Top 10 Most Densely Populated Cities in the World

In the last years, there have been mass migration movements from rural to urban areas around the world to find jobs and opportunities for business.
In the last couple of years, there has been a steady increase in the population of metropolitan cities worldwide.
Here are the top 10 most densely populated cities:

10. New York City

  • People per square kilometer: 17,767
  • Population: 8,323,338
  • Area: 468.484 sq km
  • Country: United States

New York City has 8.6 million inhabitants in an area just a little over 300 square miles!
We didn’t even count the estimated 61.8 million tourists visiting the world’s financial capital each year.
New York City’s population density is much higher than most metropolitan areas in the United States.
The population density of Manhattan alone (69,468 people a mile) also sweeps through other packed locations worldwide.

Why is New York so populated?
New York is one of the few places inhabitants in the last few years where people can find white-collar jobs quickly. 
If you are a Philly stockbroker and your company is going into it, your other work options are scarce. 
But if you move to NYC and there are many more job opportunities in financial services, health care, professional services, retail, educational services, arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media industry.
Speaking about housing,
NYC was always about real estate. In Manhattan, an acre lot could possibly hold dozens of households and hundreds of companies, so owning property was much more a path to wealth (or status of wealth).
As for crowding, this is less related to NY than to economics in the last 40 years. 
For a city of eight million as foreseen in the late 19th century, the infrastructure development parts which define New York City, such as the subway and bus system were designed and constructed.

9. Alexandria

  • People per square kilometer: 18,023
  • Population: 5,280,664
  • Area: 293 sq km
  • Country: Egypt

Alexandria is the second-largest city in Egypt by population and one of the most important economic centers of the country. 
According to various estimates, Alexandria has a population of 5,280,664 in 2020. 
In 1950, as per official census reports, there were 1,037,462 people in Alexandria. Since 2015, Alexandria has grown to 491,302, an annual change of 1.97%.

Speaking about its history,
Alexander the Great was believed to have founded the town of Alexandria in 331 BC. 
It was a major cultural and intellectual center during ancient times. 
Because of its important role as the economic center of Egypt, the city of Alexandria has grown significantly throughout the years. 
Also known as a laid back culture, the city has become attractive to immigrants.
Many reports project the population to continue to grow because of the city’s culture, history, and commerce, with 5 million people living across the horizon at the next milestone.

8. Bogota

  • People per square kilometer: 18,766
  • Population: 10,978,360
  • Area: 585 sq km
  • Country: Colombia

Bogotá is Colombia’s capital and the biggest city by both population and area. 
Tourist attractions,
Bogotá is a city of contrasts and offers its visitors a unique experience. 
Get ready to find a hectic balance of the old and the new and a combination of a peaceful and frenzied atmosphere. 
Find century-old squares and churches shaded by tall skyscrapers. Find peaceful bicycle routes, tree-lined through avenues of wild traffic. 
Population growth,
Bogota is among the major financial centers in South America for official business transactions, ranging from internationally recognized corporations to regional offices for multinationals.

7. Surat

  • People per square kilometer: 22,039
  • Population: 7,184,590
  • Area: 326 sq km
  • Country: India

Surat is the oldest and primary financial center in the state of Gujarat India (also known as Surat city).
Why Surat is famous?
Today, Surat has earned the reputation of the country’s major industrial and commercial hub. 
Because of its strategic position, we also know the place as India‘s West Gateway. 
Surat is the primary industrial hub for the most extensive diamond cutting and polishing plants in the world.
The city is home to over 5,000 diamond production plants, including the most advanced diamond cutting plants. 
Surat is popularly known as the diamond city of the world.
The Surat SEZ has over 100 listed companies and is quickly becoming a major manufacturing hub for jewelry.

6. Manila

  • People per square kilometer: 22,473
  • Population: 13,923,452
  • Area: 620 sq km
  • Country: Philippines

The idea of reaching a living city with urban planning and design sounds pretty much like a pie to the sky to those who live in the Dystopian world of Metro Manila.
Manila is the capital city of Philippines.
It is a highly urbanized city and a part of Metropolitan Manila.
National Capital Region (NCR) comprises City of Manila (capital of country), Caloocan, Malabon, Navotas, Valenzuela, Quezon City, Marikina, Pasig, Taguig, Makati, Mandaluyong, San Juan, Pasay, Parañaque, Las Piñas, and Muntinlupa.
Manila is the most densely populated city in the world if we consider the capital city alone.

Why is Manila so densely populated?
Manila or Metro Manila (MM) are so populated in general because people from the provinces have migrated to seek opportunities. 
It’s because there are many opportunities as compared to rural agricultural areas. 
Most migrants are from other minor cities and rural provinces. 
The rural migrants then preferred to stay in the city, stay well, build a family, and continue their way of life instead of going home to their hometowns.

5. Ahmedabad

  • People per square kilometer: 23,027
  • Population: 8,059,441
  • Area: 350 sq km
  • Country: India

Ahmedabad is the largest city in Gujarat and one of the primary business hubs in Western India.
Ahmedabad was the third fastest-growing city of the decade, according to Forbes in 2010.
The estimated gross national product of Ahmedabad as of 2017 stood at $68 billion.
In July 2017 it was declared as India’s first UNESCO World Heritage City to be the historic city of Ahmedabad or Old Ahmedabad.
In recent years, Ahmedabad has emerged as an important business and industrial hub in India.
Being a globalized city, it is India’s second-largest cotton producer and the country’s second-largest stock exchange.
Nowadays, the city is excellent for the production of medicinal products and detergents.
A booming economy and disposable income drove the boom in the megacity of Ahmedabad.
The textile industry, Pharmaceutical Industry, Detergent Industry, Major industrial corporations attract the workforce not just across the state but throughout the country.

4. Kinshasa

  • People per square kilometer: 24,601
  • Population: 14,342,439
  • Area: 583 sq km
  • Country: Democratic Republic of the Congo

Kinshasa is the capital of the Democratic Republic of Congo and also the largest city. 
The city is located on the bank of the Congo River. 
Kinshasa is once a fishing and trading location with an estimated population of over 11 million. Kinshasa now represents one megacity.
Why is Kinshasa crowded?
In 1920, Kinshasa’s population was only 20,000. By 1940 it had around 450,000 inhabitants. 
It is currently likely to be the second-largest city in Africa with 75 million people within 50 years and is currently 12 million. 
It’s a dysfunctional megalopolis on Western standards, surrounded by vast settlements of informal villages with no existing and/or collapsing infrastructure.

3. Hong Kong

  • People per square kilometer: 26,483
  • Population: 7,547,652
  • Area: 285 sq km
  • Country: Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China (HKSAR)

Hong Kong’s urban area has the highest population and working population in the world.
Measurement of population densities at the block level can be over 400,000 per square kilometer.
Hong Kong has around eight million residents.
You feel that a large majority of those eight million people are hanging out if they visited Mong Kok District in Hong Kong.
It is an understatement to call the district busy. ‘Mong Kok’ literally means “busy corner” in the local Cantonese language.
In fact, with an average of 130,000 living in each square kilometer, Mong Kok district of Hong Kong is the most populous area on earth, according to the Guinness World Records.
Hong Kong’s high real estate prices are also one of the contributing factors.
Those with low and medium incomes, and even some with high incomes, can live only in high-rise buildings.
Hong Kong is still a liveable city compared to other major cities throughout the world despite its very high density.

2. Mumbai

  • People per square kilometer: 33,452
  • Population: 20,185,064
  • Area: 603 sq km
  • Country: India

The environmental status report has demonstrated that over 33,000 people live on per sq kilometers of land in the city. 
Mumbai continues to be the world’s top three most densely populated cities. 
By 2041 many reports estimate it that the population in the city will be 17.24 million.
The estimated population of the city is 12.73 million, according to the data from the city department of health. 
It has a population density of over 30,000 people per sq km (no development area excluded). 
The addition of 404 million urban residents to India is anticipated by 2050. 
This explosion in urban development leads to informal urban settlements and slums. 
Dharavi is one of them allegedly, has 2,00,000 people per square kilometer density.

Why is Mumbai so populated?
Around 24.5 million people live in the Greater Mumbai Metropolitan Area – the “Suburban District of Mumbai,” as do the towns of Navi Mumbai, Thane, Bhiwandi, & Kalyan. 
The largest city in the country is second only to the metropolis of New Delhi, the Indian capital, with a population of 25 million in 2014.
Mumbai, India’s financial and entertainment capital, is one of the richest cities in India, accounting for 25% of industrial output and 70% of maritime trade.
These cultural and financial institutions attract migrants from around the country creating a top-level of diversity in the megapolis.
With migrants seeking business and employment opportunities, we attribute the rapid population growth to migration from other regions in the country. 
Since 1991, when the census showed that 9.9 million people lived in the area, the population of Mumbai has more than doubled.

1. Dhaka

  • People per square kilometer: 56,343
  • Population: 20,283,552
  • Area: 360 sq km
  • Country: Bangladesh

Dhaka has been the most densely populated city in the world for the third consecutive year, with a density of 47,400 people per square kilometer.
To take advantage of livelihood opportunities, people travel from various areas all across Bangladesh to Dhaka, resulting in rapid population growth in the city.

