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With so many of the biggest cities around the world struggling with the Zika virus epidemic, it’s understandable that people want to know what they’re doing to keep themselves safe.

A new report from the McKinsey Global Institute and the World Health Organization has the answer: cities with a lot of jobs and lots of people.

But they’re not always doing the right thing. 

Here’s what you need to know about the top 10 hottest cities in the world.1. 

Bali, Indonesia – According to the latest data from the World Bank, the population of the country has surpassed 7.3 million, a level not seen since the late 1960s.

“Bali has always been a hub for Indonesian tourism,” says David Sargent, CEO of the McKinsey Business School.

The capital of the world’s third-largest Muslim nation, Bilimba is located on the eastern tip of Borneo.

It’s home to some of the best restaurants, bars, restaurants, hotels and shopping in Indonesia, a popular destination for expatriates.

It’s also home to a thriving and popular nightlife, with events like the Bali Rockin’ Party and the Bidafuru Bars.2. 

Bangkok, Thailand – “Bangkok is where you want to go if you want a good night’s sleep,” says Sargen.

That’s because the city is home to the largest and most cosmopolitan city in Asia.

It has many cultural institutions, including the Sri Lankan National Museum of Modern Art, the Rajasthan National Museum, the BTS Tower and the Siam Royal Palace. 

But Bukit Timah, the capital of Southeast Asia, is also a major tourist destination. 

Its nightlife is also quite unique: There are several night clubs in the city, like Buckitsung, The Rock Club and The Hotel Club, all of which are well-known for their high-end nightlife.3. 

Dubai, UAE – Dubay is a city of more than 200 million people in the United Arab Emirates, home to more than 60 million people.

It is one of the most densely populated cities in Southeast Asia and has a large number of malls.

Dubay has one of Asia’s most popular nightspots, Dubak, where it hosts the Dubi nightclub. 

“Dubay was one of my first destinations and one of many that I visited during my years in Dubai,” says David Sargens, managing director at McKinsey.

“There are many different types of nightlife there, and the people there are passionate about their nightlife.” 

Duba is also home, however, to Doha City, a very different type of nightspot with a few bars, clubs and restaurants.

Its nightspot also attracts more people than any other city in the Middle East.

Its nightlife attracts both expatriate and local workers, who flock to its nightspott because of its location and proximity to Dubai.


Tokyo, Japan – Tokyos nightlife has been described by many as “Tokyo’s hottest” but is in fact more akin to the nightlife in many other Asian cities.

This is due to a large concentration of nightclubs, which attracts a large amount of foreigners from other countries.

But the most popular type of nightclub in Tokyo is the Tokyu club, where locals congregate to have drinks, dance and have fun.

“Tokyu is Tokyo’s nightlife,” says Dann G. Klatsky, managing partner of Klass Capital, a Japanese investment firm.

“I think there are many Japanese that have always liked the night life of Tokyo and they’re very active nightlife clubs.” 


Copenhagen, Denmark – Culture is the No. 1 driver of tourism in Denmark, says Michael Oveberg, CEO and co-founder of Cities & Culture.

While Denmark’s capital is a major cultural hub, its nightlife has been growing and diversifying, thanks to its number of nightspotted clubs, bars and restaurants, which attract both locals and foreigners.

“There’s a lot more culture than there is nightlife and there are so many nightspoted clubs and bars and a lot has been built around it,” says Ove-berg.

Cities and Culture’s research shows that the number of nightspots has doubled over the past three years, with the number more than doubling from about 6,000 in 2014 to more then 20,000 by 2021.6. 

New York City, New York – The second most populous city in New York, New Yorkers enjoy their New Years Eve celebration in many of its most famous venues, including Grand