Red Beach, Panjin, China
Panjin is a prefecture-level city and a major oil production center of Liaoning province, People’s Republic of China, and is situated on the northern coast of Liaodong Bay of the Bohai Gulf. It borders Anshan to the northeast and east, Yingkou across the Liao River, as well as Jinzhou to the west and northwest. The city has an administrative area of 4,071 square kilometres (1,572 sq mi), in which 1.28 million people reside.
Panjin has a continental climate with four distinct seasons and some maritime influence, an annual mean temperature of 9.2 °C (48.6 °F) and receives over 2700 hours of sunshine a year. The city sits on the open field between the Liaodong Peninsula and the western portion of Liaoning Province. Red seabeach, located in Dawa County, Panjin, Liaoning, China, is famous for its landscape featuring the red grass genus Sueda. It is based in the biggest wetland and reed marsh in the world. The landscape is composed of shallow seas and tide-lands. The Sueda species is one of the few species of grass that can live in highly alkaline soil. Its growth cycle starts in April when it is coloured light red, while the colour of the mature species is deep red.
Panjin Shuangtaizi River mouth state-level nature protection area preserves the most completed ecosystem and the biggest wetland in the world. More than 260 kinds of birds and 399 kinds of wild animals live in it. It was promoted to the state-level nature protection area in 1988 has applied to join the International person and biosphere protectorate network. The largest reed marsh in Asia is also located here, attracting many tourists.The reeds are good materials to make paper. Here the Red-crowned Crane reproduces and the it is also the endangered black-mouth gull’s biggest breeding place.