Red Seabeach, Panjin, China. The red grass genus Sueda (Seepweed) defines the unusual and impressive landscape in this Chinese city. Shalow seas and tidelands attract thousands of migrating birds to the biggest wetland and reed marsh in the world.
Every autumn the 26 kilometers long area of nature reserve turns all red. The incredible Red Seabeach lies on the bank of the Liaohe River. Seepweed matures and gains this crimson red color in September: during summer it remains green.
The area is in the middle of the route for 236 migrating bird species. They stop here while traveling from Asia to Australia. The tourists are allowed to visit Red Seabeach in particular areas with bridges, specially designed for tourism. You can catch a bus or a train from Beijing or Tianjin to get here and admire this striking view once in your lifetime.
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