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10 Facts/ to do in Asia

Japanese Calligraphy
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Largest city

With more than 37million inhabitants Tokyo is the largest city in Asia and the world. The city has a higher population than Canada.

Cumin Rice

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Highest Mountain

The Mount Everest is the highest Mountain of the world with a height of 8,846m(29,035ft). The Mountain is located in the Himalaya between Nepal and China.

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Japanese Flute
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The Caspian Sea is the deepest and largest lake in the world with a maximum depth of more than 1,000m(3,300ft) and the surface area is 378,000km²(143,200 sq mi). The lake is shared by five countries: Russia, Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan and Iran.

Biggest Lake

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Hot Stone Massage

04

Great Wall of China

The Great Wall of China is considered of one of the seven Wonders of the World. It is a global tourist hotspot and values thousands of years Chinese history. The lenght of the Wall is measured with 21,196,18km (12,170,7m) and it took over 2000 years to complete it.

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Reflection of Monks Crossing a Wooden Bridge

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Taj Mahal

This stunning white mausoleum with a historical Background of a love story is one of the most remarkable attraction in India. The Taj Mahal is made in 1632 from Shah Jahan who wanted empress his beloved wife. In addition shows features of magnificent gardens and a mosque.

Taj Mahal
Spinach Dumplings

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Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery

The Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery is Hong Kong's most iconic temple. It is built in 1957. With over 430 steeps and a direct pathway visitors need to climb up to reach the off-beaten-path complex. Along the way you can see life-sized gold painted Buddha statues. Once you are on the top you will have a beautiful view of Sha Tin and ca discover the five temples, four pavilions, and the pagoda.

Buddha Statue
  1. Switzerland has up to 7,000 lakes , and you are never more than 10 miles away from a lake in the country.

Switzerland has up to 7,000 lakes, and you are never more than 10 miles away from a lake in the country.

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Tea Pickers

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Petra in Jordan

The city Petra belongs also to the Seven Wonders of the World and is located in the southern part of Jordan. It is famous for their rock-cut architecture and water system. The whole city is built in red stone and called also the Rose city. Petra was built in the 4th century B.C and it took over 500 years to build this city.

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Red Lantern

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Mayon Volcano

The Mayon Volano Natural Park is a famous landmark in the Philippines and attract travler because of its "perfect cone" shape. It is the most active volcano and reach a height of 2,463 meters. The first recored eruption was in year 16161 and followed with 49 after, and continues to be active.

Volcano
Monks on a Canoe

Himalayan Region in India and subcontinent, offers some of the most amazing travel experiences on the planet. With its mighty peaks, natural beauty and immense biodiversity, Himalayas is favored by family vacationers, honeymooners, adventure seekers and people in quest of spirituality alike.

Himalayas

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Tibetan Prayer Flags
Tae Kwan Do in Action

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No trip to Kyoto is complete without a visit to Arashiyama Bamboo Forest .The dense stands of ancient bamboo—so green and silent that the very air seems to taste of dew—are at their quietest in the early morning. If you close your eyes, tune out the other tourists, and listen to the wind—wood creaking, leaves rustling—you'll experience the true beauty of the destination

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