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Come visit Asia!! Asia has many amazing places you could go. Just let me show you!!

Mount Everest is the tallest out of the Himalayan mountains, Asia, and the world!! It's so large it passes through India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, China, Bhutan and Nepal, covering around 1500 miles. The tropical climate at the base that slowly ends up into frozen grounds at the peak.

The Plateau of Tibet has an area of 965,000 square miles and is part of a bunch of different mountains that are generally above 13,000 to 15,000 feet tall. They are also the main point of population, culture, travel, and economy.

The Talamakan Desert is one of the largest sandy deserts in the world. The desert is about 600 miles long with the width of 260 miles, and is 123550 square miles. The desert is 3900-4900 feet above sea level. The desert is also very dry. Raindrops evaporate before they reach the ground.

The Gobi desert meaning "Waterless place" stretches over both Mongolia and China. It doesn't have much sand but is bare rock. If you wanted to you could drive over is you could for long distances. The Gobi Desert can also be called Great Desert and semidesert region of Central Asia.

The North China Plain runs along the yellow river. It is 158,000 square miles. It is around 160 feet above sea level. Is is one of the most populated areas in the world.

The Yellow river is often called the cradle of Chinese. It has a length of 3395 miles and is the country's second largest river. The drainage basin is the thrid largest in China and has an area of 290000 square miles.

Th Chang Jiang river has a length of 3915 miles, its basin drains an area of 698,265 square miles. It is the largest river in China and Asia and the longest in the world. Its source is on the Plateau of Tibet and its mouth is on the East China Sea,

The bay of Bengal has an area of 839000 square miles. The Mahanadi, Godavari, Krishna, and Kaveri and the Ganges and Brahmaputra flow into the bay. The Andaman and Nicobar are the only thing that separates the bay from Andaman sea.

The Dead Sea also known as salt sea, is between Israel and Jordan in southwestern Asia. The east belongs to Jordan and the south belongs to Israel. The dead sea also has the lowest elevation in the world.

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