Top 5 Best Cities in the World – You Must Visit
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What if you realise that the life you are living right now and the world around you is heaven?  What if heaven is here on the Earth itself? Below we have listed the best cities in the world, which are surely going to give you a heavenly experience.

 

Top 5 Best Cities in the World
 
Paris, France
 
 
The capital city of France, Paris is also the most populous city in France. Contributing to 31% of France’s GDP Paris is the second most expensive city in the world. Eiffel Tower, the famous symbol of French pride is the biggest tourist attraction in Paris. Named after the Engineer Gustave Eiffel, it is a wrought iron lattice tower that reaches 300 m in height. There are many other famous monuments in Paris some of which include Arc de Triomphe, Notre Dame, Sacre-Coeur and Pantheon. Also known as the city of love, millions of people visit Paris to spend some romantic time, it is believed that the city has ‘magic’ in the air. The most beautiful place to see is the River Seine, following the Seine through Paris is the best way to enjoy escapades on the river and view its bridges and many attractive islands.
 
London, England
 
 
London is the capital of England, standing on the River Thames in the south east of the island of Great Britain. It is often regarded as a World cultural Capital. London’s iconic national timepiece, Big Ben is a 16 storey Gothic clock tower. Other great attractions in the city are the London Eye and Tower of London. London eye is a huge wheel that gives passengers a bird eye view of the city’s great landmarks. Tower of London is a historical castle home to the crown jewels, it remains the best tourist attraction in London. Due to the marvellous architecture, many locations of the city has been used for Harry Potter. Many tours will take you to where the famous scenes of the movie were shot and its mesmerising locations. The Queen’s official London home, Buckingham Palace is also a famous landmark but is only open to the public two months each year. London is known for its Royalty that has maintained its culture and tradition throughout the past.
 
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
 
 
Dubai is the largest and most populous city in the United Arab Emirates, it is one of the seven emirates that make up the country. It is the most expensive country in the middle east with expensive hotels, restaurants and malls. Dubai is known for its record breaking architecture and man made islands. The tallest building in the world, Burj Khalifa is undoubtedly the best attraction of the city. Standing at 828 m it dominates Dubai’s skylines, however the true majesty of the building is best appreciated from inside. The stunning views from the observational deck can be enjoyed alongside a meal. Next to the Burj Khalifa is the Dubai Mall, which is the largest mall in the world. The Mall occupies an indoor theme park, indoor waterfall, an ice rink and the giant Dubai Aquarium and Underwater Zoo. There are over thousands of shops and restaurants in the mall. Palm Islands are three artificial islands that have beautiful attractions such as water parks, parachuting and aquariums. Dubai is also famous for its luxury hotel Burj Al Arab considered as the top 7 star hotel in the world.

 

New York, USA
 
 
The most populous city of the United States of America, New York is the cultural, financial and media capital of the world. New York is divided into five boroughs, the best known being Manhattan. Here you will find the city’s top attractions like the Empire State Building, Central Park, Times Square and many more. The famous Statue of Liberty stands on the Liberty Island in New York harbour, one can have a great view of the liberty island from the observational deck. Some of the attractions of Liberty island include The Battery park, National 11 September museum and Liberty State Park.  The city offers beautiful sightseeing which can be experienced during the evening in Cruises around Manhattan. The famous Brooklyn bridge is the primary symbol of the city that provides a passage between Brooklyn and Manhattan. Other famous landmarks include Chrysler Building, The Metropolitan Museum of Art and Rockefeller Center.
 
Bangkok, Thailand
 
 
Bangkok is the capital and most populous city of Thailand. It is famous for its vibrant street life and cultural landmarks. The Grand Palace is the most famous attraction in the city, built in 1782 this royal palace was once home to Kings. It now contains a museum and is open to the public for visiting. One of the famous Buddhist temples of the city is the Wat Arun, standing alongside the river with a tilted central spire. Other famous cultural landmarks include Golden Buddha, Thonburi, and Wat Saket. Bangkok has one of the largest markets in the world, Chatuchak Market with over 8000 stalls and more than 200,000 visitors a day. The street food is a must to have in Bangkok especially at Chinatown. There are Thai massage parlors located everywhere in the city and one should experience it at least once to feel rejuvenated. One can also enjoy Sea life in Bangkok, there are many Ocean Worlds and National Parks located in the city. Bangkok’s food and beautiful nightlife cannot be found anywhere else in the World.

 
 


 
 


 
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