Cairo and Bangkok

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Cairo and Bangkok are the best-known cities of Egypt and Thailand. Both of Cairo and Bangkok are national capitals and main commercial centres of Egypt and Thailand. This report will compare and contrast the physical, population and economy features of the two cities.

There are a similarity and differences in the physical features of the two cities. Firstly, Bangkok has 1562 sq km, whereas Cairo has just 215 sq km. Clearly, Bangkok is bigger than Cairo in area. Secondly, Cairo has desert climate, while Bangkok has tropical climate. Cairo has hot summers and dry winters, while Bangkok has 2 seasons which are wet season and dry season. Bangkok has higher annual rainfall than Cairo 60 times. Cairo has higher thermal amplitude than Bangkok. The annual temperature range of Cairo is from 19 to 35 degree, while Bangkok has annual temperature range from 25 to 30 degree. Cairo was founded in 969 AD, while Bangkok was founded in 1782. Clearly, Cairo is older than Bangkok. However, both of them near to rivers. Cairo is on the banks of the River Nile and Bangkok is on the banks of Chao Phraya River.

The populations of the cities are different. Firstly, Bangkok has about 7.5 million people, while Cairo has just about 6.8 million people. Secondly, Cairo has more indigenous people than Bangkok. Cairo has 95% of Egyptian descent, whereas Bangkok has just 75% of Thai and 25% of non-Thai descent such as Chinese, Indian, Vietnamese, Burmese, Khmer.

Finally, the economy features of Bangkok and Cairo are similar. The economy features of both Cairo and Bangkok are manufacturing finance and trade tourism.
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