Why is Dhaka so populated?
Rural migration to urban Dhaka in rural areas contributes actively to population growth.
2,000 people are reported to be moving to Dhaka every day. According to Habitat for Humanity, over 26% of Bangladeshi people who are migrating to Dhaka leave their hometowns because of natural disasters and climate change. 
Dhaka rotates its daily life in the local markets. Many workers work along the Buriganga, which runs through Dhaka and is heavily contaminated with human and manufacturing waste. 
While this growth has been slowing since then, Dhaka is still experiencing steady growth, with estimates of nearly 21 million people by 2020, while up to 27.3 million residents by 2030.
As high rates of poverty show, the rapidly growing population has already placed tremendous stress upon it, with increasing congestion, a higher percentage of unemployment, and inadequate infrastructure in future concerns.

The UN report shows that more than half the world’s population lives in urban areas and is expected to rise to 66 percent by 2050.
The report further states that ‘the overall growth of the world’s population could add another 2.5 billion people to urban populations by 2050, with close to 90 percent of the increase concentrated in Asia and Africa.’

Top 10 Smallest Countries in the World

If you are planning for the next international trip but want to experience something different, we have extremely small countries, which are also, best tourist destinations around.
As there are many largest country destinations like Russia, Canada, Brazil, and Australia but there won’t be a thrill factor that a small tourist destination can have. 
These types of countries are called microstatesMost of these nations have a region of less than 400 square kilometers, mostly present in Europe, the Caribbean, and the Pacific. 
These small countries are also among the wealthiest, most distant, and most fascinating locations, with their laws and culture. Here are the top 10 smallest countries in the world:

10. Malta - 316 km²

  • Location: Central Mediterranean sea
  • Poulation: ~460,000

Malta is an island in Europe. It is located around the center of the Mediterranean sea.
The capital of Malta is Valletta. Around 460,000 people live in Malta, and it is one of the most densely populated countries in the world. 
Because of this, it has many cities and towns that grew close to each other.
Another famous tourist destination, for its sunny climate, attractive coasts, rich culture, and lively nightlife, people from all over the globe travel to Malta.
Made up of just 316 km2 for all three islands, Malta is the 10th smallest country in the world by area.

9. Maldives - 300 km²

  • Location: Indian Ocean
  • Poulation: ~436,000

The Maldives, a famous Indian Ocean tourism destination, is Asia’s smallest country by area and population. 
The Maldives has over 1,192 coral reefs, distributed over 90,000 square kilometers, rendering it one of the most dispersed nations in the world.
Today, owing to its renowned white sand coasts and crystal blue waters, the Maldives has a flourishing tourism economy. 
Many Maldives islands seem to be only 1.5 meters above average sea level. This low altitude on the ground makes the Maldives the world’s lowest elevation level nation.
Unfortunately, owing to global warming, the increase in sea level is about to erode many islands of the Maldives soon.

8. Saint Kitts and Nevis - 261 km²

  • Location: Caribbean sea
  • Poulation: ~55,338

These two tiny Caribbean islands were some of the first islands that Europeans inhabited. 
Combined, they occupy most of 261 square kilometers, making Saint Kitts and Nevis the eighth-smallest nation in the world.
Its economy depends on tourism, farming, and small-scale manufacturing.
Because of the plenty of aquatic life, the islands also provide great diving places. 
Today the country has around 55,338 citizens. We know both islands for their intact coasts, rain forests, and pleasant climate.

7. Marshall Islands - 181 km²

  • Location: Oceania
  • Poulation: ~53,100

The Marshall Islands comprise hundreds of islands and thousands of islets linked through 29 coral reefs. There are only 24 populated islands with 68,000 residents.
People of Marshall Islands talk Marshallese and English. This tiny island country’s main economies include handicrafts, copra, seafood handling, and tourism.
This nation’s glass transparent green seas are host to 160 marine reefs and 800 fish species.
Also, the Marshall Islands is one of the best scuba diving and snorkeling destinations.

6. Liechtenstein - 160 km²

  • Location: Europe
  • Poulation: ~38,000

Liechtenstein is the only nation in the world to be entirely situated in the Alps, a German-speaking country. 
Located between Switzerland and Austria, this small country has only 160 square kilometers of land area and 37,132 inhabitants. 
Liechtenstein is the richest country in the world, according to GDP (nominal) per capita ($166,022). 
Getting into the nation is difficult because within its territory there is no airport. 
Visitors have to travel through Zurich Airport in Switzerland to reach this Alpine country that is still governed by a prince! 
Liechtenstein is the sixth smallest state in the world with 160 square kilometers.

5. San Marino - 61 km²

  • Location: Europe
  • Poulation: ~33,000

San Marino is the third smallest country in Europe, with a total area of 61 square kilometers. 
This tiny nation is encircled completely by Italy. San Marino is also Europe’s earliest republic, established in A.D. 301. San Marino has only 30,000 occupants.
There are nine municipalities in the country, and the capital is San Marino City. 
It is also one of the world’s wealthiest per GDP nations. Also famous for having more cars than its population is San Marino. 
San Marino’s economy is focused primarily on tourism, banking, and textiles.

4. Tuvalu - 26 km²

  • Location: Ocenia
  • Poulation: ~11,400

The tiny country of Tuvalu is made up of five atolls and four islands in the Western Pacific. This small island country has only 11,400 inhabitants.
Its highest point is about 4.5 meters from the average sea level.
This leaves Tuvalu’s tiny islands susceptible to rising sea levels. In this nation, there is only one airport in the atoll of Funafuti.
Tourism is not very strong for the place of the country far away from major countries. Less than 3,000 tourists arrived in Tuvalu in 2019.

3. Nauru - 21 km²

  • Location: Pacific Ocean
  • Poulation: ~13,650

Nauru is the world’s smallest island country with an area of 21 km².
Which also makes it the world’s second least populated country, with only 13,650 residents.
It’s a big island with plenty of phosphate mineral resources.
From 1960 to 1970, the extraction of this valuable resource became the country’s primary source of revenue.
Nauru GDP wise, as a country became rich overnight but, unfortunately, as soon as the phosphate started depleting, the country began its decline.
It could still become economically stable by promoting tourism.
As tropical colorful coral reefs surround it, this island nation is renowned for white sandy shores.
But Nauru’s tourism is limited as the main industries in Nauru are phosphate mining, coconut items, and overseas banking.

2. Monaco - 2 km²

  • Location: Europe
  • Poulation: ~39,000

Located on the French Riviera, Monaco is home to the world’s per capita wise most millionaires and billionaires.
It is also the second-smallest nation in the world, with a complete region of only 2 square kilometers.
Monaco is a favorite playground for the wealthy and celebrities, known for its gambling and luxury goods and services sector.
Another significant appeal in Monaco is Monaco Grand Prix, as it’s one of the world’s most famous races.
The inhabitants of Monaco are mostly French-speaking, as bordered by France on three sides and one side by the Mediterranean Sea.

1. Vatican City - 0.44 km²

  • Location: Europe
  • Poulation: ~1,000

One of the most recognizable people on the planet is the most renowned citizen of the Vatican, The Pope.
The population of Vatican City does not even build up the half-thousand limit.
Vatican City is the smallest country in the world by area, with only 0.44 square kilometers.
Its revenue arises from the collective donations of over USD 1 billion Roman Catholic Church members around the world.
The rest of its economy works from the selling of museum postmarks, tourist memorabilia, and entry charges.

Top 10 Largest Navies in the World

largest navy in the world

It’s not difficult to guess which country has the strongest navy in the world.
But are you not concerned about which countries are behind THAT?
Since the sea was navigable, empires from early ages began to the race to conquer the 70% earth, and the ability to project naval strength across oceans is a defining feature.
The list below is based on data compiled in Global Firepower’s world ranking by the number of offensive and defensive naval assets a country have.
These are the top 10 largest navies in the world in 2020:

10. Republic of China Navy

most powerful navy
  • Aircraft carriers: 0
  • Amphibious warfare ships: 1
  • Cruisers: 0
  • Destroyers: 4
  • Frigates: 22
  • Corvettes: 0
  • Nuclear submarine: 0
  • Submarines: 4

The Republic of China Navy has significantly improved its naval defense technology over the past two decades, primarily by buying ships from the US and some warships from other countries.
Taiwan can also construct its vessels, too.
The Taiwanese Navy comprises nearly 38,000 operational personnel with over 100 active ships.
Taiwan Navy includes around 4 destroyers, 22 frigates, 31 missile combatant ships, 4 submarines, 12 patrol boats, 9 minesweepers, 10 auxiliary warships, 1 amphibious warship, and 28 fighter aircraft.
The ROC’s primary task is to protect its surrounding waters and territories against a possible blockade, attack, or invasion by the People’s Republic of China.
Relatively, the Chinese have a more powerful navy than the Taiwanese.
However, if both countries engage in maritime warfare, we can expect Taiwan to defend well in oceans.
This deployment protects the Taiwan Strait and adjacent seas by naval exercises and counter-strike wartime counter-invasion activities.
The Taiwanese navy competed for the 10th spot on this most powerful navy list with the Indonesian navy.
As the Indonesian navy have twice as many active personnel and considerably more ships in the Indonesian navy, but they limit most of their warships as seafarers.
Turkish navy is another large navy with a large coastal fleet and is primarily designed to operate only in the Mediterranean region.

