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* '''Gimyeong''' - village closest to the Manjangmul Lava Tube and adjacent Gimyoung Maze.
* '''Seongsan''' - village in the east of the island, conveniently located for Udo Island and Seongsan Ilchubong, a volcanic crater. The village has a number of interesting seafood restaurants and can make for a pleasant overnight stay, but be aware that there are no nightlife options (apart from a disproportionate number of marts for the size of the village).
* '''Gangjeong''' - small coastal village just west out of central Seogwipo. Non-noteworthy if not for the fact that it is the proposed site and thus ground zero for the battle over keeping naval bases off Jeju.
* '''Hallim''' - also romanised as '''Hanrim'''. Close to many inland themeparks and golf courses but in an area generally poorly serviced by inter-city buses.
Unfortunately, travel between Jeju and almost anywhere outside of Asia is not very convenient. Most itineraries will require either changing airports (likely in Seoul between Gimpo and Incheon), or spending a night in some other city. Your best bet is to try to sandwich the flight to Jeju between time in other cities in Asia. Jeju airport is undergoing active expansion so keep an eye out as more convenient routes may pop up in the near future.
*Furthermore, an extensive series of inter-city (''shi-wei'') buses run between the inter-city bus terminals of Jeju City and Seogwipo by one of a number of different routes. All buses servicing western Jeju pass by Halla Medical Center in Jeju City and most by Jungmun Tourist Resort Complex in Seogwipo making these alternate departure points. Prices for the bus vary by distance between 1000 won for a short trip and 3000 won to go between the two end points. The ones cutting the centre of the island (primarily feeding the start points of the Mt Halla hiking trails) tend to cease operation around sundown, but the coastal routes run until late. As such it is easy to jump on and off, although the cost can mount up. Note that the English information on the island often erroneously translate ''shi-wei'' buses as "local bus" so don't be too concerned if you're directed to the "local bus terminal" when traversing the island end to end.
*The '''Airport Limousine''' (route #600) bus runs every 18-20 minutes between Seogwipo and the airport in Jeju City express, stopping only at a few select stops, including Jungmun Tourist Resort Complex (and International Convention Center), World Cup Stadium and terminating at the Seogwipo KAL Hotel.
All buses on Jeju utilise Seoul's T-money transportation cards and do not accept Busan Mybi, Daejeon Hakkumi nor Daegu cards.
While the taxi rates are reasonable, the island is large enough that the fares can add up. Hiring a taxi for the day costs about Kw 100 000, but the driver will likely not speak much English, so have the hotel write down the itinerary ahead of time.
* <see name="Manjanggul Lava-tube" alt="" address="" directions="Jeju North Coast" phone="064-710-7908" url="" hours="" price="2000 won" lat="" long="" email="" fax="">A 7 km cave, of which only a 1 km part can be accessed by the public. The tube is up to 23 m high and has been created by lava streams running through. Bring a jacket, since it is fairly cold and water drops from the ceiling. The lava-tubes can be reached by taking the coastal bus from Jeju, then walking the 2.5km from the bus station. It's possible to hitchhike as most cars on the road from the bus station will also be heading to the lava tubes. One of Jeju's three [[World Heritage Site|UNESCO World Natural Heritage]] rated attractions.</see>
* <see name="Seongsan Ilchubong" alt="" address="Seongsan" directions="" phone="064
* <see name="Hallim Park" alt="" address="" directions="" phone="" email="" fax="" url="http://www.hallimpark.co.kr" hours="" price="">Take a stroll through a 27.000m2 botanical garden including 2 caves. The park's total area is divided into 16 gardens, including a tropical garden, garden of Washington palms, a garden of foliage plants, and a bonsai gardens with bonsai trees that are over 150 years old. Also has a Folk Village.</see>
* <see name="Yeomiji Botanic Garden" alt="" address="" directions="" phone=""
* <see name="Iho Beach" alt="" address="" directions="about 7 km east of Jeju-City" phone="" email="" fax="" url="" hours="" price="">A beach, whose main feature is two types of sand, one dark gray, one yellow which produces brilliant structural effects in the water. There is a variety of diving schools in town. Best seen during the late summer months, when the water is not too cold for swimming.</see>
* "Ripley's Believe it or Not" museum and collection of oddities. A massive exhibit of the bizarre and exotic from around the world. Can easily take a few hours to get through there is so much contained within. Across from the Teddy Bear museum near Seogwipo.
At 1,950 m (6,400 ft), this is Jeju's most distinctive landmark, and South Korea's highest peak. Furthermore, it is one of Jeju's three [[World Heritage Site|UNESCO World Natural Heritage Sites]].
There are five hiking routes available, only two of which actually goes to Baeknok Lake (''Baekrokdam'' 백록담) at the top. Despite this, the routes terminating at Witse Oreum (윗세오름) are in themselves popular for good reason. Note that the trails are regularly closed and re-opened for conservational reasons. The 1.5 km route linking the trails on the west side and the top of Mt Halla has been closed for some time. Witse Oreum has a manned rest house and a ''very'' basic shop that sells coffee and ramen.
* '''Eorimok''' (어리목) - A 4.7 km longish (+1km from the bus stop to the trail start), gentle and fairly consitently sloped walk up a forested valley. In winter, the trail is packed with children using the packed down snow for sledding downhill (bring an E-mart bag!) Has a rest house and basic shop at the trail start. Terminates at Witse Oreum.
[[Image:Jeju loveland.jpg|thumb|200px|Jeju's infamous Loveland]]
* <do name="Loveland" alt="" address="680-26, Yeon-dong, Jeju" directions="On the road between Jeju City and Seogwipo. 1500 won by intercity bus, about 10,000 won by taxi." phone=""
* <do name="Kimyoung Maze" alt="" address="San16 Gimyong-ri Ggujwa-up, Jeju-si" directions="About 500 m down the road from the Manjanggul lava-tube cave." url="http://www.jejumaze.com" hours="" price="3300 won, discounts off-peak">A Jeju-shaped hedge maze which is interestingly complex and fun to walk through. The hedges are evergreen so it runs all year round. The maze claims fewer than 5% of visitors complete it in under 5 minutes, and the layout tends not to favor blind-luck too heavily so try timing yourself.</do>
Restaurants are scattered across the entire island, usually near highway intersections, but the majority naturally lie aroun the coast and particularly in the urban centers of [[Jeju (city)|Jeju City]] and [[Seogwipo|Jungmun/Seogwipo]].
Except for Gecko's in the South, there aren't any other genuine Western pubs on the island, but there are some good options. In Jeju city, all the real partying establishments are located in Shin-Jeju, about a 5,000 taxi ride from Jeju city proper. Some of the establishments in this area rumored to be worthwhile are La Vie, Boris Brewery, Modern Time, Blue Agave, and GP.
There is also Led Zeppelin, a vinyl bar which as the name suggests
For budget travellers, ''jjimjillbangs'' are pretty ubiquitous in Jeju City but outside of the capital city's limits, the only other ''jjimjillbang'' options exist under the World Cup Stadium in Seogwipo.