M§M's Magnificent Travel website By:mckenna massa and myakoda tetzlaff

Travel with us to magnificent Asia. Where there is many different beautiful and astonishing geographic sites.

Himalayas and Mount Everest.

If you want to climb the highest mountains in the world you should travel to Asia to the Himalayas. The Himalayas has the highest mountain peaks in the world. The tallest being Mount Everest at an astounding 29,035 ft. The Himalayas are probably older than the oldest person you know unless they're over 60 million years old. Only 660 people have successfully climbed the mountain. Would you be up for the challenge?

Plateau of tibet

Have you ever wanted to visit the roof of the world? If so head over to the plateau of Tibet. The plateau was nicknamed the roof of the world because it pops out of the land and reminds people of the world. The elevation of the plateau on average is a whopping 14,800 feet. Exploring there is super cool because there are a bunch of deserts and rivers there. The rivers included in the plateau are the yellow river, Mekong Salween, Indus, and many more great rivers. Fishing here is super great because there are many fish and the weather is perfect. So, if you love fishing and exploring go to the roof of the world.

Taklimakan desert

Go to the talikamakan desert where there is tons of fun adventures to go on. There is alot of sandstorms so you might want to bring a hat to shield your eyes from the sand. If you are looking for fun though you can ride through the desert on a tour with camels. There is a bunch of sand dunes with different levels of elevation so you can go on a fun ride with lots of ups and downs. Plus there is a bunch of unique animals to see there like herds of gazelles,wild boars, and very rare Siberian deer. Don't get too close the animals may look cute but they may attack. It's an amazing place to take photos with mountains and animals near by, so come explore.

Gobi desert

Have you ever wondered what it would be like if a desert had snow? The Gobi desert has snow during the winter and the tempature reaches up to negative forty degrees. Do you love animals? Well come to the Gobi desert and take some amazing photos of some wonderful animals in their natural habitats. You will see animals such as antelopes,gazelles, horses, marmots, and more. Plus there are rocks that draw just like chalk and they're called chalk rocks. And while you're here come and stay in a natives' luxurious yurt.. And don't worry about crowded places because not a lot of people live in this wonderful snowy desert.

North china plain

The North China plain is a beautiful grassy are with many plants, including wheat,cotton, sesame seeds, peanuts, and tobacco. The North China Plain is also bordered by the Yan Mountains. So, if you want to see how many wonder filled adventures you can have, try hiking up the Yan Mountains. Also, if you love fishing or swimming the North China Plain is along the shore of the Yellow River. At the North West edge of the plain you can see the wonderful capitol of China, Beijing. If you go to the North China Plain your day will be anything but plain.

Yellow river

A yellow river WHAT?!?! The yellow river looks yellow because of the silt at the bottom of the river. There are many types of unique fish species, such as sea bream, croakers, lizard fish, cutlass fish,horse mackerel, squid, and flounders. If you love exploring water and catching fish this place is for you. The river is also famous for fishing and is a important food source . The river is also extremely important for trade. You can also take a boat down the Tsushima current and end up near the island of Kyushu in Japan. So if you love exploring in and on water then check out the yellow river for your adventures.

Yangzi river

The yangzi is an amazing river with a huge sandbar right next to the land. If you are planning to visit Asia this is one spot you shouldn't miss, it descends deep through the various mountains and valleys of the plateau of Tibet. Plus there is a variety of different fish so while shopping for a trip don't forget to pick up a fishing rod. If your too lazy to fish for yourself there is a fish trade near by its market where they sell about 30 different fish from the river. Also if you're interested in finding out where the rice you eat comes from look at the land near the river because that's where 2/3 of the rice is grown. At the end of the day when your done you can go on a boat tour across the river and find out about one of the longest inhabited regions in China.

Bay of bengal

This wonderful bay has many beautiful coral reefs. In the beautiful Bay of Bengal there is also many beautiful species of dolphins. If you want to swim with dolphins you should check it out. If you want to go on a scuba trip you may find many interesting fish like barracuda, saltwater crocodile, tuna, marlin, hogfish and many others. Then if you go on a tour boat you may venture into the Indian Ocean because the bay is part of it. The bay has many bodies of water that empty into it too like the Ganges, the Brahmaputra, the Irrawaddy, the Godavari, the Mahandi, the Krishna, and the Kaveri these bodies of water are very important to the bay. Come visit us soon!

Dead sea

Come visit the Dead Sea a.k.a the salt sea because it's rich in salt. If you don't like animals swimming and tickling your feet you should definitely go here. There is no animals except micro organisms (insvisable small animals) due to the salt content. The salt content is also seven times the salt content in regular oceans. The water is so cool because if you try to float you will due to the saline. Also if you want to have a cool story for your friends tell them you went swimming at the lowest point on earth.

Thanks for visiting m§m's magnificent travel website. We hope you check some of these places out on your next trip to Asia!!

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