South Korea now has a new tourist destination, namely Purple Island. As the name suggests, this island offers hotel buildings to bridges that are all purple.
For travelers who like to hunt Photogenic, it is suitable to visit Banwol Island and Parkji Island, which have now been transformed into completely purple.
Collected by Landdisposition.com from various sources, this tourist destination was only inaugurated in the summer of 2020 by the Sinan government, South Jeolla Province, South Korea.
The transformation of the two islands into Purple Island was deliberately done to attract the attention of tourists who come there. Not only the buildings painted purple, and the local government has also planted 40 thousand lavender flowers, thousands of trees, and other purple plants.
One of the spots that have become a tourist attraction is the Cheonsa Bridge. This bridge connects Banwol Island with Parkji Island. The best time to come here is at night. The main thing you can do is take a photo against a purple bridge as a backdrop. If you are satisfied taking pictures, a traveler can also enjoy the sea view over the bridge.
Purple Island has also provided some accommodations for tourists. Starting from hotel rooms, restaurants, to toilets, of course, they have also been painted purple. A traveler also doesn’t need to worry about transportation. Purple Island provides purple cars that can be rented by tourists.
If you want to spend the night, you need to prepare an accommodation fee of 50,000 won per night. Until now, the local government is still developing tourism on the island. Local tourists have arrived there.