A marine city full of delicacies an ocean city for relaxation
With the blue sea, recreational beaches and fresh seafood delicacies, Busan is the ideal place for travelers. Busan has so many sights and attractions: Nampo-dong food alleys with old stalls and stores; a Buddhist temple located on the coast that you can visit on a city tour bus; the annual Busan International Film Festival; and the Busan Fireworks Festival held along the beautiful beach. You will be welcomed by the warm weather and the friendly people of Busan.
- A metropolitan city in the southeast region of Korea
- 765.94 km²
- 14.7˚C (average annual temp)
- Camellia flower · camellia · seagull
Busan Port International Passenger Terminal
The International Passenger Terminal at Busan Port, a gate to the global maritime tourism city of Busan, is well equipped with convenience facilities for visitors. After completing immigration procedures, you can go to the roaming center to rent a mobile wifi router and then to the bank to exchange foreign currency into cash. You can take the free shuttle bus right in front of the terminal. Now, let’s head towards Busan Station and Gukje Market to start you journey.
Map of Busan Port International Passenger Terminal
5F Convention Center (Event Hall, Conference Hall),
PR Center, etc.
4F Port Situation Room, Office, etc.
3F Departure, Convenience Facilities, Ticket Office, CIQ Office, etc.
2F Arrivals, Convenience Facilities, CIQ Office, etc.
1F Parking Lot, Customs Bonded Area, Baggage Consignment, etc.
B1F Heat Exchanger Room
Major Facilities Contact
International Passenger Terminal 2F
|Internet café(Café Droptop)||051-442-2282||Mobile Phone Roaming(SKT)||051-441-6124|
|Mobile Phone Roaming(KT)||051-442-0841||Mobile Phone Roaming(LGT)||051-466-0505|
|Busan Bank||051-462-7706||New Saehan Rental Car||051-462-0789, 051-463-0789|
|Gukbudoye(Souvenir shop)||051-257-8877||Baggage Room||051-465-9782|
International Passenger Terminal 3F
|Duty Free Pick-up (Lotte)||051-466-8896||Duty Free Pick-up (Shinsegae)||051-466-8897|
|Duty Free Pick-up (Dongwha ·Shilla )||051-466-8898||Duty Free Shop (Busan Duty Free)||051-460-0962|
|Souvenir Shop (Shin-A)||051-441-7612||Saebusan Drug Store||051-462-7775|
|Medical Tour Center & Cruise Lounge||070-8874-9334, 070-8849-9334|
How to move from Busan Port International Passenger Terminal to the downtown area
You can plan your own itinerary starting from the terminal. If you take a bus or taxi toward Nampo-dong, the center of downtown, you can visit many popular attractions on foot. The city tour bus that departs from Busan Station will take you to the most famous beaches of the city. You can also use Subway Line 1 as it stops at many famous tourist spots.
Free Shuttle Bus
The free shuttle bus departs from the terminal and heads towards Gukje Market in Nampo-dong and Busan Station. If you get off at Busan Station, you can take the city tour bus to visit the famous Gwangalli Beach, Haeundae Beach, and Haedong Yonggungsa Temple (a Buddhist temple on the coast).
If the free shuttle bus is crowded with visitors, you can take a local bus.
- Bus 5-1 (general) To Nampo Area:
- Intervals: 11–13 mins
- 1,200 won by transportation card & 1,300 won by cash
- Bus 1004 (express) To Busan Station. :
- Intervals: 10–14 mins
- 1,700 won by transportation card & 1,800 won by cash
Take a taxi if you want to move around major attractions quickly and conveniently.
- Minimum charge:
- 3,300 won (Up to 2 km)
- Nampo-dong Gukje Market, BIFF Square, Jagalchi Market:
- approx. 20 mins
- Dongbaekseom Island, The Bay 101, Haeundae, Gwangalli Beach:
- approx. 35 mins
A tourist taxi provides customized services to visitors by taking them to famous attractions and restaurants. It is recommended for first-time visitors.
- Deungdae call:
- * A reservation is required 2 hrs in advance.
- * Tolls and parking fees are excluded.
- * Charges and schedules vary.
- Charge per hour: 20,000 won for 1 hr & 80,000 won for 5 hrs / Charge per tour course: 60,000–120,000 won