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  1. COUNTRIES I HAVE VISITED PAKISTAN,SINGAPORE, MALAYSIA,INDONESIA, THAILAND,TAIWAN, CANADA,ENGLAND, FRANCE, AUSTRALIA

  2. PAKISTAN • Pakistan is in the northwest part of South Asia. The eastern and southern parts of the country are dominated by the Indus River and its tributaries. • I was born in Karachi, Pakistan on December 9th, 1998. Then I left for Singapore when I was only a month old.

  3. PAKISTAN • Pakistan Flag and Fast Facts • Population162,420,000 • CapitalIslamabad; 698,000 • Area796,095 square kilometers(307,374 square miles) • LanguagePunjabi, Sindhi, Siraiki, Pashtu, Urdu, English • ReligionSunni and Shiite Muslim, Christian, Hindu, • CurrencyPakistani rupee • Life Expectancy60 • GDP per CapitaU.S. $2,000 • Literacy Percent46

  4. SINGAPORE • Strategically placed Singapore sits at the entrance to the Strait of Malacca. The island city heads a tiny republic, long established as a Southeast Asian financial powerhouse. • I have lived in Singapore for six years and have now become the citizen of Singapore.

  5. SINGAPORE • Singapore Flag and Fast Facts • Population4,296,000 • CapitalSingapore; 4,296,000 • Area660 square kilometers(255 square miles) • LanguageChinese, Malay, Tamil, English • ReligionBuddhist, Muslim, Christian, Hindu, Sikh, Taoist, Confucianist • CurrencySingapore dollar • Life Expectancy79 • GDP per CapitaU.S. $25,200 • Literacy Percent93

  6. INDONESIA • Indonesia is a vast equatorial archipelago of 17,000 islands extending 5,150 kilometers (3,200 miles) east to west, between the Indian and Pacific Oceans in Southeast Asia. • I have visited dolphin lagoon In Batam where I have interacted with black dolphins and swam with them.

  7. INDONESIA • Indonesia Flag and Fast Facts • Population221,932,000 • CapitalJakarta; 13,194,000 • Area1,922,570 square kilometers(742,308 square miles) • LanguageBahasa Indonesia, English, Dutch, Javanese, and other local dialects • ReligionMuslim, Protestant, Roman Catholic, Hindu, Buddhist • CurrencyIndonesian rupiah • Life Expectancy68 • GDP per CapitaU.S. $3,100 • Literacy Percent89

  8. MALAYSIA • Comprising the territories of Malaya, Sarawak, and Sabah, Malaysia stretches from peninsular Malaysia to northeastern Borneo in Southeast Asia • I have visited Kualalumpur, Genting, Langkawi, Desaru, Bintaan and Malacca.

  9. MALAYSIA • Malaysia Flag and Fast Facts • Population26,121,000 • CapitalKuala Lumpur; 1,352,000 • Area329,847 square kilometers(127,355 square miles) • LanguageBahasa Melayu, English, Chinese dialects, other regional dialects and indigenous languages • ReligionMuslim, Buddhist, Daoist, Hindu, Christian, Sikh, Shamanist • Currencyringgit • Life Expectancy73 • GDP per CapitaU.S. $8,800 • Literacy Percent89

  10. THAILAND • Thailand, in Southeast Asia, is dominated by the Chao Phraya River basin, which contains Bangkok. To the east rises the Khorat Plateau, a sandstone plateau with poor soils supporting grasses and woodlands. The long southern region, connecting with Malaysia, is hilly and forested. • I have been in Thailand now for over three years and have almost explored the whole of Thailand which includes Hua- Hin, Pattaya, Phuket, Krabi, PhiPhi Don, Nakhon Ratchisma, Khao – Yai, Koh Samet, Petchaboon, Kanchanburi, Prachinburi, Chaingmai and Chaingrai

  11. THAILAND • Population65,002,000 • CapitalBangkok; 6,604,000 • Area513,115 square kilometers(198,115 square miles) • LanguageThai, English, ethnic and regional dialects • ReligionBuddhist, Muslim Currencybaht • Life Expectancy71 • GDP per CapitaU.S. $7,000 • Literacy Percent96

  12. TAIWAN • Taiwan is an island off the eastern coast of China between Japan and the Philippines. The island was given the name "Formosa" (meaning "beautiful") by the Portuguese in the 16th century when they first laid eyes on it. • The island of Taiwan offers sunny beaches, richly forested mountains, sleepy countrysides. Temples and monuments of both Chinese and Japanese heritage mix with high-rises in cities that keep going until dawn. • I have been to Taipei on a look and see trip when I was only 3 years old. I remember going to some museums over there.

