The World’s 20 Most Fun-Filled Cities from The World’s 20 Most Fun-Filled Cities
The World’s 20 Most Fun-Filled Cities
With thousands of cheap flight and hotel deals going live every day, the world has never been more open for exploring. You may a little help picking a fun city full of adventure and entrainment. MrGamez has released a new ranking of the most fun destinations in the world. The research is based on a range of metrics from the number of amusement parks to the number of bars and restaurants, whilst taking into consideration the square kilometer of these destinations.
20. Seoul, South Korea
Set between four guardian mountains, Seoul is a soulful city with a pulse that’s almost palpable. It is a round-the-clock wonder, a haven for food-lovers and site full of history and stunning architecture. Should you care to venture out and explore more of South Korea, the public transit system is efficient and visiting the North Korea/ South Korea border, the international port Incheon or World Heritage sites at Suwon is well worth the effort.
19. Osaka , Japan
The large port city and commercial center keep visitors entertained with its 92 bars and clubs, nine animal and water parks, 59 museums, more than 29 theatres with life performances as well as cinemas,. There are at least 70-75 gigs per month people can attend, some of which take place in the city’s six sports stadiums.
18. Tokyo, Japan
The capital of Japan ranks high for personal safety and infrastructure. This makes traveling in and around the city very easy, and encouraging. With 25 amusement parks, 83 theatres and 52 cinemas, people looking to be entertainment won’t have to search for long at all.
17. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
The currency of this adventurous beach destination is undervalued by a gigantic 64.6 percent, according to the 2017 Big Mac Index. A 3-course meal for two is about $15 in Kuala Lumpur. Top attractions include trekking in the rainforest, scuba diving, and staying at a remote longhouse to see how indigenous people live.
16. Shanghai, China
Shanghai is perhaps the most romantic city in the entire country. Explore the historical landmarks, get a taste of the rich local culture and go shopping in their various shopping areas— there are more than 500 to choose from. But before you leave, make sure you visit the Shanghai World Financial Center. It is one of the many icons in Shanghai’s skyline; go up to the top and view the city from above.
15. Hong Kong
The autonomous territory with more than 7.4 million people has entertainment for people with all kinds of different tastes. There are 121 bars, clubs and restaurants, 87 museums and 131 gigs per month. Shopping seems to be many people’s favorite tourist activity as there are close to 400 shopping arcades.
14. Milan, Italy
Milan’s most iconic image is Leonardo Da Vinci’s Last Supper, but Milan boasts a wealthy cultural experience. As well as the Duomo cathedral with its unique design, there’s the Teatro Alla Scala opera house, the Pinacoteca di Brera art gallery with many of Napoleon’s Italian treasures, and the Castello Sforzesco, which, as well as being a beautiful Renaissance castle in its own right.
13. Bangkok, Thailand
You should visit this incredible city before it’s too late due to climate change. Flat, low-lying and already prone to flooding, large swathes of the city, which sits in the Chao Phraya River delta, would be submerged by storm surges or rises in sea levels of 6 feet.
12. Taipei, Taiwan
Taiwan is becoming Asia’s next big destination. Forget politics and enjoy the bustling city to the fullest. See the world’s tallest building (from 2004 until 2010) and enjoy the biggest collection of Chinese art. Explore incense - veiled temples dating back to dynastic times. Just a few minutes from the heart of the city you can soak away the cares of the world in mineral-rich hot springs nestled in the lush mountain foothills ringing the Taipei Basin.
11. Dubai, UAE
10. Paris, France
Everyone thinks of Paris as the ultimate romantic destination, but it’s also a great place to visit on your own. When you get tired of exploring the city on your own sign up for walking and food tours. It’s a great way to see beautiful landmarks and enjoy the famous food of France. There’s no limit to beautiful sights, like the Eiffel Tower, and those sights are made even more beautiful in the sunset. Go on a bike tour, take cooking lessons, and take a day trip to Reims – champagne country.
9. New York, the U.S.
The city that never sleeps is on the bucket list of every world traveler. And it should be. Visiting is worth the time and money, especially before NYC sinks. The number of activities for the young and old grows every day. The tourism industry is thriving. There is a surplus of tourist sights, attractions, museums, shows, shops, and activities.
8. Rome, Italy
Where do you even begin in Rome? It is the cultural heart of Western Europe, and offers a journey through history from the days of Ancient Rome through to the Holy Roman Empire. The Colosseum, the ancient gladiatorial battleground, is a must-see. The remains of the Roman Forum and the Pantheon are views into the day-to-day lives of citizens of the Roman Republic. Other sights include the Vatican, St. Peter’s Basilica, and the Spanish Steps.
7. Istanbul, Turkey
Historical sites, Istanbul’s heady mix of East and West at the crossroads of Asia and Europe, and Aegean and Mediterranean resorts have long drawn Western visitors, but more and more Middle Easterners come for spa treatments and to shop. Tourists can find a lot of opportunities for fun in this mega city with 21 amusement and animal parks, 86 theatres, nine sports stadiums, and 285 museums.
6. Barcelona, Spain
Surrounded by mountains and the sea, you couldn’t dream up a more beautiful setting for this progressive Spanish city. Too bad it doesn’t want any more tourists. The only thing that comes close to matching the natural beauty is the art and architecture that you’ll find inside the city. This is a city with world-class nightlife, excellent restaurants and outdoor adventure opportunities.
Singapore is well-known for having beautiful gardens and gorgeous temples. Tourists flock to the city-state and locals enjoy living there. You would too if you had a choice among 199 bars and restaurants, 13 amusement and water parks, and 13 sports stadiums. Also, reliable police and safe roads, while heavy anti-crime and anti-terrorism policing, keep crime low.
4. Vienna, Austria
Vienna celebrates its most famous film with an entire gallery – the “Third Man Private Collection” – but there’s much more available in the Austrian capital. It is home to 127 museums, four sports stadiums, 140 shopping arcades, and the seven kilometers of scenic vineyards. If you are looking for a mix of romance and adventure, go to Vienna. Walk through its various flea markets, eat delicious foods, relax on stunning beaches, and be inspired by the unique street art.
3. London, England
London is one of the most visited cities in the world. The mega city may be very expensive but it offers plenty of adventures and fun opportunities. After all, the mega city has about 2,000 bars, restaurants, theatres and other venues where close to 3,000 events take place every month.
2. Amsterdam, The Netherlands
The “bicycle capital of the world, which made our list of the cleanest cities on the planet, is ranked very highly in tourism, startup environment, transportation, gender equality, and immigration tolerance. Many of the art galleries and dining opportunities Amsterdam, which also made the list of top 10 cities for gluten-free eating, have to offer can be found in the Jordaan, the narrow alleyways which were once a working class area.
1. Prague, The Czech Republic
Prague is a city rich in history and cultural heritage, and it can be seen everywhere you go. With nearly 800 bars and restaurants, as well as 300 gigs per month, you will never be bored. You’ll also have no trouble finding a fun show to see live; the city has about 130 theatres and cinemas.