Igidae Urban Nature Park
Igidae Urban Nature Park is not only geologically significant, but is also famous for its beautiful coastal walking paths. In particular, the decks installed along the coastal cliffs serve as the perfect viewpoint for taking in the majestic East Sea as well as the Gwangalli and Haeundae skyline along the ocean shore.
A popular landmark of Busan, Oruykdo Island is a collection of rocky islets that can be seen from Busan’s beachfront. The number of islets changes from five to six depending on tide levels, hence the name Oryukdo, which literally means Five-Six Island. You can get a clear view of the island from Oryukdo Skywalk in Haemaji Park.
Ahopsan Forest is a pristine private forest that has been left in its natural state for over 400 years. Diverse trees inhabit the forest, but the most popular sections consist of the 100 to 300-year-old Korean red pines and the bamboo groves that served as a filming location for various historical films.
Sitting at the peak of Yeohwangsan Mountain in Tongyeong, Bukporu boasts the best view of Tongyeong among all the observatories. Take in the unobstructed view of the whole city and the sea beyond, and don’t forget to take a snapshot of your time here.