The 10 Most Visited Cities In The World

Asia has become a powerhouse for tourism in recent years, and now several cities in Asia have officially become the most visited cities in the world by international travelers.

Euromonitor International recently released data on the most visited cities in 2013, and Asian cities dominated the list.

Hong Kong took the top spot, with over 25 million international visitors. Singapore and Bangkok trailed right behind.

No. 10 Antalya, Turkey: 11.1 million visitors

No. 10 Antalya, Turkey: 11.1 million visitors
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No. 9 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: 11.2 million visitors

No. 9 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: 11.2 million visitors
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No. 8 Shenzhen, China: 11.7 million visitors

No. 8 Shenzhen, China: 11.7 million visitors
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No. 7 New York City: 11.8 million visitors

No. 7 New York City: 11.8 million visitors
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No. 6 Macau, Macau: 14.2 million visitors

No. 6 Macau, Macau: 14.2 million visitors
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No. 5 Paris: 15.2 million visitors

No. 5 Paris: 15.2 million visitors
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No. 4 London: 16.7 million visitors

No. 4 London: 16.7 million visitors
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No. 3 Bangkok: 17.4 million visitors

No. 3 Bangkok: 17.4 million visitors
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No. 2 Singapore: 22.4 million visitors

No. 2 Singapore: 22.4 million visitors
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No. 1 Hong Kong: 25.5 million visitors

No. 1 Hong Kong: 25.5 million visitors

This article first appeared in Business Insider.
Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/most-visited-cities-in-the-world-2015-1?op=1#ixzz3Qh7OlSUt

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