Panjin crimson red beach is the largest and best-preserved wetland worldwide. It is situated off an estuary in Liaoning, north-eastern China. It is located in the biggest red marsh and wetland in the world.
The red beach is popular for its amazing landscape which occurs each autumn where the seepweed that grows along the shores takes on a crimson hue as it matures.
The land is very flat and densely populated with the plant that you can’t see anything but red for miles around. It is popular as a “red carpet beach” as well.
The Red Beach actually hosts the most complete ecosystem that can be found. This area is home to more than 260 kinds of birds and about 400 kinds of wild animals. Panjin Red Beach is the home to many species of reed, which are used to make paper, and the majority of the Panjin wetlands have been cultivated mainly for this purpose.
The area was granted state-level protection since 1998. Most of the area is closed to the public, but there is still a small section that’s open for tourists.
The tourists are allowed to visit Red Seabeach in specific areas with specific bridges, specially designed for tourists. You can also catch a train or a bus from Beijing and/or Tianjin to get there and admire this unique and beautiful view once in your lifetime.