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The Himalayas/ Mount Everest

You should visit the Himalayas because you can explore Southwest China. You can also see how tall Mount Everest is (29,029 feet tall), it is the highest peak. There are 1,500 glaciers. It is approximately 1,500 miles long. It passes through the nations of India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, China, Bhutan, and Nepal.

Plateau of Tibet

The world's highest plateau. 3 miles above sea level. Two highest summits, Mount Everest and k2. Is located in Southwest China. Northern section of the plateau called Qiangtang, is dotted with brackish lakes.

Taklimakan Desert

Western China. Second longest non-polar sand shifting desert. Covers 270,000 km of Tarim Basin 11,000 km long 400 km wide. No water so hazardous to cross. The key oasis towns wanted by rainfall from the mountains, were Kashgar, Marin, Niya, York land, and khotan (Hetian) to the south, Kuqa, Tuffan in the north, Balan, and Danhuang in the east.

Gobi Desert

Located in Mongolia. It is the coldest desert. Largest Asian desert. Gobi means waterless place.

North China Plain

Most Chinese live in the eastern north China Plain. Made up of low plains and river valleys. Located in north China. Throughout most of history, wide spread flooding about every two years out of three was common of Plain.

Huang He (yellow) River

Picks up fertile soil called loess. Deposit the loess enriching the farmland along banks. The mother river. 5465 kilometers. Symbol of Chinese spirt. Most important water source playing irreplaceable role in economic development and agriculture.

Chang Jiang (Yangzi) River

Flows across central China. Asias longest river, major transportation route China. Carries more water than any other river in China. Science, industrial and ancient cities. Huge inland water way for travel and industry. Major cities Chongqing, Vichang, Wahn, Nanjing, and Sanghai.

Bay of Bengal

Forms northeastern part of Indian Ocean. Resemble triangle in shape. Barderd by India and Sri Lanka to the west, Bangladesh and the India state of West Bengal to the north and Myanmar, southern part of Thailand and the andaman and Nicobar Islands to the east. Loth century conflicts caused the Bay of Bengal to be called "The Chola Lake". Occupies an area of 2,172,000 kilometers squared.

Dead Sea

Lowest place on earth roughly 1,300 feet below sea level. 34 miles long varies between 11 miles and 2 miles in width. 1,400 feet deep. Located in Asia. No fish, birds or pants can survive in its high-saline environment. The salt collects in rocky ridges, peaks and towers.

This is why you should visit The Himalayas/ Mount Everest, Plateau Of Tibet, Taklimakan, Gobi Desert, North China Plain, Huang He River, Chang Jiang, Bay Of Bengal, Dead Sea.

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Source 4-Alitto, Guy, and Mikhail Petro. Gobi, Encyclopædia Britannica, inc., 6 Oct. 2009, https://www.britannica.com/place/Gobi. Accessed 15 Mar. 2017.

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