Great Places To Go In Asia WEBSITE: By Zach and Juan

Wouldn't you like to go to the Himalayas, we will tell you why. In the Himalayas, it has the highest mountain in the world called Mount Everest. The Himalayas is so big that it passes through 6 different countries, with a width of 1,500 miles. Lastly, it has many features like forests and rivers.

The Plateu of Tibet has many nicknames like the Roof of the World, the Third Pole, and Asian Water Tower, doesn't that sound interesting, I thought so. The Plateu of Tibet is the highest Plateau in the world. It is 16,000 feet, to 4,000 feet, and is very mountainous.

The Taklimakan Desert has fairly nice weather for a desert, who wouldn't want to go. It is 90 miles long and 2 miles wide. It is one of the largest sandy deserts in the world, and has hills up around 4,000 feet.

A Desert With Snow... WHAT!!! The Gobi desert is the 5th largest desert in the world. This desert is in Mongolia, with 281,800 square kilometers.

Just look at the beautiful hills, ahhhhhh, so peaceful. The North China Plain produces 50% of cereal consumed each year. There is some of the Yellow River in the plain. There is many landforms like lakes, rivers, hills, and others. Isn't that just paradise!!!

The Huang He River is Yellow... you should go in the water and mellow. The Huang He River is the second longest river in the world with a length of 3,395 miles long. The reason why the river is yellow is that there is a lot of loess sediment which turns the water yellow. The Huang He River, which obviously is also called the Yellow River, is one of only a small amount of colored natural waters in the world.

That clear water though. The Chang Jiang River, also known as Yangzi River, is the longest river in Asia and 3rd longest in the world. The river is 3,915 miles long. Lastly, as you can see, the river cuts through the land.

The Bay of Bengal is the largest bay in the World. The bay is 1000 miles wide and the depth is averagely 8,500 miles. Many rivers flow into the Bay of Bengal. Finally, it is used for fishing.

In the Dead Sea you can float from all the salt thats in it.. Isnt that AMAZING!!! The Dead Sea has the lowest point in the world with 1,412 feet below sea level. Lastly, why wouldn't you want to go in if you can float and it is good for your skin!!!

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