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Ravi River Bridge in Sahiwal

Ravi River Bridge Sahiwal

The city of Sahiwal is situated on the banks of the river Ravi. That is why another tourist destination of Sahiwal is the bridge over the river Ravi which offers the best view of the river. Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif laid the foundation stone of the Qutab Shahana Bridge on the river Ravi to link Sahiwal with Faisalabad on March 13, 2013. The construction of the bridge will reduce the distance between Sahiwal and Faisalabad by 33 kilometers which will save money, time, and fuel. The total length of the Qutab Shahana bridge will be 1650 feet while it will be 24 feet wide.

Koh-e-Batil in Gwadar

Koh-e-Batil Gwadar

Koh-e-Batil is a well-known hill located on the southern side of Gwadar, and it offers a breathtaking, unobstructed view of both the city and the Arabian Sea. Getting to the summit of the hill requires you to climb a twisting stone stairway that is ten kilometers long. However, the view that you see at the top is well worth the effort. It is without a doubt a flight that you will want to take.

Faisal Mosque in Islamabad

Faisal Mosque Islamabad

One of the best places to visit in Islamabad. The Faisal Mosque is a national mosque of Pakistan. It is the world's sixth-biggest mosque and the largest in South Asia. The desert-tented mosque is recognized as one of the most iconic monuments of Islamabad in travel photography, as it is one of Islam's holiest sites of worship and stretches over 5000 square meters. The mosque has an eight-sided concrete shell with a modern design that is based on the shape of a traditional Bedouin tent. The mosque is a modern and significant piece of Islamic architecture in Pakistan, and it is a prominent tourist destination.

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.

Sandeman Tangi in Ziarat

Sandeman Tangi Ziarat

It is a beautiful waterfall that flows down the rocks and gives visitors a wonderful experience. The beautiful Chutair valley is 13 km from Ziarat on the way to Loralai. From Ziarat, it takes 30 minutes to drive to Chutair. In the valley, there are green places to have a picnic. There is also a place to stay longer if you want to, which is a rest house. People in the area live in rough huts made from the bark of juniper trees. These huts are very different from the homes in other villages. Chutair Tangi is close by and is worth going to.

St. Luke’s Church in Abbottabad

St. Luke’s Church Abbottabad

St. Luke’s Church is an Anglican Church founded in 1864 in Abbottabad. It is dedicated to St. Luke. It is one of the famous British and Indian settlements of Colonial rule. St. Luke’s Church is one of the famous historical tourist destinations of Abbottabad. This church is now under the dominion of the Peshawar Diocese of the Church of Pakistan. Why don’t you take your children to this beautiful church? Because children and young boys and girls are always interested in such things. When you visit Abbottabad this summer, don’t forget to visit this place.

Buzzi Pass in Gwadar

Buzzi Pass Gwadar

The Buzzi pass is often considered to be the most important reason for visitors to go to Gwadar. It confronts us with the most breathtaking beauty on both sides, and one simply cannot help but feel as though they need to hold their breath in surprise and awe. It offers a breathtaking panorama of the marvelous natural carvings and the Hingol National Park, both of which can be seen in the distance. Buzzi Pass is noted for being notable due to the fact that Alexander the Great traveled through this area, and while he was here, he suffered significant losses among his armies.

Hike To The Ultar Base Camp in Hunza

Hike To The Ultar Base Camp Hunza
Gilgit Baltistan

If you want to hike more in Pakistan, you can do a day hike here in Karimabad. The trail starts near the Baltit fort and goes all the way up to Ultar Base Camp, where you can get a close look at the glacier and the Ultar peaks. It should take you about 4 to 5 hours to get to the ridge, from which you can see the huge Ultar glacier and the beautiful jagged peaks of Ultar.

Pakistan National Council Of Arts in Islamabad

Pakistan National Council Of Arts Islamabad

The fact that the Pakistan National Council of Arts was the country's first national art gallery should be motivation enough for anyone to pay them a visit. Therefore, it is an exceptionally unique location. The art institution, which first welcomed visitors in 2007, comprises a total of 14 galleries that display works created by local artists. These galleries are open to the general public. This location frequently plays host to a variety of events, some of which include musical concerts and dances, in addition to hosting art exhibitions.

