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Pakistan Monument in Islamabad

Pakistan Monument Islamabad

The Pakistan Monument is a national monument on the Shakarparian Hills' western side. With four granite flower petals emerging from the ground and converging to reflect the four provinces (Punjab, Sindh, Balochistan, and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa) standing in unity. The monument, construction started in 2004 and was completed in 2007, symbolizes the people's oneness. The smaller areas of Azad Kashmir, FATA, and Gilgit-Baltistan are represented by three tiny petals inside the bigger ones. The monument is built on a marble base and stands tall enough to provide a stunning view of Islamabad.

Fareed Gate in Bahawalpur

Fareed Gate Bahawalpur

Bahawalpur was historically a walled city with seven gates, and Farid Gate is one of the only gates that is still standing. It is one of the major landmarks of the city. Conservation efforts are underway to preserve it and the surrounding areas to their former glory. Now you can buy everything regarding your daily life uses, from the Fareed gate. The food street is also present in the entering of the Gate and most probably available at night. So you have to go there and make your time most rememberable.

Shahi Hammam in Lahore

Shahi Hammam Lahore

Also known as the “Wazir Khan Hammam”, is a Persian-style bath that was built in Lahore, in 1635 C.E. during the reign of Emperor Shah Jahan. The hammam included three sections: the Jama khana (dressing area), the garm (hot baths), and the nim garm (warm baths). The baths were separated by gender and included a welcome area and a tiny prayer room. The Shahi Hammam is Lahore's oldest surviving Mughal hammam.

Balloki Headworks in Kasur

Balloki Headworks Kasur

Balloki Headworks started in 1911. It is known as a triple canal project that aims to take the upper Chenab Canal water to the headworks. As the River Ravi remains insufficient for water purposes, the Pakistan Government started to work on Balloki headworks to feed the Lower Bari Doab Canal for the smooth irrigation of district Bahawalnagar. It also fascinates the tourist with a fantastic picnic point.

Gwadar Cricket Stadium in Gwadar

Gwadar Cricket Stadium Gwadar

Gwadar Cricket Stadium is a cricket stadium in Gwadar, Pakistan. Its official name is Senator Muhammad Ishaq Baloch Cricket Stadium. The Stadium is the most stunningly gorgeous playground I've ever seen, and the reason it's on my list is that it's surrounded by so much natural beauty (mountains), which leaves you speechless. It absolutely left you in wonder once you experienced it.

Alexender’s Monument in Jhelum

Alexender’s Monument Jhelum

It was constructed by the Government of Pakistan in collaboration with the Embassy of Greece to incorporate elements of Greek architecture. Within the Jhelum district of Pind Dadan Khan is where you'll find the closest town, and its name is Jallalpur Sharif. During the Indian Campaign, Alexander's horse Bucephalus died. He buried the horse there and named a city after the horse, Bucephala, to honor the horse.

Thandiani in Abbottabad

Thandiani Abbottabad

It is at a height of 2,700 meters above sea level. Thandiani lies on the northeast side of Abbottabad. Abbottabad is 37.5 kilometers away from Thandiani. It takes around 1 hour to reach there. Thandiani is surrounded by lovely lush green mountains. It is therefore an incredibly quiet, lovely, romantic, and soothing place. Because of its green and lovely landscape, this site has a considerable amount of beauty. One can also see the Pir Panjal Mountains of Kashmir on a trip to Thandiani. There are many hotels and restaurants where one can stay.

Ganda Singh Border in Kasur

Ganda Singh Border Kasur

Ganda Singh Border is an international border between Pakistan and India in Ganda Singh Wala village. This border had served the primary crossing purpose till 1986 but is closed now. The border is now closed after the 1970 war between Pakistan and India, but tourists can visit the area to observe the India-Pakistan border. It holds the Joint Check Post (JCP) constructed in 1959 to hold a joint flag hoisting ceremony. The flag-lowering ceremony takes place here as well and is also worth attending.

Fortress Square in Lahore

Fortress Square Lahore

The mall houses over 100 local and foreign retailers, as well as a food court and a theater. The mall opened in 2014 and has an estimated 30,000 visitors each day. It consists of an entertainment complex and a five-story shopping mall, as well as multi-story parking. Fortress Square is part of the greater Fortress business complex, which also contains the Hyperstar by Carrefour, Fortress Cricket Stadium, and Pace Fortress Mall.

Suri Mosque in Sahiwal

Suri Mosque Sahiwal

A ruined mosque of the Suri period (1540-1545) is at Dhawa Sharma; some 30 kilometers from Chichawatni, a tehsil of Sahiwal. It is said to be built when the great warrior passed this area while leading these forces to take the reign of the Mughal Empires. He rebelled and took control of the Mughal Empire in 11540 and founded the Suri Empire with Delhi as its capital. He accidentally died in 1545 because of a gunpowder explosion.

Princess Of Hope,Gwadar in Gwadar

Princess Of Hope,Gwadar Gwadar

Another one of Pakistan's most popular tourist destinations, Princess of Hope can be found within Pakistan's most extensive national park. People have the misconception that the structure was created by humans, but history asserts that it was cut in the same manner as the sphinx and the hammerhead, namely, by the eruption of the Mud Mountains that covered the regions. It has the appearance of an ancient female statue and is particularly fascinating to view owing to its enormous size and the fact that it appears to have been constructed by man.

Tomb Shah Shams Sabzwari Tabrez in Multan

Tomb Shah Shams Sabzwari Tabrez Multan

Shamsuddin Sabzwari arrived in Multan in early 1200C.E. in modern Pakistan, established a dargah and preached Islam to the local population. Shamsuddin Sabzwari is considered to be a saint due to his poetry and the local traditions. Shamsuddin Sabzwari died in 1276 and his mausoleum is located in Multan. The Urs of Shamsuddin Sabzwari takes place June of each year.[3] In South Asia, by the propagation of Islam commenced after the demise of Mohammad and Sindh was first to receive Islam. At about the same time, the followers and well wishers of Muhammad's family had started preaching and conversion on behalf of Ali and his successive Imams.

Darbar Mahal in Bahawalpur

Darbar Mahal Bahawalpur

The building was built to hold courtly events and government offices of the former princely state of Bahawalpur. The palace was built by Bahawal Khan and initially named Mubarak Mahal. It was completed in 1905. It is built in a style that combines local, Arabic, and European influences. The exterior has intricate carvings, fretwork, and stucco work. Each side of the building features a large entranceway and jharokha balconies. The building's third floor is a Mughal-style chattri roof with each of its corners having a highly-stylized octagonal turret with Sikh-style domes.

Kasur Museum in Kasur

Kasur Museum Kasur

Flooded with the deep-rooted cultural essence, unique festivals, and cherished traditions, Kasur museum is standing on the Ferozpur Road, embracing history. This museum exhibits galleries, categorized into five segments. The impressive galleries include the collection of chronological coins, which is a treat for coin collectors. An archaeological gallery to provide the visitors a walk of rare fossils of all ages. Besides this, there is a collection that portrays ceramic, sculptures, and utensils. It reserves the statues of the famous Buddha as well. An Islamic gallery brimming with valuable treasure has been oriented to provide Muslims with rich Islamic scripts and publications.

Safari Park in Lahore

Safari Park Lahore

The park was established in 1981 over 242 acres (98 ha) as a government-funded public facility. It is now considered to be an extension of the Lahore Zoo. The species housed here include the Bengal tiger, emu, mute swan, ostrich, Indian peafowl, common pheasant, lion, nilgai, and silver pheasant among a few others. A lake has been built, including boating and fishing amenities. In the lion and Bengal tiger zones, there are additional safari paths that encompass an area of 80 acres (32 ha). It has been recently renamed Lahore Safari Zoo.

Allama Iqbal Public Library in Faisalabad

Allama Iqbal Public Library Faisalabad

It is a public library that was constructed during the British Empire. It was completed in 1911 and houses a number of books, galleries, and journals. Cornashian Library was the previous name for this library. There are 3000 permanent members in the library. One section of the library is reserved for reading newspapers. Every day, hundreds of people come to read various newspapers. However, the scenery is breathtaking.

Babusar Top , Mansehra in Mansehra

Babusar Top , Mansehra Mansehra

On the top of the pass, there is a bridge like a stone minaret, which is the symbol of the highest place in the area. On the right side, there are snow-covered peaks of Kashmir, while the northeast gives an interesting view of Nanga Parbat. The views from the top are truly breathtaking. The clouds that previously appeared on the top of mountains, now surround you. It is one of the most dangerous routes in Pakistan. The top is just like a telescope where you can have picturesque views of Kaghan valley. Here you can enjoy the floating clouds, cool breeze, and marvelous landscape.

Head Marala in Sialkot

Head Marala Sialkot

The original headworks near Marala along with the Upper Chenab Canal were built as part of the Triple Canals Project of British India during 1906–1912. The canal was meant to irrigate an area of 648,000 acres in the Gujranwala District as well as to transfer waters to the Ravi River near Balloki. It was opened in 1912 and fully completed by 1917 at a cost Rs. 37 million. It became profitable in 1938–39. The waters transferred to the Ravi River were further fed to the Lower Bari Doab Canal via the Balloki Headworks, irrigating the Montgomery and Multan districts. This canal became profitable at least a decade earlier than the Upper Chenab Canal. The waters of the Ravi River itself were left to irrigate the semi-arid states of Bikaner and Bahawalpur.

Zoo In City Housing in Faisalabad

Zoo In City Housing Faisalabad

The zoo is very vast and big. It is breathtakingly beautiful in its natural state. Greenery can be seen in abundance across the area. It'll feel like bliss in your eyes. The zoo has about a hundred different kinds of trees and plants. The zoo is home to a wide variety of animal and bird species, including the owl, leopard, beer, snakes, pigs, peacocks, and ducks, among others. The beauty is completely enthralling. It is a picnic site as well as a tourist attraction in Faisalabad.

Tomb Of Bibi Jawindi in Bahawalpur

Tomb Of Bibi Jawindi Bahawalpur

Dating back to the 15th century, the shrine was built in the spirit of the historical Sufi premier Bibi Jawindi of the Suhrawardiyyah order. Built of glazed bricks on an octagonal base with turrets on each of its eight corners, the tomb of Bibi Jawindi is considered one of the most ornate monuments in Uch. Both the interior and exterior of the building are richly decorated with Islamic scriptures, carved timber, and bright blue and glazed white mosaic tiles. The base tier is supported by the eight tapering turrets in each corner.

Peshawar Zoo in Peshawar

Peshawar Zoo Peshawar

Peshawar zoo's construction formally started on February 3, 2016, with the ground breaking ceremony being attended by Imran Khan and Chief Minister of KPK, Pervez Khattak. The zoo was officially opened to the public on February 13, 2018. The zoo is spread over an area of 29 acres besides the premises of the Pakistan Forest Institute. It is located next to Markaz-Ul-Uloom Islamia Rahatabad. Some of the first animals to arrive were brought from Lahore Zoo in October 2017, these included a pair of lions and various species of ungulates including nilgai and blackbucks. Other animals were brought from various institutions across Khyber Pukhtunkhwa, including leopards brought from Dhodial pheasantry and a wildlife park in Malakand and an Asiatic black bear from Nathiagali.

Lady Garden Public Park in Abbottabad

Lady Garden Public Park Abbottabad

It is the ideal place for children and women to visit. It was also established soon after Abbottabad was formed, making it one of the city's earliest tourist attractions. It's directly across the street from St. Luke's Church. At the time of its inception, this park was only visited by European or white women and families. The public is now welcome to visit. The majority of the plants and trees in this park are imported from England. You can take your kids to the park for some swings, snacks, and some fresh air. It is one of Abbottabad's most lovely picnic spots.

Rumbur Valley in Chitral

Rumbur Valley Chitral

It is some 45 Km from Chitral town, normally takes 2 hrs to reach on a bumpy but adventurous road. It is the 2nd Kalash valley with very hospitable and warm welcoming Kalash tribes, who have been living in these valleys for centuries. The Kalash are not Muslims but follow their own Religion which is made up of single creator called ‘Dezau’ with 12 male and female gods the major God is Mahandeo and some folks say this is the same god as Ares is known as Mars by the Romans. Most Kalasha are Mediterranean looking. The men wear largely traded traditional goat-skin tunics and the women wear black reaching to the ankles.

Gurdwara Janam Asthan in Nankana Sahib

Gurdwara Janam Asthan Nankana Sahib

Gurdwara Janam Asthan , also referred to as Gurdwara Nankana Sahib, is a highly revered gurdwara that is situated at the site where the founder of Sikhism, Guru Nanak, was born.The shrine is located in the city of Nankana Sahib, near the city of Lahore in the Punjab province of Pakistan.Gurdwara Janam Asthan is believed to be located at the site where Guru Nanak was born to Mehta Kalu and Mata Tripta. The gurdwara forms part of an ensemble of nine important gurdwaras in Nankana Sahib. The shrine is frequently visited by Sikh yatris as part of a pilgrimage route in Pakistan.