9. Italian Navy

largest navy in the world
  • Aircraft carriers: 2
  • Amphibious warfare ships: 3
  • Cruisers: 0
  • Destroyers: 4
  • Frigates: 10
  • Corvettes: 5
  • Nuclear submarine: 0
  • Submarines: 6

There is a naval fleet with some 31,000 personnel in the Italian Navy (officially Marina Militare Italiana).
Italian Navy operates warships of all types.
There is one aircraft carrier from Cavour light, which is also their flagship.
It can handle V/STOL (Harriers and F-35Bs), helicopters, and aircraft systems.
The Cavour can transport while holding troops and vehicles as well.
A smaller aircraft carrier named Giuseppe Garibaldi is in service for the Italian navy.
It was known as the Royal Marine before the Second World War, as the Republic of Italy replaced the Kingdom of Italy.
The fleet comprises 2 aircraft carriers, 6 diesel-powered submarines, 3 amphibious assault ships, 4 destroyers, 10 frigates, 5 corvettes, 10 coastal patrol boats, 10 offshore patrolling ships, 4 coastal patrol vessels, and 6 active anti-submarine frigates of Maestrale-class frigate.
The Marine Brigade of Italy (San Marco Marine Brigade) has a strength of 3,800 men, and the navy recruits the amphibious brigade on 3 amphibious transport vessels of the San Giorgio class.
Navy built it on considering enhanced standards, which can bring more troops compared to the third ship of San Giusto class.
Italy is reportedly developing a new amphibian attack boat from Trieste.
By 2022, this would take effect to replace the light aircraft carrier, Giuseppe Garibaldi.

8. Republic of Korea Navy

best navy in the world
  • Aircraft carriers: 1
  • Amphibious warfare ships: 1
  • Cruisers: 0
  • Destroyers: 12
  • Frigates: 14
  • Corvettes: 36
  • Nuclear submarine: 0
  • Submarines: 23

South Korean Armed Forces are responsible for naval and amphibious landing activities.
Since the 1990s, South Korea has significantly improved its naval strength to counter North Korea, similar reasons like Taiwan.
But unlike the Taiwanese Navy, which imports many ships from western countries, the South Korean Navy operates every vessel made in their homeland.
Most of them are designed & manufactured by state-owned companies, while private firms like Hyundai and Daewoo make the rest of the armed vessels.
South Korea has about 70,000 active personnel, which is much more than the combined forces of our predecessors Italian Navy and the Republic of China (Taiwan).
Its naval fleet comprises of 23 submarines, 1 amphibious assault ship, 6 landing vessels, 8 landing crafts, 12 destroyers, 14 frigates, 36 corvettes, 11 mine countermeasures ships, and 70 fighter aircraft.
South Korea needs a powerful military to protect itself from its neighbor’s sea-based attacks with a threat on the horizon.
Thankfully, since the Korean War, the South Korean economy has slowly been improving, allowing the government to use modern military equipment with a large amount of money.
Based on what is happening regarding North Korea today, you can expect that the South Korean government will further boost the nation’s coastal defenses.
The ROK Navy is one of the oldest branches of the South Korean military.
Although South Korean Marines was a little established many decades ago, it has recently become a competent ocean force as a maritime army.

7. Indian Navy

most powerful navy
  • Aircraft carriers: 1
  • Amphibious warfare ships: 1
  • Cruisers: 0
  • Destroyers: 11
  • Frigates: 14
  • Corvettes: 26
  • Nuclear submarine: 2
  • Submarines: 14

67,252 active personnel served the Indian Navy with a fleet of 137 warships and 235 fighter aircraft.
India is slowly but certainly improving the resources in its defense to become a global sea power to balance its Chinese neighbor.
INS Vikramaditya aircraft carrier is the flagship of the Indian Navy.
In terms of the number of naval aviation carrying capacity, this carrier is moderate.
Cochin Shipyard (State-owned company) built the first homemade aircraft carrier INS Vikrant that was commissioned in 2013 and is more capable than its foreign-made predecessor.
It has increased India’s power projection capacity dramatically though the Indian Ocean.
In total, 11 destroyers are operating at the Indian Navy, including three destroyers of the Kolkata class, 3 Delhi class and 5 older destroyers in the Rajput class.
Indian Navy had crafted many of them in modern technology, including three Shivalik and six Talwar missile guided frigates.
There is also a single frigate of the Godavari class, three older Brahmaputra classes, and 26 corvettes intended to protect coastal Waters.
Indian Navy will soon operate single ballistic missile class submarines, while the second class ship will be commissioned shortly.
These submarines with nuclear power have been developed and incorporated with high secrecy.
Along with diesel-powered submarines, the Indian navy has two nuclear-powered submarines.
INS Vishal is an aircraft carrier planned for the construction of Cochin Shipyard by the Indian Navy, also known as the Indigenous Aircraft Carrier 2.
It was designed to be India’s second aircraft carrier after INS Vikrant and India’s first supercarrier.
The Indian Navy is modernizing to upgrade its outdated military technology.
This modernization is often regarded as part of India’s defense plan to develop the security in coastal Waters and strengthen its influence in the Indian Ocean.

6. French Navy

strongest navy
  • Aircraft carriers: 1
  • Amphibious warfare ships: 3
  • Cruisers: 0
  • Destroyers: 11
  • Frigates: 11
  • Corvettes: 0
  • Nuclear submarine: 10
  • Submarines: 0

The Kingdom of France established the French Navy in 1624 and is one of the world’s oldest naval forces. 
Also known as “La Royale,” took part in both World Wars and represented an important role in building the French colonial empire.
There are about 36,000 working naval officers, about 200 aircraft with a single carrier, 4 submarines, 6 attack submarines with combat ballistic missiles, 3 amphibious warfare ships, 4 air defense destroyers, 5 general purpose frigates, 6 surveillance frigates, 21 patrol vessels, and 18 mine counter-attack warships.
The list also comprises various supporting and assisting ships, including training ships, tugboats, and refueling vessels.
France is also one of the nuclear forces in the world, so it is not surprising that there is such a considerable force on the coastline.
French Navy defined its role as intelligence preserving, public protection, crisis prevention, and prevent the threat of possible invasion.
The Marine Nationale comprises four branches.

  • Force D’Action Navale
  • Forces Sous-marines
  • Aeronavale
  • Fusiliers marine.

The Naval Force operates many combat ships including nuclear carriers, nuclear submarines and, frigates.
Among them is French Navy flagship Charles de Gaulle aircraft carrier, which is a Unique class aircraft carrier
New frigates will be commissioned soon to replace destroyers class Cassard and class Georges Leygues with frigates of class Aquitaine. 

5. Royal Navy

largest navy in the world
  • Aircraft carriers: 2
  • Amphibious warfare ships: 6
  • Cruisers: 0
  • Destroyers: 6
  • Frigates: 13
  • Corvettes: 0
  • Nuclear submarine: 11
  • Submarines: 0

The British Navy, officially known as the Royal Navy. British Empire once had the most powerful navy in the world from the mid-18th century to the early 20th century.
It was an unrivaled influence and played a major role in the development of the British Empire.
The United States Navy only surpassed it when the Second World War occurred.
Now, the Royal Navy mostly focuses on expeditionary activities.
Currently, Queen Elizabeth class aircraft carrier is in commission expect while in the next couple of years.
British naval aircraft carriers are much larger than American carriers, slightly bigger than Russian and Chinese carriers.
British Navy owns six anti-air fighting destroyers, and these vessels patrol wide areas to provide the fleet with air defense.
In contrast to the Daring class destroyers, thirteen duke frigates were mostly for warfare against submarines.
There is a well-respected, Royal Marine Commando Brigade of 7700 personnel in the Royal Navy.
The Royal Marines is the European Union’s most powerful naval infantry force (second in the world after US marines corps).
There are two landing ships in class Albion and three logistic landing platform vessels in Bay class.
Three nuclear-powered submarines are operating in the Astute class.
There are also three nuclear-powered attacking Trafalgar-class active warships that will slowly retire in the coming years.
British also maintain four Vanguard ballistic missile submarines and Tomahawk cruise missile for all submarines.
Each of these ships can carry a maximum of 192 nuclear warheads.
This power is enough to wipe out whole countries at once
The fleet contains one aircraft carrier, three ballistic missile submarines, six nuclear power submarines, three amphibious vessels, six destroyers, 13 frigates, three offshore patrols ships, 13 minehunters, 18 fast patrol boats.
The Royal Navy also uses an HMS Bristol destroyer type 82 and an HMS Victory ship of the line.
The latter is noteworthy as the oldest naval vessel ever afloat and serves as the first sea lord’s flagship.

4. Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force

top 10 navy in the world
  • Aircraft carriers: 0
  • Amphibious warfare ships: 7
  • Cruisers: 0
  • Destroyers: 40
  • Frigates: 6
  • Corvettes: 0
  • Nuclear submarine: 0
  • Submarines: 20

Japanese maritime self-defense force was officially established a few years after the Second World War.
Having nearly 51,000 active personnel with a fleet of 150 vessels and over 300 aircraft, making it one of the largest navies in the world.
The Japan Self-Defense Maritime Force comprises 7 warships, 40 destroyers, 6 frigates, 4 air defense destroyers, 3 landing ships, two landing crafts, 25 counter-attack vessels, six patrol ships, and eight training boats.
Japan recently modernized its marine facilities, just like South Korea, to defend itself from the North Korean threat.
Nonetheless, the Japanese government finds nuclear weapons to a dissuasive for North Korea.
The Japan Sea Forces is a Japanese self-defense military unit, which is responsible for Japan’s coastal defenses.
Under US supervision, they established the Japanese naval forces after the imperial Japanese navy breakup after the Second World War.
Japan Maritime supervision,-Defense Force (JMSDF) is a Japanese navy of 50,800 personnel, 150 ships, and almost 346 aircraft.
The naval self-defense force is legally limited to military doctrine, as a part of the Japanese constitution.
It operates state-of-the-art warships and submarines. In contrast, they keep the Japanese fleet ready and highly efficient.
Therefore, while Japanese navies lose their numbers and tonnage to the Chinese fleet, Japanese warships are more modern and equipped with the latest guns.
The JMSDF has no nuclear-powered submarines but has around 20 submarines belong to Japan’s navy.
As far as Japan does not use nuclear warships, it has built up diesel submarines that have improved strength and offensive capabilities.
Yet Japan does not have any underwater ballistic missiles or strategic ballistic missiles.
Naval aircraft in Japan comprises about 70 Lockheed P-3C Orions and a dozen Kawasaki Navy P-1s.

