Cleanest Capital Cities In South Asia


The Contenders: Page 2

21 Jakarta

I ever holiday in jakarta and I very happy live in here I LoVE THiS CITy I sure years 2020 jakarta best city in the world

Indonesia is very best country in the world I from India and come every month in jakarta

I love this city because people so friendly

I love this city

V 10 Comments
22 Kabul

Such a lovely city and it's butter than new delhi

V 1 Comment
23 Davao City
24 Mysore Mysore Mysore, officially renamed as Mysuru, is the third most populous city in the state of Karnataka, India.

Best city

25 Bandung

Beautiful people and clean city

26 Male
27 Bhubaneswar
28 Abu Dhabi Abu Dhabi Abu Dhabi is the capital and the second most populous city of the United Arab Emirates, and also capital of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, the largest of the UAE's seven emirates.
29 Hyderabad


Hyderabad is one of the largest city of Pakistan It has tallest buildings, Parks, Indus River,& many famous places in available here
From; Zubair Ahmed Buriro

30 Mumbai

The worst city of the world. The people of the city are cruel and mean. I hate this city

Very dirty, over populated and full of slums city

Yes I have been there it's an amazing city it has slums but some areas reminded me of dubai. Yeah, it's clean I will say

One of the Best cities and with modern outlook...

V 22 Comments
31 Dhaka

Dhaka is beautiful city where you can get everything if you have money

Dhaka is catching up with rest of Asia poor and friendly people beautiful city plenty of food cit improved a lot densely populated

Very Clean and Green City

Ha ha. Clean! Are you nuts. There are cleaner cities than Dhaka. Dhaka is the dirtiest city of Bangladesh. If you want something clean in Bangladesh then it should be Sylhet, Bogra, Dinajpur,Rangamati etc. Even Chittagong is lot cleaner than Dhaka. - zxm

V 5 Comments
32 Muscat

Most beautuful

33 Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea

Beautiful city, love it so much. - Triiozz

34 Beijing
35 Khulna V 1 Comment
36 Nuwara Eliya

Extremely clean!
Nestled in the heart of Sri Lanka’s hill country, Nuwara Eliya is the country’s most important tea production hub, and thanks to its picturesque locale, it’s one of its best loved destinations to boot. Though its name translates as ‘City of Light’, Nuwara Eliya is often referred to as ‘Little England’, a reference to the city’s colonial past, still evident in 19th-century structures like the Queen’s Cottage country house and the Grand Hotel. One of the most popular ways to arrive in town is via a scenic train ride from neighboring Kandy, taking in breathtaking views of the surrounding waterfalls, mountains and tea plantations.

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