Sunday Baz in Islamabad

Sunday Baz Islamabad

This market, known as Sunday or Itwar Bazaar, is accessible on other days of the week too. Although the one in Sector G-11 is the most prominent, other bazaars can be found in various parts of Islamabad. These markets, which are frequently open on Tuesdays and Fridays, offer everything i.e. clothing, fresh food, tech items, and more. As a foreign visitor who wants to visit Islamabad and its bazaars, you should be aware that bargaining is common in Pakistani street markets, and while some simple negotiating methods can help you get a decent price, it is recommended that you have a trusted local with you on your shopping trip.

Fatima Jinnah Park in Islamabad

Fatima Jinnah Park Islamabad

Find your way to Fatima Jinnah Park if you are seeking a place that not only provides you with the opportunity to take in breathtaking scenery but also offers a serene environment that will help you to quiet both your spirit and your mind. The park was named after Fatima Jinnah, the sister of Muhammad Ali Jinnah, the founder of Pakistan. In the park, you can do everything from take a walk and breathe in the fresh air to fly a kite and play tennis.

Noor Mahal in Bahawalpur

Noor Mahal Bahawalpur

Noor Mehal is one of the hidden gems of Bahawalpur. The palace is open to the public. It is currently in the possession of the Pakistan Army and is used as a state guest house for holding state durbars and meetings with foreign delegations. Noor Palace covers an area of 44,600 square feet (4,140 m2). It has 32 rooms including 14 in the basement, 6 verandas, and 5 domes. However, most of the palace's materials and furniture were imported from England and Italy. The construction of the palace was completed in 1875 at a cost of Rs. 1.2 million.

Joyland Fortress Stadium in Lahore

Joyland Fortress Stadium Lahore

Joyland Lahore is an amusement park as well as a recreation and entertainment Playland for all age groups. As a result, the most amazing, thrilling, innovative, secure rides, slides, and activities can be found at a very low cost. If you're talking about environmental advancement, give them a ten out of ten. There's a lot of greenery, long green trees, and colorful flowers all over the park, making the environment fresher and spreading fragrance throughout the park.

Air Safari in Lahore

Air Safari Lahore

Air Safaris Limited was formed on 26 November 1959 equipped with four-engined Handley Page Hermes and twin-engined Vickers Viking airliners to operate scheduled and charter flights based at London Gatwick Airport. Originally started as Meredith Air Transport in 1952 as a Dakota operator it changed name in November 1954 to African Air Safaris Limited and in 1956 bought a Handley Page Hermes from the British Overseas Airways Corporation. It acquired two Vikings in 1959 and with a move to Gatwick Airport became Air Safaris. In 1960 the company acquired the transport division of Don Everall Aviation with its scheduled flights from Birmingham Airport and one Viking aircraft. The airline opened an operating and maintenance base at Hurn Airport in 1961.

Kohala in Murree

Kohala Murree

Neelum Point, also known as Kohala Point, is a famous tourist destination for locals and visitors alike. There are various reasons to visit Neelum Point, including its closeness to Murree and Islamabad, and the fact that it can be visited in a single day. The following are some facts that not everyone is aware of. Furthermore, driving from Neelum point, you may reach Kashmir Waterfall, also known as Dolai Aabshar (waterfall), in approximately 20 minutes. No doubt, this is a breathtakingly stunning and scenic location that you should not miss.

Shrine Of Bahauddin Zakriya in Multan

Shrine Of Bahauddin Zakriya Multan

The shrine was built in 1262 before the death of Zakariya in 1268. Unusual for a dervish, the structure was paid for at the expense of Bahauddin Zakariya - highlighting his unique financial independence. Dara Shikoh unsuccessfully attempted to win the loyalty of Multan's citizens by donating 25,000 Rupees to the shrine following his defeat by his brother at the Battle of Samugarh in 1658. The shrine's sajjada nashin, or hereditary caretaker, Makhdoom Mahmud assisted British forces against Sikh forces during the Siege of Multan in 1848. The shrine's cupola and part of its upper tier were damaged during the siege by British cannonballs, but were repaired soon afterwards.

