So Solomons, so different Explore the hidden paradise of the South Pacific archipelago, comprising of a vast group of 992 breathtaking tropical islands. Experience a culture, rich with traditional custom, arts, dance and the iconic sound of the panpipe music of ‘Are Are’. Catch a glimpse of the fierceness of World War II battles and be touched by the bravery of soldiers by visiting historic war sites in and outside Honiara, on land and under water. Explore Honiara’s cosmopolitan and colorful food market in downtown Honiara, a vibrant and lively melting pot of the Solomon’s. Be mesmerized by the natural beauty of our many wildlife and marine parks including Marovo Lagoon in the Western Province, and the largest saltwater lagoon in the world and home to an array of teeming marine life. Feel the spirit of adventure and enjoy a special piece of paradise or simply relax and discover a culture with a welcoming smile.
Busan is the second largest city in Korea. Its deep harbor and gentle tides have allowed it to grow into the largest container handling port in the country and the fifth largest in the world. The city's natural endowments and rich history have resulted in Busan's increasing reputation as a world class city of tourism and culture.
The Port of Busan is developed, managed and operated by the Busan Port Authority (BPA) which was established in January 2004. The BPA has made it its aim to transform the Port of Busan into a world-class cruise and cargo port.
Korea Tourism Organization aims to establish Korea as a premier destination for tourists and business travelers. Today, the organization focus on developing Korea's tourism industry by promoting international and tourism within Korea, developing the national's tourism resource, conducting R&D, and training tourism-oriented talents.
Solomon IslandsStand No: B16