|Jangsaengpo Whale Watching Cruise (장생포 고래바다여행선)|
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Jangsaengpo Whale Cultural District located in Nam-gu, Ulsan-si, is the nation's
only facility that has a whale watching infrastructure in place. The whale cultural district is famous for the
whale-themed tour program featuring a whale watching cruise, a whale museum and the
whale ecology familiarization tour. The whale watching cruise was first launched in July 2009.
In April 2013, the ship was upgraded to a 550-ton cruise liner with 399 crew members,
therefore offering an even more enjoyable whale watching tour.
|The government has designated Jangsaengpo as a Whale Cultural Zone.
(by the Ministry of Trade, Industry & Energy on July 25, 2008)
|Approx. 3 hours|
|Operating hours: April-November, 2015
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Sunday 14:00-17:00
Individuals – Adults (ages 13 or older) 20,000 won / Children (ages 3 to 12) 10,000 won
Groups of 20 people or more – Adults 15,000 won / Children 7,000 won
Individuals – Adults (ages 13 or older) 55,000 won / Children (ages 3 to 12) 35,000 won
* No group discount fee available
* If no dolphins are seen during the cruise, the admission to Dolphin ecological experience hall will be free of charge.
|- 1F Grand reception hall, stage for performance, buffet table
- 2F Restaurant, coffee shop, VIP room, karaoke (노래방, noraebang)
- 3F Outdoor terrace, stage for performance, snack bar, etc.
|Facilities for the Handicapped|
|A designated parking area for the disabled|
|Paid (Note, four hour parking ticket offered for people using the cruise ship)|
|Reservation Info. for Natives|
|Reservation Info. for Foreigners|
|Pets must be leashed and cleaned up after at all times.|
|From Seoul Express Bus Terminal, take an express bus bound for Ulsan Express Bus Terminal.
Take a bus 246 at the terminal and get off at Jangsaengpo Whale Museum.