July 17, 2017 3 min read

If you’re looking for a place withvibrant nightlife,vivacious festivals andunforgettable culinary experiences, look no further than these six remarkable cities. Here’s a travel guide to the wildest cities in the world. 

Tokyo, Japan
Tokyo has risen as one of the most populous cities in the world with nearly 38 million people residing in this eclectic metropolis. There are plenty to do here; you can bar hop around Golden Gai, visit a Maid Cafe, shop till you drop in Harajuku, or dine at the Robot Restaurant to witness the vibrancy of glitz, glamor, and of course… robots.

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Experience the history of Rio by visiting the world’s most iconic landmark – Christ the Redeemer. The best time to visit Rio is between December to March, when the weather is warm and sunny. Aside from that, you may even get to experience thebiggest carnival in the world. Every year, almost two million people attend the Rio Carnival to marvel at the spectacular floats.

Miami, Florida
Miami has the reputation of being one of the wildest party destinations in the world. Check out and explore Little Havana while you’re there. You can even take a day cruise tovisit private islands or bar hop with your girlfriends around Miami. From sipping a glass of champagne at the Hyde Beach pool to taking an art walk through the infamous Wynwood Walls, there’s so much you can do in Miami.

Las Vegas, Nevada
Enjoy your holiday to the fullest in Las Vegas. Get your gear on and take at spin at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Alternatively, dare yourself and a friend to gobungee jumping from the top of the Stratosphere or ride the world’s tallest observation wheel to experience an unparalleled view of the Sin City. For those of you who are afraid of heights, get a bottle service and party at some of the most exciting clubs in Vegas or test your luck at the casino.

New York City, New York
Also known as ‘the city that never sleeps’, New York is not only the most visited tourist destinations, it’s also one of the most vibrant andwildest cities in the world. A trip to the NYC is never complete without visiting The Back Room, a real-life prohibition era bar. If you prefer a quieter crowd, head to Coney Island for some down time or dine at one of the many Michelin-rated restaurants.

Bangkok, Thailand
Bangkok has a unique culinary experience. This vibrant city boasts thefinest street food on Earth. From pad thai to salted scorpions on a stick, the choices are endless. If you’re into sports, Muay Thai is very popular in this region and it’s a must to watch this ferocious match in Bangkok. For the adventurous souls, get a thrill out of someskydiving, or take an overnight bus to Koh Phangan to celebrate the renowned Full Moon Party.
Regardless of which extreme cities you visit, ensure that your belongings are well protected with thePacsafe Venturesafe X40 Plus Anti-Theft 40L Multi-Purpose Backpack that includes eXomesh slashguard material, a stainless steel wire mesh inserted in between fabrics to prevent anyone from slashing your bag and RFIDsafe blocking pockets that encase your cards in a material that interferes with radio waves to avoid identity theft. Now you can travel the world without having to worry about your items!
Safe travel!
By Kallsy Page
Logan & Kallsy Page are a couple in their late twenties with a passion for adventure and romantic experiences. Being a medical student and a teacher, they tend to keep their travel within budget, even for iconic locations. They love finding a blend of new experiences in urban cities and the great outdoors. Follow their adventures onPages of Travel.

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