You would probably never imagine that some places are as crowded as they are until you see them. From places where people ride to work standing on top of trains to others that are dangerous to even breath in, these are the 8 most insanely over crowded and populated places to exist in the world today.
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Thailand, which on average gains one migrant every 50 seconds, faces a number of problems from its growing population.
The capital and most populous city, Bangkok contains more than 20% of the population in its metropolitan area.
Istanbul is One of the oldest cities in the world.
Lying between three continents, the city is Asia on its East, Europe on the West and has Africa just slightly South of it.
The capital of Mexico, Mexico City has a long history.
It has been conquered and rebuilt many times over the centuries.was last accounted to have a population of over 21 million.
With approximately half the land mass of China, India contains a comparable population of over 1.2 billion.
The capital city Dehli at its largest extent can boast a population of over 25 million residents, making it the most populous city in India, second only to Mumbai.
With a staggering population of over 1.3 billion, China is the country that approximately 20 percent of the world’s population calls home
The country is home to a number of the most populous and most quickly growing cities
With 102 million people living in this small series of islands, The Philippines is one of the of the most overpopulated countries on the planet.
The capital of the country, Manila, has the highest population density in the world with an astounding 111,000 people per square mile.
Meaning “East capital” in Japanese, Tokyo was founded in 1889 and has consistently remained a bustling metropolis.
Though often referred to as a city, Tokyo is officially governed as 23 separate cities.
With almost 2,900 people per square mile, the country of Bangladesh is the most densely populated country on the planet.
To put that number into perspective, Australia has 3 people per square mile, meaning that Bangladesh is almost 1000X times more crowded than Australia.
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