Not wheelchair accessible and not much to see as part of it is under renovation. The surrounding park is good for hiking and is quite serene.
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Yes, it was a long way from Haeundae, train to the last stop and then change to bus 90 (5 min walk from the train station to bus station). I wouldn't walk up the hill, it was a long way, I recommend to take the...More
The temple is high in the mountain and a long way from the city of Busan. It is very peaceful and really beautiful temple with many lanterns on both sides of the street lead to the entrance of the temple. We were lucky to be...More
Went here as part of a day tour on a super rainy day. It's quite peaceful and scenic--cherry blossoms nearby. Note: there is a restroom (toilet) near the parking lot, and there are no food stands like at Haedong Yonggungsa Temple. There is a souvenir...More
There're many ways to get there. We styed near Metro line 1 so it's very easy for us. We took line 1 and alighted at Beomeosa station, exit 5. Look for Beomeosa temple sign and go to that direction. After the exit of metro, turn...More
Picturesque temple that sits on a mountain. Absolutely loved this place!! Went there on a nice cooling spring afternoon. Absolutely breathtaking views and tranquil ambience. A treat for those seeking a quiet respite away from the city. How to get there: Beomeosa station (orange line;...More
Very picturesque surroundings. Exotic for European buildings. Slightly crowdly place. One big drawback is lack of English descriptions or guides, so it is difficult to find meaning of this arrangement.