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Asia, the worlds largest continent, is located East of Europe and west of the united states. Asia contains nearly 4 billion of 7 billion people in the world at 3,879,000,000 people. Asia has an area of 17,212,000 sp mi, Containing 48 countries. They have 21 official languages. Asia has a GDP of 24,077,000 as of 2010.

Singapore is a great stop for a night on the town. You could walk across the entire capital in 20 minutes. Add time in to stop and have a look around it would be a good few hours to kill. Singapore is an island that has been made a country. Singapore has the third highest per capita income. With very highly diverse cultures. Mostly Chinese, Malays, and Indians. There are four languages in singapore, English, Chinese, Tamil, and Malay. Singapore has a GDP of $59,711 per capita as of 2011. Singapore is home to 5,183,700 people as of 2011. Their land area is only 274 sq mi. What better way to spend a day in singapore than going to Universal studios. That's right, Singapore has recently added a Universal Studios them park to their collection of attractions. A great place to enjoy some movie themed rides, shows, and dining.

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South Korea is south of North Korea, and the reason it is split seems to be because of the political differences since South Korea is referred to as the democratic half of Korea. It borders the Yellow Sea to the west and the east sea to the east. They have a population of 50,004,441 people as of 2012. South Korea takes up 38,691, sq mi of land. They have a GDP of $31,753.00 per capita as of 2012. The main language here is Korean. Be sure to check out Jeju Island. This is the perfect pkace to check out some volcanic geography and amazing beaches, especially during the summer. You can find Jeju Island in the Korea Strait in the southern part, west of Japan.

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Posted by Zheimann 11:46

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