Spirited Garden

Attraction 1534 Jeoji-ri, Hangyeong-myeon, Jeju, Jeju-do 695-947, South Korea Published on: 13-11-2015

1 hours 30 mins
08:30 AM - 06:00 PM
03:00 PM
04:30 PM
Second-time visit
Theme Park
8.73 USD

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Bunjae Artpia first opened its doors at Jeju’s Bunjae Artpia in July of 1992, and is now the world’s largest botanical garden with a total landscape of approximately 39,700m².

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Why Spirited Garden is special ?

Spirited Garden features seven gardens made with stones and native trees. It is the largest outdoor bonsai garden in Asia. Each garden has a unique theme with designs based on Jeju’s signature volcanic mountains and waters. Most notably, the Secret Garden serves as a world-class venue specialized for various MICE events and banquets including international conference and corporate meetings.

The Secret Garden consist of an outdoor banquet space with a capacity of 300 and three indoor banquet halls in a modern Jeju-style building of which covered with volcanic stones and woods. The garden has various other facilities including an octagonal pavilion which reflects traditional Korean beauty, two waterfalls and ponds, and a stage equipped with special effects for outdoor performances.

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What to explore at Spirited Garden?

The Spirited Garden, one of the major tourist attraction sites on Jeju Island and listed as one of “the most beautiful gardens in the world,” is set to open its long-awaited “Secret Garden.”

It’s a place where you can relax and meditate while communing with nature. Rejuvenate your spirit while walking amongst diverse plant life, waterfalls and colorful garden art. If you’re hungry, try one of the healthy meals at the garden restaurant. The garden offers a lunch buffet,the food was mostly Korean/Jeju island fare, featuring pork from their famous Jeju black pig

There are also little hills in the garden and koi ponds so the little children will enjoy feeding the fish.

How to get to Spirited Garden?

If you are going from Jeju-si, you should take bus 750 or 755 up to Donggwang, and then change to 900 or take a taxi (10000 won maximum)

Selling points

  • Perfect place for relaxing and contemplation
  • A piece of heaven on earth
  • Wonderful and inspiring
  • Relaxing & Leisure Time in the Garden
  • Great for a Meal and Relaxation
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1534 Jeoji-ri, Hangyeong-myeon, Jeju, Jeju-do 695-947, South Korea

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  • The restaurant with 260 seats offers green buffet at one time.


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“Only for the enthusiasts” Spirited Garden is developed by the same Mr Sung, who developed Hallim Park. The main focal point here is Bonsai and for those of us that partaked in YEHA tour, this is where we had our buffet lunch (which was great by the way). It's been said that we could simply browse through the extensive collection of bonsais here. I have to warn you folks that the bonsais here are truly extensive and once again, there are a lot of pictures taken of Mr Sung and foreign dignitaries that came here to pay their respect. BUT the highlight for me regarding the Spirited Garden is the explanatory notes that came in describing the process of creating great and timeless bonsais. Then, there are end notes at the bottom, which explained to us the metaphor of them related to how we shall apply them to the way we lead our lives. VERY profound, indeed. For those of us that are inquisitive, here, they all sell the book written by Mr Sung himself (in different languages) to describe about his accomplishment and in hoping to inspire us with his wisdom. Commendable visit.

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