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Replica Of Eiffel Tower in Lahore

Replica Of Eiffel Tower Lahore

The Third-largest Eiffel Tower with a height after China and Paris. It is nearly 100 feet taller than Minar-e-Pakistan. The Eiffel Tower has transformed into one of Lahore's most prominent public spaces, hosting annual celebrations and ceremonies for holidays like the Day of Liberation and New Year's Night. Chinese Engineers designed and built it. Many people come to see the Eiffel Tower in Lahore and take pictures with it. Lahore's Eiffel Tower stands at an impressive 80 meters in height (262 feet).

Prospect Point (Zero Point) in Ziarat

Prospect Point (Zero Point) Ziarat

The valley stretches out in front of you in rolling hills while the wind howls through the trees. From a nearby cliff, it is possible to observe the greatest peak of these hills, Khilafat, which stands 3487 meters tall. A little rest station is located nearby. The office of the Deputy Commissioner of Ziarat allows for advance reservations.

 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.

Hunza Valley in Gilgit

Hunza Valley Gilgit
Gilgit Baltistan

From Gilgit, it takes about 3 hours to drive to Hunza Valley. This valley is in the extreme north of Pakistan. Hunza Valley is a breathtaking valley with numerous snow-capped mountains. This valley consists of three regions i.e. lower Hunza Gojal, Central Hunza, and upper Hunza. The Hunza Valley is a popular tourist destination. Tourists from all over the world visit Hunza Valley throughout the year, but the best months to visit are May through October. In May, the maximum temperature is 26°C, while the minimum is 15°C, and in October, the maximum temperature is 10°C and the minimum temperature is 0°C. Explore the forts of Altit and Baltit.

Saint Mathews Church in Nathiagali

Saint Mathews Church Nathiagali

Nathia Gali's Church is another beautiful piece of architecture that should not be missed. The wood-framed church, which was also constructed under British rule, is the primary attraction in Nathia Gali. It is bordered by a lush green meadow, which adds to its overall attractiveness. For three generations, a Muslim family has taken care of the church's grounds and facilities. It is equipped with a newly constructed rectory, housing units, a stairway, and an antique piano.

Kaghan Valley in Gilgit

Kaghan Valley Gilgit
Gilgit Baltistan

In the higher part of the Kaghan Valley is where you'll find the residential area of Naran. In addition, Naran is widely considered to be one of the most attractive towns in all of Pakistan. It is one of the most well-known destinations among Pakistan's native visitors, and it is often considered to be among the country's most attractive tourist destinations overall. In Naran Valley, there are several wonderful viewpoints, canals, and lakes that have awesome viewpoints. The gorgeous Kaghan Valley in northern Pakistan is a spot straight out of a fairy tale. Today, people come to the Kaghan Valley from all over the world to see its stunning mountain landscapes, alpine lakes, and starry night skies.

TDF Ghar! in Karachi

TDF Ghar! Karachi

A must-see place in Karachi that will make you miss the good old days! Surprisingly quiet in the middle of busy Karachi, TDF Ghar is one of a kind with its Minton floors and stunning view of Jinnah's Mausoleum from the rooftop. The place is beautifully maintained. You can take a walk back in time. Enjoy the cool evenings in Karachi with a cup of chai that will hypnotize you. TDF Ghar is a great place to remember the good old days. If you live in or are visiting Karachi, you should go there. Each person must pay PKR 50 to get in.

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.

Kalasha Valleys in Chitral

Kalasha Valleys Chitral

The most famous valleys in Chitral are the Kalasha Valleys. The valleys are surrounded by the Hindu Kush mountain range. The inhabitants of the valley are the Kalash people, who have a unique culture, and language and follow a form of ancient Hinduism. As such, the Kalasha Valleys are a source of attraction for Pakistani as well as international tourists. There are three main valleys. The largest and most populous valley is Bumburet (Mumuret), reached by a road from Ayun in the Kunar Valley. Rumbur is a side valley north of Bumburet. The third valley, Biriu (Birir), is a side valley of the Kunar Valley south of Bumburet. The most famous and most visited valley among these three is the Bumborate Valley which is 36Km from main Chitral city.

Delhi Gate Market in Lahore

Delhi Gate Market Lahore

The gate used to be a two-story building with 10 to 12 stores. A STAIRCASE leads to the gate's rooftop. The gate leads to a Bazaar that leads to the Wazir Khan Mosque, as well as Shah Suha Bazaar and Alam Market. The famous spice market Akbari mandi is also located next to Delhi Gate.

