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China

China is either the second to fourth largest country in the world depending on definitions the area. It is most populous country without question. This country is also one of the most rich and diverse countries in Asia when it comes to wonders of nature.

Ban Gioc-Detian Falls

Ban Gioc-Detian Falls is a shared natural wonder between the countries of China and Vietnam. It is the largest border shared falls in all of Asia and the fourth largest in the world behind Victoria Falls (Zambia-Zimbabwe), Iguassu Falls (Argentina-Brazil), and Niagara Falls (Canada-United States).

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Huangguoshu Waterfall

Huangguoshu Waterfall, translated Yellow Fruit Tree Waterfalls, is the largest waterfall in China and one of the largest in East Asia. Statistically speaking, it reaches a height of 255 feet (77.8 m) and 331 feet ( 101 m). It has more than one drop with the main drop falls 220 feet (67 m) which accounts for the majority of the falls.

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Above you will see confirmed winners for the Seven Natural Wonders of China. Do you agree with these that are already confirmed?
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Japan

As an island country located off the eastern side of mainland Asia, Japan is often sought after as a tourist spot for its culture and heritage.


 

Vietnam

A remarkable country in Southeast Asia, Vietnam is known to be a brave and strong country after the wars this land had experienced.


 

Philippines

The Philippines is archipelago comprising 7,107 islands and a vast array of wonders of nature that are scattered over the country.

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