Asia is the largest continent. It alone covers one-third of earth’s surface. It consists of 48 countries. 

Half of the world population lives here. The earth’s two most populous countries, China & India, are a part of this continent.



The Great Wall of China (China), Taj Mahal (India) and Angkor wat (Cambodia) are some of the most famous monuments in Asia. 

More than 2300 official languages are spoken in Asia. Some of the most common ones being Chinese (China), Hindi (India), Japanese (Japan), Urdu (Pakistan), English, etc. 


The world’s highest mountains, The Himalayas, are in Asia, as well as the highest plateau, The Tibetan Plateau. The Dead Sea (Jordan) is the world’s lowest point on land which is also in Asia. 


Asia is the birth place of almost all the major world religions – Christianity, Judaism, Hinduism, Islam, Buddhism, to name a few. The main religions in China are Buddhism, Chinese folklore and Confucianism among many others.


Football (also known as Soccer) is the most popular sport in almost all Asian countries. Cricket is the second most popular sport in Asia. Other popular sports in Asia include baseball, basketball, badminton and table tennis.

Extending from northern China into Mongolia, the Gobi Desert is the largest desert in Asia. Even after being a desert, only 5% of the area is covered by sand dunes. It is the coldest desert. You can find snow on sand dunes during winters. 

Pick up the globe and get going!!!

The questions are in increasing level of difficulty


Q – Taj Mahal is in which country?

Q – Which is the biggest country in Asia, by land?

Q – Where is the Dead Sea located?

Q – Which is the largest desert in the Asia?

Q – Which are the most famous religions in Asia?

Q – Name 3 countries of South Asia.

Q – Name 3 countries of South East Asia.

Q – Name 3 Countries of Far East.

Q – Name 3 Countries of West Asia.

Q – Name 3 countries of Central Asia.








A – India

A – Russia

A – Jordan

A – Gobi desert

A – Hinduism, Islam, and Buddhism

A – India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, Maldives 

A – Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, Brunei, Myanmar, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam 

A – Japan, North Kore, South Korea, Taiwan (Technically part of China)

A – Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Oman, Kuwait, UAE, Jordan, Israel, Syria, Iran, Iraq, Turkey

A – Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan