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Welcome to Myeongdong folks,

Korean Cosmetics Shops at Myeongdong

Myeongdong has become one of the famous shopping spot both for local tourists and foreign visitors from all around the world. It offers large shopping complex and entertainment in Seoul.


Myeongdong is well-known as shopping paradise by compulsive shoppers. It provides various types of stores and shopping mall, from discounted items to designer products, the branded one. Myeongdong also offers different type of products for kids, youngsters, young adults and old people. They sell fashion (including dresses, shirts, t-shirts, skirts, pants, trousers, hats, bags, socks and shoes). For people who like to do make up and skin care regimen, they can find stores with famous Korean cosmetics brands, like: The faceshop, Tonymoly, Laneige, Etude house, Nature republic, Innisfree, Skinfood, Holika-holika, Missha, Peri-pera and a lot of other brands sold in Myeongdong. The size of the cosmetics shops is larger with more choices of products and prices are also twice cheaper compared to another Asian Countries.

Besides that, you can find the branded clothing stores; Zara, GAP, Forever21, Esprit, Elle, Mango, Tommy Hilfiger, Nike, PUMA, Reeboks, Converse, and many more. Also, many foreign visitors, especially from Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, China and Indonesia who love K-pop come to Seoul to shop for original K-pop items like CD’s, posters, organizers, calendars, magazines, souvenirs, phone cases, etc. Everything you want want, Myeongdong has it all! It’s a paradise for K-pop lovers! Do not miss to visit Myeongdong’s hot shopping malls, like: Migliore, Lotte Department Store, Noon Square, and M Plaza, too!


All the stores and shopping complex in Myeongdong start their business at 10 am to 10 pm. Usually, all the visitors are already here at 10 am because they do not want to miss their breakfast in Myeongdong. A lot of street foods sold in Myeongdong, one of the famous dish is still Korean Food, like Kimchi (fermented Korean cabbage), Bibimbap (mixed rice), Bungeoppang (Fish-shaped pastry), Pajeon (Korean pancake), Mandu (Korean dumpling), Hotteok (Korean Pancake), Gimbap/ kimbab (Korean sushi), Sundae (blood sausage), Twigim (fried snacks), Odeng (fish cakes), Dakkochi (korean skewer chicken), tteokbokki (spicy sticky rice),Bindaetteok (mungbean pancakes), Bundegi (boiled silkworm larvae), Ojingeo gui (grilled squid), Muneodarigui (grilled octopus leg), jwipo (smoked cuttlefish) and many many more. Hungry… hungry…
You should check Myeongdong out in the evening, started from 6pm to 7pm to visit their street bazaar, they are selling very cheap stuffs, like clothing, shoes, food and beverages.

Street Food, Myeongdong



For local tourist and foreign visitors who plan to visit Seoul, make sure that you stay somewhere around Subway Train Station. It will be very convenient for you to go around the city. Because Myeongdong is located very close to Myeongdong Train Station.

Train Ticket Price:
– The one way ticket from Incheon Airport to AREX Seoul Station is KRW14,300 (US$13.50)
– From Seoul Station to Myeong-dong Station, the Subway ticket price is KRW1,150 (US$0.99)

Express Non-stop Train from Incheon International Airport Station to Myeongdong Train Station (This route will take up to 1 hour and 15 minutes):
1. Take the Airport Railway Express (AREX) train from Incheon International Airport Station to Seoul Station,
2. At Seoul Station, change to LINE 4 of Seoul Metropolitan Subway to get to Myeong-dong, which is only 2 stations away from Seoul Station,
3. Get off at Myeong-dong station.

Note: Myeongdong Station has 10 exits, depends on where you want to go.

Incheon International Airport Express Railway Station, Seoul
Incheon International Airport Express Railway Station, Seoul


In Myeongdong, there are plentiful of money changers around the street that provide currency exchange services. The business starts at 10 am to 10 pm. They are willing to accept different kind of foreign currencies, like China RMB, USD, Euro, Japanese Yuan, Malaysia Ringgit, Indonesia Rupiah and many more. Here in Myeongdong, the money changer businesses are very competitive, at the end you can get the best exchange rates in Seoul.


