The largest desert in the whole of the known world, Si Wong is the driest and hottest place in the world. It consists of miles of barren sand dunes and is often swept by blustering sandstorms that race across its surface. Somewhere in the desert, records tell of a library. Good luck finding it, because great physical and mental stamina are needed to navigate the harsh terrain. It's known as the Desert of the Dead for a reason.
The Great Divide is the largest canyon in the Earth Kingdom. Steep sided, deep and with numerous plateaus and rocky shelves, it is highly recommended that visitors travel with a Canyon Guide to find a safe route. Dangerous predators also reside at the bottom of the canyon and are attracted to food carried by unwitting travellors.
The East and West Lakes are two large bodies of water in the centre of the Earth Kingdom. Together, they practically cut the Northern Region off from the entirely of the Central and Southern areas. The only way to access the Northern Region is by Serpants Pass, which divides the two lakes, or by taking a ferry from Moon Bay for a price. The West Coast connects to the Mo Ce Sea.
Making up most of the central region is the Si Wong desert which remains largely uninhabited. To the west of the desert, the climate is cooler allowing for large deciduous forests, several swamps and the Barren Great Divide. To the east, there is another mountain range and it is here that the Eastern Air Temple resides.