Gurdwara Sacha Sauda in Sheikhupura

Gurdwara Sacha Sauda Sheikhupura

The name of the Gurdwara comes from a tale that is about Guru Nanak. Gurdwara Sacha Sauda is where Baba Guru Nanak gave his money to a poor person instead of spending it on his father's business. "I have done Sacha Sauda," he said when he got home with nothing. But Nanak said that feeding the hungry was the best way to spend money and the most profitable thing to do. He called this "Sacha Sauda."Ranjeet Singh built the gurdwara on the spot where the sadhus were fed. Gujjars had encroached on this Gurdwara, which was already in a poor condition. In 1992, the ETPB was responsible for its evacuation, and years later, it was brought back to its original state.

Kund Malir Beach in Gwadar

Kund Malir Beach Gwadar

The route to Kund Malir Beach is breathtakingly picturesque, just like a scene from a movie. Due to the fact that it is somewhat isolated and in addition to being clean, it attracts visitors who are looking for a place to spend the night camping and enjoy themselves on the beach. But Kund Malir Beach is on the way to Gwadar, so don't miss the chance to have fun there.

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.

Satpara Lake in Skardu

Satpara Lake Skardu
Gilgit Baltistan

The alternative name for Satpara Lake is Sadda Lake. Satpara Lake is a natural lake located close to Skardu, Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan that provides water to Skardu Valley. The Satpara Stream brings water to it. Since 2003, Satpara Dam has been built just below the lake, which will increase the size of Satpara Lake once completed. It plays an important role in the town of Skardu as a source of water supply. It is spread over an area of 1.55 miles (2.5 kilometers). In the middle of the lake sits a beautiful island reminiscent of a fairy tale. A country boat can be used to access the island. Locals believe there is a gold mine at the bottom of this lake, according to a well-known urban legend.

Gojal Valley in Hunza

Gojal Valley Hunza
Gilgit Baltistan

Hunza's Gojal valley is renowned for its lakes. It borders Afghanistan at the Chapursan valley and China at the Khunjerab Pass. On the other hand, Attabad lake is also situated in Gojal Valley. This lake was made when a huge landslide in 2010 blocked the flow of water in the Hunza River, causing it to back up. Now, it is a well-known place for tourists to visit and have a picnic. People who love boating will love Attabad Lake.

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.

Yadgar-e-Sahiwal in Sahiwal

Yadgar-e-Sahiwal Sahiwal

This monument is located near the railway road. According to the monument, MA Ashraf has written in his book on the history of Sahiwal. That is why the place is known as Yadgar Sahiwal. It is a round-shaped landmark. However, its color is white which shows a sense of purity, cleanliness, and peacefulness. Hence a number of people visit this site on a daily basis. Most of the people come here with their families and enjoy a picnic in its beautiful scenery.

Mohatta Palace in Karachi

Mohatta Palace Karachi

The Mohatta Palace is a magnificent structure situated in the center of Karachi. The mansion was designed by Agha Ahmed Hussain and constructed in 1927 in the upscale beachside community of Clifton. It was formerly the vacation home of a prominent Hindu merchant, Shivratan Mohatta. Doctors suggested him to take his ill wife near the ocean, so he built the castle for her. The palace was constructed in the style of the stone palaces of Rajasthan using pink Jodhpur stone and yellow stone from neighboring Gizri. The building's magnificent architecture is a really astounding sight.

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.

Sarfarangah Desert in Skardu

Sarfarangah Desert Skardu
Gilgit Baltistan

One of the two most well-known icy deserts in the area, the Sarfarangah Desert is located close to Skardu. Because of its location in the Shigar Valley along the Shigar River, it serves as an excellent capstone experience for a trip to the Shigar area. So when you visit this beautiful place put your shoes in the sand as the sand is smooth and enjoyable without shoes. Caution is advised, though, as there is a possibility that there are thorns buried beneath the sand in some areas.

Golden Beach Kund Malir in Lasbela

Golden Beach Kund Malir Lasbela

Kund Malir is a wonderful beach immediately adjacent to the road. After Zero-Point, there are no food or fuel facilities along the route. It is considered to be one of the world's most beautiful beaches. Due to the rise in tourism, a number of mobile networks, notably Ufone, have begun offering services in the area. Numerous tour operators now offer their services for exploring this wonderful region. Many people from Karachi and the interior of Sindh picnic on the weekends. In the same location, you can observe mountains, the sea, and the desert.