Here are the most popular hotels that are less than 30 meters from the exits of Myeongdong Subway Station:
1. Nine Tree Hotel, Myeongdong (30 meters from EXIT 8 of Myeongdong Subway Station);
2. Sejong Hotel (right in front of EXIT 8 of Myeongdong Subway Station);
3. Prince Hotel (right in front of EXIT 2 of Myeongdong Subway Station ).

Nine Tree Hotel, Myeongdong
Sejong Hotel, Myeongdong
Sejong Hotel, Myeongdong
Prince Hotel, Myeongdong

Some reasons to keep in mind why you should stay at hotels in Myeongdong:

– it is a strategic area and easy access to Myeongdong Subway Station,

– it is very close to most of shopping complex/ mall, street foods and restaurants,

– direct shuttle bus is available from Incheon International Airport to Myeongdong,

– it is a happening tourist spot in Seoul, you can see different kind of people from around the world here!

***1 Korea Won = 0.00086 USD***

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Agoda.com offers SG $50 discount on some top hotels for the Great Singapore Sale

Singapore (PRWEB) April 29, 2015

Agoda.com, one of Asia’s leading hotel booking sites and part of Nasdaq-listed Priceline Group (Nasdaq:PCLN), has collected a list of hotels in Singapore offering discounts of SG $ 50, just in time for the Great Singapore Sale, the island nation’s giant annual shopping festival. This year the event runs from 29 May – 26 July.

Asia is famous for its markets and shopping centers, none so much as in Singapore. What started 20 years ago to give a boost to the island nation’s then-burgeoning shopping scene has turned into an annual event offering sales, specials and deals on a huge selection of merchandise. From individuals selling homemade wares, to independent merchants and right up to global brands, every sector of the retail industry will be represented.

The Singaporeans make shopping fun and enjoyable. Once the shopping is finished, visit one of Singapore’s many museums or art galleries, stroll amid the amazing architecture at Marina Bay, or relax on the beach on Sentosa Island. In the evening, head to a rooftop bar to gaze across the city’s futuristic skyline, or check out the cafes and entertainment in one of its popular live music venues.

They also make shopping easy. A sophisticated transportation system and efficient network of indoor and outdoor walkways ensure easy transportation between malls, markets, parks, and most any area of the city. It’s never been easier to get in and get around.

To make the experience even easier, Agoda.com has collected a list of hotels that are offering a SG $ 50 discount on stays of at least 2 nights. To see participating hotels, head to our press center, and look for the room marked “GSS50” on the hotel’s page.

For more details on the Great Singapore Sale, visit http://www.greatsingaporesale.com.sg.

Hotels In Little India Singapore

Would you like to look around through countless shops filled with fascinating merchandise along the hotels in Little India Singapore? Little India Singapore weaves an aromatic path through one of the busiest areas in Singapore to offer the culture of a wonderful vacation in a place with an Indian ambience. A stroll down Serangoon Road, its main artery lined with a pleiad of Indian shops and restaurants, is something that shouldn’t be missed. It feels like entering a completely new world.

No trip to Little India is complete without an all-night shopping spree at the 24-hour emporium, Mustafa Centre, based at the corner of Serangoon and Syed Alwi Roads. Don’t be fooled by its inconspicuous exterior because this giant department store is a veritable treasure trove of household knick-knacks, decorative items, foods both packaged and fresh, Indian spices, a great exhibit of apparel and textiles, electronic items along with other ubiquitous buys, all at some of the lowest fixed prices in Singapore. Mustafa Centre is where discount shopping on almost everything under the sun is available 24 hours a day. The plush rooms in Mustafa Centre, secured by a key card system, await you at the end of an inspiring day of buying and entertainment or power packed business meetings.

Little India, which reflects the character of the Tamil community, offers an additional sensuous, vibrant lifestyle. Occupying a beautifully restored shophouse along Perak Road, Perak Hotel (formerly Perak Lodge) is perfectly placed in a conservation area, a popular place of interest with abundance of character and charm. There is a dining room where daily breakfast is served and the sunny courtyard is the right oasis after a days outing. All rooms of Ambassador Hotel are on the upper floor of a row of beautifully restored traditional Singaporean shophouses. It offers a collection of 25 cozy, elegantly decorated rooms fitted with all the novel amenities to bring you an enjoyable stay.

