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This user friendly internet guide contains information about Asia parks.

Asia Parks

Asia is a continent of extreme contrasts in climate and geography and a home to amazing natural wonders of the world. This beautiful and massive area offers the very diverse travel options available to the most avid travelers.

Asia's and the world's highest point is Mount Everest, along the border of China and Nepal, which rises to 8,848 m (29,028 feet) above sea level. Asia's lowest point is the Dead Sea, between Israel, the Palestinian Territories, and Jordan, whose surface is 400 m (1,312 feet) below sea level.

Asia's longest river is the Yangtze, which runs 6,300 km (3,915 miles) through China. Its largest lake is the 386,400 sq km (149,200 square mile) Caspian Sea, which is surrounded by several Central Asian nations. Asia is bounded by the Pacific Ocean to the east, by Australia to the southeast, and by the Indian Ocean to the south. It is bordered by the Red Sea to the southwest, by Europe and Urals to the west, and by the Arctic Ocean to the north.

Visit Dead Sea Area - Dead Sea is the lowest point in the world at 394.6 m (1269 ft) below sea level. It borders Israel, the West Bank and Jordan. Currently, 25 km of Dead Sea coastline lie within Palestinian Authority territory, including Qumran and Ein Feshka.

Nepal National Park Information Nepal is located in Southern Asia, between Tibet and India. It contains 8 of the world's 10 highest peaks, including Mount Everest - the world's tallest - on the border with Tibet.

Explore Himalayas - The Himalaya are a range of mountains in Asia, most correctly defined as stretching from the Indus river in Pakistan, through India, Nepal, Bhutan, and ending at the Bramaputra River in India. This is often extended to include the Karakoram, the Hindu Kush, and other minor ranges extending from the Pamir Knot, as these mountains are continuous with the Himalaya proper, and the geographical difference makes no difference for the traveller, we follow this convention here. This region includes the 14 highest mountains in the world, and over 100 peaks over 7200m.

Singapore National Parks Board - There’s so much to do and at so many parks. Whether it is a leisurely stroll or energizing yourself on one of the biking trails or simply exploring and appreciating the Nature, options galore. Explore the information on Singapore National Parks Board website to help make up your mind and then, just follow your heart!

Taiwan National Parks - Whirling ocean and beautiful islands is the most valuable, splendid territory the creator gives to the people in Taiwan. The national parks that are naturally shaped are the ecology museums, where are stored with numerous and abundant natural resources and humanistic assets.

National Parks In India - Some of the best jewels of Indian wilderness include the Great Himalayan National Park, Dachigam National Park near Srinagar, Corbett National Park in Uttar Pradesh, which is also a famous tiger reserve, Ranthambore National Park in Rajasthan, and Sundarbans National Park in West Bengal. Worth visiting in the east indian part in Assam is Kaziranga ("The Land of Rhino").

National Parks Of Pakistan - In Pakistan a National Park is an area of outstanding scenic merit and natural beauty where the landscape, flora and fauna are protected and preserved in a natural state. The major National Parks of Pakistan: Kirthar National Park, Khunjerab National Park, Chitral Gol National Park, Lal Suhanra National Park, Hazarganji-Chiltan National Park, Margalla Hills National Park, Ayubia National Park, Deosai National Park, Hingol National Park.

National Parks In Thailand - National parks in Thailand are defined as an area of least ten square kilometres that contains natural resources of ecological importance or unique beauty, or flora and fauna of special importance. Currently there are 102 national parks (including 21 marine national parks, อุทยานแห่งชาติทางทะเล). Often forest parks (วนอุทยานใน) are miscalled as national parks as well, however those are less protected and governed by the provincial administration.

Caution: During winter and spring there is a danger of floods on rainy days. The Dead Sea basin receives rainwater from relatively far-off areas like the Jerusalem Mountains. This means that sometimes during a sunny day a flood will suddenly and unexpectedly occur. Therefore, be careful when hiking to distant narrow places during these seasons and stay tuned to the weather news.

Dead Sea Warnings: The weather forecast always gives warnings if there is a possibility of flooding. Always do as national reserves staff order - they know the terrain very well. In 2007, several Israelis who had been "snappling" (rappelling) were killed by a flood because they did not obey national reserve staff orders.

Altitude sickness affects even young and healthy people and is a genuine problem in Khumbu. If you feel dizzy, suffer palpitations or a severe headache, return immediately to lower altitude. Do not take altitude sickness lightly. It can and does kill!

STAY UP TO DATE: Stay up to date with the news, and be willing to change your plans, when going to places such as Kashmir or Nepal, that are facing armed uprisings.

TRAFFIC: Nepal traffic on the narrow roads is often frightening, but due to the slow speeds is unlikely to result in fatalities.

FLIGHTS: Flights out of the Himalayas are often cancelled due to bad weather, be sure to give yourself at least a few days before needing to catch a connecting flight.
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