Bamen Bay Mangrove Wetland Park in Wenchang to start construction in March
Wenchang is getting a new attraction — Bamen Bay Mangrove Wetland Park.
Conceptual design of Bamen Bay Mangrove Wetland Park
The Bamen Bay Mangrove Wetland Park will be located at the southern end of Binwan Road, 2.5 kilometers away from Qinglan Bridge and 9 kilometers from the Wenchang Satellite Launch Center.
The park will be built with an estimated investment of 5 billion yuan, and cover a land area of 3,831 acres. The park was listed by the Wenchang Government as a key project during the Thirteenth Five-Year Plan.
The 43-meter-high viewing platform for rocket launches will cover 1,300 square meters and will be capable of holding up to 800 viewers.
The project will be divided into three phases. The first phase of the park will include a tourist service center and a 43-meter-high viewing platform for rocket launches (The viewing platform will cover 1,300 square meters and will be capable of holding up to 800 viewers). The construction of the first phase of the project is planned to start in March and will be complete in October 2016.
The second and third phases will be built in 2017 and 2018, and will eventually feature starred hotels and a mangrove wetland conservation zone. The project will integrate the city’s aviation culture and ecological resources in order to better preserve the regional environment while also becoming a top tourist destination.
Bamen Bay Mangrove Wetland
The Bamen Bay Mangrove Wetland is located at the Qinglan Natural Reserve. The wetland spans 2,948 acres of mangrove forest and is home to a variety of animal habitats. The wetlands’ lush ecosystem, including mangroves, dense greenery, the river, and the animal life that thrives there, serve as a great getaway for tourists.