All the rooms are set in pre-war shophouses, with intricate carvings and motifs, and displaying contemporary facilities, pleasing both to the business as well as the leisure traveler. Thus while they do not serve breakfast in-house, you can enjoy a wide variety of food, at most reasonable prices, all round the hotels. The coffee house at the hotel offers an impressive range of regional specialties, semi-buffet menus and an extensive a la carte meal. The banquet room caters to meetings, seminars, informal parties and wedding receptions.

Other hotels in Little India Singapore include Hotel 81-Selegie which is conveniently located near the landmark Peace Centre and just minutes on foot from the Little India MRT. Rates at some Fragrance Hotels include complimentary breakfast, which partially explains the difference in prices. Look at a Singapore transit map before booking at a specific Fragrance Hotel; it’s best to book hotels within easy walking distance of Singapore’s well-connected and easy-to-use transit system.

To find out more information about Hotels In Little India Singapore, visit my site at: http://www.littleindiasingapore.org

Singapore Hotels Are Known Globally For Luxurious Accommodation Facilities

Singapore tourism competes well with its regional rival cities such as Bangkok, Hong Kong, Tokyo and Shanghai. Singapore being a city-state in style of Greek city states attracts travelers from around the world. The transformation of a commercial city Singapore to a popular tourist destination has been made possible by governmental efforts. The government has announced that the city area would be transformed into a more exciting place by lighting up the civic and commercial buildings.

Singapore is showing a unique model of successful development. Consisting of 63 islands including mainland Singapore. With human maneuvering and natural beauty endowed to Singapore by nature, Singapore tourism is an exciting traveling experience. With sophistication in medical facilities and amenities wide number of tourists comes for medical checkups and operations. Recent trends show Singapore is developing itself as a medical tourism center in East Asia earning nearly USD 3 billion in revenue.

‘The Merlion,’ a popular tourist attraction in Singapore was designed as an emblem for the Singapore Tourism Board (STB) in 1964 by Mr Fraser Brunner. Some major tourist attractions in Singapore like Singapore Zoo, CHIJMES – The Singapore Art Museum, Clarke Quay, St Josephs Church, Fort Siloso, Little India, Chinatown Heritage Centre, Changi Village, etc. offer enthralling tourism experience to travelers are known globally.

Singapore is dotted with numerous tourist attractions such as Statues of Sir Stamford Raffles, Changi Chapel and Museum, Sentosa Island, East Coast Park, and many others. Accommodation facilities in Singapore are of international standard and match to best hospitality standard world over. Hotels in Singapore offer comprehensive range of accommodation facilities to travelers at affordable tariff. Moreover, various luxury hotels in Singapore are preferred accommodation for business travelers.

Star Singapore hotels such as Amara Hotel, Carlton Hotel, Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel, Marina Mandarin Hotel, Pan Pacific Singapore Hotel, Hotel 1929, Link Hotel, the Elizabeth-A Far East Hotel, Traders Hotel, Aspinals Hotel, and many others facilitate travelers with standard accommodation facilities and amenities. Our Singapore hotels list enables you to choose best possible option for staying in Singapore.

Singapore hotels such as Fragrance Hotel, Fragrance Hotel – Ruby, Fragrance Hotel – Sapphire, Garden Hotel, Hotel 81 Orchid, Albert Court Hotel, Hotel 81 Gold, Hotel 81 Hollywood, Hangout @ Mt Emily Hotel, Summer Tavern Hotel, Fragrance Hotel – Joo Chiat, Fragrance Backpackers Hostel, and many others offer fascinating range of accommodation facilities to travelers at affordable tariff. Additional requirements of accommodations are being fulfilled by various hostels run by YMCA and YWCA.

Star hotels in Singapore offer facilities such as round the clock room service, airport pick & drop, swimming pool, internet, bar, gym, restaurant, massage center, conferencing facilities, and many others.

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