Pindi Point Chair Lift in Murree

Pindi Point Chair Lift Murree

This Murree resort property offers an amazing chair lift ride with a charming environment. One of the most thrilling things to do in Murree is taking a chairlift ride. This viewpoint offers a perspective of Pakistan's twin cities. To get to Pindi Point, you'll have to climb steeply. This distance may be covered on foot while enjoying the magnificent scenery. On the way to Islamabad, you should also take a cable car ride towards Pindi point to Bansra Gali. This cable car travels 63.1 kilometers from the capital to the Pindi point. A 1.5-kilometer trail will lead you to a wonderful location. In brief, Pindi Point is related to a fairy tale in which a princess travels great distances to meet her prince. On the other hand, there are also different types of hotels, guesthouses, and resorts in Pindi point.

Harappa Museum in Sahiwal

Harappa Museum Sahiwal

The museum was established in 1926 and then was reconstructed in 1966. the museum exhibits items from the cemetery and other parts of the site, including etched carnelian beads, shell objects, stone tools, domestic implements, pottery, toys, earthenware, seals with the mysterious Mohenjo-Daro script, animal and human figurines and stone weights, as well as articles from other Indus Valley sites. There is a female skeleton with all its ornaments and potteries around it which depicts the burial custom of Harappans. It also houses a male skeleton excavated from Cemetery.

Rawal Lake in Islamabad

Rawal Lake Islamabad

Islamabad is a great place to go for outdoor activities. Visitors and tourists come here for sightseeing, hiking, bowling, etc. However, boating is one of the most popular and well-liked leisure activities in Islamabad. Go boating at Rawal Dam in Islamabad if you wish to enjoy serenity and nature at the same time. Believe me, you will not be disappointed. Rawal Lake is a man-made reservoir that supplies water to the cities of Islamabad and Rawalpindi. This lake is among the Margalla Hills, that’s why it gives a wild nature reflection to its visitors. On the other hand, sailing, water skating, and diving are also adventurous activities organized on Rawal Lake.

Pipeline Track Of Mushkpuri in Murree

Pipeline Track Of Mushkpuri Murree

This might be one of the most convenient places to reach such height. The trip begins at Dewan House DungaGali or Pines Hotel NathiaGali and ascends through lovely green trees. Beautiful Flowers move and swing to welcome hikers and create a beautiful atmosphere, especially when it's raining and the beauty is hiding and seeking all around you. The amazing and gorgeous mountains of Azad Kashmir can be seen from the Mukshpuri peak. Because the road is steep and curved, it is preferable to go by horse. Aside from that, the views along the route are breathtaking. Day after day, this region has become a popular tourist destination.

 Neela-Wahn in Chakwal

Neela-Wahn Chakwal

Neela is an Urdu word that means "blue," and "Wahn" means "pond." So, the name of the place fits with what it has to offer. Locals call it Chashma Aab-e-Hayat because the water is clear and blue, which is a sign of purity. It is known for its saltwater lake, peacocks, and natural gardens. Rawalpindi is 125 kilometers away. Neela Wahn is full of natural waterfalls and freshwater streams. It's the perfect place for hiking and camping. The trip to Neela Wahn is great for people who want to try something new and for people who want to get away from the noise of the city.

Dudipatsar Lake in Naran

Dudipatsar Lake Naran

Dudipatsar means "White Mountains Lake" because the tops of the mountains around the lake are always covered in white snow. This lake is also known as "The Queen of Lakes" in Pakistan because of how beautiful it is. To get to this place, you can drive until you reach Jalkhad in Naran valley. After driving, you'll have to walk for 4-5 hours through beautiful scenery. The best time to visit this piece of nature is between June and August. After that, the destination gets a lot of snow, which can be hard for people to get out of if they get stuck there.

Kumrat Valley in Upper Dir

Kumrat Valley Upper Dir

Kumrat is a valley in the Upper Dir District of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa the Province of Pakistan. Kumrat Valley is located about 2 hours away (normally it's 45 minutes but due to road conditions it's 2 Hours) from the town of Thal.[citation needed] It is one of the beautiful valleys of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Every summer season thousands of tourists from different areas of the country visit Kumrat valley for its greenery and cool weather. Kumrat is covered with green pastures, snow clad mountains, the river Panjkora, foggy mounds and forests are attractions of the region, which serve as habitats for variety of flora and fauna. It is located in the Upper Dir Kohistan region at the back side of which Swat Kohistan area of Gabral is located.

Tomb Of Shah Yusuf Gardezi in Multan

Tomb Of Shah Yusuf Gardezi Multan

Shah Yousuf Gardez was an Islamic Sufi saint who came to Multan, (present-day Punjab, Pakistan) in 1088 AD. He is said to have restored the city of Multan, converted many people to the Islamic religion, and performed numerous miracles. He came from Gardez in the present-day Paktia Province of Afghanistan.

Sheosar Lake in Skardu

Sheosar Lake Skardu
Gilgit Baltistan

Sheosar Lake is an alpine lake situated in Deosai National Park, Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan. It is located at the height of 4,142 metres (13,589 ft). The lake is accessible through two routes. One is via Skardu and the other via Astore District. The road through Skardu can be covered by jeep in few hours, however, if trekked, it can take 2 days time. Second route is from Astore District. From main Astore town, it takes about 4 hours' jeep travel through a semi-metal road to reach Chilm, the last residential area adjacent to the plains. Between the months of November to May the area of Deosai is snow bound. During spring, the surrounding area is covered with wide variety of flowers and butterflies. Most visitors come to the lake are in summer between June to early September.

Kallar Kahar in Chakwal

Kallar Kahar Chakwal

This location is renowned for its Kallar Kahar Lake, Takht-e-Babri, and exquisite peacock species. This lake is a saltwater lake that is located at an elevation of 500 meters above sea level, with an area of 8 kilometers, and a maximum depth of 4-5 feet. When going from Kabul to assault Delhi with his army, the renowned Mughal emperor Zahir-ud-Din Babar encamped in Kallar Kahar. During his stay, a large rock was carved into a throne from which he addressed his soldiers. Later, the throne became known as Takht-e-Babri. It remains in Kallar Kahar and serves as a renowned tourist destination. Bagh-e-Safa is a supposedly Babar-planted garden. Babar described Kallar Kahar as a "charming spot with good air" and a site of natural beauty.

Onderland in Karachi

Onderland Karachi

You enjoy it greatly because it is unique and fascinating; the rides are larger and more exhilarating. Numerous hands-on activities are available, including a trampoline park, rock climbing, and an alien abduction ride. The soft play area for toddlers is pleasant and engaging. It's incredibly clean, and the staff is quite kind. First-time visitors are required to acquire an Rs.1,000 card that may be used to ride and is enough for your fill of adventure. Onderland is also the first indoor amusement park with a roller coaster in Karachi.

Larkana Cricket Stadium in Larkana

Larkana Cricket Stadium Larkana

Larkana Cricket Stadium is a Test cricket ground in Larkana. The provincial government of Sind has provided the residents of Larkana with a first-rate cricket stadium in recognition of their enthusiastic participation in the sport. The Larkana Cricket Stadium is widely regarded as one of the most advantageous locations for hosting high-quality cricket matches. The Larkana Cricket Stadium boasts some excellent facilities, including a pitch and an outfield that are of high quality. Despite this, it is a very well-known cricket ground in Sindh, and it is often considered to be among the most valued.

Naran Kaghan in Naran

Naran Kaghan Naran

Naran is a town and popular tourist destination in the upper Kaghan Valley in the Mansehra District of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan. It is located 119 kilometers (74 mi) from Mansehra city at an altitude of 2,409 meters (7,904 ft). It is located about 65 kilometers (40 mi) away from Babusar Top. It is one of the most popular tourist attractions locally as well as internationally.

Falooda Points in Kasur

Falooda Points Kasur

The delicious sweet dish of Kasur, Falooda, is loved by all. People, not just from Pakistan but worldwide, visit Kasur, especially at “Ayub Falooda,” which has been serving rabri Falooda for 50 years.This falooda is stuffed with sweet sheer (sugar molasses), ice, and soft sawaiyan. Karam deen has been working for 40 years and making flavorful falooda. There are also other equally popular falooda spots including Kasuri Falooda and Nafees Falooda Corner.

Ziarat Juniper Forest in Ziarat

Ziarat Juniper Forest Ziarat

This location is ideal for trekking, hiking, and picnics since it has Pakistan's largest juniper forest, which is also said to be the second-largest juniper forest in the world. The woodland is home to several animal species, including black bears and Markhor. The forest ecosystem is worth a lot when it comes to protecting biodiversity. It also has a big effect on the environment, which helps communities locally, regionally, and globally. The forest, which is more than 250,000 acres in size, is home to some of the oldest trees in the world; the average age of the trees there is estimated to be 7,000 years.

