The port of Busan, the 6thlargest container ports, became the first to open cruise-dedicated terminal
in 2006 with a view to evolving into the marine tourism hub of Northeast Asia.
In 2015, Busan International Passenger Terminal located at the heart of the city near Busan Station was newly established
with a purpose of providing a convenient tour to cruise tourists.
As of now, globally renowned cruise liners use the port of Busan by establishing multiple cruise routes reachable to China, Japan, Taiwan, Russia, Southeast Asia and Oceania.
Notably, the port of Busan offers advanced network and convenient services by serving as the greatest transshipment hub in Northeast Asia. In addition, the port of Busan provides an extraordinary service to cruise ships and sailors by making it easier for cruise ships to have easy access to fuel, food, ship components, ports services and for cruise sailors to enjoy rest and entertainment on cruise lounge.
Connected through Exit 8, 9 of Busan KTX Station
10 minutes on foot when using pedestrian deck
1. Pedestrian deck connecting Exit 8 and 9 within Busan KTX Station
2. Move about 300m on pedestrian deck moving walk
3. Canopy pathway to the direction of Busan International Passenger Terminal
4. Move about 400m on foot
5. Arrive at Departure Area(3F) at Busan International Passenger Terminal
25 minutes by car
It takes about 20 minutes from KTX Busan Station
It takes about 50 minutes from Gimhae International Airport
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