If you ever happen to be holidaying near Panjin in China and fancy an autumn trip to the beach, you may be in for a bit of a surprise. The area is known for its vast amounts of Sueda, a species of grass that grows out of the sand. While the grass is green for most of the year, the Sueda turns a deep red colour in autumn and provides a stunning vista for visitors to enjoy. Panjin is also home to the world’s biggest wetland and the Sueda and surrounding area offer protection to over 260 species of birds and 399 different wild animals. The beach has a state-level protection rating and visitors are only allowed to approach the area by using the raised walkways.