London, New York Chicago, Paris and Las Vegas — have taken the top five spots in the list of cities that never sleep
A recent study conducted by Slingo pointed out that global metros — London, New York Chicago, Paris and Las Vegas — have taken the top five spots in the list of cities that never sleep. These cities have key features like nightlife attractions, casinos, night-time coffee bars, night-time public transport and the like.
The Indian cities that made their way to the list include Delhi (#13), Bengaluru (#14), Mumbai and Chennai (tied at #16), Kolkata (#23), and Hyderabad (#34), reported ETTravelWorld.
Stronger law enforcement still remains a requirement for most of these cities, as cases of crimes (especially against women) committed during night hours are well-known
While there is no shortage of night-time fun in London, largely due to its 1,352 nightlife attractions, from bars and pubs to casinos, in India there is nothing of the sort. Gambling of all kinds are illegal in India so there are virtually no casinos. To add to that, safety is a major issue for most cities ranking lower than the top 10.
Most cities which have been featured in the list are student-friendly, have significant safety measures in place for the protection of females and teenagers. Stronger law enforcement still remains a requirement for most of these cities, as cases of crimes (especially against women) committed during night hours are well-known.
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