Crowded can mean different things to different people. For small town folks, it means running into multiple friends at the mall. For city residents, it means packing into a subway car to get to your next destination. And while some people find crowds stressful, others relish in them. If being around more people gets you energized, then you'll want to travel to the most crowded places on earth, where you can be sure you'll bump into people, wait in long lines, and see some pretty amazing sites.
Keep scrolling to see some of the most crowded places on earth.
Mong Kok District — Hong Kong, China
Qingdao Huiquan Beach — Qingdao, China
Oxford Street — London, UK
Shibuya Crossing — Tokyo, Japan
Musée du Louvre — Paris, France
The Grand Bazaar — Istanbul, Turkey
Times Square — New York, New York
Forbidden City — Beijing, China
Central Park — New York, New York
St. Peter’s Square — Vatican City, Italy
Sydney Opera House — Sydney, Australia
Taj Mahal — Agra, India
Buckingham Palace —London, England
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