3. Russian Navy

navies of the world ranking
  • Aircraft carriers: 1
  • Amphibious warfare ships: 52
  • Cruisers: 6
  • Destroyers: 18
  • Frigates: 6
  • Corvettes: 78
  • Nuclear submarine: 59
  • Submarines: 0

Russian Federation has one of the best navies in the world, officially established in 1992 following the dissolution of the Soviet Union.
It comprises about 148,000 active personnel and over 300 operational vessels and 300 boats, which almost triples the Japan Maritime Self Defense Forces active staff.
Russia’s naval fleet includes one cargo carrier, one battlecruiser, three cruisers, 13 destroyers, eight frigates, 78 corvettes, 17 submerged SSNs, 22 submarines, 13 submarines for ballistic weapons, 7 submarines of cruise-missiles, 3 submarines for special purposed purposes.
While Russia is better known for its strong ground forces (military), the Russian navy is now an indication that Russia is well prepared for sea skirmishes making it a formidable force.
The Russian navy inherited the fleet from the Soviet navy after the fall of the USSR.
The Soviet fleet has decreased substantially since the early 1990s with the end of the Cold War and the resulting funding problems.
Cold War remnants are the bulk of its vessels. In the last two decades, because of its small funding, the Russian defense has faced problems maintaining its main troops.
Also, three smaller missile Slava class cruisers offer great anti-ship, anti-aircraft (guided-missile destroyer) and antisubmarine warfare capabilities.
The Russian Navy loses the warship number and tonnage on paper to the Chinese navy.
Russia, however, has several proven ballistic missile submarines, which have been extremely deadly.

2. People's Liberation Army Navy

largest navy in the world 2020
  • Aircraft carriers: 2
  • Amphibious warfare ships: 69
  • Cruisers: 0
  • Destroyers: 36
  • Frigates: 52
  • Corvettes: 42
  • Nuclear submarine: 14
  • Submarines: 45

China’s navy has rapid growth in its offensive arsenal by building new warships and submarines.
The Chinese Army is officially called the People’s Liberation Army, has the strength of about 255,000 active personnel.
Today in 2020, in terms of tonnage, it ranks as second-largest fleet after the US Navy.
Chinese navy owns a single Liaoning aircraft carrier, which was commissioned in 2018 and is used primarily as a training ship.
A similar carrier is scheduled to become operational around 2020.
These newer warships are not as capable as their western or Russian counterparts.
On the other hand, the construction of a new advanced warships is rapid.
This year it is expected that about 5 to 6 guidance missile cruisers of type 055 are about to be completed.
People’s Liberation Army Navy quickly arose as one of the world’s powerful maritime forces.

1. United States Navy

Most powerful navy in the world- United States Navy
  • Aircraft carriers: 11
  • Amphibious warfare ships: 34
  • Cruisers: 22
  • Destroyers: 69
  • Frigates: 21
  • Corvettes: 27
  • Nuclear submarine: 70
  • Submarines: 0

The United States Navy is the largest navy in the world, still in 2020. 
The US shifted its naval functionalities from a possible direct war with the Soviet Union to regional conflicts in the early 1990s following the Cold War. 
For lower funding and lack of adequate threat currently, but mainly to the cost of smaller ships, US fleets continue to decline instead of major surface combatant soldiers and the most deadly submarines. 
In the early 20th century, the US took over the British empire in terms of naval strength.
Big thanks to one of our best presidents Theodore Roosevelt, who employed Big Stick ideology.
The US Navy operates 11 large aircraft carriers with the fastest planes with 5th generation technology.
There are currently ten carriers in the Nimitz class and 1 Ford class in the US navy. They can operate fixed-wing aircraft and helicopters and are nuclear powered.
And each carrier can carry 70 to 80 modern fighter jets.
(Fun Fact- Technically, the US Navy is the second most powerful air-force in the world after the US Airforce, if we can consider the number of total fighter planes and attack helicopters commissioned in the US Navy).
Each of these warships carries approximately 1700-2000 Marines and blinded vehicles and delivers tilt rotors, helicopters, and hovercraft to shore. 
These assault ships are heavier than most carriers.
Nuclear powered attack submarines patrol waters near the United States or far away from the seas, making effective anti-submarine efforts useless.
Nearly 3,700 planes serve the US Navy. Most of these are multi-role fighters of the F/A-18 family and other aircraft associated with them, based on carrier aircraft.
USS Pueblo is still in service, the scientific study vessel. 
But North Korea, which attacked and captured the ship for supposed entry into North Korean territory in 1968, is currently being held.
And in the foreseeable future, it will probably remain at the top, based on how much the US government spends on military equipment.

Above is the list of the top 10 navies in the world​. 
In this article, the ranking is based on the sheer offensive scale and number of ships.
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Top 10 Most Technologically Advanced Countries

Many countries continued to remain in bad shape after World War II. But things began to lookup more recently from the 80s.
During the cold war era, the technological breakthrough race revolutionized our culture and society for good.
I would argue on to say that it was the competitiveness of industrial revolutions and World Wars that pushed us towards the modern age.
Many countries have contributed to the formation of this era.
In this article, we will list down and understand the top 10 most technologically advanced countries in the world 2020:

10. Singapore

Global Innovation Index rank: 8

Many major companies from all over the world are starting offices in Singapore.
This country has established itself as the leading country field of technology throughout Southeast Asia.
Its science and technology industry is growing, and venture capitalists are investing in new start-ups continuously.
Besides, Singaporeans certainly have a huge advantage with the world’s fastest average internet speed.
This corridor of technology combines teamwork and cooperation between scientists, entrepreneurs, and the environment.
In 2020, the government has plans to create a tech-focused environment in which they expect both Singapore and the international world to achieve results.

9. Russia

Global Innovation Index rank: 46

Being the biggest country in the world with vast natural resources certainly provides an advantage over others.
While in the time of the USSR, their advancement in space technology was at its best (not economy), modern Russia is more military-oriented.
Their developing technology in the arms industry is unprecedented, and the latest ICBM missiles are the world’s best defense system.
In the 19th and 20th centuries, the country has produced many scientists in the technological sector, communication, nuclear industry, aerospace, space technology, and other areas.
In 1953, Russia began its first Apollo space mission to the moon.
Russia became among first industrialized countries with advanced technology long before America, apart from space technology.
Top fighter jet companies like MiG, Ilyushin, Tupolev, and Sukhoi belong to Russia.
It is a manufacturer and inventor of weapons technology in the country’s defense systems.

8. Canada

Global Innovation Index rank: 17

Canadian government actively promotes a highly developed advanced industry like technological advances and modern industrial research through various programs.
Canada is best known for biotechnology research and space exploration.
Its government allocates nearly 2% of its GDP for R&D while introducing new credit and debit cards that are chipless.
Technology companies produce $117 billion of the GDP for Canada, which can go up to $51 trillion, all that with almost 6% of the workforce employed.
Stable working environment, supportive government & continuous research ranks Canada among most technologically advanced countries.
In the suburbs of Toronto, there is even a Canadian Silicon Valley, where there are tech companies that produce equipment and programs.

7. Sweden

Global Innovation Index rank: 2

Sweden’s mobile technological development achievements in web development and mobile apps are known.
Sweden was among the few technological countries that survived the financial crisis of 2008 and has achieved economic growth, mainly because of the success of technology firms.
Big tech Corporations, like Ericsson, who dominated the market for years are now losing the first position by other Swedish firms like Spotify, Skype, and Torrent.
These high-tech companies use Internet flexibility to increase communication and develop opportunities to exchange information, ideas, and music.

6. United Kingdom

Global Innovation Index rank: 5

The British Empire was once the most developed country in the world.
The Industrial Revolution, the transition to new manufacturing processes from conventional ones, started in this country.
We attribute the discovery of many basic scientific principles to this country.
Jet engine, the steam engine, the locomotive, worldwide web, electrical motors, and light bulbs were invented in the UK, as were commercial electric telegraphs.
Recent technologies in Britain include BAE Systems Taranis, Unmanned Combat Air Vehicle.
It was once Britain that ruled the waves, but now in 2020, it loses to the younger countries when we speak in terms of technology.

5. Germany

Global Innovation Index rank: 9

It’s no surprise that Germany is on this list. You may know that their efforts in research and development have contributed to nanotechnology and space travel. 
Germans are medical, engineering, infrastructure, and military technology leaders. 
The government supports the preparation of new generations of scientists by several universities and institutions. 
German researchers have been involved in fields such as space travel and nanotechnology. 
Its industry is from early times supports scientific research in the country.
The Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Scientific Community, the Fraunhofer Society, and the Max Planck Society are the home of many research organizations in Germany.
The German economy is an integral part of research and development efforts. 
Global automotive brands like BMW, Volkswagen, Mercedes, etc positively contribute towards its technological edge.

