Most Crowded Places In The World

Published on August 26, 2022

For ages humans crowd together in areas, and it never looks like the advanced cities are going to slow down. Nevertheless, there are many reasons why a number of people decide to settle in such cities. For instance, It can be due to the fact that such cities provide good education, high income, good health facilities. Last but not the least, The economic growth of these cities are well built which results in attracting many people from other towns. Below you will find some of the most crowded cities in the world.

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15. Montrouge – France

The city is marked as one of the most populated cities in, France has located 4.4km from Paris in the southern suburb. It has a population of 50,260 as per 2017 statics. The city faced a long-term decline period in population which increased to an extent in recent years. The name ” Montrouge” means Red mountain because of the Red appearance on the Earth.   Its name was first listed in the monastery document back in 1194 The place was home to many great artists of the twentieth century. Their telecommunication and professional services have been the main business.


14.Makati – Philippines

Makati the capital city of the Philippines, is the financial center of the county, as it has the highest local corporations and concentration of multinationals. The population is around 629,616. The total area occupied by the city is 21.57 km2 (8.33 sq mi). Makati is well known for its shopping hubs, local and international retail shops, dining outlets, and entertainment facilities. Makati is the home to fine art museums, Churches, and recreation areas.


13. Kolkata-India

Kolkata capital state of India. Its megacity area occupies an area of 206.08 km2 (79.151 sq mi). The population of the city is 4,496,694. It is the primary business and commercial center of Eastern India. It is home to many cricket venues and franchises. The city has some commercial and military ports which boost their business internationally. India saw a decline in its economy at the time of independence.


12.Karachi, Pakistan.

Karachi (City of Lights) is the largest city in Pakistan. It has a colorful nightlife. It has a population of 14,910,352. The city covers 3,780 km2 of area. With its location on the Arabian seas, Karachi has become the transportation hub for the county, it has two largest ports, the Port of Karachi and Port of Bin Qasim. The city has one of the busiest airports Jinnah International Airport. Karachi is now Pakistan’s main industrial and financial center. Karachi is one of the world’s most growing cities and has communities representing almost all ethnic groups in Pakistan.

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11.Vincennes, France.

The city is 6.7km from the center of Paris. It is a commune in the eastern suburbs of Paris, France. Vincennes has a population of 49,461. The city is famous for its castle. Founded in the 12th century, the Chateau de Vincennes is surrounded by thick walls, and parks, and has the only largest zoo in Paris. It has two large military forts. In the 20th century, Vincennes was a site of some famous European colonial expositions in which events were held to show artifacts from former European colonies.


10.Bnei Brak, Israel.

Bnei is a city of Isreal, located on the central Mediterranean Coastal plain. It has a population of 204,639 in 2019. The total area covered by the city is 7,088 km2. The city is said to be one of the poorest and fourth most densely populated cities in the world. Bnei Bark takes its name from the ancient Biblical city Benebberak. The city holds one of the Coca-Cola bottling plants and is among Coca-Cola’s ten largest single-plant bottling facilities worldwide. It has two major factories in the center of Bnei Brak, the Dubek cigarette factory and the Osem food factory. Bnei Brak is home to Isreal’s first women-only departmental store.


9.Port-au-Prince, Haiti.

Haiti’s capital city is Port-au-Prince. It is the most largest city too, having a population of 987,301 in 2015. The city sits on the Gulf of Gonave. Port-au-Prince is the hub of political and intellectual life of the county. It has been the bustling Iron Market, with having mostly females as their vendors. . Port-au-Prince has a tropical wet and dry climate.

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8.Kathmandu, Nepal.

Kathmandu, Nepal’s capital city is located in the valley surrounded by the Himalayan mountains, at an altitude of 4,600 feet. The city is most popular for its religious monuments, different temples, and monasteries. It has a living population of 105,649 households and 2.9 million people in urban agglomeration. The city was the royal capital of the Kingdom of Nepal.

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7.Malé, Maldives.

The Maldives is an island nation in the Indian Ocean. Its capital city is Malé, a densely populated city. There, you can find some cool places to visit and will get a better understanding of what a Maldivian life looks like. An interesting fact about the city is that it was a King’s Island where royal dynasties ruled and palaces were located. In recent years, the island has expanded with landfilling operations.

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 6. Guttenberg, New Jersey.

Located in the northern part of Hudson Country, New Jersey. Guttenberg is a town with the most densely populated incorporated municipality in the United States. The population of the city is 11,176 in total. An interesting fact about Guttenberg, as of the 2010 census, almost one-fifth of the town’s population lived in the Galaxy Towers, a trio of residential skyscrapers overlooking the Hudson River.  (Picture given above).


5. Mislata, Spain.

Mislata has a population of 43,278 spread out over just one square mile. The city is a part of the Valencian Community, Spain. The main places of interest are the church of the ‘Mare de Deu dels Angles’ (virgin of the Angles) and the ‘Creu Coberta’ ( Covered Cross) that separates the town from Valencia. In just over a few years the city has gone from being a small village to a densely populated area of the city of Spain.



Macau or Macao is a city and special administrative region of China. It has a population of 649,342 (2020) and is the most densely populated region in the world. Macau did not develop as a major settlement until the Portuguese arrived in the 16th century. The first European visitor to reach China by sea was the explorer Jorge Álvares , who arrived in 1513 It has the fourth highest life expectancy in the world. The city has one of the highest capital incomes in the world too.


3. Navotas, Philippines.

The 1st class highly urbanized city in the National Capital Region of the Philippines is Navotas. The city shares common boarders with of Obando, Bulacan, along Sukol Creek which separates it from Balt. Navotas is the Fishing Capital of the Philippines. The population of Navotas grew from 11,688 in 1903 to 247,543 in 2020, an increase of 235,855 people over the course of 117 years. The latest census figures in 2020 denote a negative growth rate of 0.16%, or a decrease of 1,920 people, from the previous population of 249,463 in 2015.


2.Damascus, Syria.

Damascus is The capital city of Syria and the fourth holiest city in Islam. With its great mosque at the heart of an urban plan deriving from the Graeco-Roman grid. The city had a population of around 2.7 million in 2004.Unfortunately, due to the ongoing Syrian Civil War, as of September 2019, Damascus was ranked the least livable city in the world out of 140 cities in the Global Livability Index ranking.


1.Neapoli, Thessaloniki, Greece.

Neapoli is a small town. It is located where the city of Ancient Voion was in the past. Neapoli was established between 1050-950AD. The town has a good variety of hotels and rooms to let as well as café bars and traditional restaurants. The local food will excite you and don’t forget to taste some goat cheese, pumpkin pies and sweets.