The Red Beach In Panjin, China
Does the expression “Seeing red before your eyes” sound familiar? This time, it does not have the same meaning. Nature is pampering us again with an amazing place called The Red Beach, located in Panjin, China.
Unlike the usual beaches with sand and shells, the Red Beach is overgrown only with seaweeds that cover almost the entire Liaohe Delta. The seaweeds called Sueda grow during April or May and stay green until summer. When autumn comes, witness the landscape’s color turn from orange, to pink, and to flaming red that will please your eyes. An entire rainbow born from the surface of the water.
Because of its rare beauty, in order to keep the whole ecosystem safe, the area was granted state-level protection back in 1988. Even though most of the Red Beach is closed to the public, there still is a small section that’s open for tourists. So in order not to miss the perfect view of the beach, visit during mid-September to mid-October.
Other than the vivid red color that paints the marsh, you can also see the Crown Cranes and Black Beaked Gulls around the area. That’s why the place is also called as the “home of the cranes”. If you won’t have the chance to see for yourselves, feast your eyes with the pictures below!