4. Israel

Global Innovation Index rank: 10

The private sector of Israel has been very successful. It manufactures the world’s most advanced weapons. 
It is a small country, but in terms of agricultural innovation, Israel is achieving miracles. 
It has produced products that maximize the crop’s growth with half the efforts of the conventional method. 
Roughly, 35% of Israeli exports are related to technology. Israel is now is among one of Space Science’s top five nations. 
It is also famous for its defense industry innovations. 
Israel developed the first Unmanned Air Vehicle (UAV) with real-time monitoring. 
This technologically advanced nation is one of the few countries with modern electric car infrastructure. 
A well-maintained recharge station network can be found throughout Israel.

3. South Korea

Global Innovation Index rank: 11

Two things come to mind when we say South Korea–phones and cars.
South Korea was one of the world’s poorest countries back in 1960 after the Korean War.
However, its progress has since been enormous, particularly for the economy as a whole and for the technology sector.
This continuous technological advancements with its American ally made it the most developed country in the world.
Everybody in South Korea is the most significant success in robotics, no matter how strong these industries are.
It would not be surprising if South Korea became one of the societies we can see in futuristic films.
In many scientific discoveries, they compete with Japan, and we have not yet declared the winner.

2. United States of America

Global Innovation Index rank: 3

The US leads the technology development industry, a contributing factor for making it the biggest economy in the world
It is unbelievable that this sector employs around 12 million people in 2020. Silicon Valley is the place where innovation is like air–it’s everywhere. 
Space technology advances have played a major role in making the U.S. a global superpower, ranging from the nuclear bomb to the first landing on the Moon by Neil Armstrong. 
American technology companies are focusing on space exploration, pharmaceuticals, self-driving cars, software development, web design, defense, and telecommunications. 
The US has the world’s most powerful and advanced military technology.
Corporations like Lockheed Martin, Raytheon, and General Dynamics helped the US to become the most powerful nation.
Healthcare facilities, educational systems, and political freedom are enough for any country to improve.
This country has created the biggest technology firms in the world, such as Google, Facebook, Apple, Intel, IBM, and Microsoft. 
These technological innovations are keeping companies reaching new levels and changing people’s way of living around the world.
The United States currently has the most advanced technology in the world.

1. Japan

Global Innovation Index rank: 15

The reputation of Japan as a country with advanced technologies has been well established. 
Researchers from Japan have made huge contributions in the field of automotive tech, electronics, machinery, earthquake engineering, optics, industrial robotics, metallurgy, and semiconductors. 
RocketSpace term Japanese cities like Osaka, Fukuoka, and Tokyo as the most technologically advanced cities.
Since 1973, the nation has successfully sought to be less dependent on imported fuel. 
We have also begun associating Japan as the most technologically advanced country with bullet trains, smart toilets, and robotic technology.
But this Asian country can never stop making our lives much easier (and fun). 
Among Japan’s technological giants are Sony, Toshiba, Mitsubishi, Panasonic, and many more.

Top 10 Largest Countries in the World by Area

top 10 largest countries in the world by area

This post is about the Largest Countries in the world covering the most land areas of the globe.
We, humans, have split the surface of the Earth into many nations.
Some of them are true giants such as Russia, Canada, the United States, China, Brazil, and Australia. 
We have referred our research for countries and dependencies from the United Nations Statistics Division.
These are the top 10 largest countries in the world by area:

10. Algeria-2,381,741 km²

richest country in africa

Algeria is a nation in North Africa with a Mediterranean shoreline and has an expanse of the Saharan desert.
This country has a total area is 2.38 million square kilometers and is the largest country in Africa (second is the Democratic Republic of the Congo).
It has a 998 km length Mediterranean coastline with a huge Algerian Sahara stretches across its boundaries with Western Sahara to its west, Niger and Mali all the way to the south.
Desert contributes 90% of topography, while many of its areas are elevated.

9. Kazakhstan-2,724,900 km²

biggest landlocked country

Kazakhstan, the largest landlocked country in the world located in Central Asia and is a former Soviet Republic (the biggest nation ever).
It stretches from the eastern Caspian Sea to the Altai Mountains on its eastern frontier with China and Russia.
The 2.72 million square kilometers of Kazakhstan extends across vast grasslands and mountains.
A hot and moist climate prevails for most of the year, but not quite desert-like.
Kazakhstan experiences a wide variety of temperatures throughout the year, although, in Kazakhstan, it does not get as cold as it does in parts of its neighbor to the north, Russia.
For its landscape and horses, the country is pretty popular.

8. Argentina-2,780,400 km²

largest country in the world by area

Argentina is a country situated in Central America’s southernmost part.
Its 2.78 million square kilometers includes some world’s most diverse geography and swampy climate, tropical areas in the very north and southern freezing glacial cold regions.

7. India-3,287,263 km²

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India has 3.29 million square kilometers of land that places it on the seventh position among the largest countries in the world.
And despite being only an entire part of Europe size-wise but It has a much larger population than the whole of European Union placed together.
Europe has 743 million inhabitants, while India has over 1.2 billion people.
India’s population density is around 1069 pop./per square mile.
Geologically, India is located on its own subcontinent.
Studies show that a sea (before Indian ocean) once divided this entire country from its Asian neighbors.

6. Australia-7,741,220 km²

largest countries by land mass

Australia is more than twice the extent of India, at approximately 7.69 million square kilometers and is by far the largest country in Oceania. 
It is so big that still it’s highly debated that Australia is an island, landmass, or an entire continent.
Australia as a continent is surrounded by many small island nations and is the only big country in the overall South Pacific. 
The vast majority of its population lives in seaside cities like Sydney in the east, Melbourne in the south, Brisbane and Perth in the west.
Its because the Australian Outback (remote interior) is one of the driest and hottest areas in the world. 
Australia is renowned for its spectacular and often deadly wildlife, along with severe weather and topography.

5. Brazil-8,511,965 km²

top 10 largest countries in the world

Brazil is home to much of the world’s biggest rainforest, the Amazon and is the largest country by area in South America.
Brazil is the fifth-largest nation in the world by area, with 8.5 million square kilometers and over 208 million people, and the fifth most populated country in the world.
On the eastern side, Brazil also has a long Atlantic coastline stretching about 8,000 km.
Most of its major cities are located near the coastline, including Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo.

4. China-9,56,960 km²​

biggest country in the world

Officially the People’s Republic of China (PRC), with the highest world population of around 1.404 billion, is a nation in East Asia.
It is the fourth largest country in the world by total area, covering roughly 9.6 million square kilometers (3,700,000 sq mi).

3. United States-9,833,517 km²​

largest country in the world by area

The United States occupies 9.63 million square kilometers, only larger than China.
Located in North America, bordered by Mexico in the south and Canada in the north, the United States has a variety of flora and fauna.
Two North-South regions split the nation into three distinct geomorphological pieces.
The Pacific regions are renowned for a year-round warm climate and lengthy beach expanses along the California shore, west of the Rocky Mountains.
The great plains extend from Canada to Mexico, tucked between the Rockies and the Mississippi River, providing the United States one of the most fertile growing fields in the world.
Finally, the third geographical part of the country is the Mississippi river basin, which acts as oxygen to America’s manufacturing hubs, with significant towns scattered across it.

2. Canada-9,984,670 km²​

Top 10 biggest counties in the world

Canada is the second-largest country in the world by landmass and the biggest in the western hemisphere.
It’s because of ten provinces and three territories cover 9.98 million square kilometers from the Atlantic to the Pacific and north to the Arctic Ocean.
This implies that with a population density of 4 individuals per square kilometer, of the total 35 million people in Canada could have around 61 acres of land for each.
Canada’s immense cold tundra, between the Arctic and the United States, stretches until the North Pole.
Split like its southern neighbor, the Rocky Mountains lie from its north to south in the western part of the nation, the snowy arctic circle in its northeast, and grasslands covering most remaining areas.

1. Russia-17,075,200 km²​

largest country in the world by area

Russia is by a significant percentage, the biggest country in the world, covering 17,125,200 square kilometers by area.
I will not exaggerate, but in Russia, when people on the western frontier wake up, individuals on the eastern side are having dinner.
Russia has a population of 143 million and if we distribute the country among its citizens, it can afford to offer a square km of the area to every 10 individuals.
By comparison, for the United States, its 30 individuals.
Last but not least, Russia is bigger than the combined Pluto’s surface area.

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Top 10 Largest Temples in the World

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People in the world have faith in many gods.
The pilgrimage sites of these gods make the most significant religious places in the globe, some of them are big, while some are extraordinarily enormous.
Temples are usually built as their religious sites by Hindus, Buddhists, Sikhs, and many religions.
In the tradition of western Christianity, for instance, we hardly ever use a temple, so we exclude these cathedrals and churches.
In comparison, we use the term temple very frequently in the Eastern Christian tradition.
Here are the top 10 Largest Temples in the World:

10. Baalbek

biggest temple in the world

Baalbek temple is among the amazing archaeological sites in north-eastern Lebanon.
It was the biggest temple in the Roman Empire, named by the Romans as Heliopolis.
Who constructed Baalbek?
Romans collectively constructed three temples around this area with Jupiter, Bacchus, and Venus as prime deities.
The temple of Jupiter has 54 heavy granite pillars lined and only 6 of these giant pillars are still standing.
When did Romans build Baalbek?
They constructed the temple of Bacchus in AD 150, and the site is still well preserved.
Its walls are decorated with 42 pillars from Corinth and stand up straight. 
Roman Gods Hadad, Atargatis, and a young male god of fertility were primarily worshipped.

