Here’s The Rush Hour in Different Countries Like You’ve Never Seen It.

Blog By Mahi  |  22-07-17

Check out the rush hour in different countries.

#10 Beijing, China

#10 Beijing, China

For most of us being caught in the middle of a rush hour can be very challenging. But, whether we like it or not, rush hour has become a part of our life. And no matter where you go, which ever country you are in you are sure to witness the rush hour.

From a bird’s view, you would think , they are just some toy cars arranged on a track for the kids to play with.


#9 Dhaka, Bangladesh

#9 Dhaka, Bangladesh

The traffic has over crowded here it seems mainly due to these cycle rickshaws. One of their means of transport. Through which there is no place to ride other vehicles.


#8 Venice, Italy

#8 Venice, Italy

For a city where the transportation is mainly through the water ways, such city which has to travel by boat or ships even if it will be crowded at rush hours than this is not a very surprising sight.


#7 Chhattisgarh, India

#7 Chhattisgarh, India

In a village from India, these cows are seen going about to start their day. But these cows are almost found every where in India where they make the place over all crowded.


#6 Tokyo, Japan

#6 Tokyo, Japan

The state of the train attendants at work here is rather pitiful. So much for the rush hour.


#5 Moscow, Russia

#5 Moscow, Russia

The capital of Russia sees only the cars out on the roads during their rush hours.


#4 Siem Reap, Cambodia

#4 Siem Reap, Cambodia

The two wheelers are their best bet to reach their destination on time during their rush hour. It helps a lot when it is to crowded or traffic jam is there then bikes helps a lot to reach on time.


#3 São Paulo, Brazil

#3 São Paulo, Brazil

The struggle to get into the train is the worst during rush hours.


#2 Kampala, Uganda

#2 Kampala, Uganda

By the looks of this taxi park, the taxi cabs are going to be the bulk of the traffic during rush hour.


#1 Bangladesh

#1 Bangladesh

And if you thought you have seen enough, check out this train ride in Bangladesh during the Bishwa Ijtema.








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