North Korea

Undoubtedly the most isolated country on Earth, North Korea is undoubtedly one of the strangest and most fascinating countries on the planet.

Despite being a stone’s throw away from technologically advanced neighbours, South Korea, North Korea is undoubtedly a world away from its Southern counterparts. When you enter the “Hermit Kingdom”, you are immediately whisked away into a land shrouded in mystery and enigma. It is perhaps this sense of conundrum that is the overwhelming attraction of North Korea.Tourism in the Hermit Kingdom is very strictly controlled by the government. In order to visit, one has to be part of a guided tour and independent travel is not allowed. There are strict limitations on one’s movement and behavior. One should be prepared to accept these limitations; else you should not plan to travel to North Korea.

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May- Jun &

Sep-Oct

Coinciding with the mass game is a bonus!

North Korea - Pyongyang - The Unexplored Corner Of Asia
From S$ 3,050/Adult
From S$ 3,050/Adult

Visit the capital of Pyongyang, its memorials and museums; and take a ride in the sleek underground Pyongyang Metro. Travel to Panmunjom – the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) and border to South Korea. Experience how total obedience to the state is possible. This plus the glimpses of local life that you can catch make North Korea a fascinating destination.

North Korea - Pyongyang, Dmz & Mt. Myohyang - Exploring The Hermit Kingdom
From S$ 2,950/Adult
From S$ 2,950/Adult

This 5 days trip concentrates on the capital of Pyongyang and review the country as the “Kimland” with its many stunning monuments dedicated to the “eternal president Kim II Sung”. The story from the country’s point of view is being told through its memorial and museum. Also be taken out to experience the countryside of Myohyangsan and to the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ).

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