Ten Most Popular Cities

It has been quite some time since the last time I share about tourism, and also ranking.
I love travelling, and this year I traveled to two most populated cities in Indonesia; Jakarta and Bandung.

Since I love travelling, so automatically I love to share some information regarding tourism.
Travelling around makes us slightly different compared to others. Maybe because we can see different cultures, environment, development, and many more.
We even tried different kinds of food! Haha

If let say, we saw something better than our nation, then we might want to contribute something to our motherland so that it will be on par with those countries that we think much better than us in many aspects.
However, if we saw something worse; we will try to preserve whatever our nation has achieved so far. We will be more thankful with what we have back in our hometown.

Travelling definitely changes people, and how they view this temporary world.

So, which are the ten most popular cities in 2015 among travelers around the world?
The ranking below was made by CNN.

10. Hong Kong (8.66 million visitors)
Hong Kong skyline. Source: youtube.com

9. Seoul (10.35 million visitors)
Seoul panorama. Source: legalweek.com

8. Kuala Lumpur (11.12 million visitors)
Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC). Source: startupbootcamp.org

7. Singapore (11.88 million visitors)
Marina Bay Sands. Source: top20amazingplaces.com

6. New York (12.27 million visitors)
Statue of Liberty with New York skyline at the back.
Source: burgessyachts.com

5. Istanbul (12.56 million visitors)
Istanbul with Blue Mosque & Hagia Sophia dominating the scenery.
Source: istanbulcitytours.net

4. Dubai (14.26 million visitors)
Burj Khalifa, the tallest structure in the world.

3. Paris (16.06 million visitors)
Paris with Eiffel Tower and some tall buildings at La Defense
Source: theodysseyonline.com

2. Bangkok (18.24 million visitors)
Bangkok city. Source: 7-themes.com

1. London (18.82 millionvisitors)
London Eye & Big Ben, two well-know iconic buildings in London.
Source: wikipedia.org