Beach on Indochinese Peninsula • Earth.comBeach on Indochinese

Last update: August 7th, 2020 at 5:00 pm

This beach on the Indochinese peninsula (south of China) has views so breathtaking, it’s a wonder why everyone does not just pack up and move there. Beaches, in general, are very pretty, but this one is definitely something to behold!

Mainland Southeast Asia (or the Indochinese Peninsula) is the continental portion of Southeast Asia. It lies east of the Indian subcontinent and south of China and is bordered by the Indian Ocean to the west and the Pacific Ocean to the east. It includes the countries of Myanmar (Burma), Thailand, peninsular Malaysia, Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam.

The term Indochina (originally Indo-China) was coined in the early nineteenth century. It emphasizes the cultural influence on the area of Indian civilization and Chinese civilization. The term was later adopted as the name of the colony of French Indochina (today’s Cambodia, Vietnam, and Laos).

In biogeography, the Indochinese bioegion is a major region in the Indomalayan realm, and also a phytogeographical floristic region in the Oriental Paleotropical Kingdom. It includes the native flora and fauna of all the countries above. The adjacent Malesian Region covers the Maritime Southeast Asian countries, and straddles the Indomalaya and Australasian regions. NASA’s view. This beach on the Indochinese peninsula (south of China) has views so breathtaking, it’s a wonder why everyone does not just pack up and move there. Beaches, in general, are very pretty, but this one is definitely something to behold!

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