 Swaik Lake in Chakwal

Swaik Lake Chakwal

Swaik Lake (also known as Khandowa Lake). It is a well-known destination for vacationers, and it provides options for swimming and water sports. In addition, the lake features a waterfall in its surroundings. It is commonly known as Neela Pani. Its entire surface is composed of the highest and most breathtaking mountains, cliffs, and rocks, creating an outstanding, shallow body of water. The ideal time to explore the area is during the day, but there are few shops and rest breaks nearby, so be sure to bring enough food, water, and medications. It is essential for newcomers to exercise caution, especially when camping near these places.

Bhutto Family Mausoleum in Larkana

Bhutto Family Mausoleum Larkana

The Mazar is known for having the graves of the Bhutto family. Zulfikar, Murtaza, Nusrat, and Benazir Bhutto are all buried there.On the anniversary of Benazir Bhutto's death, a massive gathering gathers at the place. The mausoleum's history began in 1979 when Zulfikar Ali Bhutto was buried there. Even back then, this was where the Bhutto family's ancestors were buried. The building is made of white marble all over. Using patterns from Sindhi Hala, glazed tiles with calligraphy and fresco work were used.

Shawala Teja Singh Temple in Sialkot

Shawala Teja Singh Temple Sialkot

Shivala Teja Singh temple is a historic Hindu temple in the Sialkot city of Punjab province of Pakistan. The temple is dedicated to Shiva the temple was built by Teja Singh. The temple was built by Sardar Teja Singh. The temple was sealed in 1947 during the Partition. In 1992, the temple was partially demolished by miscreants. In 2015, local Hindu leaders have urged the Pakistan government to ensure the early repairing of the crumbling building of Shawala Teja Singh temple.

Dagri Bangla Trek in Nathiagali

Dagri Bangla Trek Nathiagali

The trail is surrounded by beauty and flowers. The path leading to Dagri Bungalow is lined with a lush, emerald pine forest; some of the trees along the path are hundredsștiires old. If you are unable to take time off work to arrange a longer vacation, this is the perfect place to spend a weekend away from the noise and bustle of the city. Another intriguing note about this location is that the precise translation of Dagri in the local tongue is "the home of leopards," hence it is not advised to walk off alone in the forest after dusk.

Bumburet Valley in Chitral

Bumburet Valley Chitral

The valley is inhabited by the Kalash people and has become a tourist destination. With its sparkling streams, shady meadows, groves of mulberry, apricot, and walnut trees, wide mountain vistas, and yellow and green fields, it is thought by many to be the most beautiful valley. However, their population is rapidly declining. As of 2019, only 37 households existed in the valley that still followed traditional practices.

Lalazar in Naran

Lalazar Naran

The area is abundant with wildflowers, fir trees, and pines, resulting in a verdant meadow. On one side of the region, near the Kunhar River, lies a deep valley. On the opposite side, there is a lovely view of the hills with dense alpine forests. People from all over the world come here to enjoy its beauty. Additionally, "Falak-Sar" (a snow-covered peak) is visible from this location. By taking a thrilling muddy jeep ride down a narrow one-jeep-track, you can reach this extraordinary place. This route is hazardous during the rainy season because it becomes slippery due to mud.

Central Karakoram National Park in Skardu

Central Karakoram National Park Skardu
Gilgit Baltistan

It contains some of the highest peaks and largest glaciers in the world. It features the biggest concentration of high mountains on earth and is recognized internationally for mountaineering, rock climbing, and trekking. It encompasses an area of around 10,000 square kilometers and is renowned internationally for these activities. It features sixty peaks that are higher than 7,000 meters, including K2, Gasherbrum-I, Gasherbrum-II, and Broad Peak. In 2016, the park was added to the World Heritage Site Tentative List.

Nathiagali Water Fall in Nathiagali

Nathiagali Water Fall Nathiagali

Nathia Gali is the most well-known destination for tourists looking for a relaxing vacation. Every year, thousands of travelers flock to the area to take advantage of the food, weather, hiking, and other activities. But I'd like to share a new picnic spot in Nathia Gali named Abshar Point. Any guide can be hired to lead you there. The fact that it is a minor point makes it well worth your time to explore it. Nathiagali is renowned for its beautiful scenery, therefore you must explore the area anytime you travel there.

