Updated 2023-02-06Google Rating: 4 Score
A number of international artists' works, co-existing with a wetland ecology
In October and November, the ducks that most commonly come to the Chenglong Wetlands are the Eurasian teal, followed by the Northern pintail. As winter begins, the northeastern coastal monsoon gradually strengthens, making the wetlands even cooler. The birds sometimes hide within the reeds. So scan patiently, and you might get a chance to see some cute little goslings and ducklings!
The annual Chenglong Wetlands International Environmental Art Festival has left behind many artworks that echo the ecology of the wetland. This also makes for a popular social media check-in destination. Although the art festival season will be transformed in 2022 and no large-scale events will be held for the time being, it continues to create works that are rooted in the community through the participation of resident artists, villagers and visitors.