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The Ramsar Convention is an international treaty signed in 1971 to preserve the world’s wetlands. The Ramsar Culture Center promotes this mission and exhibits its history and highlights. The center educates visitors on the importance of preserving Junam Wetland Park and the cultural value of wetlands.
Here visitors can view around 120 wetland posters from 40 countries, 15 wetland CDs, and 100 books on wetlands. There are also 1,060 stamps from 30 Asian countries and 10 previous Ramsar host countries, and also that feature the migratory birds of Junam Wetlands Park.
After exploring the center, you can take one of the free bicycles and go out to the wetlands to see the reservoir and migratory birds.
|Every Monday (April - September), Seollal, Chuseok|
|Admission / Participation Fees|
|1. Take the local bus at Changwon Train Station. Get off at the entrance of the Junam Reservoir and walk 10 minutes from the entrance.
- Buses: No. 25-5 (every 2 hours, 6:25 am - 9:40 pm), No. 21-6 (every 2 hours, 8:45 am - 9:30 pm), No. 21-8 (every 2 hours, 5:30 am - 6:30 pm), No. 91 (every 3 hours, 7:30 am - 10:30 pm)
2. Take the local bus at the Changwon Intercity Bus Terminal. Get off at the entrance of the Junam Reservoir and walk 10 minutes from the entrance.
- Buses: No. 92-4 (every three hours, 6:20 am - 8:50 pm/ takes 35 - 40 minutes), No. 392 (every 3 and 30 minutes, 5:40 am - 7:40 pm/ takes 35-40 minutes)
-Masan Bus Office: +82-55-242-3799 (Korean)
|junam.changwon.go.kr (Korean, English)|