|Traversing Korea on the Luxury Train Rail Cruise Haerang|
“Haerang” first launched in November 2008 and is a train for land-based travel to major tourist destinations in Korea. Just like a luxury cruise ship, Haerang is equipped with all the modern comforts and conveniences such as accommodation facilities, cafés and karaoke bars. The name of this Korean Blue Train “Haerang” means “with the sun”. Inspired by the native Korean words (as against sino-Korean words), the name conveys the idea of being the best premium rail cruise to experience South Korea’s natural beauty while accompanied by the sun.
Haerang's guest rooms range from family rooms to deluxe rooms and suites. All passenger rooms are equipped with a bed, bathroom, a TV and air conditioning, allowing for a relaxing and comfortable stay. Beds are soft, but firm, reducing the rocking motion of the train for a good night’s sleep. To ensure the privacy and security of guests, each room can only be accessed by individual keycards with access control systems.
The dining car is a combined restaurant and café with a wide variety of snacks and beverages, served with a smile; muffins and cookies, as well as coffee, wine and juice are available for free. Take a journey through Korea’s most beautiful travel destinations with all the creature comforts that Haerang has to offer: comfortable rooms, hospitable staff, various entertainment programs, pleasant viewing areas, and delicious meals.
Haerang Tourist Programs
Haerang offers mainly two programs: 2days/1night and 3days/2nights. Ssimille and Haeoreum are two-day, one-night trips that start every Saturday morning while Aura is three-day, two-night trip that starts every Tuesday morning.
One-night, two-day trip (Ssimille/Haeoreum)
• Ssimille Trip Itinerary (Southwest region of Korea)
|Suite room (for two) 2.32mil won, Deluxe room (for two) 1.95mil won, Family room (for 3 people) 2.39mil won|
|Suite room (for two) 1.54mil won, Deluxe room (for two) 1,28mil won, Family room (for 3 people) 1,55mil won|
※ Haerang tourist program changes every three months. The above itinerary is the schedule for April to June 2013. For future changes and updates, please see the news section or go to the Haerang website.
Last updated on March 19, 2013