Red Beach In China Attracts Tourists Every Autumn To See It’s Stunning Red Colors

red beach china feat (1)

All beaches are pretty much the same (unless they’re from this list of unusal beaches ). Water, sand and blue sky is the first image most of us have in mind when thinking of beaches. Here is one more unusual beach which besides it’s red, it’s not covered with sand and it looks amazing. The Red Beach China.

The phenomena that you can see in the photos is caused by a type of seaweed Sueda. This interesting beach is located in Panjin, China and it’s called (guess!) Red Beach. However, this beautiful scenery is not possible to see during a whole year at this location. This seaweed grows in April and it’s green during summer. Only in autumn, it turns to this impressive vivid red colour.

If you wish to visit Red Beach China you may consider that only a small area is open to the public. The reason is the area was granted state-level protection back in 1988, and the reason for that is keeping the ecosystem safe which happens to be the most completed ecosystem that can be found. Red Beach is located in the biggest wetland and reed marsh in the world and the area has become home to more than 260 kinds of birds and 399 kinds of wild animals.

Enjoy the gallery and don’t bother yourself with the question – Is this photoshopped? We assure you it’s not.

The Red Beach China is located in the biggest wetland in the world

red beach china (1)

It is home for more than 260 kinds of birds and 399 kind of wild animals

red beach china 2 (1)

Photo: Jia Mi

The area is called ” Home of the Cranes ” bacuase you can find endangered Crown Cranes and Black Beaked Gulls.

red beach china 3 (1)

Photo: 沉默

In 1988 the area was declared a national state-protection to protect it’s unique environment

red beach china 4 (1)

Photo: 刘红石 liuhs

The Penjin Red Beach is located off a estuary in liaoning, North Eastern China

red beach china 5 (1)

Photo: Douglas Du

The Saline conditions on the beach are perfect for seepweed, a plant that turns red in autumn

red beach china 6 (1)

Photo: Douglas Du

51 square miles turns red every year attracting many tourists

red beach china 7 (1)

Photo: Kirsten Wong

The seepweep grows to green and than red and eventually purple as it matures over the year

red beach china 8 (1)

Photo: Jia Mi

A Jetty was built over the beach to allow the guests to walk comfortably over the beach

red beach china 9 (1)

Photo: Qing

Seepweep needs no tending and grows naturally accros the coast line

red beach china 10 (1)

Is this awesome or what? Don’t forget to share this cool Red Beach China with your friends

Photo: Tintori

Source: link


Also On The Awesome Daily