Spouse Program

* Free of charge

Spouses of the following attendees can join the spouse program for both days.

1. Head of Delegation
2. Panel and Speaker of Seminar
3. Presenter of Country Investment Forum
4. Member of AIIB's IAP(International Advisory Panel)
5. Minister-Level Figure
6. Member Country Ambassador to Korea
7. High-Profile Figure Comparable to the above

Please make a reservation preferably before June 9, 2017. The confirmation email will be sent within 3 days after reservation. For more information, please contact us at tour@aiib2017.org.

Spouse Program Reservation

Wonder Island (Yacht Tour & Local Market)

bonte Museum

“bonte” means “original form,” and the Museum was established in search of the original beauty of humankind on the picturesque land of Jeju Island in 2012. The Museum is dedicated to seeking inspirational new future values by sharing the beauty of Korean lifestyles with the global community and by exploring the traditional craft and contemporary art of Korea. Since its inauguration in 2012, bonte museum has continued to expand its facilities, including Gallery 3 and Gallery 4. The Special exhibition Kusama Yayoi: A Dream in Jeju was hosted in August 2014, and in the following month, the Seoul Annex was built.

Yacht Tour Shangri-La

Tourists can watch Jeju’s best coastal scenery such as Jusangjeolidae (a spectacular volcanic rock formation), and experience a sea fishing in the middle of the sea. They also can drink a wine and tea listening to music, and take a rest in a bedroom. They can eat directly-caught fishes and take a photo.

Seogwipo Utopia Road / Maeil Olle Market

Seogwipo Utopia Road has four subtopics - Human Forest, Human house, Human Ocean, and Human Road. To experience the project, tourists can take a leisurely stroll, 4.3km in total, which includes the Village Art Project Community Center on Lee Joong Seob Street.

Seogwipo Maeil Olle Market is a traditional market. It is called Jeju tourism No. 1 because it is popular with both locals and tourists. This market opened in 1960 and sells various kinds of items such as agricultural and marine, general merchandise, clothes etc.

UNESCO World Natural Heritage

Jeju Stone Park

Located in Jocheon-eup, Jeju-si, Jeju Stone Park was inspired by Jeju's history of myth, stone and spirit. The main theme consists of the legend about Seolmundae Halmang (Grandmother Seolmundae) who created Jeju Island and the stones of Obaek Janggun (the Five Hundreds Generals). The park provides a historical and cultural space where collected stones express Jeju's foundation and culture.

Aqua Planet

Aqua Planet Jeju boasts the largest aquarium facility among East Asian countries. Housing over 5,000 marine creatures from domestic regions and abroad, the Jeju branch is a highly recommended place to visit for all, especially for family visitors. This museum offers versatile features, including an aquarium as the main attraction, in addition to Marine Science, Kiz Planet and many more convenience facilities. A hands-on experience is also available where children can touch real-life sea animals and partake in many of the science and history classes that are on-going throughout the year.

Aqua Planet, which is run by the Hanhwa Hotels and Resorts group, has several branches located throughout Korea. However, one particular program that is only found at the Jeju branch is "Haenyeo's Achim," which directly translates into 'the diving women's morning' in English. In this program, visitors are able to witness how Jeju haenyeo (female divers) catch various shellfish, seaweeds and more items underwater.

Jeju World Natural Heritage Center

Jeju World Natural Heritage Center was established to promote the value of UNESCO World Natural Heritage. It is comprised of various facilities including a 4D video room, lava tunnel experience, origins of Jeju-do, and many other activities that visitors can learn and experience first-hand. Jeju World Natural Heritage Center is located in the Geomunoreum Lava Tube System, which was designated as UNESCO World Heritage in 2007, one of 20 ecological tourism spots by Ministry of Environment of Korea in 2009, as well as a Korean-style ecological tourism model.