Ah, your WAN1 must be offline
When using Tools > Ping and the response is host unreachable or destination unreachable, the host column should display the IP that is reporting the inability to route the packet. Could be wan1's IP?
Your static route entry should be 220.127.116.11/32, Gateway: <IP of WAN1 Gateway>
If your entry's gateway is WAN1 instead of WAN1's gateway IP, then you'll get timeouts and host unreachables. This is because when using an interface name, you are telling the router that 8,8,4,4 exists on that ethernet. So the router will do an ARP lookup on that network to see who has 18.104.22.168. Nobody on that ethernet does.
If WAN1 has a dynamic IP, your gateway may change and thus invalidate your static route. You'll also get timeouts and unreachables in this case. You would need a script to frequently check if your WAN1 ip has changed, and update the static route with the new gateway IP of wan1.