Asia

Beirut, Lebanon

Beirut is one of the hugest cities on earth. With an approximate population of 2 million people, the city serves as the administrative capital of Lebanon. Since Lebanon is relatively a small country in size, Beirut is regarded as the only city and has been the largest metropolis since the country became independent.

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Astana, Kazakhstan

In 1997, the little known city of Astana was named as the capital of Kazakhstan, a role it took with pride from Almaty. Since it’s newly found status, the year has recorded a fantastic growth with daring, architectural rich buildings sprouting all over the city.

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Ashgabat, Turkmenistan

Ashgabat is simply known as ‘the city of love’ and features lavishly built marble palaces, vast manicured parklands and numerous attractions. Previously a small metropolis in the country, the city has of late reinvented itself and transformed to become a showcase center for the republic.

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Top 5 places to see in Vietnam

The long, skinny country of Vietnam offers a fairly clear route to travellers wanting to explore the length and breadth of the country. But it’s a case of where to stop among the wonderful rural outposts, astounding natural wonders and vibrant cities.

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Amman, Jordan

Being the largest and capital city of Jordan, Amman is the most attractive city in the country in terms of tourism. The city holds numerous items that could definitely be of interest to any traveler not to mention the very friendly locals and its more organized appearance.

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Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

Jeddah has served as a convergence spot for traders and pilgrims to Saudi Arabia for many centuries. In fact, Jeddah has been regarded to be the major cultural centre in the world.

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Busan, South Korea

The port city of Busan is a famous spot for raw fish and upon your visit to this South Korean city, you will some absence of cosmopolitan feeling. Actually, inhabitants of Busan use a rather harsh dialect which Seoul people sometimes find it incomprehensible.

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Yokohama, Japan

Yokohama has developed from a city that consisted of a mere 600 people during the time of Black Ships to one of the largest and wealthiest cities in Japan. To be specific, it is the second important metropolis in Japan and features a breezy inviting atmosphere, relaxation parks, historic districts, great shopping areas and some of the finest foods in the nation.

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Suzhou, China

Suzhou is a city that boasts of having one of the most beautiful landscapes and sceneries in China. Located in Jiangsu province in South East China, the prosperous of the city largely depends on the well known Grand Canal.

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Shenyang, China

Lioning province in China has Shenyang as its capital. Located in the northeastern parts of China, Shenyang is the trade center, transportation, cultural and economic hub of this region.

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