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7 Tips For Muslim Travellers to Seoul, Korea!

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What should you do when you land in Seoul, the capital city of and the most happening place in the whole of South Korea?

Seoul has many sights and attractions to offer, but whatever you choose to do while you’re there, you must never miss these 7 Seoul-awesome attractions:

Go Palace Hopping

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Before Korea became a republic, it spent hundreds of years of its history as a kingdom. Five royal palaces in Seoul serve as a testament to the country’s monarchial past, with Gyeongbok Palace as the largest and most important, and Changdeok Palace as the most picturesque.

Travel back in time at Bukchon Village

Situated between Gyeongbok and Changdeok Palaces is Bukchon Village, a neighborhood that seems to be standing still in time. Once home to Seoul’s aristocracy, Bukchon Village is now a lovely warren of traditional houses, and many of these houses still belong to their original owners’ families.

 Shop until you drop

If you’re a shopaholic, you’ll find Seoul absolutely euphoric. Take your pick – you can shop at the three giant department stores of Seoul (Lotte World, Hyundai and Shinsegae); at the open markets of Namdaemun, Myeongdong and Edae; at the high-end boutiques in the Gangnam District; or at the night market of Dongdaemun.

See Seoul from the peak of Mount Namsan

Seoul is surrounded by mountains, the tallest of which is Mount Namsan. Enjoy a breathtaking view of the city by going up Mount Namsan via cable car. Better yet, relax and enjoy the view from the observation deck of N Seoul Tower.

Stroll along Cheonggyecheon Stream

Once a shantytown, Cheonggyecheon Stream is now one of the prettiest and most relaxing places in Seoul. You can take a quiet stroll along its bank and enjoy the art installations and the occasional live performances. If you’re into people-watching, the Stream is a good place for it.

Gorge on street food

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From barbecues to soups, rice cakes, pancakes and porridge, Seoul street food is really food for the soul. You may find some of the offerings a tad spicy, but they’re tasty and perfect for powering up while exploring the city.

End your day at a jjimjilbang

Before you begin your activities for the evening, spend some time relaxing at one of Seoul’s many jjimjilbang. Jjimjilbang are bathhouses where you can enjoy a hot or cold soak, sit in a sauna, get a massage, and maybe watch a movie or nap on your downtime.

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