9. Meenakshi Amman Temple

beautiful temple

In the holy town of Madurai in India, there is a historical Hindu Temple named Meenakshi Sundaresvarar Temple or Meenakshi Amman (“Mother Meenakshi” in ancient Tamil). 
It is devoted to Lord Shiva — here called Sundareswarar or the Beautiful Lord — and his wife, Parvati, locally known as Meenakshi. 
Where is it located?
The temple is the center of Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India. Madurai is an ancient town that is at least 2500 years old. 
Temple architecture contains 14 splendid Gopurams or towers, with two gilded Gopurams for the primary deities, elaborately sculpted and photographed that show the old Indian architectural and sculptural capabilities.

8. Brihadeeswarar Temple

world largest shiva temple

The temple is a Hindu shrine devoted to Shiva on the South Bank of the Kaveri River in Tamil Nadu, India.
It is also referred to as Rajarajesvaram or Peruvudaiyār Kôvil. 
Temple’s architecture
It is one of the biggest temples in South India, carved from a single rock, an overview of Dravidian architecture. 
The temple as a whole is composed of granite stones and the first complete granite temple. 
The temple is about 66 meters high and a Nandi (Bull) sculpture is about 16 feet long and 13 feet tall, which is also carved out of a single rock. 
Who built it?
Raja Raja Chola I built this temple around 1010 AD. In several abilities, the temple claims a workforce of 600 people.
From ancient times, Brihadeeswarar temple is the world’s largest temple of Lord Shiva.
This temple is also a UNESCO World Heritage site for its excellent detailed architectural design.

7. Tikal (Temple IV)

biggest temples in the world

Tikal is one of the biggest Mayan civilization locations in Latin America and the Caribbean in Guatemala. 
Tikal was a town in ancient Maya Civilization, where there are many such pyramidical temples. 
But the largest one, fourth, was constructed in 741 AD with a height of 64.6 meters. 
Why is Tikal is famous?
Like Mesopotamia and ancient Indus Valley Civilization,
Tikal was among the first Mayan cities to gain prominence in the Early Classic period (250-600 CE).
Tikal gained its wealth by exploiting its natural resources and geographical location to become the first Mayan superpower.
Temple IV is seventh biggest temple in the world and is also a World Heritage site by UNESCO.

6. Jetavanaramaya

jetavanaramaya shrine

The Jetavanaramaya is the biggest stupa complex in the world when measured by size.
It is located in the town of Anuradhapura in Sri Lanka.
King Mahasena built it in the 3rd century AD, its construction lasted for 15 years, and approximately 93.3 million baked bricks were used.
During the construction, King died, but it was completed by his son, Maghavan I.
Jetavanaramaya was the 3rd tallest structure in the world behind the Egyptian pyramids when it was completed, at a height of 122 meters (400 feet).
The dome itself has a diameter of around 95 meters.
Its architecture is mound-like and has Buddhist relics, ashes of the deceased monks.

5. Sri Ranganathaswamy

Top 10 temples in india

Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple is a significant shrine dedicated to Lord Ranganatha (the reclining sight of Lord Vishnu).
This temple is also amongst the most famous temples in India, full of millions of tourists and devotees each year.
The Temple is also one of the biggest holy shrines and covers an area of 156 acres (6,31,000 sq. m).
It is 73 meters high and dates back to the 17th century, but was only completed in 1987.

4. Akshardham Temple

biggest temple in India

Swaminarayan Akshardham complex is located in India’s capital, New Delhi.
Who built it?
It was constructed between 2000 and 2005 by 3,000 volunteers and 7,000 artisans. We could also consider it as a modern temple.
Pramukh Swami Maharaj has motivated and developed this project, and it represents a thousand years of Indian and Hindu culture and architecture.
Completed by the religious group BAPS, like its ancient counterparts, the decoration of the Akshardham temple was not left at any cost.
The Central Monument has a height of 43 meters, a width of 96 meters, and a length of 110 meters. It is coated with carving details of flora, fauna, dancers, musicians, and gods.
It is made of pink Rajasthani sandstone and Italian Carrara marble entirely and has no steel or concrete foundations.
It is also the most modern, enormous, and beautiful temple in the world.

3. Borobudur

biggest temples in the world

Shailendra Dynasty built this temple around the 9th century in Magelang, Central Java.
Shrine’s main deity is Lord Buddha and is basically an ancient meditation center built together by monks.
Temple contains six square platforms, three-round platforms that surpass them, beautifully decorated with 2,672 relief boards, and 504 Buddha sculptures.
Additionally, 72 Buddha sculptures in a seated position facing towards the central tower of the top platform encircle the temple.
The complete area of the complete region is roughly 2,500 sq. meters.

2. Karnak (Great Hypostyle Hall)

Egyptian temples

It is one of the most visited places in Egypt after the Great Pyramids.
Though severely ruined, there are few more places worth visiting in Egypt than Karnak.
It is the world’s biggest ancient temple structure and depicts the overall accomplishment of Egyptian builder generations.
In fact, Karnak is made up of several distinct temples. Hypostyle Hall, which has an area of 5,000 square meters (50,000 sq ft), is the biggest & most popular.
The construction of the structure started during the Middle Kingdom by Sesostris I and proceeded throughout the Ptolemy era.
The Precinct of Amun-Ra, the Precinct of Mut, the Precinct of Montu, and the Temple of Amenhotep IV are the most important elements.
This is the ancient temple that was constructed in Ptolemaic ages.

1. Angkor Wat

Largest Temple in the World

The largest temple in the world is Angkor Wat Temple Complex in Cambodia and is the main national icon of the country.
Angkor Wat Temple, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, has over 500 acres covered.
Khmer King Suryavarman II constructed the temple complex.
We consider it as the ancient world’s biggest religious center of South East Asia.
The site of the temple covers 162.6 hectares or 1,626,000 square meters.
Built around the beginning of the 12th century, the temple was dedicated to Lord Vishnu and later became a Buddhist center (Buddha is believed to be Vishnu’s reincarnation).
It imitates the architectural plan of Mount Meru, a sacred mountain in both Buddhism and Hinduism.
The main tower which is 65 meters high, is surrounded by four other towers.
The three-story building has a central hall with Buddha’s pictures and paintings, depicting scenes of the Ramayana and Mahabharata.
Angkor Wat faces west, which is strange as most Hindu temples are constructed facing eastwards.
The primary material used during construction for this temple was sandstones.
At the entrance of the temple in Angkor Wat, sculptures and gravures are nicely decorated.
A statue of Hindu god, Lord Vishnu is in the temple, which is 3.2 meters in height.
The outside gallery of the temple of Angkor Wat covers 186 x 215 meters.
Then, the next two galleries are connected to each other. It is 100 x 115 meters (328 x 377 meters) at the 2nd stage.
The interior gallery has a rectangular region of 60 x 60 meters. The tower is 65 meters above the floor above the main temple.

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Top 10 Biggest Airports in the World

biggest airports in the world by size

Many of us have undoubtedly been lost somewhere, and it’s frustrating. We don’t know.
But if you’re in circles at one of the largest airports in the world, you could lose hope.
As increasing numbers of people visit an area, demand for hotels, entertainment, retail, shopping and many more is rising.
You’re better prepared to see king-sized airports if you plan to visit North America.
If you are considering other countries, here is the list of the top 10 biggest airports in the world:

10. Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport

charles de gaulle airport
  • Area: 32.37 km²

Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport, named after former French President Charles de Gaulle, is largest airport in France.
It is Air France’s main hub, one of Europe’s largest airlines.
The airport covers around 3,200 hectares of land, including three terminals and four asphalted paths.
Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport, just behind London’s Heathrow Airport, was ranked as second in the list of busiest airports in Europe.
Last year, it served nearly 66 million passengers, almost identical to the number of passengers served by the airport in 2015.
This top airport serves a million passengers to almost all international capitals with every hour flights to airports like Amsterdam airport Schiphol, Barcelona-El Prat airport and Munich airport.
Charles de Gaulle is one best airport to fly into Europe for your next European holidays.

9. Suvarnabhumi Airport

largest airports in the world
  • Area: 32.4 km²

Suvarnabhumi Airport is Southeast Asia’s biggest international airport.
The airport, in fact, is just one of two international airports in Southeast Asia to be included in this list.
It serves as the main hub for several prominent Asian airlines, including Bangkok Airways and Jet Asia Airways.
Suvarnabhumi Airport covers 3,240 hectares of land and has one of the highest control towers and the world’s fourth-largest single-building airport terminal.
It is Asia’s ninth busiest international airport, serving nearly 56 million passengers in 2016.
The airport’s Sanskrit name translates into “Land of Gold” or “Golden Land.”

8. Cairo International Airport

capital international
  • Area: 36.25 km²

Cairo International Airport is Africa’s second busiest airport.
During World War II, it functioned as a U.S.A.F before it became an international airport.
Located in Heliopolis, it serves as the primary hub for two of Egypt’s largest airlines, EgyptAir and Nile Air.
Cairo International Airport, though is one of the largest airports in the world.
It now serves only for civil aviation purposes and serves the highest number of passengers in the overall Middle East.

