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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.
The ultimate dream of a surfer is to ride the endless wave. The dream may become reality if you're in Brazil, at the right time. Pororoca is considered one of the longest surfable waves in the world. This tidal bore is located in the huge Amazon and can only be surfed twice in a year.
Cloud 9 is one of the best surf spots in the world. Located in the Siargao Island, Philippines, this is an incredible wave touched by the Pacific Ocean swell and winds.
"The Bono" is not a typical wave. It is a tidal bore, as it is only found in few rivers around the world. Located in the river Kampar, Sumatra, Indonesia, this wave has been secretly ridden by locals on their canoes for more than 70 years.