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Go to this gorgeous and beautiful river, The Yellow River. or known as the Huang He, it is the second-longest river in Asia, the length of the river is an outstanding 3,395 miles long. Like it's name, the river is actually yellow and It's separated in 3 distinct parts. The mountainous upper course, middle course across the plateau, and the lower course that crosses the North China plain. It is the countries second largest surpassed only bypassing Yangtze River. It is a marvelous place to go this time of year. Plus, you'll also travel through many parts of China.
Come to The Yangtze River, known in China as the Cháng Jiāng or the Yángzǐ Jiāng, is the longest river in Asia and the third-longest in the world. The start of it is near East China and ends north of Shanghai. Seeing amazing sights on the route of the river, by the way, The river's route is approximately 3,720 miles long.
The Bay of Bengal, the largest bay in the world, forms the northeastern part of the Indian Ocean. It's a pretty cool place to visit and who doesn't likea nice day at the beach? It occupies about 839,000 square miles. The bay is about 1,000 miles wide 15,400 of depth, so be careful going out too much.
A satisfying sight to see, the Dead Sea is a salt lake bordered by Jordan to the east and Israel (hehehe) and Palestine to the west. Its surface and shores are 430.5 meters (1,412 ft) below sea level, Earth's lowest elevation on land. Ain't that amazing? It's also not just full of salt, it's full of mud too, whoa!
Come and visit Mount Everest! (Just to let you know that many corpses are left behind from previous wonderers) Mount Everest is the tallest mountain on Earth with being over 29,000 ft over sea level and being located with the tallest mountains, the Himalayas. That stretch for 1,500 miles long. The locals call it Samagarmatha, which translate to Goddess of the Universe and Forehead of the Sky. Wouldn't it amazing to climb the Forehead of the Sky?
The Plateu of Tibet or "The Roof of the World" is most consisted of high mountains and great rivers, prairie and gorges. As a beautiful place to visit, one section of the plateau, called Qiangtang, is dotted with many brackish lakes. Then its southern section contains the headwaters of the upper Indus and Brahmaputra rivers. Other rivers that have their headwaters in the highlands are the Yangtze River (Chang Jiang) and the Yellow River. Fun fact, It was formed by the same forces which formed the Himalayas, namely, the movement of the Indian continental plate into Asia
This large desert is a well know desert. It's called the Taklamakan Desert. It's a wonderful place to visit. It is 123,550 square miles, the evelation is under 500 ft, and dunes can be as high up as 100 ft! The Taklamakan desert is flanked by high mountain ranges: the Tien Shan to the north, the Kunlun Mountains to the south, and the Pamirs to the west. The Taklamakan desert's climate is moderately warm (about 70 degrees.)
The Gobi is more snow than sand, and it's wonderful! Nature's beauty. This place is the largest Asian desert. The desert stretches out in two countries. On one side it extends out to Mongolia’s south and on the other side reaches out to northern of China. most of the desert is free of sand. Only 5% of the desert is covered by sand dunes. The other areas of the desert are either completely rocky or are covered by large dry grasslands. Wow! Gobi Desert is the home for Yadan National Geological Park of China where you can find amazing stone and earthen sculptures created by natural elements over a period of 300,000 to 700,000 years. In this park is a special place known as the Devil’s City. So visit the Devil's city,
North china plain is a massive part of Asia, covering an area of about 158,000 square miles (409,500 square km), most of which is below 160 feet above sea level, but it is one of the most density populated places. Wheat, cotton, sesame seed, peanuts, and tobacco are raised. That's the main exports China makes. Plus, the North China Plain has a lot of history because the first dynasty of kings has owned and ruled the land, and the next dynasty does too.

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