Monday, September 17, 2012

Jeju Hiking Inn

NOTE: Another scheduled post again cause I am tripping again. My 6th international trip for this year.

When comes to accommodation, the main concern will mostly relating to the price. Since we had paid RM285 for return flight from Seoul to Jeju Island, my friends suggested to search for cheap accommodation in order to keen within the budget. After doing extensive research, I came across this Jeju Hiking Inn which only surcharged less than RM20 per night for a person. Plus, it only required 10% down payment and we paid the rest upon check-in. 

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Situated in Seogwipo City that overlooks the Seogwipo harbour and it is just few distance away from the beautiful Cheonjiyeon Falls (click here).

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We booked Deluxe 3 Bed Private Ensuite that comes with a queen bed and a double decker bed. The room is quite small but since we didn't brought along our huge and heavy luggage bags with us, so we didn't bother with that. The only thing that annoying me was since the room was located on 5th floor, therefore the WiFi connection was not strong enough. I can't live without Internet!

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Although Jeju Hiking Inn is somehow alike backpackers' hostel, but it enclosed with private bathroom for every room. It's looks old but it's quite clean. They even provided us with basis toiletries such as bath gel, shampoo, towels and hot shower.

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The front-desk with good English speaking owner. I read lots of negative review relating to the owner but when myself personally asked the owner few questions, he replied me with friendly tone. He even helped us to find taxi driver for us. I guess depends on his mood.

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The living room and this is the place where I got strong WiFi connection.

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Facilities included a well-equipped self-catering kitchen

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Free computer with Internet for the customers

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And even do some workout at their mini gym.

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If you wanna wander around Jeju Island using bicycle, you can rent from this inn for 10,000 won per day.

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Recommended by Lonely Planet but if you are travel with high-moderate maintenance, this inn is probably not your best choice.

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Less than RM20 per night for an air-conditioner room enclosed with private bathroom would be perfect choice for the backpackers and for those who wanna stay in Jeju Island for short period like us, but frankly speaking, I personally will not stay here for second time. Maybe should try Yeha Guesthouse next time (click here).

How To Get To Jeju Hiking Inn:
Take limousine bus from Jeju International Airport (Line 600) and get off at Seogwipo Bus Stop which located opposite of Sunbeach Hotel. Walk ahead in the direction of Cheonjiyeon Falls and it's on the right hand-side. The journey from airport by bus took 1 hour and 10 minutes and the fare is 5,000 won.
Jeju Hiking Inn Map
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For more information, please check out Jeju Hiking Inn official website:  

8 comments:

  1. that would be perfect for me already.. :D.. he he he.. plus, they got GYM!!!

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  2. wah..nice nice..even got gym..anyway i always like the common room of any guest house..that's where we get to interact with other fellow travellers. :D

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  3. i think the room is simple and nice..
    and also price is cheap..

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  4. haiii

    u booking jeju hiking inn ni melalui apa ya? Agoda?

    thanks

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    1. Hi,

      I booked this lodge from its official website. You try click on the reservation button and you need to pay 10% of deposit in advanced. http://reservations.bookhostels.com/hikinginn.com/

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  5. Hello there! is breakfast provided in Jeju Hiking Inn?

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