Visit Lotte World, Seoul, South Korea
Updated: 6 days ago
There is no need to check the weather forecast when visiting Lotte World. Lotte World is the world's largest INDOOR theme park (though there is also an outdoor section of the park). Besides the theme park, you can also find a variety of stores, restaurants, and an aquarium close to the amusement park. Lotte World is located in Seoul, South Korea and it is only a 25 minutes ride away from the city centre.
How to get to Lotte World?
The easiest way to get to Lotte World is to take Subway Line 2 or 8 and head to Jamsil station. From there, you will just have to follow the signs to get to the entrance of Lotte World
You know you're close when you see Lotty and Lorry, the mascots of Lotte World!
To get into the park, there are two different tickets you can purchase. If you would just like to take a look around the indoor park, purchase the Admission Only (36,000 won) tickets. Otherwise, purchase the Daily Passport (52,000 won) which allows you to go on all the rides on top of the admission tickets! You can also purchase your tickets online on Klook, they do have promotions now and then and you may even get them cheaper than purchasing it at the door! For travellers who wish to only take a look around the park, you can also consider going after 4pm or 7pm for cheaper admission tickets!
Don't forget to also visit the Magic Kingdom, the outdoor area of the theme park!
Just going for all the rides, you can easily spend the entire day there! When you purchase the Daily Passport, you will also get 3 free FASTPASSes. You can redeem your fast pass at the fast pass machine outside the rides. We suggest that you use the FASTPASS for the more thrilling rides!
The Gyro-Spin was a superbly thrilling ride! And so is the Gyro-Swing. It takes you up and round, allowing you to feel the maximum G-force!
There's also the musical parade in the park, do check what time it is to ensure that you do not miss it!
We hope that you will enjoy Lotte World as much as we did!
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