Liaohe Delta

Liaohe Delta, Panjin: Hours, Address, Liaohe Delta Reviews: 4.5/5

Liaohe Delta
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KodoDrummer
Yekaterinburg, Russia64,074 contributions
The Panjin Red Wetlands/Beach
Sep 2019
The first thing that struck us about the trip was the sea of red . . . the red wetlands. But maybe we're in too much of a hurry. We were a little early. The beach doesn't bring out its sexy, dreamy side so early in the fall season. Fortunately, other beautiful scenery still left us with great memories
Written January 13, 2020
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ozzy1090
62 contributions
Internet photos exaggerated, but it's good to visit
Sep 2019 • Friends
The place is not hard to find, we didn't get a good info about how to get to this place. From Panjin Railway Station, just across the road to the opposite side where there is this Long distance bus station, you can get a ticket to the park for 20yuan/person, it takes around 1.5hrs to reach there(Timing 8am&10am). You can even buy the tickets to the park on route in the bus, ticket prices vary according to season. The place has been over exaggerated, mostly photo shopped, its not that red. Better buy the transport included in the park tickets(the park is 18kms). The train shaped bus(transportation) management is fantastic, there are stops along the road side where you can get off where ever you want and use it multiple times. I didn't post photos because it's all over the internet, and it's been exaggerated, don't expect too much. Return bus timings are at 2pm&4pm back to Panjin Train Station.
Written September 23, 2019
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KodoDrummer
Yekaterinburg, Russia64,074 contributions
Wetlands of red beach
Oct 2018 • Friends
The wetlands of Dawa County are not as colourful this year. However, they are still beautiful fields of red in one area, and a golden yellow in others. Although referred to as Red Beach, it is a delts marsh, with the reddish colour coming in the fall season when the Sueda sea weed turns its summer green to a bright red.
Written February 15, 2019
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KodoDrummer
Yekaterinburg, Russia64,074 contributions
WOW . . . Nature paints a five-star gorgeous picture in crimson red
Oct 2017 • Friends
In the autumn, this is a great place to view a sea of red when Panjin Red Beach, designated an AAAA scenic spot, and the world’s largest and best-maintained wetland changes to a crimson colour. It is the seepweed (aka seablite) plant which turns a crimson red during its autumn maturing phase. While maturing it changes from a green to goldish and then the crimson red. During this period it is referred to as the “red carpet beach.”

There is a walkway built over a portion of the flat marshlands, enabling sightseers to get great breathtaking views miles of the 51 square miles of coastal wetlands. These coastal waters are also home to 260 varieties of birds and 400 species of wildlife. However4 during our golden week visit, we saw mostly thousands and thousands of sightseers.

Red Beach Scenic Area has three distinct points of interest, being, Red Beach’s 618-metre walkway over the wetlands, Reed Sea Crane-watching corridor which stretches about 130 km along the banks of Liaohe River and the shores of Bohai Bay, and Moon Bay Wetland Park.

To get to Panjin City from Guangzhou, we took a three hour and forty minute flight with from GZ to Shenyang, and then took the train to Panjin City. It was about a two-hour train ride.
Written December 22, 2017
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Radu_B
Langfang, China99 contributions
Nice scenery
Oct 2017 • Solo
Traveled from Shenyang to visit the red beach area and it was worth it.As a hint the best time to visit is in Sept-Oct when the Suaeda is at it's brightest redEntrance fee si 130 CNY.Could make some nice photos, but don't expect the pictures what you see on the internet(extra saturation).However you can spend a nice half day wondering around by foot or cart.Try not to do it during Chinese holidays as it will be swarming with people.If you are prepared to go until the end of the viewing platforms you get less crowds and the views are more spectacular.
Written October 25, 2017
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Katrina M
26 contributions
beautiful view
Oct 2016 • Family
The Red Beach Scenic Area features a red beach, there are many red Suaeda grass, a natural environment and a perfect combination of cultural landscape eco-tourism system. Came here did feel well-deserved reputation, began to study travel itinerary also felt that the area will not be so big, but to the scene was shocked. There are five viewing platforms within the scenic area, there is a free shuttle bus. Scenic spots there are three main points, red beach, rice fields, reeds. Red Beach is unique, very rare, the scene is very spectacular. Paddy field is one of the specialty Panjin, golden yellow rice fields into one, and the red beach in the corridor on both sides, far from the left and right red yellow, gives a unique experience. Reed is distributed on both sides of the river, the river staggered, reeds also throughout the field of vision. It is worth it.
Written November 22, 2016
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Simon160606
Worcester Park, UK134 contributions
Beautiful Scenery
Oct 2016 • Couples
I definitely recommend a visit if you are ever in this area. The red beach is very beautiful although it is not uniformly red along its whole length. We stopped at several locations and it is clearly popular with Chinese tourists, although I didn't see any other westerners. It was a little bit cold when we visited, so it wasn't too crowded. If you're prepared to walk to the end of the longer viewing platforms you can escape the crowds and get the best views.
Written October 26, 2016
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Kevin B
Blackburn, UK283 contributions
Stunning views, but...
Oct 2016 • Family
Let's get this out of the way first, this is a very beautiful sight, the red coloured seaweeds filling the tidal range in the autumn is an amazing sight, truly a natural wonder. The authorities have done a respectable job in ensuring it is not abused, but here, in a way, is it's downfall.

As with so many natural attractions here in China, you are distinctly limited in how you observe or interact with it. There is none of the joy of seeking out the best viewpoint as you are funneled along specific routes, occasionally paying for the privilege of getting to a slightly better spot.

And, of course, the crowds. We travelled around the national holidays, so the place was very busy, not helped by the fact that for whatever reason, two appraoches to the view were shut down along the highways, so everyone was funnelled in the same entrance.

The view itself is amazing and the sand flats are teeming with crabs (that can be caught with a little ingenuity). That said, I would not recommend travelling any distance just to visit this site. As a stop off between, say Shenyang and Dandon, it would be perfect, but making the round trip from any of the major cities just for this seems a little pointless. We travelled three hours from Shenyang and back the same day, we didn't regret it, but we felt it could have been more useful as a stop off on a longer journey.
Written October 11, 2016
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AndrewYew
Singapore, Singapore4,182 contributions
Amazing view
Sep 2016 • Friends
I have never seen a "Red Beach." The sight is quite amazing. The red is actually from a red plant of Suaeda salsa (Chinese: 碱蓬草) of the Chenopodiaceae family. There are many platforms that lets you walk out to the wetlands, Rice is being cultivated inland and you can see art work being formed in the rice fields.
Written October 7, 2016
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Wilson157
Singapore, Singapore188 contributions
A day tour on liaoning biodiversity.
Sep 2016 • Couples
Simply, it's worthy of a good morning and afternoon walk. A lovely view especially with all the red blooming in full. But also check out people trying to catch the mud crabs, bird watch, selfies, wefies or simply just some old people enjoy the moment in nature's wonder.
Written September 17, 2016
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