North Korea 9D

Code: CKN1-9SQJS
2020: 8/4, 9/4*, 10/4*,12/4*, 13/4*,17/4, 22/4, 27/4, 29/4, 30/4, 6/5, 11/5, 18/5, 20/5, 22/5, 5/6, 12/6 & 19/6 *SUN FESTIVAL
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Pyongyang
Ryomyong Street Mansudae Fountain Park
Chollima Statue The Arch of Triumph
The Grand People Study House Tower of Juche Idea
Native home in Mangyongdae Victorious Fatherland Liberation War Museum
The Monument to the Victory Gwangbok Supermarket
Mirae Scientists Street The Mausoleum of the King Tong Myong
Pyongyang Metro Children’s Palace
Mt. Myohyang
International Friendship Exhibition Pohyon Temple

 

Wonsan
Songdowon International Children Union Camp

 

Mt. Kumgang
Lagoon Samil

 

Masikryong Resort

 

Kaesong (Old Ancient Capital of Goryeo Era)
Koryo History Museum

 

Sariwon
SariwonMigok Cooperative Farm Sariwon Folklore Street

 

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Day 1: Singapore-Beijing

Assemble in the evening at Changi International Airport for your flight to Pyongyang via Beijing.

Note: Passengers will depart in the early morning in Day 2.

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Day 2: Beijing – Pyongyang (D)

SIN/PEK                 SQ800               0110/0715
PEK/FNJ                 JS152               1305/1535
Arrive Beijing in the early morning and connect flight to Pyongyang. On arrival in Pyongyang, proceed to Ryomyong Street which was built in 2018 for the professors and scientists of the Kim Il Sung University. It is a modern and fancy street built in new pro-environmental architecture. Every flat has solar panels on windows and air circulation system using geothermal energy. About 4000 families live in this neighborhood. Dinner at Ryomyong street before check in hotel.

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Day 3: Pyongyang (B/L/D)

After breakfast, embark on a city tour of Pyongyang and enjoy the beautiful scenery. Some of the attractions which you will visit include Mansudae Fountain Park, Chollima Statue, The Arch of Triumph, The Grand People Study House and Tower of Juche Idea. Visit Native Home in Mangyongdae, the birth place of Kim II Sung, eternal President of DPR Korea. Four generations lived in this humble straw-thatched cottage which was often found in Korea before liberation. In the afternoon, visit the Victorious Fatherland Liberation War Museum and the Monuments to the Victory. Enjoy dinner on a floating restaurant while watching the sunset over the Taedong River.

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Day 4: Pyongyang – Mt. Myohyang – Pyongyang (B/L/D)

Proceed to Mt. Myohyang by coach. Mt. Myohyang is one of the five famous mountains in Korea. See the beautiful valleys, steep cliffs and magnificent ridges. Next, proceed to visit the unique International Friendship Exhibition. On display are tens of thousands of valuable gifts presented to Great Leader Kim Jong II. Thereafter, proceed to visit Pohyon Temple built in 1042. After lunch, travel back to Pyongyang and proceed to Gwangbok Supermarket for some shopping. Afterwards, walk to Mirae Scientists Street (Future Scientists Street). It is a newly develop area in Pyongyang to house scientific institutions and their employee. The six-lane streets are located between Pyongyang Railway Station and the Taedong River and are lined by the rise apartments.

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Day 5: Pyongyang – Wonsan – Mt. Kumgang (B/L/D)

After breakfast, embark on a long journey to Wonsan City by bus. Enjoy the scenery of the Ullim Waterfalls before arriving at Wonsan. Lunch will be served at Wonsan. Next, visit Songdowon International Children Union Camp then continue to Mt. Kumgang. Dinner will be served at hotel.