7. Shanghai Pudong International Airport

shanghai pudong international airport
  • Area: 39.88 km²

Shanghai Pudong International Airport is one of two international airports in Shanghai, located 30 kilometers from the center of Shanghai.
For most international flights, it is the main hub and serves as a home base for China Eastern Airlines and Shanghai Airlines.
Shanghai Pudong International Airport is Asia’s fifth busiest international airport and the ninth busiest as far as passenger traffic is concerned. In 2016, it served around 66 million passengers.
It ranks third in the world in terms of cargo traffic, handling around 3,440,279.70 tons of cargo in 2016.
The airport covers an area of around 40 square kilometers and comprises two terminals and five concrete runways.
Shanghai Pudong has regular flights connecting other Chinese airports like Shenzhen Baoan International Airport and Beijing Daxing International Airport.
All the features the airport provides ranks it among the best international airports in the world.

6. George Bush Intercontinental Airport

best airport in the world
  • Area: 44.51 km²

George bush intercontinental airport is United Airlines’ second-largest passenger hub, just behind Chicago, Illinois, O’Hare International Airport.
United Airlines is most important airlines in United States with some of the biggest passenger planes like Airbus A380 in service.
It has five terminals and 130 gates with a distance of 1.5 miles (2.4 km) from Terminal A to Terminal D, covering 250 acres (1.0 square km).
It’s one of the top 10 airports in the world because of efficient air traffic management, which results in fewer flight delays.

5. Dulles International Airport

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  • Area: 48.56 km²

Washington Dulles International Airport, named after John Foster Dulles, the 52nd Secretary of State, is one of three main major airports in the Baltimore-Washington region.
It’s the biggest of the three, but in terms of served travelers, it’s last.
In 2016, Washington Dulles International Airport handled nearly 22 million passengers.
Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport had 23.6 million travelers, while Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport had 25 million flights.
The airport occupies approximately 5,200 hectares of land, although not all space is used for amenities at the airport.

4. Orlando International Airport

biggest airports in the world
  • Area: 53.83 km²

Orlando International Airport is Florida’s busiest and biggest airport considering by size and air traffic.
The airport acts as Silver Airways’ headquarters and Frontier, JetBlue, Southwest, and Spirit’s focus city.
Southwest is the biggest passenger carrier of the airport.
The airport is also a major global gateway to Florida, with over 850 weekly passengers on 44 different airlines. There are two main airports in the Orlando area: Orlando International Airport (MCO) and Sanford International Airport (SFB).

3. Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport

largest airports in the world
  • Area: 69.63 km²

Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport is America’s second-largest global airport and third-largest international airport.
In terms of passenger traffic, it is the 11th busiest international airport in the world, handling around 65.6 million passengers in 2016, the biggest number ever reported in the airport’s history.
The airport comprises 6,963 hectares of land, making it bigger than Manhattan.
It has five operating terminals, one being developed, and seven concrete paths.
The airport is so big that it has its own ZIP code for the post office and maintains its own police, fire protection, and medical emergency services.
It is one of the busiest airports in the state of Texas and one of the largest commercial airports in the United States of America.

2. Denver International Airport

Denver International Airport
  • Area: 135.71 km²

Denver International Airport is America’s biggest international airport, with nearly double the size of Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport.
It includes an overwhelming 13,570 hectares of land, dwarfing on this list all the other airports earlier listed.
We can observe a pattern here that almost half the largest airports in the world are located in the United States.
Denver International Airport is Frontier Airlines’ and Great Lakes Airlines’ primary hub.
Denver airport earns around $26.3 billion for the administration, with six concrete runways.
It is one of the busiest in the world, handling 58 million visitors in 2016, which in terms of passenger numbers.
By contrast, the world’s busiest airport, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, almost doubled that figure the same year.
Even Los Angeles International Airport can’t handle this amount of passengers.
This airport ranks as one of the the best international airports in the world.

1. King Fahd International Airport

biggest airports in the world
  • Area: 776 km²

I don’t know why it is called an airport, it should be declared as a state or province.
King Fahd International Airport is the biggest airport in the world by size in 2020.
The complete area enclosed by astronomical 77,600 hectares in Dammam, Saudi Arabia, leaving all the other airports on this list, in contrast, look like Lego sets.
The airport is bigger than Bahrain’s full nation, which is crazy.
But here’s the fun fact: Airport facilities use only 3,675 hectares of that space.
Yep, it uses only less than 5% of the available space. If we were going with the airport’s actual size, it would have been the smallest on this list.
King Fahd International is also the latest airport on the list–it opened in November 1999 just before the end of the 20th century.
In terms of passenger traffic, it is also the least busy, barely reaching past 10 million travelers served annually.
So we might say that the world’s largest airport is the most inefficient as well.

Hope you got all the airports around, be sure to remember their names as next time you travel there & please don’t get lost.
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Top 10 Biggest Hotels in the World

Now this list will not please everybody, because different sources report different room numbers. This report depends on the latest statistics on these hotels as its sources.
We house thousands of spaces, restaurants, lounges, theaters, even malls, observatories, and plenty of other amusements to keep visitors wrapped up in the indoor magical world.
These are the top 10 biggest hotels in the world you can visit:

10. Luxor Hotel & Casino

Address- 3900 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89119, United States
No. of floors-
22/22/30 (3 buildings)
Total no. of rooms- 4,407

Luxor Las Vegas is a 30-story hotel and casino located in Paradise, Nevada, on the south end of the Las Vegas Strip.
The hotel is owned and operated by MGM Resorts International and has over 2,000 slot machines and 87 table games with a 120,000-square-foot (11,000 sq.m) casino.
It has an Egyptian style architecture — with a pyramid — what hotel in Egyptian style would be complete without one? It also has a giant Sphinx replica.
MGM named the hotel after the Egyptian city of Luxor (ancient Thebes).
Luxor comprises another two 22-story towers with the main one, and if that’s not grand enough for you, there are rooms in the pyramid that add up to 4,407 guest rooms in total.
Luxor was constructed in 1993, not long after the Excalibur, but it looked modern.
Its exterior may look more like a 7-star hotel but in reality, the rooms start at a just price is 3.5 stars $40 per night.

9. Mandalay Bay tower

Address- 3950 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89119, United States
No. of floors-
43 (Mandalay Bay tower)
47 (Delano tower)
Total no. of rooms- 4,426

Mandalay Bay is a 43-story casino and luxury resort located in Paradise, Nevada on Las Vegas Strip.
MGM Resorts International owns and operates Mandalay Bay & Delano.
One of the Delano’s buildings operates The four-season hotel, which occupies five floors (35–39) and is housed separately within the Bay.
You can note a pattern in Las Vegas, like many hotels, a sister hotel is built later.
These hotels are so connected to each other that we should probably count them as one entity.
The hotel has 1,117 suites, while Mandalay Bay consists of 3,220 in 43 floors — a total of 4,426.
If you want a room at Mandalay Bay, it starts at $77 a night and THEhotel is a little more expensive.
THEhotel provides some of Las Vegas’s biggest suites.
While Mandalay Bay has one of the United States’ biggest convention centers.
The facilities include a shopping mall, gym, pool, spas, and huge casino are what you would find in a large hotel in Vegas.

8. Barkhatnyye Sezony Yekaterininskiy Kvartal

Address- Bul’var Nadezhd, 42, Bolshoy Sochi, Krasnodar Krai, Russia.
No. of floors-
5 (34 buildings)
Total no. of rooms-

Situated in a 300-acre park of subtropical flora, the Barkhatnye Sezony Russky Dom Resort Sportivny Kvartal has a fitness center, all-over Wi-Fi zone, and a children’s playground.
It is a 10-minute walk from Imeretinskaya Bay Beach.
The Sochi Autodrom is situated 2.5 miles from the Olympic Park.
Completed for the Sochi Winter Olympics in 2014, the hotel used to have 8,500 rooms.
At the hotel in 2018, all buildings were sold except 4,688 rooms were rented.
They serve European cuisine in the on-site kitchen. There are several shops, bars, and restaurants within walking distance.

7. Encore At Wynn Las Vegas

Address- 3121 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109, United States
No. of floors-
45/48 (2 towers)
Total no. of rooms- 4,750

In all its utter luxury, the Wynn stands with its sister building Encore. It is situated across from Mandalay Bay on the opposite side of Las Vegas Strip.
The Encore with Wynn dominates the lavishness market there.
The Wynn launched in 2005, the Encore in 2008 and both hotels are huge, but have a sleek, contemporary style that impresses everyone who enters.
The Wynn brings you all the awaited big features of the casino, but there is much more.
The Wynn boasts a golf course with 18 holes and a Ferrari dealership. You’ll need at least $120 to book a room for the night.

6. Izmailovo Hotel

Address- 71, Izmailovskoe Shosse, Moscow, 105318, Russia
No. of floors-
30 per building
Total no. of rooms-

Izmailov is a three-star hotel in the capital of Russia is the biggest in the world, with an estimated number of rooms–7,500 (according to advertisements).
The hotel is composed of five buildings modeled after a Greek alphabet of the first five-Alpha, Beta, Vega, Gamma, and Delta.
Built-in 1980, its primary objective was to host all athletes under one roof at the Olympic Games.

5. Sands Cotai Central

Address- Estrada do Istmo. s/n, Cotai, Macau SAR, P.R. China
No. of floors- 34 per building (5 buildings)
Total no. of rooms- 6,246

Sands Cotai Central is a casino resort located in Cotai Strip, Macau, China.
Conrad Macao provides 430 finest rooms and 206 magnificent suites situated in a 39-floor tower overlooking the Cotai Strip and a stunning Himalayan-inspired setting.
Cotai Central has combination of 6,000 rooms and suites from the Conrad, Sheraton, St. Regis and Holiday Inn brands. It will also have meeting and convention space, and retail outlets, entertainment and dining options. There are two casinos, the Pacifica casino and Himalaya casino.
Rooms have a total of 560 sq ft, and the biggest suite has a surface area of 4000 square feet.
With its limiting operation in all conjunto of Macao and introducing free shuttle buses, including connections to ferry terminals and crossing boundaries within a few minutes.
Conrad Macao Central provides easy access to all of Macao’s airports.

