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Mangroves Wetland Park

Visitor paths
Visitor paths
Visitor paths
Visitor paths
Restored mangrove plants
Mangrove Wetland Restoration Park
Visitor paths

The Mangrove Wetland Restoration Park, located on the west of the Dapeng Bay, covers 13.5 hectares of land. As its name suggests, it is mainly used for regenerating mangrove forest ecosystems. The household and aquaculture waste from nearby communities are directed into the park through turbidity currents. The waste is then absorbed and utilized by mangrove plants. This is a way to purify water.

Services & Facilities

  • Parking lot

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Number of Visitors:11,988 Last Update: 2023-06-26
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