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Hindu Gymkhana in Karachi

Hindu Gymkhana Karachi
Sindh

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.

Shogran in Naran

Shogran Naran
KPK

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.

Sheesh Mahal in Lahore

Sheesh Mahal Lahore
Punjab

Known as “The Palace of Mirrors". It is among the 21 monuments that were built by successive Mughal emperors that form the "jewel in the Fort’s crown. The fort of Lahore is without a doubt one of the most remarkable structures of its sort in the world. The Sheesh Mahal features five arched entrances on the front side, which allow tourists to be fascinated by the gleaming and reflected qualities of hundreds of thousands of mirrors adorning the walls and ceiling. It is one of the most magnificent Mughal palaces, and visitors from all over the globe come to see and study it.

Tiger Peak in Naran

Tiger Peak Naran
KPK

Tiger Peak, also known as Istoro Nal, is a notable mountain in the Kaghan Valley of Pakistan's Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, standing at approximately 5,950 meters (19,520 feet) above sea level. This peak is renowned for its challenging climbing routes and panoramic vistas of the surrounding Himalayan landscape. Tiger Peak attracts mountaineers and trekkers seeking adventure and breathtaking views amidst the scenic beauty of the Kaghan Valley. Its striking appearance and rugged terrain make it a notable landmark in the region.

Defence Housing Authority in Karachi

Defence Housing Authority Karachi
Sindh

Mall Of Lahore in Lahore

Mall Of Lahore Lahore
Punjab

Known as “Lahore Kharidari Markaz ''. It is one of the largest shopping malls in Pakistan with an area of 650,000 square feet (60,000 square meters) and over 70 stores. The mall, on the other hand, was built by Bahria. Aside from the entertainment-focused events, the whole mall and every outlet are incredibly exciting. After all, where else can you get the top national and international brands all under one roof? All of these companies' most recent collections are on display, just as you would expect in any of the world's finest shopping malls. The food court provides a range of casual eating alternatives, and the kids club is the nicest play area in the region.

Pipeline Track Of Miranjani in Murree

Pipeline Track Of Miranjani Murree
Punjab

The highest mountain in the Galyat area, Miranjani Top, is a little more difficult than Mushkpuri. This peak is ideal for people who are looking for a physical challenge. The views are magnificent once you reach the top. The Miranjani top is stunning and is surrounded by lush green hills and extensive woodland. The peak is also covered in clouds, which is a sight to behold. It takes an hour to return to the parking lot. On a clear day, the Nanga Parbat, the world's ninth tallest mountain, may also be seen from the Miranjani peak.

Old Lockhart House in Abbottabad

Old Lockhart House Abbottabad
KPK

Exploring the old historical buildings of Abbottabad is no less than an adventure. Among the oldest historical places of Abbottabad, one is Old Lockhart House. Sir William Lockhart constructed this house in Abbottabad in the 1880s. The building is very beautiful and represents colonial history. Mr. Lockhart visited this place regularly in summer because of its beauty. I would suggest you take your children to this historical place during your trip to Abbottabad.

Gutwala Park in Faisalabad

Gutwala Park Faisalabad
Punjab

It is the largest park of Faisalabad. Gatwala Forest Park is a huge compound of more than 100 km2 that houses forest areas, parks, lakes and administrative buildings of the Ministry of Forestry, Government of Pakistan. Situated on the Shiekhupura Road / Lahore Road, its distance from the Clock Tower, Faisalabad is almost 20 km. It is situated next to many residential colonies and towns of Metropolis of Faisalabad as a result of the extreme expansion of residential areas of Faisalabad. The main attractions in Gatwala Park are the huge green parks that house a few rides for children, flowing canals across the park, bamboo growing area, large forest areas and two lakes. Boating is done in one lake, whereas the other lake is the home to many crocodiles.

PIA Planetarium in Lahore

PIA Planetarium Lahore
Punjab

It was established after the establishment of PIA Planetarium, Karachi. It contains a dome building and a retired Boeing 720-047B standing in a park). It's the most fascinating location to learn about astronomy and space. This location boasts incredible amenities such as a skydome and a public-access Boeing jet aircraft. Just think about all the pictures you could take there! The PIA Planetarium is a one-of-a-kind museum that has a computerized observatory that hosts presentations about the cosmic world and the solar system.

