Asia

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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Yangon, Myanmar

Yangon ceased from being the capital for Myanmar in 2005. Nevertheless, the city has not only continued to be an economic hub but also the main gateway for tourists and other visitors entering the country.

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Surat, India

While Surat is essentially a port city, the damning projects that have been erected in Tapti River have made it unnavigable and consequently led to the construction of another port down the stream in Hazira.

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Kolkata, India

For the past couple of years, Kolkata is one of the cities in India that have experienced dramatic transformation that has placed it on the global map as a tourist destination. Very famous for the devotion and inspiring work committed by Mother Teressa, Kolkata has become a hub of culture and traditions in India.

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Chongqing, China

Chongqing is currently getting a spotlight in China after many years of being overlooked and the locals and foreigners as well. The city was once famous when it acted as a wartime capital but after other cities in the country such Beijing became more economically successful, attention immediately shifted away from Chongqing.

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Chennai City, India

Chennai city sits elegantly along the Coromandel Coast. Boasting of a rich cultural heritage, the ancient city has managed to maintain its ethnicity over years of rapid modernization and developed to become a jewel of India.

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Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei

Bandar Seri Begawan or BRB is the capital city of Brunei. Even though a number of tourists visit the city in any given year, don’t expect that it has a lot to offer. In fact, don’t go to Bandar with expectations of finding the stunning and tasteful architecture that characterizes Southeast Asia.

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Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

For the past couple of years, Riyadh has tremendously developed from a little, dusty unknown walled city to a diverse metropolis. Riyadh didn’t develop to become a centre for exquisite architecture and culture until 1950s when the age beaten structures were put down to pave way for a modernized commercial city.

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Baghdad, Iraq

Once upon a time, Baghdad was a great center for culture and learning in the world of Islamic before it was almost brought down on its knees by long periods of war. The history of Baghdad is illustrious and long.

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Ahmedabad, India

With a population of 6.5 million people, Ahmedabad is listed at number six among top largest cities in India. While it is notably the commercial center of the Indian Gujarat, it is however not its capital.

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