Harnoi River Picnic Area in Nathiagali

Harnoi River Picnic Area Nathiagali

The Harnoi River flows from the gullies to Havelian, where it merges with the Daur River. Visitors can take a refreshing plunge in the river or enjoy a variety of water sports, such as boating because the river's water is cold and clear ( in an artificial lake). The weekend is extremely busy at the children's amusement park. You may savor local delicacies while observing the crowd from the riverbank restaurants. The Harnoi picnic area also provides enjoyable activities for children. Among the younger crowd, the merry-go-rounds and other amusement items attract the most attention. Children and even teenagers can enjoy horseback riding here, which is another exciting activity available.

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.

Pishukan Town Gwadar in Gwadar

Pishukan Town Gwadar Gwadar

It has a location close to the Arabian Sea. The population of the village is 12,000 people, and it is anticipated that it will grow to become a significant commercial hub in conjunction with the development of the port of Gwadar, which is located around 40 kilometers (25 miles) to the east. The climate of Pishukan is BWh, which means it is a hot desert with hot summers and warm winters. Most of the rain falls in the winter, but there is also some rain during the monsoon season (July–August).

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.

Safari Park, Karachi in Karachi

Safari Park, Karachi Karachi

This place may be found in the town of Gulshan-e-Iqbal. It is a place for children that is comparable to a zoo. It is situated along Main University Road and extends across a total area of 300 acres. It is estimated that $2,000,000 was spent on its establishment. It features two natural lakes and a zoo with viewing amenities like a chairlift and safari tracks. This is an excellent chance for youngsters and students to learn about wildlife. About 600 kinds of animals and birds are kept in large enclosures so they don't feel confined like they would if they were kept in small cages. Go Aish, a privately sponsored entertainment park, is also located beside Safari Park.

Mini Golf Club in Lahore

Mini Golf Club Lahore

The Mini Golf or Mini Joyland is Lahori's favorite time pass. Lahori's favorite pastime is Mini Golf or Mini Joyland. For more than a decade, this attraction has been a favorite of Lahoris and their visitors. The most noticeable aspect of this location is that it is no longer merely a mini-golf or mini-Joyland! But there are many more attractions. The original snooker club, restaurants, rowboats, gaming zone, and F-1 Tracks are all available. The sheer diversity of entertainment alternatives has turned this place into a popular hangout for both the young and the elderly.

Gupis Valley in Gilgit

Gupis Valley Gilgit
Gilgit Baltistan

About 70 miles west of Gilgit, along the river, is a valley called Gupis. Gupis Valley in the district of Ghizer is full of breathtaking views and beautiful landscapes. The turquoise water of a river running along a road and the surrounding fields and forests are very appealing to tourists. A beautiful lake called Khalti Lake is just a few kilometers from the valley of Gupis. It is well-known for being the habitat of trout fish. A stretch of the river near the village of Khalti formed the lake. In the summer, the lakes turn a dark blue color, which makes the scene even more beautiful. Most of the time, the lake freezes over in the winter, making it easy to walk on. Near Khalti Lake, there is a beautiful place to eat.

Iqbal Manzil (Iqbal House) in Sialkot

Iqbal Manzil (Iqbal House) Sialkot

Iqbal Manzil is the birthplace of Dr. Muhammad Allama Iqbal who is the greatest Muslim poet and philosopher. Iqbal Manzil now has been turned into a museum where some of his personal belongings were kept and it also has a library with over 4000 books. Iqbal Manzil was purchased in 1861 by Mohammad Rafique, the great-grandfather of Allama Iqbal. The house was originally very small, but each successor kept adding to it and the building grew in size. After the death of his father Noor Muhammad, Iqbal's his elder brother, Ata Mohammad, was named the owner of the Iqbal Manzil. Ata Mohammed's sons after his death, left the house and took up residences in Karachi and Lahore.

Lyallpur Galleria in Faisalabad

Lyallpur Galleria Faisalabad

It connects people from all around Faisalabad and its surroundings. Its exquisitely created architecture is not only appealing to visitors but is also spacious. The Royal Look adds magic to the beauty of Faisalabad city. It is built on four massive stories and allows people to have fun, buy, and rest in extravagant and lavish rooms with great service.

