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While Holiday Inn Incheon Songdo is well equipped for your stay, your visit to this corner of South Korea needs more than this. It requires the sorts of attractions and nearby sites that will keep you entertained during your time in Incheon, and which will help you to create great memories which stand the test of time.
Fortunately, you will find a wealth of different activities and attractions only a short distance from your Songdo Central Park hotel. In this guide, we examine a few of the best-loved and most interesting attractions for our guests, giving you a taste of what you can expect when you arrive.
Songdo is one of the most recent additions to Incheon's long and rich heritage. This modern district of one of the Korean peninsula's most exciting cities is designed to be as sustainable and as eco-friendly as possible, so you can expect to encounter a great deal of green space as you explore the region.
As a result, what Songdo lacks in ancient history, it makes up for in beautifully landscaped parks and jaw-droppingly innovative architecture. Those interested in South Korea's fascinating past will still find plenty to explore in Incheon, Seoul, and in other nearby areas, making Holiday Inn Incheon Songdo perfectly positioned to provide the best of both worlds.
Wind down with a leisurely stroll through this picturesque 41-hectare park, located near to your hotel in Songdo. The park is complete with its own artificial canal, themed gardens and forested zone. Relax in the shade, take a water taxi ride, hire a canoe or just wander through the park's delightful artwork and sculpture displays
Glinting silver in the sunlight by day and reflecting spectacular light displays by night, Tri-Bowl is the centerpiece of Songdo Central Park's arty offerings. Built to commemorate the Global Fair & Festival in 2009, this impressive, futuristic cultural space houses a collection of art and is the stage for numerous shows and events.
Experience outdoor shopping with a twist. Stroll along Canal Walk's waterway and explore the charming array of shops, cafes and restaurants just a short walk from your hotel in Songdo. The complex is divided into themed sections for each season of the year and makes an exciting retail destination regardless of whether you're buying or just browsing.
Combining spectacular views with challenging shots, Jack Nicklaus Golf Club Korea is the perfect place at which to test your golfing skills during a stay at your Songdo Park hotel. The complex features an undulating 18-hole championship golf course, a driving range and a luxurious private clubhouse with a Jacuzzi.
Discover the delights of Korea's most famous Chinatown. Known as the birthplace of Jajangmyeon (noodles with black bean sauce), Incheon Chinatown is a food-lover's paradise and is packed with Chinese restaurants and street vendors offering an array of tasty treats. Experiencing the cultural and culinary delights of China is possible without straying far from your hotel in Songdo, South Korea.
This bustling traditional market is a popular destination for locals and tourists alike, offering fresh fish at excellent prices. Take your purchase to the restaurants on the second floor to have it professionally prepared and served, or back to your hotel in Incheon Songdo.
To discover more about Incheon, Songdo, or Holiday Inn Incheon Songdo, get in touch with the team today.