  13. TAIWAN National Day: 10th OctoberLanguage: Mandarin ChineseCapital: TaipeiGNP per person (in U.S. Dollars): $14,188 (2000)Population: 23 millionLand Area:13,900 sq. milesReligion: Buddhism, Taoism, Christian, othersPeople: 84% of the people are Taiwanese, with only 14% being mainland Chinese. Most of the people of Taiwan can trace their ancestry to China.

  14. CANADA • The second largest country in area after Russia, Canada has coastlines on the Atlantic, Arctic, and Pacific Oceans, giving it the longest coastline of any country. • I have visited Canada when I was 2 years old. I remember making snowballs and having a snowball fight with my cousins in December. I have been to Vancourand Calgary.

  15. CANADA • Canada Flag and Fast Facts • Population32,225,000 • CapitalOttawa; 1,093,000 • Area9,984,670 square kilometers(3,855,101 square miles) • LanguageEnglish, French • ReligionRoman Catholic, Protestant • CurrencyCanadian dollar • Life Expectancy79 • GDP per CapitaU.S. $29,300 • Literacy Percent97

  16. ENGLAND • Separated from the European continent by the North Sea and English Channel, the United Kingdom (informally referred to as Britain) includes England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland. England and Wales were united in 1536. • England is the most populous part of the U.K., with 49 million inhabitants. Almost one third of England's people live in the prosperous southeastern part of the country centered on London—one of the largest cities in Europe. • I visited London on my holidays two years back. I loved Big Ben, feeding pigeons at Trafalgar square, cruising through River Thames, going on London eye and visiting Natural History museum, Sceince museum, London tower and Madam Tussauad’s wax museum.

  17. UNITED KINGDOM • Population60,068,000 • CapitalLondon; 7,615,000 • Area242,910 square kilometers(93,788 square miles) • LanguageEnglish, Welsh, Scottish form of Gaelic • ReligionAnglican, Roman Catholic, other Protestant, Muslim • CurrencyBritish pound • Life Expectancy78 • GDP per CapitaU.S. $25,500 • Literacy Percent99

  18. UNITED KINGDOM • Population60,068,000 • CapitalLondon; 7,615,000 • Area242,910 square kilometers(93,788 square miles) • LanguageEnglish, Welsh, Scottish form of Gaelic • ReligionAnglican, Roman Catholic, other Protestant, Muslim • CurrencyBritish pound • Life Expectancy78 • GDP per CapitaU.S. $25,500 • Literacy Percent99

  19. FRANCE • Fertile plains cover two thirds of France, which is the largest country in Western Europe. With more than half the land under cultivation, France leads the European Union in food exports. The mountain ranges are mostly in the south, including the Alps, Pyrenees, and Massif Central. Forests cover 26 percent of France and are a source of environmental and scenic wealth. • I visited Paris along with London two years back. We traveled to France by Euro Rail. In Paris, we visited Disneyland, the Eiffel Tower and Louvere Museum.

  20. FRANCE • Population60,742,000 • CapitalParis; • Area543,965 square kilometers(210,026 square miles) • LanguageFrench • ReligionRoman Catholic • Currencyeuro • Life Expectancy79 • GDP per CapitaU.S. $26,000 • Literacy Percent99

  21. AUSTRALIA • An island continent located between the Indian and Pacific Oceans, Australia combines a wide variety of landscapes. The highest mountains are part of the Great Dividing Range that line the east coast from Cape York Peninsula south to the state of Victoria. Most people reside along the southeast coast, in cities like Melbourne or Sydney, because winds from the southeast release rain there—leaving the interior beyond the mountains arid or semiarid. • We went to Perth where I had a farm stay with all farm animals like horses , sheep, chickens, kangaroos, camels, illama, ostrich and dogs. In Sydney, I enjoyed at Boondi Beach, Harbour Bridge and aquarium. Melbourne country side is very beautiful and I liked Blue Mountains over there. In Brisbane, Movie World, Ocean World was good fun.

  22. AUSTRALIA Australia Flag and Fast Facts Population20,351,000 CapitalCanberra; 373,000 Area7,692,024 square kilometers (2,969,906 square miles) LanguageEnglish, native languages ReligionProtestant, Roman Catholic CurrencyAustralian dollar Life Expectancy80 GDP per CapitaU.S. $26,900 Literacy Percent100