Suncheonman Bay 순천만습지 Attraction
Address513-25, Suncheonman-gil, Suncheon-si, Jeollanam-do
전라남도 순천시 순천만길 513-25 (대대동)
Opening hour08:00-Before sunset (Observatory at nighttime is opened until 22:00)
Closed on Monday
(When a public holiday falls on Monday, the next day is treated as a holiday)
Jan & Nov-Dec 08:00-17:00
Mar & Oct 08:00-18:00
Apr & Sep 08:00-18:30
Price / FeeAdults (ages 20 or above): Individuals 8,000 won
Teenagers (ages 14-19): Individuals 6,000 won
Children (ages 8-13): Individuals 4,000 won
The fields in Suncheonman Bay is thickly covered with reeds taller than a full-grown man. It is the biggest colony of reeds in Korea. The image of the entire field swaying in the wind is as dazzling as waves on the sea.
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Suncheon Bay: South Korea's Stunning Wetlands - Waegook TomThe landscape is unlike anything else in Korea, and you feel like you’re in a completely foreign country. Even though Suncheon is the third largest city in Jeollanamdo province (after Gwangju and Yeosu), the city has a small town feel to it, not to mention super friendly people who smile and greet you for absolutely no reason whatsoever. Suncheon Bay’s close proximity to the city is possibly one of the reasons for all the smiles – I mean, wouldn’t you be happy if you lived close to somewhere so beautiful?
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Suncheon Bay Ecological Park - Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaSuncheon Bay Ecological Park is a protected natural area near Suncheon, South Korea. It is a bay between Yeosu and Goheung peninsulas, located 8 km (5.0 mi) from the center of Suncheon, with 21.6 km2 (8.3 sq mi) of mudflats and 5.4 km2 (2.1 sq mi) of reed beds.
10 Photo Memories of Suncheon Bay | GRRRL TRAVELERIt was a windy day on a beautiful, winding boardwalk path; the rustling and flexible bend of the reeds inspired a wispy self-reflection, blowing my week’s worries away!