Asia is the largest continent on the planet and the most populated of all. In its 44 million km2 lives 61% of the world’s population and more than 70% of the world’s births occur in Asia.

The largest countries on the Asian continent are Russia, China, Indonesia, India, and Japan.

In Asia, there is a great variety of cultures, religions, and languages. The most widely spoken language is Arabic, the official or co-official language in 12 of the continent’s 49 countries.

Some of the most widely practiced religions in the world such as Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, or Hinduism have their origin in Asia.

Some of the most sacred places for these religions are found on this continent. Israel, Saudi Arabia, and India receive millions of pilgrims every year from all over the world.

On this continent, you will find some of the most sacred places for these religions. Israel, Saudi Arabia, and India receive millions of pilgrims every year from all over the world.

The countries of the Asian continent attract hundreds of millions of tourists every year. Southeast Asia is one of the most touristic regions of the world and includes countries like Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, or Vietnam.

China, Singapore, and India are other countries most frequented by tourists travelling to Asia and the Maldives are some of the best beach destinations in the world.

There are many World Heritage sites on the continent. Some of them are the Great Wall of China, the Taj Mahal in India, and Angkor Wat in Cambodia and Ha Long Bay in Vietnam. These are also some of the most touristic places in Asia.

There are so many incredible destinations that you can visit in the great Asian continent and we are sure that in each of them you will find places that will surprise you.

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