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Papua New Guinea has been known for its pristine diving spots and crystal clear waters, but surfing has become quite popular in this Oceania country.

Kamchatka Peninsula: from Russia, with love

Vodka. Before getting in the cold waters of Russia, sip a small shot of Russian vodka and you're ready to dive into a unique surfing experience. Yes, the largest country in the world has great waves on offer.
Morocco has some of the best surf spots to offer in the world. Taghazout area is especially well known for its perfect right-handers that have been attracting surfers from worldwide since the 60's.
Maldives has some of the best waves in the world. This country has 1192 islands and endless surf breaks.
G-Land is one of the most renowned waves of Java. Located in the Eastern side of the island, G-Land is also one of the most exposed reefs in Indonesia, catching more swell than any other break. The reef stretches along one and half kilometers and holds four different take-off surf spots, targeted to different levels of surfing experience.
Surfing in China is all about discovering waves in the 14,500 kilometres of coastline. People's Republic of China might be the most populous state in the world, but surfing is still not the main sports attraction for the 1.3 billion citizens of the country.