3. Red Beach – China
Although the picture is enough to captivate the attention of anyone, the Red Beach in Panjin, China is nothing like a beach. Typically, a beach is imagined as a far-reaching stretch of water accompanied by sand and the Red Beach surely depicts nothing of that sort. The place is basically formed from Sueda which is a seaweed that grows during the month of spring and changes color from green to maroon in summers and autumn respectively. Not the entire beach is open for tourists but you can still visit the permissible area between the months of September to November.