuttles are available from nearby Yongmun Station.

Strong points: Proximity to Vivaldi Park Resort with nearly 1,800 rooms, accessible by public transit
Popular attraction: Monster Blaster
Tickets: Adult tickets start from 55,000 won.

For more info: 1588-4888, http://www.daemyungresort.com

Seorak Waterpia: A splash of well-being

Seorak Waterpia, located in Sokcho, Gangwon, is Korea’s most health-focused water park, actually winning designation as a “quality spa” last year. It uses 100 percent mineral water, which it claims is good for neuralgia, arthritis and skin trouble. The Ministry of Public Administration and Security requires certain standards of temperature and mineral content for “quality spa” designation.

Strong points: Quality spa water, special events
Popular attraction: Shark Wave
Tickets: Adult admission starts from 31,000 won.
For more info: (033) 650-5000, http://www.seorakwaterpia.co.kr

Tedin Water Park: Teddy bears everywhere

A number of water parks have sprouted in recent years, but many went out of business between 2006 and 2008. One was Fantasion, which opened in Yeongju, North Gyeongsang in 2008. To escape extinction, Tedin Water Park, located in Cheonan, North Chungcheong, relies on cute teddy bear mascot characters. The Tedin family of teddy bears are everywhere, and each attraction is inspired by a different locale: Venice, Rome, Santa Claus Village in Finland and more.

Strong points: Close to Seoul
Popular attraction: Tsunami Wave
Tickets: Adult tickets start from 50,000 won
For more info: (041) 906-7000, http://www.huracle.com

Hm.. let me see, where should I go then..😀

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  1. #1 by LyLe on July 20, 2010 - 8:36 pm

    muahal

    • #2 by havban on July 20, 2010 - 8:45 pm

      @lyle
      sekali2 buang2 duit lah..

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