Seeing red? Don’t worry, you’re not having some eyesight issues; it’s just the Red Beach in Panjin, China.
Unlike the usual beaches, the Red Beach doesn’t have red sand, but only 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’ll please your eyes.
To have that perfect view of the beach, visit during mid-September to mid-October. Only a small portion of the Red Beach is open for tourists and the park closes at 5 PM.
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”.
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