Oyster Beach

Last updated by tracyk223 at 2015/11/5

Oyster beaches are made up of remnants of oysters dated 5,800 to 2,200 years ago. The largest oyster beach is in the riverway between Shizhuang Zi and Jiangzhuang Zi, in Dongji Town in the western part of Ninghe County. It occupies 73 hectares. The thickest oyster beach is in Fei Zhuang near Jingshan Railway in eastern Ninghe County. Here, the layer of oyster shells is about five meters thick, and oyster shells account for more than 90% of these remnants. The diameter of the largest oyster shell, which is related to the rate of growth of the oyster, can reach 50 cm, while the smallest may be several centimeters.

Solo Adventure Tips:


Oyster beaches are distributed in the central and eastern areas of Ninghe County and in southern Baodi County.

How to Get There?

To get there, take a regular bus to Ninghe County from Tianjin Bus Station. Then take a private tricycle to the scenic area.

Ticket Price:

RMB 20

Opening Hours:

08:30 to 18:00

More Tips:

Recommended traveling time: approximately 2 hours.

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