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Panjin Red Beach is located in the north east of Beijing and is appropriately called this due to the seaweed which turns to a bright red colour in Autumn. It has become known as the “home of the cranes” and is the home to 260 different types of birds, including the endangered Crown Canes and Blacak Beaked Gulls, and 399 different types of wild animals.

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Red Beach in Panjin, China

Panjin Red Beach in China is not covered in sand at all. The redness is caused by a type of sea weed, Sueda. It starts growing during April and May, then stays green during the summer, but starts turning vividly red in autumn.

The Red Beach is located in the biggest wetland and reed marsh in the world, and actually hosts the most completed ecosystem that can be found: the area has become home to more than 260 kinds of birds and 399 kinds of wild animals. You can find the endangered Crown Cranes and Black Beaked Gulls there, which is why the area is even called home of the cranes. (Source)

Panjin Red Beach, China

The gorgeous marshland in the north east of Beijing, is popularly called as the Red Beach because of the grass, Seepweed turns red in the months of September and October. The weed grows on a large area of 26 kilometers which makes it magnificent and one of the most beautiful looking places on the earth.

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China’s Red Sea Beach, Panjin

This remarkable area which is 30 Km South-West of Panjin City is the largest wetland and reed marsh in the World. As seen in the photo; every Autumn a 26 Km long area along the banks of the Liaohe River turns red. The plant making up this colour is Sueda (Seepweed) which is a red grass. Seepweed is a form of Chenopodium that is highly tolerant of the area’s alkaline soil. The growth cycle of Seepweed begins in April when it is a light red colour, the plant then goes green in the summer months, before maturing to the crimson colour in September.

This large wetland area is a nature reserve as it is a feeding area for over 260 species of migratory birds moving from Asia to Australia. The area is also the endangered Black-Mouth Gull’s largest breeding area.

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Beautiful places on this planet.

  1. Tunnel of Love, Ukraine
  2. Tulip Fields in Netherlands
  3. Salar de Uyuni: One of the World’s Largest Mirrors, Bolivia
  4. Salar de Uyuni: One of the World’s Largest Mirrors, Bolivia
  5. Hitachi Seaside Park, Japan
  6. Mendenhall Ice Caves, Juneau, Alaska
  7. Red Beach, Panjin, China
  8. Bamboo Forest, Japan
  9. Street in Bonn, Germany
  10. Naica Mine, Mexico
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. Here are some places I would want to go to that I’ll be adding up to my bucket list. I have never seen such majestic, breath-taking places. 

  1. Tunnel of Love, Ukraine
  2. Mendenhall Ice Caves, Juneau, Alaska
  3. Bamboo Forest, Japan
  4. Black Forest, Germany
  5. Tianzi Mountains, China
  6. Salar De Uyuni, Bolivia
  7. Antelope Canyon, USA
  8. Mount Roraima, South America
  9. Red Beach, Panjin, China
  10. Zhangye Danxia Landform, China

Photos are not mine. Credits to their respective owners.

22 Unbelievable Places that are Hard to Believe Really Exist

Tunnel of Love, Ukraine

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Tulip Fields in Netherlands

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Salar de Uyuni: One of the World’s Largest Mirrors, Bolivia

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Hitachi Seaside Park, Japan

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Mendenhall Ice Caves, Juneau, Alaska

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Red Beach, Panjin, China

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Bamboo Forest, Japan

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Street in Bonn, Germany

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Naica Mine, Mexico

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Wisteria Flower Tunnel in Japan

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Black Forest, Germany

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Fields of Tea, China

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Tianzi Mountains, China

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Hang Son Doong, Vietnam

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Shibazakura Flowers, Takinoue Park, Japan

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Antelope Canyon, USA

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Lake Hillier, Australia

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Lake Retba, Senegal

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Lavender Fields, UK and France

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Canola Flower Fields, China

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Mount Roraima, South America

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Zhangye Danxia Landform, China

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