We know how much overpopulation is bothering Earth. And most adaptive measures have been taken to prevent a further rapid rise in the population. However, there are few places on our sweet-blue planet that are way too much crowded. Though what’s interesting, is that people take crowded places differently. Where a part of people relish in the crowd, the others find it way more stressful and congested. If you belong to the former group, and if crowded places energize you, this list is all that you need today. Get ready with your checklist!
The George Washington Bridge carries 106 million cars over the Hudson River. The bridge connects New York to New Jersey. It is so big, that it has 14 lanes and two levels.
The Shibuya Crossing in Tokyo witnesses 2.5 million people crossing their paths. It is known as the busiest intersection in the world.
The Hartsfield Jackson International Airport in Atlanta has the largest footfall in terms of passengers crossing the terminals. It is the most crowded airport with over 92 million people passing every day.
China has a beach people love going to. The Qingdao Huiquan Beach entertains a number of people craving to enjoy the beachy atmosphere. And yes, don’t even try to figure out where the sand ends and the water starts!
5. Swimming Pool
A Japanese Theme Park has a swimming pool that will make anyone wonder wtf is happening! See the picture, you’ll know.
After having crowned as one of the most populated city, Tokyo also comprehends the busiest subway system. The subways serve 3.16 billion people!
7. Shopping Mall
Witnessing over 40 million people annually, the Mall of America is one of the most crowded places on Earth. It is situated near the Twin Cities in Minnesota.
Japan may bag most titles as being crowded. But Japan, you ain’t getting anything in this. India wins this easily.
With a capacity to hold only 3,000 people, the Kresty Prison in St. Petersburg houses 10,000 people. That’s 4 square meters space per person. Wow!
Serving over 58 million people every day, McDonald’s has a widespread across the world. However, the busiest outlet is in Pushkin Square in Moscow. It serves over 40,000 customers per day.
Housing over 110,000 people per square mile, the capital of Philippines Manila is the most crowded city. New York (30,000 people per mile) isn’t even near.
Estimated to handle 80 million tonnes of cargos every year, Panama Canal surprisingly handles 300 million tonnes now. This makes it the busiest and one of the most crowded waterways on the Earth.