Largest cities in Asia

This is a list of largest cities in Asia. As population figures are interpreted and presented differently according to different methods of data collection, definitions and sources, these numbers should be viewed as approximate. Data from other sources may be equally valid but differ due to being measured according to different criteria or taken from different census years.
Rank City area Country Population Area (km2) Population Density (People/km2)
1 Tokyo  Japan 32,450,000 8,014 4,049
2 Seoul  South Korea 23,616,000 5,076 4,653
3 Shanghai  China 23,019,148 7,037 3,271
4 Karachi  Pakistan 21,142,625 3,527 5,994
5 Beijing  China 19,612,368 16,808 1,167
6 Mumbai  India 18,900,288 5,076 3,627
7 Jakarta  Indonesia 18,414,000 5,100 3,706
8 Delhi  India 18,600,000 3,182 5,845
9 Osaka-Kobe-Kyoto  Japan 17,375,000 6,390 2,507
10 Manila  Philippines 16,310,000 2,521 6,466
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