North Sea Marsh

North Sea Marsh, Tengchong County: Hours, Address, North Sea Marsh Reviews: 4/5

North Sea Marsh
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Bodies of Water • Nature & Wildlife Areas
12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
Monday
12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
Tuesday
12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
Wednesday
12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
Thursday
12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
Friday
12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
Saturday
12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
Sunday
12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
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North-West of Tengchong, Tengchong County 679100 China

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RonBeijing
Beijing293 contributions
A nice stroll around the vast sea marsh
Feb 2019 • Family
Took a stroll around the vast North Sea marsh on a clear beautiful day, the walk takes around 1 hour and you can take a boat back as the walkway does not go all the way around the marsh.
Written February 10, 2019
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Frank S
30 contributions
Nice park for half a day
Feb 2018 • Couples
Observing nature and birds just 20-30 minutes out of Tengchong. Worth a visit, especially when we have been there it was not busy.
Written February 15, 2018
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zyxlsy
Irvine, CA235 contributions
Looks Man-made
Jun 2017 • Business
This place looks like it's constructed because it's quite small and the layout is really "convenient" tourism-wise.
Written June 4, 2017
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WJY
19 contributions
Not a very exciting place to visit if you have been to marshes in other places
Jan 2017 • Family
It was 20 minutes from the town centre and on the way to the volcano scenic spot. The ticket price is definitely overpricing, 150RMB if you buy it online, which includes the entrance fee and the fee to do rowing.
The area where you can do rowing is limited. You may go out of the area is you are brave enough, then just ignore the people who manage the scene and go deeper into the marsh lake. And the view is not so great during winter.
Overall, if you have been to other marshes, then this place is not recommended.
Written January 14, 2017
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rosemarytraveler
Sarasota, FL643 contributions
Another "gentrified" Chinese tourist attraction
Apr 2015 • Couples
We spent about an hour at this wetland. There is a large tourist center that charges a hefty fee. ( Seniors over 70 are free, over 65 half price). the wet land is quite beautiful, but hardly worth the fee. We were there in April when the Iris were in bloom. They filled the wetland with their gorgeous flowers. We walked on a board walk to a boat launch area, but opted not to take the ride ( for another fee). It's a beautiful natural attraction , that has been turned into a tourist attraction by the government.
Written May 31, 2015
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Mightymark9
London, United Kingdom158 contributions
CYNICAL EXPLOITATION - avoid the visitor centre
May 2014 • Solo
this place has been 'developed for tourism' i.e. there is a visitor centre the size of a small airport which is only 20% used. You pay a hefty entrance fee and have a disneyland experience. Simply and cynically exploiting nature and those who love it for maximal commercial benefit. Turn left on the little road where the fence begins and drive to the far side of the wetland - here you can walk unmolested by normal Chinese dressed up as minorites and take a boat with the locals - or have a hike up adjacent mountain. All free.

Otherwise the visitor centre is fine for those with a mental age of 6 or less
Written June 3, 2014
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ZhongguoKM
Kunming, China6,155 contributions
Don't go until it rains
Feb 2013 • Friends
This attraction is listed as "Beihai" in Chinese, which means "North Sea." It is supposed to be a wetlands where one can see waterfowl.

Unfortunately Yunnan is in its fourth year of severe drought and this place has just about dried up. Nothing to see. Furthermore, I was there in late February when the grass was still brown.

It might be worthwhile after the spring and summer rains. Would not suggest putting it on your itinerary until then.
Written March 1, 2013
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P W
Chongqing, China31 contributions
Seasonal Sightseeing
Apr 2012 • Friends
Currently undergoing a huge upgrade with building of a new entrance and Visitors Centre. This large marshland that supports migratory fowl can be disappointing if trying to visit during the 'dry' season as there's little water and few birds.
Written May 9, 2012
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jack l
Kunming4 contributions
Not as good as the Lijiang and Shangrila ones.
Nov 2011
This is kinda disappointing and it feels like this was just made because other cities in Yunnan have the same thing. The area is small and -honestly- quite boring with no real lake-like place in the centre. Go to the one near Shangrila instead.
Written December 31, 2011
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