Replica Of Eiffel Tower in Lahore

Replica Of Eiffel Tower Lahore
Punjab

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).

Jagran Resort Kutton Valley in Keran

Jagran Resort Kutton Valley Keran
Neelum Valley

Jagran Resort in Kutton Valley, Azad Kashmir, is a delightful mountain retreat offering scenic views of the surrounding forests and river. The resort provides cozy accommodations in traditional wooden cottages, blending modern comforts with rustic charm. Visitors can enjoy activities like trekking, fishing, and nature walks in the serene environment of Kutton Valley. With its tranquil setting and beautiful surroundings, Jagran Resort is a perfect destination for relaxation and outdoor adventures.

Passu Glacier Hunza in Hunza

Passu Glacier Hunza Hunza
Gilgit Baltistan

Passu is a well-known tourist site in Upper Hunza, Pakistan. It is located along the Karakoram Highway, and it is known for its vast landscapes, which are easy to access, as well as its views of the 7,478-meter-high Passu Sar peak, as well as the Passu Glacier and Passu Cones.

Emporium Mall in Lahore

Emporium Mall Lahore
Punjab

Over 200 retailers and a five-star hotel are located within the 11-story mall, which spans 2.7 million square feet. It is Pakistan's second-biggest mall, after Karachi's Lucky One Mall, and one of the world's largest retail malls by gross leasable area. The Nishat Group manages the mall. The mall's website claims that 44 thousand people visit on a daily basis.

Tirich Mir in Chitral

Tirich Mir Chitral
KPK

Tirich Mir is the highest mountain in the world outside of the Himalayas-Karakoram Range. Moreover, the elevation of this mountainous range is 7,708 meters. Do you know an interesting fact about Tirch Mir? In the Wakhi language, Trich means darkness and Mir means king. Hence, the name means King of darkness. The name can also be attributed to the shadows created by Tirch Mir on Wakhan's side. The average temperature of Tirch Mir ranges from the highest 130C in July to the lowest -120C in winter.

Karachi Zoo in Karachi

Karachi Zoo Karachi
Sindh

It is the second oldest zoo in Pakistan, after Lahore Zoo. It is also the biggest zoo in the country. It is one of the most popular places for families to go to in Karachi. In 1878, the Zoo was opened to the public. Before, people often called it Mahatma Gandhi Garden. The name was changed to "Karachi Zoological Gardens" or "Karachi Zoo" when Pakistan got its independence in 1947. The zoo is home to many wild and exotic animals, such as lions, tigers, alligators, zebras, and more.

Pak Tea House in Lahore

Pak Tea House Lahore
Punjab

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.

Manora Island in Karachi

Manora Island Karachi
Sindh

Manora or Manoro is a small peninsula that forms a protective barrier between Karachi Harbour to the north and the Arabian Sea to the south. Manora was formerly an island, but due to silting is now connected to the mainland by a 12 kilometer long natural sandbridge known as Sandspit. The entrance to Karachi was once guarded against pirate raids by the Manora Fort built in the 1790s, which was later upgraded by the British, and then the Pakistan Navy.

Lulusar-Dudipatsar National Park in Mansehra

Lulusar-Dudipatsar National Park Mansehra
KPK

Lulusar-Dudipatsar National Park, nestled in the picturesque Kaghan Valley of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan, is renowned for its breathtaking landscapes and rich biodiversity. The park encompasses the stunning Lulusar Lake, the largest natural lake in the region, and Dudipatsar Lake, known for its surreal blue waters. With its diverse range of flora and fauna, the park is a haven for nature enthusiasts and trekkers seeking serene alpine beauty.

Harappa Museum in Sahiwal

Harappa Museum Sahiwal
punjab

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.

Noor Mahal in Bahawalpur

Noor Mahal Bahawalpur
Punjab

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.

Astola  in Gwadar

Astola Gwadar
Balochistan

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.