Changla  Gali, Abbottaabad in Nathiagali

Changla Gali, Abbottaabad Nathiagali

Changla Gali is a mountain resort town in Pakistan's Galyat region, and it is one of the country's most popular tourist destinations. It is located at an elevation of 2804 meters. While it was in British control, it served as the headquarters of the Northern Command School of Musketry. Resorts Changla Gali offers 4-star accommodations with individual balconies in the heart of the city.

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.

Wazir Khan Mosque in Lahore

Wazir Khan Mosque Lahore

The Wazir Khan Mosque (Masjid Wazīr Khān) is a 17th-century mosque located in the city of Lahore, capital of the Pakistani province of Punjab. The mosque was commissioned during the reign of the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan as a part of an ensemble of buildings that also included the nearby Shahi Hammam baths. Construction of Wazir Khan Mosque began in 1634 C.E., and was completed in 1641. It is on the UNESCO World Heritage Tentative List. Considered to be the most ornately decorated Mughal-era mosque,[3] Wazir Khan Mosque is renowned for its intricate faience tile work known as kashi-kari, as well as its interior surfaces that are almost entirely embellished with elaborate Mughal-era frescoes.

Shalimar Bagh in Lahore

Shalimar Bagh Lahore

The Shalimar Gardens Shālāmār Bāgh are a Mughal garden complex located in Lahore, capital of the Pakistani province of Punjab. The gardens date from the period when the Mughal Empire was at its artistic and aesthetic zenith, and are now one of Pakistan's most popular tourist destinations. The Shalimar Gardens were laid out as a Persian paradise garden intended to create a representation of an earthly utopia in which humans co-exist in perfect harmony with all elements of nature. Construction of the gardens began in 1641 during the reign of Emperor Shah Jahan and was completed in 1642. In 1981 the Shalimar Gardens were inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site as they embody Mughal garden design at the apogee of its development.

Urak Valley in Ziarat

Urak Valley Ziarat

About 150 km from the valley of Ziarat is the amazing Urak Valley, which is also a popular tourist spot. Since Urak Valley is close to Quetta, a lot of picnickers and people who want to try new things go there. The region is renowned for its cultivation of cherry and apple trees. As soon as you approach the Urak Valley, the sweet scent of apples greets you. In addition, freshwater springs flow on both sides of the road, causing people to fall in love with this location.

University Of Agriculture in Faisalabad

University Of Agriculture Faisalabad

UAF is South Asia's first and oldest agricultural institute. The main university campus is located in the heart of Faisalabad, Pakistan's third-largest city. As a large campus, it includes a number of green open spaces and combines classical and modern architecture, as well as accommodation for a large number of its pupils.

Booni in Chitral

Booni Chitral

In the crown of Chitral Valley, one of the jewels is Booni. Like other valleys, Booni is very beautiful and worth watching the town of Chitral. The landmarks of Booni are fan-shaped due to glacial deposits which are a major attraction for tourists. Amazing fact! The town is highly developed in terms of educational facilities provided to the natives. The Pakistan Tourism Development Corporation (PTDC) Motel is also located here. The weather of Booni in summer is warm due to the direct exposure of the valley to sunshine. In winter, the weather is extremely cold. The place is also famous for the growth of different vegetables, fruits, and crops.

PC Bhurbun in Islamabad

PC Bhurbun Islamabad

The Pearl Continental Bhurban, usually shortened to PC Bhurban, is a member of Pearl Continental Hotel chain in Pakistan. It is located in the town of Bhurban in Murree, which is famous for its scenic beauty. This place is a popular summer resort for the residents of Islamabad and nearby cities. In August 2008 the Punjab government levied a toll on vehicles entering the hotel, this has angered tourists who have harangued the toll collectors. Local politicians have opposed the imposition of the toll including the Nazims of Rawat, Numbal and Phagwari.

Gilgit-Baltistan in Gilgit

Gilgit-Baltistan Gilgit
Gilgit Baltistan

Gilgit-Baltistan formerly known as the Northern Areas, is a region administered by Pakistan as an administrative territory, and constitutes the northern portion of the larger Kashmir region, which has been the subject of a dispute between India and Pakistan since 1947, and between India and China since 1950s. It is the northernmost area administered by Pakistan. It borders Azad Kashmir to the south, the province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa to the west, the Wakhan Corridor of Afghanistan to the north, the Xinjiang region of China, to the east and northeast, and the Indian-administered union territories Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh to the southeast.