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Mount Everest

As one of the World’s Seven Wonders of Nature, Mount Everest is honored to serve as the Ambassador Wonder to the Seven Natural Wonders of Asia.

The declaration of the Asia 7 Wonders of Nature is underway.  Below you will find out which wonders have been determined and declared.  Join us on Facebook and cast your vote on which will be the next wonder revealed.

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Dead Sea

The Dead Sea is a hypersaline, or salt, lake that is over 8 times more salty than the ocean. It lies between Israel and the West Bank and Jordan. The Dead Sea is also referred to as Sea of Salt.” The shores of the lake are 1,378 feet (420 m) below sea level making it the lowest place on the earth’s surface. The Dead Sea is 1,247 feet (380 m) deep making it the deepest hypersaline lake in the world.

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Dead-Sea
Son Doong Cave

Son Doong Cave

Son Doong Cave is the largest cave in the world. With measurements of over 200 meters (656 feet) wide and 150 meters (492 feet) high as well as a length of 9 kilometers (5.6 miles) makes this cave nothing short of massive. Before the year 2009, Malaysia’s Deer Cave was regarded as the largest cave in the world until this year of 2009 that a group of scientists from the British Cave Research Association explored and studied the Son Doong Cave finding it was in fact over twice the size of Deer Cave.

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