CMH Mosque in Jhelum

CMH Mosque Jhelum
Punjab

The CMH (Combined Military Hospitals) Mosque is a spectacular white marble monument located in the Cantt region of Jhelum. It is a renowned tourist destination. It was constructed in the 1950s and has a maximum capacity of 25,000 people. The CMH Mosque is without a doubt one of the most picturesque mosques in the area; it features a tall minaret on either side of the main prayer hall as well as a row of green palm trees in the front yard. Make it a point to stop by at least once while you're in Jhelum, even if you're only there for a short amount of time.

Golden Beach Kund Malir in Lasbela

Golden Beach Kund Malir Lasbela
Balochistan

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.

Lake Saif Ul Malook in Naran

Lake Saif Ul Malook Naran
KPK

Research indicates that lake Saif-ul-Malook is the fifth-best tourist destination in the country. The lake is surrounded by hypnotic beauty, a pleasant environment, and breathtaking vistas. Each year, it attracts a large number of travelers from throughout the globe. The ideal time to visit this location is between May and September. During the winter, the lake is covered in snow and the roads are impassable owing to the severe snowfall. In addition to brown trout, the lake contains an iconic vista of Malika Parbat, the highest mountain in Kaghan Valley.

Margalla hills & Daman-e-Koh Park in Islamabad

Margalla hills & Daman-e-Koh Park Islamabad
ICT

This is a popular tourist destination in Islamabad. However, Its name is a combination of two Persian words that mean "foothills" when put together. It's around 2400 feet above sea level and about 500 feet from Islamabad. It is a famous tourist attraction for both locals and visitors to the city. Tourists passing through Daman-e-Koh on their route to the higher viewpoint Pir Sohawa, which is located at a height of around 3600 feet at the top of the Margalla Hills.

Dai Anga Mosque in Lahore

Dai Anga Mosque Lahore
Punjab

The mosque is one of the Archaeology Department of Punjab's Protected Heritage Monuments. The mosque was designed on a scaled-down version of larger Mughal mosques, including the nearby Badshahi Mosque. The outside of the mosque has been adorned with excellent tile work, comparable to that of the Wazir Khan Mosque. The façade also has extensive ornamental tile work.

Tilla Jogian in Jhelum

Tilla Jogian Jhelum
Punjab

Before Pakistan was made, the abandoned monastic complex at Tilla Jogian was a place where both Hindus and Sikhs went to pray. This historical site is about 25 kilometers from the city of Jhelum. It was built in the 1st century BC. Tilla Jogian is an old place that has been a holy place for the Hindu religion for the past two thousand years. After 1947, it is no longer used because the subcontinent was partitioned into two countries at that time. In the first century B.C., construction began on a large complex that includes a number of ancient temples as well as other monastery buildings. It is located 26 kilometers to the west of the Jhelum city proper.

Rush Lake in Hunza

Rush Lake Hunza
Gilgit Baltistan

Rush Lake provides an additional breathtaking panorama of the Hunza Nagar Valley. The Nagar Valley is often regarded as being among the most beautiful valleys in the country. Most significantly, you will never discover great colors in Wadi Nagar, as this location is unparalleled in its beauty. The altitude of this highland lake is approximately 4,669 meters. Surrounded by lakes, the enormous mountains are Pakistan's tallest lakes.

Chiniot Bridge in Chiniot

Chiniot Bridge Chiniot
Punjab

Chiniot Bridge is an old iron bridge that is both beautiful and well-built. The road goes over the railroad track. The bridge goes over the Chenab river and links Chiniot to Chenab Nagar, which used to be called Rabwa. The old bridge was not very wide. On the side of the old iron bridge, a new bridge has just been built. The hill in the middle of the river made it easy to build the bridge in two parts, one on each side of the river. The east channel has six 40-meter-long spans, while the west channel has seven. It is a beautiful place to have a picnic. Here, you can rent rowboats to give you a memorable river experience.