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Day 6: Mt. Kumgang – Masikryong Resort (B/L/D)

This morning, proceed to the remarkable mountain, nicknamed 12,000 peaks, Mt. Kumgang. Mt. Kumgang’s scenic zone changes with the four seasons. In spring, the mountain is surrounded by hundreds of blooming flowers, each spreading its unique scent. With this accompaniment, the mountain shines and shimmers with life. Therefore, it acquires the name Mt. Kumgang (Diamond Mountain). In summer, clouds float past the steep hill; greenery spreads through the land and bird chirps up high, as though one is living in Fairyland. Thus, it is named as Mt. Pongnae in this season. In autumn, maple leaves dress the mountain into a rosy Mt. Pungak. In winter, branches bare the sharpness and the snow glows on the peak, forming a beautiful painting known as Mt. Kaefol. As we make our way up on foot, enjoy this stunningly beautiful mountain with its forests, river & spectacular waterfalls. After lunch, visit Lagoon Samil. Drive to Masikryong Resort via Wonsan.

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Day 7: Masikryong Resort –Pyongyang (B/L/D)

Depart Masikryong Resort for Pyongyang. Visit the Mausoleum of the King Tong Myong, the founder of Koguryo Dynasty in BC277. After lunch, visit Pyongyang Metro, which is one of the main means of transport in the city. It is a great edifice reminiscent of a palace for its architectural style, content, interior structure and ornament difference in each station. Visit to the Children’s Palace – the most comprehensive centre for extra-curricular activities for school children in Pyongyang. Sit back and enjoy a world-class children cultural performance or visit school children’s performances.

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Day 8: Pyongyang – Kaesong – Panmunjom –Sariwon – Pyongyang (B/L/D)

Today we will take a leisurely drive to Kaesong City, which is 198km south of Pyongyang and only 8km to the military demarcation line – Panmunjom. Some of the interesting sights in Panmunjom include the Signing Hall of Armistice Agreement and the Conference Hall of the Military Armistice Commission. After lunch, walk through the residential area in Kaesong Street, Janam Hill (overlooking the traditional residential area of Kaesong City). Kaesong is the old ancient capital of Goryeo era. Proceed to Koryo History Museum. Next visit the SariwonMigok cooperative farm to experience their living lifestyle. After that proceed to Sariwon folklore street, North Korea’s most traditional street, where you can experience the culture, heritage and customs of the Korea nation for 5000 years. Proceed to the Three Charters for National Reunification monument. After dinner, return to hotel to rest.

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Day 9: Pyongyang– Beijing-Singapore (B)

FNJ/PEK                 JS151                     0820/0950
PEK/SIN                 SQ807                     1635/2300
After breakfast transfer to the airport for your return flight back to Singapore via Beijing.
Arrive in Singapore with fond memories of a wonderful tour to North Korea.

Note: Itinerary & order of sightseeing tours may be reshuffled.

Tours Info

Airline
Singapore Airline (SQ) Air Koryo (JS)
Flying hours (Approx)
Singapore-Beijing – 6 hours 15 minutes
Beijing-Pyongyang – 2 hours
Pyongyang-Beijing – 2 hours
Beijing-Singapore – 6 hours 15 minutes
Time Difference North Korea is 1 hour ahead of Singapore
There is no time difference between Beijing and Singapore
Passport An international passport with a minimum validity of six (06) months from the date of departure from each country is required.
VISAS All nationalities required visa for entry into North Korea. Singaporeans do not required visa for transit less than 24 hours at China Beijing airport to enter Beijing, however, for other nationalities, please check with our staff.
Travel Insurance Travel insurance is highly recommended by us. It covers unforeseen circumstances such as delays, luggage loss, personal accident, injuries or illnesses. Please approach our staff for your complete insurance needs.
Itinerary subject to changes Itinerary & order of sightseeing tours may be reshuffled due to unforeseen circumstances

1 review for North Korea 9D

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Nicholas Tan

    Always bringing us to interesting new places that we can’t find with other agencies, my grandfather was one of the first Singaporeans to join UTC for their tour to Australia. I was lucky enough to be one of the first few Singaporean tour group to join their North Korean Tour!

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