4. CityCenter

Address- 3780 South Las Vegas Boulevard Paradise, Nevada, U.S.
No. of floors-
61 (Aria) 57 (Vdara) 56 (Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas) 37 (Veer Towers)
Total no. of rooms-

The CityCenter Vegas is a is 16,797,000 square-foot big hotel with mixed-features like 76 acres (31 hectares) community center located in the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada.
MGM Resorts International owns the hotel (again).
The CityCenter towers offer 5,900 hotel rooms to Las Vegas, raising the hotel inventory by almost 5 percent at a time when visitors had declined to about 2.85 million since 2007.
CityCenter is marked, at most, a successful accomplishment for almost three years since it opened.
Most of the rooms in the hotel are full, but the rooms were much smaller than initially imagined.
Nevertheless, condominium sales did not fall, and the units sold went at great discounts, but still, 12 percent of the mall is vacant.

3. MGM Grand Las Vegas and The Signature

Address- 3799 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109, United States
No. of floors-
30 (MGM Grand) 38 (Signature)
Total no. of rooms-

If we had this countdown is just for the biggest hotels in Las Vegas, the MGM Grand, which belongs to the MGM Resort Group, will win a hand.
Work on the project was finished in 1993, with 5,044 rooms located in 4 towers of 30 stories.
The MGM Grand sister hotel is The Signature, which features 576 rooms in every story.
The MGM has two-story rental lofts for SKYLOFTS-51. The MGM still has 6,772 rooms without SKYLOFTS.
The MGM was named Leading World Casino Resort for 2013. It won several awards.
You can find luxurious stores, several restaurants, and a casino, like every other hotel.
It also has a common venue for concerts, boxing matches, and performances.

2. The Venetian Resort Las Vegas

Address- 3355 S Las Vegas BlvdLas Vegas, NV 89109, USA
No. of floors-
Total no. of rooms-

The Venetian is down located at the Excalibur street, Vegas. Entering into this hotel is like a long way to enter a whole other dimension.
The style of the Venetian Hotel is entirely different.
It has 4,027 guest rooms, but there are large rooms, many of which are suites, in turn, bigger than those in other hotels.
The 5-star hotel in Venezia is massive, so room prices begin in $163 per night.
It was opened in 1999 and took control of the former location of the hotel in Sands.
The Venetian has a large shopping area full of designer label stores, and an enclosed waterway that is a replica of the Gondoliers in Venice.
The Palazzo Hotel is directly next to the Venetian which, besides, has a complex of over 7,000 suites.

1. First World Hotel

Address- Genting Highlands, 69000 Genting Highlands, Pahang, Malaysia
No. of floors-
24 (Tower 1) &
28 (Tower 2)
Total no. of rooms- 7,351

This vibrant colossus is a three-star hotel in Pahang, Malaysia, which is now the number one biggest hotel in the world.
It is a short walk from the Genting theme park.
Today, in 2020, a hotel is being refurbished but has 6,118 rooms and Ripley’s Believe it or Not and Guinness World Records has listed it as a record holder.

Top 10 Most Expensive Cities to Live in the US

You’re looking for a new place to move?
Although these 10 cities may be full of cultural and entertainment resources, it is not affordable to live in them.
It’s a kind of dilemma to stay in one of the most expensive cities in America, as sometimes livelihood and budget contradict each other.
On the one side congrats to make enough money so you can thrive in a city that ranks at the top of the list every year because you will have ample energy to work, operate and (hopefully) save money.
On the other hand, fella, you will see how little more space for rent than in other towns is available in $2,000/month when compared with the cost of people living in others.
These are the top 10 most expensive cities in the US:

10. Miami, Florida

Miami is one of the costliest cities in this country’s south.
The location in Miami of many global financial corporations and the biggest cruise port in the world, a large population of wealthy foreigners give a very heavy price for average income people.
The average household income of the city amounts to approximately $48,100, and the unemployment rate is just above the national average of around 4.4 percent.
In this beautiful city full of newly built residential and commercial buildings, it costs about $77,000 per year to live comfortably.

9. Los Angeles, California

Los Angeles is the second-largest city in the US, attracting inhabitants from all over the world.
If you’ll probably find one at every corner here if an opportunity is what you’re looking for.
Clearly, the opportunity seems to be at a cost, and if you want to find a house in the city of Angels, you will pay about $2100 a month for a single bedroom in the city center.
For you, it’s all about accommodation. The stakes can change when you are buying property here.
More than three times the national average, you’ll be looking at spending.

8. San Jose, California

Was San Jose recently really high up the list? It should not be. It can not be.
Some time ago, it was only a budding city that San Jose was, but recently, times had changed.
Investment Guru estimates that purchasing an average house in the area costs approximately $1.3 million.
Probably all of them because of technology companies around the area can thank us for the increase in the costs of accommodation.

7. Seattle, Washington

Surrounded by water and beautiful mountains, thanks to Amazon and, to a lesser extent, Microsoft, which is headquartered in Redmond.
Seattle is one of the fastest-growing major cities in the nation.
It has experienced a massive shift in its local economy after Amazon took root in the town a little more than a decade ago.
Wages increased on average by about $21,000 with a 5.7 percent fall in the unemployment rate.
The housing supply in Seattle has struggled to continue with new residents despite a residential housing explosion.
Housing prices have risen because of the high demand ranking Seattle among most expensive cities in the US.
At present, the monthly average rent in Seattle is about 2.7 times the national average, which represents a significant change, when rent was only about two percent higher than the national average.
We report similar changes in median house values, which are 2.6 times the national average, relative to 1.6 times the decade ago.

6. Oakland, California

Oakland is renowned for its vibrant culture, diversity, and progressiveness and for the diverse social lives that lay just across San Francisco Bay.
But Oakland is seriously expensive, like San Francisco as well. Oakland’s average rent is $2,854 per month.
Its cost-of-living drives many of the people with low incomes out of Oakland, as are many communities on this index.
But maybe help is on the way. To ease the town’s homelessness crisis, the government plans to build additional housing units.

5. Boston, Massachusetts

Boston is a lively city filled with vibrant characteristics, renowned for its historical heritage and world-class universities. 
Sports are more than a time before for Boston. 
The city is full of passionate fans, who call it “Titletown” because of the many successes of their major professional leagues concerning the most popular sports in America
Boston is also a fantasy of a seafood enthusiast enjoying some of the country’s freshest clams, oysters, and lobsters. 
In summer, the weather can be moderate, but in winter, snowstorms can be abundant. 
While it is a highly pedestrian town with easy access to trains and buses, Boston has a growing problem with traffic jams.
Although median homes in Boston are 2.3 times higher than the national average, they are more reasonable than other major American cities. 
That being said, the average monthly rent in town is 3.6 times the total US population. 
Therefore, Bostonians who rent homes in the town spend approximately 69 percent of their income just to have a home.

4. Washington, D.C.

Washington, D.C.’s high living prices, is the center of the most powerful nation in the world.
There are many positions in the region in government and the private sector, due to various federal agencies, think tanks, lobbying organizations and thriving tourism industry.
The district’s average home values are about $443,000, with household revenues averaging around $64,267.
Like Boston, living well in Washington D.C. is about $83,000.

3. Honolulu, Hawaii

The laid-back lifestyle and incomparable beaches of Honolulu may seem like a fantasy, but the prices are much more like nightmares for some people.
A half-gallon of milk is almost 2.3 times the national average, while a five-pound potato bag is almost 3.3 times ($10.28).
Although in Hawaii, the amount of food manufactured is being increased in the region, foodstuffs in Honolulu cost 63.5% higher than the national average, as many foods still have to be imported.
Without hitting the market, they waste most of the food imported and the electricity costs needed to keep food fresh is pushing the prices even higher.
In the meantime, residents pay 94% more than the average American for electricity.
Even if rents are high, it makes Honolulu accommodation more pricey by the purchase price of the property.
The average price of the home is almost 4.5 times (or $1,079,840) higher than the national average, as Honolulu’s size is limited, new construction is small, and mortgages are lower than average.
While there are few homes, there are many qualified buyers, hence high demand.

2. San Francisco, California

San Francisco, Northern California’s commercial and economic hub and gateway to trendy shops and restaurants, is proud of its vibrant population.
But notoriously, it has the highest cost of living in the US.
Several residents can handle high rents with lucrative technology jobs that attract newly-graduated talent.
But many still have to stay in the second most expensive city in America by hurting their pockets.
Here’s a figure that reveals how terrifying San Francisco is – a person in San Francisco with $82,000 (almost three times the average national salary!) is categorized as low-income.

1. New York City, New York

New York City is the most expensive place in the United States to live and also the top lists of the world’s costliest cities, with a population of over 8.3 million people.
New York’s cost of living is a massive 120% above the national average.
Home costs are about 501,000 US dollars average in New York compared to a national average price of about 181,000 US dollars.
The five municipalities have home prices at a price of over 1 million US dollars.
In New York City, everything from food to public transport is much more expensive.
By May 2019, the city’s unemployment rate was about 4.1% less than the national average of 4.3%, which further encouraged the American citizens and world to pin its hopes and dreams in New York.

You should be proud to live in your house, but man, some of these areas are nuts.
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