Enjoying Busan’s Skyline from the Symbol of the City
If Seoul City has Namsan Tower, Daegu City has E-World Tower, then the symbol of Busan City is definitely Busan Tower. This architecture work was created in 1973 and still stands proudly at the height of 69 meters above sea level in the middle of Yongdusan Park. The tower itself is 120-meter-high and its design was inspired by the Dabotap Pagoda in Bulguksa Temple in Gyeongju.
Although having very traditional design, the tower features many modern and interesting means of entertainment such as an observatory deck, media galleries, souvenir shop, cafe and also VR experience area. The Tower is a great pride of Busan citizens and is considered a MUST-VISIT spot to tourists. From the top of the observatory, you can enjoy the spectacular day and night view of the city as well as many famous attractions of Busan city, especially the city’s port. It is no exaggeration to say that you are not considered to have been to Busan if you have not come to this tower!
- Enjoy the amazing scenery of Busan both day and night from the observatory
- Experience the panoramic view of Busan skyline and coastal line
- Take cool photos with the city view
- Learn more about the history of Busan City through the media gallery and VR experience.
▲Experience the panoramic view of Busan city both in day time…
▲…and during night time.
▲ The top of the tower is modeled after the Dabotap Pagoda in Gyeongju.
▲ Visit during spring time to see the beautiful scenery of cherry blossoms surrounding the tower.