If you are looking for a unique way to see the world and are in need of some inspiration in terms of where to go that doesn’t involve scouring Instagram for inspiration, then you will most certainly want to read on. We have compiled the following list of travel destinations based on their scale when it comes to handling vast amounts of freight shipment- behold the largest ports in the world! The following sea ports are famous in terms of being key players of the freight forwarding industry and considered to be the ultimate in trade destinations due to their ability to process huge volumes of goods from overseas. These places also serve as wonderful travel destinations so we thought it would be worthwhile to combine the two, giving you an insight into the largest sea freight travel destinations to check out!
The port of Shanghai is located at the mouth of the Yangtze River (something that has played a key role when it comes to furthering its economic status) and is considered to be the largest port in the world based on Cargo throughput. Shanghai is one of China’s most prosperous cities as well as being its greatest economic and cultural centres- this is one of the main reasons why China is always regarded as being so modern. For a blend of culture that combines influences from the East and West, Shanghai will never allow you to get bored!
Singapore is the 2nd largest port in the world and has port terminals located across parts of Brani, Pasir Panjang, Tanjong Pagar, Keppel, Sembawang and Jurong. This port is one which plays a vital role when it comes to catering to the export market on an incredible scale. Nicknamed the ‘Lion City’, Singapore not only offers state of the art accommodation but also plays host to some incredible culinary creations and nightlife. With endless cultural delights and festivals of all types, there is no reason why this gorgeous city should not earn its rightful place along some of the most unique and exciting new travel destinations in the world in years to come.
Rotterdam port is the largest within Europe and covers an incredible 42 km of space, with the port being the 6th largest when you take into consideration annual cargo throughput. Situated in Holland and considered to be its ‘second city’, Rotterdam has a great deal more to offer than some people may expect. From its futuristic architecture and incredible array of food venues, this city is on the brink of never being ignored in favour of Amsterdam ever again!
Freight forwarding has played and incredibly intrinsic part in the development in these three incredible colourful and exciting cities and this has helped them to contribute to the economy in these areas significantly which is why we think it would be well worth paying them a visit!