Sunday, 15 July 2007

Gyeong Ju Sit-tee

What is this you may ask.

A miniature valley of some sort?

Public Toilets?

Those humps, ladies and gents, are tombs or burial mounds found in Tumuli Park in the city of Gyeong-ju, capital of the ancient Silla Kingdom. Located in the south eastern corner of South Korea, it took us a long and tiring 6 hours, with washroom stops, to get there by road. The tombs are assumed to be those of kings and court officials and this particular one belongs to King Michu.
Beautiful greenery

If you could stomach the long ride there but tombs aren't your cup of tea, do visit anyway as the sights and scenes are spectacular. The tree lined paths and beautiful grassy mounds make gorgeous photos.
Trees grown in paths or paths built around trees?

4 comments:

sketch said...

the valleys somehow remind me of teletubbies haha esp the photo with the toilets haha

Hearts & Bones said...

hahaha babe i dont watch teletubbies :p

sketch said...

haha ummm i HAVE to because of the little nephew heheheh :p

G-`FerRo said...

.. awu .. mcm teletubbies banar.... Lala ...

... n yang satu atu .. behapa dorang menanam pokok tangah jalan atu .... ahaks...