Things to do in Incheon

Incheon is South Korea’s third largest city, and though one might only think of Incheon Airport, there is much more to do and see here! In Incheon, you will also find South Korea’s Chinatown where you certainly can’t miss out on enjoying a plate of the iconic black bean noodles or jajangmyeon.

Thrill-seekers can also check out Wolmido Island for some amusement park fun while nature lovers can head to Wolmi Traditional Park to see the most pristine and peaceful nature parks in the region.

Inspired by the New York Central Park, the Songdo Central Park is an ideal place to hangout both with family and friends. The park has statues, bridges, canals, deer and a lot more. One can go around boating in the waters of the Park or go cycling across the green and blue park or feed a cute little deer with your own hands. At the end of the park stands the G Tower which happens to be one of the best places in the city to enjoy the sunset or sip a coffee while taking in the breathless view of the grand city. And then there’s the Tri Bowl, an art and culture center, which gives one the illusion as if it’s floating on the water. One should also stop by the Hanok Village which is a good spot to take a break and have a coffee or eat at one of those beautiful restaurants.

Best Time To Visit Incheon

Summer continues from end of May to early September. Precipitation sometime happens in the month of July, but in form of light rain. Winters continue from end of November to early March. In the middle of January, the city receives light snow.

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