Khewra Salt Mine
It is accessible from the M2 Motorway via the Lillah Interchange. It is also called the Mayo Salt Mine, and it is the second-largest salt mine after the Sifto salt mine in Canada. It is thought that Alexander's troops in India found it in 320 BC, but salt trading didn't start until the Mughal Empire ruled. The mine is visited each year by up to 300 000 people. It is considered to be one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. It is renowned throughout the entire world for its production of pink salt. Salt Mine Railways is used by people who want to go to the mine. It is a beautiful place with pools of salty water inside the mine, a mosque made of bricks of salt in different colors, a model of the Great Wall of China, and more. People with lung diseases can go to a small hospital inside the mine.