Describe a crowded place that you have visited.

Describe a crowded place that you have visited.

  • Which place is it?
  • When did you visit it?
  • Why did you visit it?

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Sample Answer One

My city is a very important city with a high population and many famous hotspots such as markets and landmarks. The Chandni Chowk market area is located in the city of New Delhi. It is one of the most crowded places in the city and hosts a large number of people on a daily basis.

This place is mostly made up of shops and shopfronts with houses and apartments on the back sides or above the shops. The place remains crowded for the most part as visitors throng in the place every day to buy electronics or home care products. I visited Chandni chowk during the last autumn in the month of October. It was a part of my four-day visit to Delhi for a family vacation.

On the last day, I went to this market area to look for and buy a few things as gifts to my friends and to buy a few specific food items available in some very old and famous shops in the area. The market was very crowded that day. All sorts of people were hurrying about in order to sell or buy something. I went around in different shops with my cousins and bought whatever I needed. I had to bargain with the shopkeepers very quickly as there were a lot of customers waiting to buy stuff.

All in all, it was a great experience, even though it was very hectic and tiring. I got to meet so many new people and to buy many new things. It was also great to experience and relish new food items and tastes.

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Sample Answer Two


A crowded place you visited.

You should say:

  • Where is this place?
  • When did you go there?
  • What did you do there?
  • And explain how you felt about visiting this place.


Having being born and raised in the world’s second most populous country, seeing crowded places is not uncommon for me. Today, I’m going to share my experience of visiting a densely packed place.

It happened two years ago when I went to Mumbai for a short trip. Some of my close friends live and work there. It was a long weekend. We just planned a get together and decided to meet on Saturday afternoon at a popular beach.

The morning was glorious; the sun was shining and there was not a cloud in sight. It was a perfect day to be out and about. Unfortunately other people seemed to have the same idea as us. Hence, it came as no surprise that the beach was brimming to the point of bursting. Wherever we looked, either there were people or animals. Families, performers, beggars and guides, add in a camel or two and you get the picture. The noise levels were deafening. The sounds of rowdy children, shrill shrieks of seagulls, and motorboats were all mixed together. The foul smell from a nearby fish market did not help matters much. It was utter chaos. I felt immensely overwhelmed.

We had planned a picnic but there was no place to even move around. There was not a speck of golden sand to be seen under all the blankets, footprints and hoof-prints. Leaving immediately was the only way to avoid being crushed. That’s what we were forced to do. Even though the plan to spend quality time with each other failed badly, coming out of that mess safely was a big relief.


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