Khanpur Dam in Islamabad

Khanpur Dam Islamabad
ICT

Khanpur Dam is a dam located on the Haro River in Khanpur, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa about 50 km from Islamabad. It forms Khanpur Lake, a reservoir which supplies drinking water to Islamabad and Rawalpindi, and irrigation water to many of the agricultural and industrial areas surrounding the cities. The dam was completed in 1983 after a 15-year construction period at a cost of ₨1,385.1 million. It is 51 m (167 ft) high and stores 79,980 acre-feet (98,650,000 m3) of water.

Deosai National Park in Skardu

Deosai National Park Skardu
Gilgit Baltistan

Deosai is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Skardu. The Deosai National Park was created to protect numerous animal and bird species, including the Snow Leopard, Red Fox, Himalayan Brown Bear, Wolf, Golden eagle, Sparrow Hawk, and Snow Cock. In addition, this park is renowned for its luxuriant flora and fauna, streams, green meadows, snow-capped mountains, and dense wildflowers. The National Park is only visited during the summer when a breathtaking display of flowers and butterflies greets visitors. However, Bara Pani, Sheosar Lake, Burgi Land, Ali Malik are all great locations to visit in Deosai. No doubt, Deosai is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Skardu.

Gurdwara Sacha Sauda in Sheikhupura

Gurdwara Sacha Sauda Sheikhupura
Punjab

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.

Chitta Katha Lake in Muzaffarabad

Chitta Katha Lake Muzaffarabad
Azad Kashmir

Chitta Katha Lake is a mesmerizing glacial lake located in the Shounter Valley of Azad Kashmir, Pakistan. Known for its vivid turquoise waters and picturesque surroundings, the lake is a popular trekking destination. Surrounded by lofty peaks and dense forests, the journey to Chitta Katha Lake offers breathtaking views and a peaceful atmosphere, making it a must-visit for outdoor enthusiasts seeking natural beauty and tranquility.

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.

Joyland Fortress Stadium in Lahore

Joyland Fortress Stadium Lahore
Punjab

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.

Sheikhupura Stadium in Sheikhupura

Sheikhupura Stadium Sheikhupura
Punjab

It is yet another stadium in Pakistan that can be used for a variety of purposes. This facility has a capacity of 15,000 spectators, and it was where the renowned cricket player Wasim Akram achieved his highest Test score. In the surrounding areas, you'll also find a public park, an electronic scoreboard, a gymnasium, and a stadium shopping complex. In addition, there is a miniature stadium for ice hockey. Saeed Anwar Malik, a legendary hockey player from Pakistan who competed in three Olympic Games, was honored with the naming of the country's new hockey stadium.

Delhi Gate, Lahore in Lahore

Delhi Gate, Lahore Lahore
Punjab

Lahore's Delhi Gate faces eastward in the direction of Delhi, India, Delhi Gate is one of six remaining historic gates of the Walled City of Lahore, Pakistan. Delhi Gate and the adjacent Shahi Hammam were restored in 2015 by the Aga Khan Cultural Service Pakistan.

Manthal Buddha Rock in Skardu

Manthal Buddha Rock Skardu
Gilgit Baltistan

Buddha Rock is one of the most significant Buddhist relics in Skardu. It is around three kilometers from Sadpara Road.Satpara Lake can be reached by following the Sadpara road. It is a big granite boulder that has been etched with a portrait of Buddha, and the engraving most likely goes back to the eighth century. This rock can be found in the village of Manthal in Skardu Town. But Buddhists carved this rock when they lived in Skardu and Buddhism was practiced there. At that time, Buddhist monks wanted to draw their dreams and experiences, as well as pictures of Buddha with words written in the Tibetan language. Before the spread of Islam in Baltistan around the middle of the 14th century A.D., these Buddhist rocks served as a place of worship for the local population.

Panjkora River in Kumrat Valley

Panjkora River Kumrat Valley
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

The Panjkora River is a prominent river in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan, originating from the Hindu Kush mountains. It flows through picturesque valleys and provides essential water for irrigation and agriculture in the region. The river is characterized by its turquoise waters and plays a vital role in the local ecosystem, supporting diverse wildlife and vegetation along its banks. The Panjkora River is also significant historically, with ancient civilizations having thrived along its fertile banks.