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 red grass genus Sueda (Seepweed) defines the unusual and impressive landscape in this Chinese city. The area is in the middle of the route for 236 migrating bird species. They stop here while traveling from Asia to Australia.
This other worldly landscape is also known as ‘home of the cranes.’ Red crowned crane, one of the rarest birds in the world, was first documented here in 1982. This graceful animal is also known as a symbol of luck, longevity and fidelity.
Governmentally protected, tourists can walk among the rare reeds via specially installed wooden walkways that extend out over the delicate ecosystem.
Red Beach is a convenient destination form Panjin City. Panjin City is northeast of Beijing near the coast of Liaodong Bay in the south of Liaoning Province. The Red Beach nature reserve is 30 kilometers southwest on the city. There are fast trains leaving seven times each day from Beijing to Panjin, and the fastest trains take about three hours to reach the northern city.