Research by Agoda shows that travelers are looking for "nature and scenery" which can be found in Jeju Island -- a great destination, even in winter

SEOUL, South Korea, Dec. 10, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- According to new research by Agoda, one of the world's fastest growing digital travel platforms, the top reasons people travel are 'Nature or Scenery', 'Sun, Beaches or Islands', and 'Food & Dining'. Jeju Island, in Korea, has all of these to offerA -- so it's no surprise that it has become so popular. Indeed, with its mountains, beaches, and laid-back lifestyle, Jeju is beloved by both domestic and international travelers. It is the most popular Korean destination (after Seoul) for travelers from all over Asia-Pacific, as Agoda's booking data for the past two years reveals.What travelers may not knowA is that Jeju is a year-round destination. During the summer, of course, Jeju's spectacular beaches draw travelers. But in winter, humidity is lower, skies are clear, and the air is coolerA -- so it's perfect for other kinds of activities, especially hiking in the mountains. And no matter what kind of activities attract travelers, nor whetherA they are looking for a hotel, an apartment, a home, or a villa, the natural splendor of Jeju can be discoveredA while staying at an Agoda-listed property.Let's start with Jeju's coastline, which offers an astonishingly diverse array of natural settings. Jusangjeolli Cliff, one of the island's most famous coastal destinations, can be found in the eastern Jungmun Tourist areas. At the nearby observatory, travelers can enjoy the breathtaking spectacle of waves crashing against huge stone pillar steps. Seongsan Ilchulbong Peak, famous for its picturesque sunrises, offers a glimpse of the nearby mysterious coastal cliff. WhetherA travelers want to climb to the top or prefer to enjoy the view of it from nearby beaches such as Gwangchigi Beach, it's worth seeing. Seopjikoji, well-known as a TV location spot for Korean dramas has a walking trail that offers magnificent coastal views, while Jeongbang Falls offers a unique view of the water falling directly into the sea.Hallasan, the tallest mountain in South Korea, is a prominent feature of the Jeju landscape. A dormant volcano, its peak is almost 2,000 meters above sea level. It's perfectly safeA -- the volcano has not erupted for 1,000 yearsA -- but Jeju's many caves retain the traces of lava's passage, and have long aroused the curiosity of travelers. The Manjanggul Lava Tube, (7.4km long), has a variety of cave formations including the world's largest lava column. The Hyeopjaegul Lava Tube and Ssangyonggul Cave, located in Hallim Park, is a spectacular example lava and limestone caves.Spectacular snow scenes on Hallasan Mountain
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