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Beihai Silver Beach

Good morning! Ladies and gentlemen, today we are going to pay a visit to Beihai Silver Beach, the No.1 beach in China.

The silvery beach of Beihaitou, or White Tiger’s Head, when seen on map, it looks like a white tiger with an open mouth, attracts most visitors to Behai. During the summer season, the laughter of bathers resounds from the early morning hours till midnight. The white sand here is especially soft and fine, no wonder people call it Silver Beach. And there seems to be no end of it, for the beach stretches on and on for more than 20 kilometers. One estimate says the Silver Beach is large any famous beaches in Beidaihe, Qingdao and Hainan Island, large enough to hold 100,000 swimmers any given time.

Besides swimming and sunbathing, Silver Beach also offers water spots such as jet-skiing, boating beach volleyball, soccer, golf, and camel riding and horse riding. On top of that, you can find many seafood restaurants nearby.

Dear guests, now we are at another major attraction of the city, especially for the first-time visitors to Beihai, the Beach park, which boasts Asia’s largest steel-structured music fountain. It consists of an enormous 23-meter-high sphere carved with various designs depicting tidal waves, hence the name: “Tide ”. Attached to the surface of the sphere are seven statues of nude maidens, implying seven goddesses guarding the silvery pearl. When night falls, illuminated by state-of-art lighting facilities, the 5,250 fountains with 3,000 colorful lights seem to dance to the accompanying music.

After visiting Beihai Park, we are approaching the Daguansha Golden Bay Mangrove Economic Region.

15 km away from the downtown, Daguansha Golden Mangrove Forest lies at the eastern end of Beihai Silver Beach, with a coastline of 3 kilometers and the mangrove peat of 266.67 hectares. Mangrove forests can be recognized by their dense tangle of prop roots that make the trees appear to be standing on stilts above the water. This tangle of roots allows the trees to handle the daily rise and fall of tides, which means that mangroves get flooded at least twice per day. The roots also slow the movement of tidal waters, causing sediments to settle out of the water and build up the muddy bottom. Mangrove forests stabilize the coastline, reducing erosion from storm surges, currents, waves, and tides. The intricate root system of mangroves also makes these forests attractive to fishes and other organisms seeking food and shelter from predators.

Ok ,my dear friends, did I make everything clear to you? Well that’s it for my introduction. Thank you!