Economy,2 Adults
Child(2-11 yrs)
Infant(< 2yrs)

The maximum number of passengers per booking is 8. Each adult may travel with up to 3 children and 1 infant.


Each infant passenger must be accompanied by an adult. Please note that the infant passenger must be under 24 months throughout the whole journey and does not occupy a seat. Bassinets are not bookable online. Please sign-in and make your request in the "Edit My Booking" section for bassinet requests (subject to airline regulations). Please note that the child passenger must be under 12 years old throughout the whole journey.


Cheap Flights from Singapore (SIN) to Busan (PUS)

Busan Travel Tips

Busan, officially Busan Metropolitan City, is South Korea's second largest metropolis after Seoul, with a population of approximately 3.6 million. The population of the metropolitan area, including the adjacent cities of Gimhae and Yangsan, is approximately 4.6 million. It is the largest port city in South Korea and the world's fifth busiest seaport by cargo tonnage. The city is located on the southeastern-most tip of the Korean peninsula. The most densely built up areas of the city are situated in a number of narrow valleys between the Nakdong River and Suyeong River, with mountains separating some of the districts. Administratively, it is designated as a Metropolitan City. The Busan metropolitan area is divided into 15 major administrative districts and a single county.

Busan is Korea’s largest port city filled with endless excitement and pleasant surprises. Busan has Korea's largest beach and longest river, and is home to the world's largest department store, the Shinsegae Centum City. Every year, tens of thousands of visitors from all over the country and around the world flock to Haeundae, Songdo and Gwangalli Beaches to relax or to attend festivals. The city annually hosts the International Fireworks Festival and the Busan International Film Festival, while regularly holding various events at Centrum City, the world’s largest department store. Other must-see tourist sites include Taejongdae Resort overlooking the sea, Yongdusan Park, Yonggungsa Temple on a cliff, and the Jagalchi Market.

Climate and weather
Busan has a humid subtropical climate where you can rarely find extremely high or low temperatures. Late springs and early summers are usually cooler than inland regions because of the ocean effect while it is hot and humid in late summer and early autumn. October and November are generally the most comfortable months with clear skies and pleasant temperatures. Winters are cold and comparatively dry with high winds. However, Busan and the nearby area have the least amount of snow compared to other regions of Korea due to its location. Snow falls on an average of only about 6 days per year.

The city has a well-developed public transportation system, but for a more convenient and all-inclusive tour, hop aboard the Busan City Tour. Circulation tour bus tours between Busan station and Haeundae Beach and between Busan station and Taejongdae Resort Park are the most popular route among all. All-day tickets allow visitors to get on and off the bus at any stop, offering an affordable way to visit many attractions in Busan. Tourists are also encouraged to make use of the metro in hopping in and out to different attractions since it is an affordable yet convenient way to travel around the city.

Busan, being a port town, has a cuisine that's strongly focused around seafood, plus starchy snacks and vegetables. The Jagalchi Market is Korea's largest seafood market. This market represents Busan and is famous throughout the country. The Jagalchi Market is where you can get to see the lifestyle of the indigenous Busan natives. One can find good local snacks and traditional cuisines such as mackerel, sea squirts and whale meat on wooden boxes along the road. Other than the well known banana milk, stir fried eel with spice is another must try dish in Busan. Eel is nutritional ingredient and its freshness is another reason to have a try.

Famous attractions
Haeundae Beach is probably the most famous beach in the country.  The sand of this beach is composed of sand that comes from Chuncheon Stream and shells that have been naturally eroded by the wind over time. The white sand is rough and sticks easily to your skin. Haeundae Beach is also famous for the various cultural events and festivals held throughout the year. There is also the Beach Culture Center and the Beach Library. Every year from June to August, it welcomes numerous visitors coming from all over the world.

The Busan Aquarium is one of Korea’s top aquariums which contains over 35,000 species of fish, algae, reptiles, and amphibians. The aquarium is spread over 3 underground levels and features an outdoor park. On the first underground level, you can find a souvenir shop and restaurants selling Korean style dishes, while the B2 and B3 levels showcase the various exhibitions. The most amazing and popular part of the Aquarium is the seabed tunnel where you can see various sea creatures swimming right above.

Most temples in Korea are located in the mountains while Haedong Yonggungsa Temple is situated on the coast of the north-eastern part of Busan and built along the shoreline. Haedong Yonggungsa Temple was first built in 1376 by the great Buddhist teacher known as Naong during the Goryeo Dynasty. Other special sites at the temple are the 108 stairs and stone lanterns lining the rocky landscape. After going down the 108 steps, one will be delighted with the beauty of the temple. Midway down the 108 steps one can stop and enjoy the calming sounds of the waves, and view the majestic sunrise.