Pak Tea House in Lahore

Pak Tea House Lahore

Pak Tea House is known for its association with progressive academics and left-leaning South Asian intelligentsia. The name of this teahouse is "India Tea House." It used to be a place where individuals from many schools of thought would gather. Nobody imagines, however, that this tea house will become a gathering place for authors, poets, and literary figures. It was started by a Sikh family in 1940 and immediately received its current name after being leased to one of the locals in Lahore following India's partition in 1947. It is traditionally visited by the country's prominent artistic, cultural, and literary celebrities.

Changla Gali, Murree in Murree

Changla Gali, Murree Murree

The Galiyat are well-known for their pleasant climate and scenic surroundings. It is also fairly close together in densely populated places. It is known to be Galliyat's most significant mountain resort, as it is home to various hotels and guest homes for tourists. The charm of Changla Gali takes on new colors and amazement with the shift in the environment. In the summers, the town is somewhat mild and cold, while in the winters, there is a lot of snow. It is usually desirable for the visitor for scenic beauty and tall pine trees. The Galiyat has a distinct character due to the extensive pine woods that covered the mountains. It is one of Pakistan's greenest regions, with more rainfall than the rest of the country. The area's natural beauty is found in the pine trees, which provide a home for insects and wildlife. There are several walking paths in the Galiyat, some of which go to the highest peaks of Mukshpuri and Miranjani, both of which can be completed in a single day.

Baltistan Wildlife Sanctuary in Skardu

Baltistan Wildlife Sanctuary Skardu
Gilgit Baltistan

The Baltistan Wildlife Sanctuary is located in the Skardu District, south of the Indus River, between the settlements of Rondu and Shengus, adjacent to the Astore Wildlife Sanctuary to the south and east. This protected area was established in 1975 with the goal of saving the endangered species that occupy the park, some of which are the snow leopard, brown bear, lynx, Tibetan wolf, Tibetan sand fox, markhor, bharal, and Siberian ibex. All of these endangered animals may be found in this park.

Makra Peak in Naran

Makra Peak Naran

Makra is the Urdu word for "spider." According to locals, the peak was named Makra Peak because the snow structure atop it was like a spider. Makra Top is accessible through a moderate 4-6 hour walk (depending on trekker fitness) from Paye. On one side of Makra Top, visitors can enjoy breathtaking views of the Kaghan Valley, while on the other, Kashmir. From the summit, people can also see the Chambra, Malika Parbat, Shingri, and Musa Ka Musalla mountains. Due to snow and the steepness of the mountain slopes, hiking in the Makra is challenging. In addition to poor weather, particularly dense fog, and the steepness of some slopes, accidents are common.

Pyala Lake in Naran

Pyala Lake Naran

However, Pyala Lake, which is a bowl-shaped lake at the top of a mountain, is significant since it is positioned on the road to Lulusar Lake from Naran. It's a beautiful lake that attracts a lot of people. According to the natives, Pyala Lake was created when a shooting star dropped in that location. Remember to only visit during daylight hours, as it is prohibited to enter the area after dark.

Rekhti Fort in Chiniot

Rekhti Fort Chiniot

In front of the Omar Hayat Palace, there are still parts of this fort. It was built in 1326, when Ghiyas Ud-Din Tughluq's oldest son, Sultan Muhammad Tughlaq (1325–1351), was in power. It is stated that the ancient city of Chiniot was located on the left bank of the river while the fort was located on the right bank of the river. In 1391, Chinni, the sister of Macchi Khan and the king of Bhera, ravaged the city.

Princess Of Hope in Lasbela

Princess Of Hope Lasbela

The Princess of Hope is a natural rock structure that resembles a princess gazing beyond the horizon, roughly 190 kilometers (120 miles) from Karachi's financial center. The distinctive earthen mountains have been sculpted by the winds over the course of numerous centuries: Lasbela's most popular tourist attractions and most visited locations. Lasbela has a wide variety of things to do and see, which makes it a great place to visit. But the whole landscape is made up of mud and rock mountains and gorges.

Masjid Mahabat Khan in Peshawar

Masjid Mahabat Khan Peshawar

The Mahabat Khan Mosque, sometimes spelt Mohabbat Khan Mosque, is a 17th-century Mughal-era mosque in Peshawar, Pakistan. The mosque was built in 1630, and named after the Mughal governor of Peshawar, Nawab Mahabat Khan bin Ali Mardan Khan, known alternatively as Mahabat Khan and Ali Mardan Khan. The mosque's white marble façade is considered to be one of Peshawar's most iconic sights.