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Guide for Trip to the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics

Guess what? The 2018 or the XXIII Winter Olympics is going to be held from 9th to 25th February 2018 in Pyeongchang County, South Korea! So, if witnessing this epic multi-sport event was part of your dream bucket list, then here’s what you need to do now:

Getting the Tickets

You can buy 2018 Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Olympics official tickets online. If you are planning your trip to South Korea from Malaysia or Singapore, you can book your tickets and plan your stays by browsing through the cheapest deals and offers from Couponkoz and get up to 20% discount on travel.

Travelling and Accommodation

You can reach at the Incheon International Airport, Seoul, by booking the cheapest flight tickets. However, the closest international airport to the Olympic event is Yangyang.

Park and Ride system sponsored by 2018 Winter Olympics can be utilized by ticket holders to move across Pyeongchang, Jeongseong, Gangneung and Bokwang.

Use the Spectator Guide to know more about Pyeongchang Olympic Plaza, Cultural Events, Live sites, NOC and OCOGs houses, sports activities and more during the 2018 Winter Olympics.

Main Events

The main events that are going to be held during the 2018 Winter Olympics are: Alpine Skiing, Biathion, Bobsleigh, Cross Country Skiing, Curling, Figure Skating, Freestyle Skiing, Ice Hockey, Luge, Nordic Combined, Short Track Speed Skating, Skeleton, Ski Jumping, Snowboarding and Speed Skating.

Popular Things to Do in Pyeongchang

You can also plan your stay at the cheapest rates with Oyo rooms coupons and explore Pyongchang at its best during these winter months. Besides the winter Olympics, here are the top things to do in Pyeongchang:

  • Phoenix Snow Park – Known for its spectacular panoramic views, the resort consists of seven trails and 21 ski courses that will keep up the excitement of the sportsman in you during this Olympic season.
  • Woljeongsa – The Hyoseok Cultural Festival and Wolijeongsa Temple tour is a not to be missed seasonal extravaganza that will showcase the enigma of the Buddhist culture, pagodas, all amidst the beautiful landscape of buckwheat flowers.
  • Gangwon Province – from lifestyle and customs of the ancient people of Ararichon Village, to the thematic Hwaam cave and experiencing the intangible cultural heritage with the Jeongseon Arirang, the Jeongseong city tour is worth of an experience in South Korea.