|Anmin Hill (안민고개)|
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|Anmin Hill is a 9-kilometer-long hill that reaches from Taebaek-dong in Jinhae-gu to Anmin-dong in Changwon-si. Six of the nine kilometers are lined with cherry blossoms, making up the famous Jinhae Cherry Blossom Tunnel. The hill is also known for its view of Jinhaeman Bay, Ungsan Mountain (alt. 703m), Sirubong Peak (alt. 630m), Cheonjabong Peak (502m), and Jinhaeman Sea. The hill is dotted with benches placed about 100m apart, offering visitors a comfortable way to catch the view and enjoy the cherry trees.
Also of note is the Anmin Saengtaegyo Bridge (Anmin Ecology Bridge), which was built as a passageway for wild animals to travel between Jangboksan and Ungsan mountains after the mountains were cut off by the Anmin Tourism Road running from Jinhae and Changwon. The hiking trail to Jangboksan Mountain past the Anmin Saengtaegyo Bridge is closed in the spring as part of fire prevention measures.
| From Jinhae Bus Terminal/Jinhae Station, take Bus 551 or a taxi to Anmin Hill
From Masan Intercity Bus Terminal or Masan Station, take Bus 162 or 760.
Get off at Jinhae Suhyeop Bus Stop (진해수협).