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Beijing

Beijing is the capital city of China. It is known for its historic and cultural heritage including the Seven UNESCO World Heritage Sites: The Great Wall, The Temple of Heaven, the Forbidden City, the Summer Palace, the Mind Tombs, Peking Man Site and Grand Canal. It is also a home to the biggest airport, Beijing Capital Airport, which serves  around 120 destinations. Apart from tourism, major industries in Beijing include telecommunications, machinery, food, electronics, automobile, textiles, garments, metallurgy and household appliances.

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Cairo

Cairo is the capital of Egypt and it is also one of the largest cities both in Africa and Middle East regions. It is located in the Northern Egypt and known to be the country’s primary hub for economic production and financial control. With an improving infrastructure and a growing tourist industry, Cairo is now promoting itself as a premier conference and convention centre where numerous international events are held in the city over the years.

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Casablanca

Casablanca is a city beside the shoreline of the Atlantic Ocean. With a population of more than 3 million, this warm weathered city has a low crime rate considering it a safe destination. A former French colony with a twist a Maruresque architecture. A mix of moorish and European style and culture attracts more than 11 million tourists.

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Delhi

Delhi is the capital city of India and it is well-known for its enriched heritage and culture. It is divided into two sections, the Old Delhi and New Delhi. The best time to visit this city is from October to March because it has an extreme climate with a very hot summer and very cold winter. One of the famous landmarks of the city is the remarkable Lotus Temple.

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Dhaka

Formerly known as Dacca, Dhaka is the largest and the capital city of Bangladesh. It has grown into a mega city with 16 million people becoming the commercial and financial hub of the country. Because of its strategic location, Dhaka is the center of political, cultural and economic life in Bangladesh. As a result, it attracts foreign investment and greater volumes of trade and commerce, aside from tourists coming in to experience the wonders of Dhaka.

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Guangzhou

Guangzhou is the third biggest city after Shanghai and Beijing. Located near the Pearl River, it has a population of over 11 million people. Guangzhou is the meeting point of the South China Sea and inland rivers. Due to this strategic position, it is a significant port office, a giant metropolis and one of China’s main trade and transportation hub. The city harbours significant tourist attraction sites such as the oldest mosque of China, the magnificent Sky touching towers namely Canton Tower and CTF tower.

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Hong Kong

Starting off from being a rural land where fishing communities and trades were slowly improving, HongKong slowly made its way to modernization while being ruled by the British in 1941 and regaining its independence in 1997. Today, countless tourists and 7.392 million locals can see how different Hong Kong is compared to its previous version with mountainous terrains and no skyscrapers could be seen. It has made its improvement for the locals, tourists, and its country.

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Johannesburg

Johannesburg is the capital city of Gauteng Province and also known as South Africa’s biggest city. It is also known as the City of Gold or ‘e-Goli’ because of its history in gold mining. It is also the most populous city in South Africa. Around 70 percent of Johannesburg’s population are black, the rest are white, Asian and Indian. Tourists love the temperate climate of the city. One of the things you shouldn’t miss is to see the famous Apartheid Museum which is one of their famous landmarks.

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Lagos

Being the second fastest-growing city in Africa, Lagos is the major financial hub of the country. It is also the most populous city in Nigeria. It also houses one of the largest and busiest seaports in the continent, the Port of Lagos. With a tropical dry and wet climate, tourists will enjoy the sandy beaches, boat trips and water sports. One of Lagos’ popular beaches is the Tarkwa Bay Beach where travelers can enjoy the beach and do surfing.

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Hong Kong

Starting off from being a rural land where fishing communities and trades were slowly improving, HongKong slowly made its way to modernization while being ruled by the British in 1941 and regaining its independence in 1997. Today, countless tourists and 7.392 million locals can see how different Hong Kong is compared to its previous version with mountainous terrains and no skyscrapers could be seen. It has made its improvement for the locals, tourists, and its country.

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Johannesburg

Johannesburg is the capital city of Gauteng Province and also known as South Africa’s biggest city. It is also known as the City of Gold or ‘e-Goli’ because of its history in gold mining. It is also the most populous city in South Africa. Around 70 percent of Johannesburg’s population are black, the rest are white, Asian and Indian. Tourists love the temperate climate of the city. One of the things you shouldn’t miss is to see the famous Apartheid Museum which is one of their famous landmarks.

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Lagos

Being the second fastest-growing city in Africa, Lagos is the major financial hub of the country. It is also the most populous city in Nigeria. It also houses one of the largest and busiest seaports in the continent, the Port of Lagos. With a tropical dry and wet climate, tourists will enjoy the sandy beaches, boat trips and water sports. One of Lagos’ popular beaches is the Tarkwa Bay Beach where travelers can enjoy the beach and do surfing.

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Mumbai

Mumbai, also formerly-known-as Bombay City, is the capital of Maharashtra state located in the southwestern part of India. It is also the most populous city and also one of the largest and most densely populated urban areas in the world. This is the reason why it is considered as the economic hub and financial capital of India. The city is known to have a warm and humid climate.

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Seoul

South Korea’s capital, Seoul has a lively atmosphere. From modernized skyscrapers and buildings, metro trains and plazas to the historic temples, shrines and even villages with lots of historic events and memories, you can find it in Seoul. In the cool and windy city of approximately 10 million, this is considered as one of the top tourist destinations in Asia. Go tour around Dongdaemun Design Plaza and see its advance architecture.

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Shanghai

Shanghai is China’s largest city and one of the world’s most vibrant cities. Shanghai means “the city by the sea”. Situated on the west shore of the Pacific Ocean, Shanghai is an excellent sea and river port – serves as the most influential economic, financial, international trade, and cultural centre in East China. Being the commercial and financial centre of China, also serving as the largest base of Chinese industrial technology.

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Shenzhen

Shenzhen is one of the wealthiest cities in the province of Guangdong, China. It is a popular destination both for business travellers and Chinese tourists. No wonder because Shenzhen is considered as the world’s largest manufacturing hub and China’s richest city. Aside from that, it is also a good place to unwind because Shenzhen is known to have beautiful themed parks and also a shopping destination.

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Singapore

One of the smallest countries in Asia, Singapore is an island in the Indian Ocean. It may be small but its approximately 5.6 million people guarantee the safety and cleanliness of Singapore. Considered as one of the most open countries in the world with its visa-free travel to most countries. This country’s warm weather is comfortable and cozy making you want to discover the wonderful surroundings.

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Tokyo

Considered to be the busiest city in Japan, with a population of almost 10 million, this capital city is considered a mix of modern and traditional culture on the Land of the Rising Sun. This is where almost every happens, from international relations, most headquarters of well-known companies, best shopping districts and many more. On a comfortably fine day, you can go on an adventure of both contemporary and conservative culture of Japan.