Situated off the Southern coast of South Korea, Jeju (sometimes known as Cheju) is a honeymooner's paradise. The island lies off the mainland yet it has all the modern amenities imaginable and is serviced by an international airport that has regular service from parts of Japan, Shanghai and mainland South Korea- thus keeping it connected with the rest of the world. One big advantage the island has over nearby Korea destinations is its sub-tropical climate. The north of the island and its highlands can on occasion experience light snow in winter while in the south farmers grow tangerines!
Jeju is known for its cuisine, culture and a myriad of natural wonders. From waterfalls and beaches to high peaks – the island has it all. Jeju's cuisine is said to have evolved over centuries into a mix of Japanese, Chinese and Korean cuisine – a combination capable of tickling your taste buds at any given moment. The island has had a distinct culture of its own and there is an inexhaustible number of ways in which you can catch a glimpse of this island's distinct history and culture. In short, Jeju is a feast for travelers.