My Jeju Map

As I’m preparing for my upcoming trip to Jeju, decided to put together this map of my accommodation, attractions I plan to visit, and interesting vegetarian/halal-friendly/ halal food places in Jeju for my reference.   Hopefully others will find the map useful too! (This map is still a work in progress and will be continuously updated over June – Aug 2015 as I plan my trip). (Also see my Seoul map here).

Last Updated: 4 July 2015

Note: Those labelled “Tried & Tested by Ms. RaRa” are those that I’ve actually visited on my last trip. Other places were found based on my research online. When you click on each place on the map, you will also also see links to blogs/websites that I referred to. Click on those for more info. The following are my main references.

Presentation on visiting Korea for the Wander Women

I’m a member of Wander Women, a meetup group set up for female travellers in Singapore. Had the chance to do a sharing about visiting Korea (focusing on Jeju Island and Suncheon Bay) to the group on 30 May. Thanks to the Korea Tourism Office in Singapore for providing us a space at Korea Plaza to hold the session. Thanks as well to Melody, Wander Women founder, and fellow speakers Wendy and Elizabeth. Elizabeth was our star speaker for the day – she is a travel ambassador for Korea under the KTO Global Seoul Mate programme and has blogged extensively about her trravel exploits on https://polkadotyyann.wordpress.com/.   In the spirit of sharing, below are the slides that I prepared for the event. (Wave to those who were at the session! Do leave a comment below to say hi :))

My map of Seoul

I first started putting together this map for my first trip to Seoul in Apr 2014. It indicates halal/halal-friendly/vegetarian eating places and shopping areas. Decided to add on to it as I plan my 3rd trip to Seoul (in Aug this yr). It is still a work in progress and will be continuously updated over June-August 2015. You can zoom in and click on the icons for more details. Give me a shout-out in the comments section if you find it useful 🙂

Last updated: 2 June 2015