Hindu Gymkhana in Karachi

Hindu Gymkhana Karachi

In addition to being an impressive structure from the colonial era, the Hindu Gymkhana is also a social club that emphasizes physical activity. In addition to that, it is home to the National Academy of Performing Arts, which is a school of the arts that not only produces plays but also performs them for larger audiences. Check it out, whether it's to have a cup of tea in a historic setting or to see a compelling theatrical play. Either way, you won't regret it.

Turtle Beach in Karachi

Turtle Beach Karachi

Turtle Beach is another fantastic way to spend a day in Karachi. Some of the rarest turtle species, including Olive Ridley Turtles, and Green Sea Turtles nest there. Each year, tens of thousands of turtles lay their eggs on the beach. In addition to turtle-watching, the beach offers several other activities. There are several picnic areas on the beach where you may spend a lovely day with your family. This location is heaven for leisure activity enthusiasts. You can enjoy boating, fishing, and jet skiing. Furthermore, camel and horse rides are available along the beach.

Japanese Children Park in Islamabad

Japanese Children Park Islamabad

If you are taking your young children with you on your trip to Islamabad, then you should definitely take them to the Japanese Children Park. This park was designed specifically with the intention of providing amusement for children, as the name of the establishment suggests. Your children get the opportunity to socialize with other children while having fun on the playgrounds. In addition, there are numerous picnic places and recreational areas scattered about, in which you can kick back and enjoy some refreshments while watching the younger children play.

Haveli Of Nau Nihal Singh  in Lahore

Haveli Of Nau Nihal Singh Lahore

Dating from the Sikh era of the mid-19th century, the haveli is considered to be one of the finest examples of Sikh architecture in Lahore. It’s the only Sikh-era haveli that preserves its original ornamentation and architecture. The structure consists of four floors plus a basement. The fourth floor consists of a tiny chamber known as Rang Mahal ("Color palace"), or Sheesh Mahal ("Mirror palace"), with huge screens forming a breeze-catching zone. The remaining stories were constructed with high ceilings in order to enhance the structure's height and create the impression of a fortress rather than a private dwelling.

Shogran in Naran

Shogran Naran

Shogran is renowned for its verdant foliage, pine trees, and panoramic vistas. Shogran Meadows is an essential stop when exploring the Kaghan Valley's natural splendor. Due to its breathtaking panoramas and pleasant climate, Shogran has become a popular tourist destination. In cold weather, tourists prefer to calm in a pleasant atmosphere and have a cup of hot coffee. There are also numerous restaurants and lodgings that can accommodate thousands of guests annually.

Fern Tangi in Ziarat

Fern Tangi Ziarat

Sandeman Tangi is a village and union council of Ziarat District in the Balochistan province of Pakistan. It is 4 km from Ziarat and contains a dramatic waterfall cascading down the rocks which is an attraction for visitors. The great personality Balochistan Malik Momen Khan Esakhail was born in Killi Sandman Tangi. He was the tribal leader of the Esakhail Sanerzai. He passed all his life on the development of his tribe and Ziarat valley. The waterfall was earlier known as Droond Tangai. Many believed that there were live ghosts. But afterward, it was named after Sir Robert Sandeman.

Astola  in Gwadar

Astola Gwadar

Astola Island is a small, uninhabited Pakistani island in the Arabian Sea. It is also called Jezira Haft Talar Satadip, which means "Island of the Seven Hills." It's also the biggest island in Pakistan, and it's the best example of the beauty of Balochistan that people don't see. It is pretty far away from other places, which adds to its beauty. Here, you can camp, go scuba diving, and fishing. Indeed, a great place for tourists to visit.

Tomb Shah Rukne Alam in Multan

Tomb Shah Rukne Alam Multan

Shah Rukne Alam was the son of Pir Sadar-Al-Din Arif. He was born in Multan on 26 November 1251 and died 3 January 1335. He was the grandson and successor of Sheikh Baha-ud-din Zakariya. He was buried in the mausoleum of his grandfather, according to his own willbut later, his coffin was transferred to the present mausoleum. Shah Rukn-e-Alam conferred his spiritual succession on Sufi sheikh Sultan Ul Tareeqin Sheikh Hameed ud Din Shah Hakim Al-Qureshi Asadi Al-Hashmi Suhrawardi. He is buried at Mau Mubarak in Rahim Yar Khan. He was Shah Rukn e Alam's Ataleeq-e-Awwal, Khalifa-e-Awwal and was married to the daughter of Sheikh Baha-ud-Din Zakariya.