In the last century the landscape of the world has changed considerably, with metropolitan, industries, skyscrapers and wide connectivity being the norm of the day.
In addition to the landscape, people, especially those of the urban population, have greatly transformed the living standard. Globalization and trade have meant that people’s lives are now more busy than ever before.
Here is the list of the 10 world’s most busy cities:
Tokyo, the busy capital of Japan, combines the ultramodern with traditional buildings, range from neon – light to historical temples. The Meiji Shinto Shrine is famous for its spectacular door and its surrounding forests. In the middle of the large public gardens is the Imperial Palace.
The city’s many museums offer exhibits ranging from classical art (in the Tokyo National Museum) to a reconstructed kabuki theater (in the Edo-Tokyo Museum).
Literally Tokyo never sleeps; housing so many small apartments with a bed which can be converted into set a dining room. Because, basically the Tokyo population comprises mainly teenagers living a financially independent life controlling their own economy.
A home to Japanese Imperial family, Tokyo is also a cultural center, besides being the economic command center. It is the fussiest contemporary urban center on earth, thanks to the inflow of visitors as Tokyo is a basket full of tourist attractions. A place to visit
2. New York
New York is known to as a noisy, bustling, turbulent, busy city with a population of 19 million people. It receives around 50 million visitors every year. The biggest American metropolis – the New York city. Overpopulated with passing crowds, witnessing continuous hustle and bustle, this is why it is known as the city that never sleeps. It makes this city a symbol of US capitalism, power and sophistication and glamour. A perfect place for travelling
More or less than 13 million people live in London, it is a city vulnerable to terrorist attack. Constructed on the river Thames, it is the most vigilant city in the world. There are security cameras almost everywhere you go. With just a single airport, 1400 flights fly in and out every day. 63 million passengers a year. It is a great exploding metropolis. The transport system of London including the metro and the buses is considered the best on earth. The current city that is most visited by travelling tourists.
Shanghai is the largest town in China and a global financial hub on China’s central coast.
The futuristic skyline of the Pudon district, including 632 meters of Shanghai Tower and the Oriental Pearl TV Tower, rises across the Huanpu River. Yu Garden has traditional pavilions, towers, and lakes.
Shanghai is a Chinese city. It is the most beautiful city on earth. The total population is about 20 million people. It is situated in the Yangtze River delta. Shanghai holds a strategic position and could well be the future financial center of the world, considering the fast growth of the Chinese economy. It is a major administrative, shipping and trading city.
The one of world’s largest city has a large bus and metro transport system and the world’s most busy container port as well.
Beijing, once romanized as Peking, is the capital of People’s Republic China, the third most populous city in the world.
Beijing is the second biggest Chinese city by population and also a known major hub for railway, national highway, expressway and high speed rail networks. The Beijing airport is the second busiest international airport on earth. Beijing is a city of entrepreneurs. Whether selling new technologies or old crafts, there’s always a will and a way.
It is so known as its old sites as the Grand Forbidden City Complex, the Imperial Palace of the Ming Dynasties and the Qing Dynasty for its modern architecture.
The cosmopolitan capital of the nation is Moscow, on the Moscow River in western Russia. The Kremlin, a complex home of the president and the Tsarist treasures, is at the center of its historical center.
The Moscow Metro with 188 stations is the backbone of the ever busy Moscow and most avoid road transport so that they don’t get stuck into an annoying traffic jam.
Its historical significance, ancient structures, cultural appeal, architectural wonders, array landmarks, amazing shopping destinations and high end facilities keep attracting more tourists each year.
7. Hong Kong
Hong Kongn has a population of around 4.29 billion people. Situated on the south coast of China, this Chinese city is known for its real estate giants, who build wherever possible. Money making is the only holy grail of people living in Hong Kong. It is botha capitalist and communist country. It is perhaps the most modern, green and hi-tech city in the whole world. It is recognized for its deep natural harbor, a major capitalist service economy, free trade, low taxes and is one of the leading trade centers of the world.
Mumbai is an Indian city with a Population of 20.5 million people. Its industries are very good because of constant supply of electricity and water. it is also the richest Indian city having the biggest port in western India and proudly stands as the financial capital of the subcontinent. Every year people migrate to this melting pot of cultures – mumbai which is well connected by transport systems in order to find a better standard of living.
Singapore, with a population of more than 5.63 million, is a sovereign city state. It’s an island nation politically stable and safe, with delicious food and friendly people.
The country’s top earner industry is tourism with over 8 million visitors to Singapore annually, followed by shipbuilding. What makes Singapore so important and developed in its strategic oceanic location. It is because they have high-tech developed structures, the busy Singapore airlines, people rushing in and out of buildings, a cosmopolitan atmosphere, and great shops which characterize the Singapore city.
Arab Emirates Dubai is part of the UAE Federation with a population of 3,14 million. Dubai is a city and a city known for its luxury shopping, ultramodern architecture and lively night – life in the United Arab Emirates. The skyline is dominated by the 830 m high tower of Burj Khalifa. Dubai Fountain is at its foot, choreographed with music and jets and lights. Atlantis, Palm, a resort with sea and animal parks, is located on the artificial islands just off shore.
People have always seen filling the lines to the airports in Dubai. In terms of population, transport networks, housing, jobs, commercial outlets, stock exchanges, installations, and services, they have increased substantially. No wonder why Dubai is considered to be one of the busiest, most fussy, exploding markets, high traffic and busy metro markets.