The Ulsan Metropolitan City is among the largest metropolitan neighborhoods in South Korea and offers vibrant culture with many opportunities for education and adventure, from parks to museums and beyond. At Taehwang National Garden, you can walk through striking woodlands filled with bamboo groves. At Daewangam Park, you will experience fantastic natural rock formations. To take a proper walk back in history, check out the collection of 200 ancient rock carvings at the Petroglyphs of Bangudae Terrace. Spectacular silvergrass scenery awaits as you ascend the mountain peak at Sinbulsan. The Taehwa River is lined with scenic waterfront parks for a serene stroll in the city.

    The Jangsaengpo Whale Museum is a child-friendly museum with artifacts and exhibits involving the history of the whaling industry. Ulsan Museum has local and natural history exhibits to learn about the regional culture. For a day of fun and adventure, Tongdo Fantasia amusement park provides a roller coaster, thrilling rides, games, food and even a water park for a whole day of excitement.

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      Our Ulsan Travel Essentials guide offers valuable information about all the essentials you need for a successful vacation to South Korea's industrial powerhouse. In this guide, you'll find information about the local climate, emergency phone numbers, electricity and outlet style, currency and more. We even give details on how to get to your hotel and travel around Ulsan after you...

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