Asia

Manila, Philippines

Manila is huge city in Philippines that serves as the country’s capital and center for transportation, business and education. Manila city is reputed as being a polluted and congested concrete jungle. Unfortunately, since there are many tourist destinations in Philippines, most travelers simply overlook Manila as just a stop over and quickly proceed on to other islands and provinces in the nation.

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Kathmandu, Nepal

Kathmandu is the most developed city in Nepal which currently serves as the nation’s capital. It shares a name with Kathmandu valley. Previously, Kathmandu was believed be a fabled city that was completely inaccessible. However, this has changed over time and it is has become one of the emerging vacation hot spots, receiving a large number of independent travelers of all budgets.

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Manama, Bahrain

A quarter of Bahrain’s popularity, about 155, 000 people live in Manama which is the largest city and capital of Bahrain. Manama enjoys a desert tropical weather characterized by humid summers and dry winters at night.

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Kabul, Afghanistan

The largest city in Afghanistan, Kabul has served as the country’s capital since 1776 to date. Thanks to the numerous wars taking place in the country, Kabul has undergone through severe damage and experienced great suffering for years.

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Male, Maldives

Male serves as the capital city Maldives and sits on the whole Male islet at the southern parts of Male Atoll. Despite being small, this island is home to more than 100,000 people which makes Male one of the most densely populated cities.

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Kuwait City, Kuwait

Kuwait City is modernized urban settlement that serves as the capital city of Kuwait. Featuring high rise buildings, wide boulevards, luxury hotels and well maintained gardens and parks, the bustling Kuwait City is undoubtedly an interesting place to visit.

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Islamabad, Pakistan

Since 1963, the relatively quite Islamabad city has been serving as the capital city of Pakistan. Islamabad is mainly and administrative city and the major buildings here are offices of the Federal Government, the Parliament and the prime minister and president of Pakistan officially resides in this city.

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Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan

Bishkek is an amazingly large city in Kyrgyzstan republic. As the capital city, the approximate population of the city is about 1 million. Since the city is relatively new, you can expect to find just a few historical sites.

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Pyongyang, North Korea

Situated on River Taedong, Pyongyang is the largest city in North Korea and its administrative capital. The city has a population of 2.75 million inhabitants and it is one of the most visited cities in the country.

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Pune, India

Pune is regarded as the convergence spot of new and old India. Overtime, Pune has established itself as a centre for business and academia. In addition to housing Osho Meditation Resort, the city is also a notable historic and cultural centre.

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