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flag-of-chinaChina is the fourth largest country in the world by total area, spanning 9,596,960 square kilometres (3,705,406 sq. mi) across East Asia. It features a diverse and varied landscape, with plains, hills and deltas in the east, and high plateaus, mountains and deserts in the west. In total, China has 225 national parks, including the popular Wulingyuan, Jiuzhaigou, Guilin Li River, Lijiang Yulong Xueshan and Huangshan National Parks. There is infinite beauty to be found here.
Capital city: Beijing Highest Point: Mount Everest (29,035ft / 8850m) Lowest Point: Turpan Pendi (-505ft / -154m) Land Area: 3,600,947 sq. mi (9,326,410 sq. km) Water Area: 104,459 sq. mi (270,550 sq. km) Total Area: 3,705,406 sq. mi (9,596,960 sq. km) Coastline: 9010 miles (14,500 km) Bordering countries (14) Afghanistan, Bhutan, Burma, India, Kazakhstan, North Korea, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Mongolia, Nepal, Pakistan, Russia, Tajikistan, Vietnam

Stone Forest National Park

Situated close to the bustling city of Kunming in China’s Lunan Yi Autonomous province, Stone Forest National Park is a scenic area boasting an...
Reed Flute Cave

Reed Flute Cave

Reed Flute Cave is a natural limestone cave in the Guangxi province of China. Its name is derived from a variety of naturally abundant...
Huangguoshu Waterfall

Huangguoshu Waterfall

Huangguoshu Waterfall, situated in the province of Anshun in China, is the tallest waterfall in Asia at 255ft (77.8m) high and 331ft (101m) wide....

Tiger Leaping Gorge

Tiger Leaping Gorge, set to the backdrop of the majestic Jade Dragon and Haba Snow Mountains of China, is one of the deepest gorges...
Taklamakan Desert

Taklamakan Desert

The Taklamakan Desert, also known as the “Place of Ruins” or the “Sea of Death”, is the largest desert in China, at over 620mi...

Gobi Desert

The Gobi Desert spans portions of both Northern China and Southern Mongolia, covering a total area of 0.5 million square miles (1.29 million sq....

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