Korea Spring RoadTrip (April 2017) – Yeosu –> Suncheon: Suncheon Bay National Garden (순천만국가정원)

Suncheon Bay National Garden is the No.1 National Garden that was built to turn the natural habitat into a conversative area.

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This place is fairly huge and is divided into east and west sections, which are linked via the dream bridge. It is recommended for you to:

1, Spend at least one full day here

2, Grab the free map at the entrance for navigating around

*If you were fortunate, you might even get a free mask sample upon registration.

3, Decide which sections you would like to explore

  • Suncheon Bay International Wetland Center
  • Korean Traditional Graden
  • Dream Bridge
  • Suncheon Lake Garden
  • Korean Medicine Experience Center
  • Metasequoia Path

4, Consider the below transportation modes as it is quite huge to cover on foot:

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Transportation Modes Price Boarding Place
Tour Bus 3, 000 won In front of French Garden
Sky Cube 8, 000 won Suncheon Bay Garden Station <-> Literature Hall Station
Ecological Tour Ship 7, 000 won

In front of Mujin Bridge <-> Suncheon Bay Wetland

As time is pressing for us, we chose to only explore certain sections of the garden but on foot:

1, Suncheon Bay International Wetland Center

This is a general exhibition center which publicize Suncheon Bay’s ecological importance. It is pretty huge by itself and has a lot to explore:

i. Wetland Centre Auditorium

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ii. Wild Animal Park

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iii. Indoor Garden

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2, Dream Bridge

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This bridge was assembled with 30 containers and it links the west and east part of the garden.

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Itself, it is an art gallery and art work that display paintings about dreams and hopes from children around the globe.

3, Suncheon Lake Garden

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Suncheon Lake Garden is the iconic view of Suncheon National Bay Garden, designed by world-class designer Charles Jenks. It is the mini versions of mountains and streams in Suncheon.

Visiting the National Bay Garden during spring season is truly a blessing:

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