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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, 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.

Samsons Resort Malam Jabba in Swat

Samsons Resort Malam Jabba Swat

Malam Jabba is a Hill Station and ski resort in the Hindu Kush mountain range nearly 40 km from Saidu Sharif in Swat Valley, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province of Pakistan. It is 314 km from Islamabad and 51 km from Saidu Sharif Airport.

D Ground Park in Faisalabad

D Ground Park Faisalabad

It is home to a large number of branded stores and shopping malls. It is also known as the center of Faisalabad's contemporary fashion and cuisine industries. During Ramzan, before Eid ul Fitr and before Eid ul Azha, local merchants and traders set up a large but temporary Eid market. These markets sell a wide range of Eid-related items, such as costumes, dresses, bangles, shoes, decorations, ornaments, and sweets.

Data Darbar – Ali Hajvery Tomb in Lahore

Data Darbar – Ali Hajvery Tomb Lahore

It is the largest Sufi shrine in South Asia. The site is regarded as the most sacred in Lahore, and its yearly urs festival attracts up to one million visitors. Lower Mall Road, Bhati Gate, Gawalmandi, and Karbala Gamay Shah, are all nearby. The shrine has grown into a major economic, political, and social hub in Lahore, and is one of the few areas in the city where the highly wealthy and the incredibly poor coexist.

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.

Quaid-e-Azam Residency in Ziarat

Quaid-e-Azam Residency Ziarat

A. S. Nathaniel cared for Jinnah here for the last 70 days of his life. It was built in 1892 during the time of the British Raj and is the most famous building in the city. It is a national monument and a historic site that has a lot to do with architecture. Since 2006, the 100-rupee notes have had the Quaid-e-Azam Residency on them.

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.

Khanpur Dam in Islamabad

Khanpur Dam Islamabad

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.

Hawkes Bay & Sandspit in Karachi

Hawkes Bay & Sandspit Karachi

Hawks Bay is a beach in the Pakistani city of Karachi, Sindh. It is 20 kilometers southwest of Karachi. It is reachable through Hawks Bay Road (Manipur Road). It is a well-known sandy beach with crystalline blue water. Nothing is more tranquil and calming than Hawks Bay in Karachi! And if you are traveling from outside Karachi or Pakistan, choose a weekday for your vacation; the beach will be completely empty. In addition to camel and horse rides, many enterprising individuals will give you a ride for a price that is adjustable while you tour the area. Hawks Bay is one of the few beaches on which green sea turtles lay their eggs. It is home to a rare reptile species.

Samundar Katha Lake Nathiagali in Nathiagali

Samundar Katha Lake Nathiagali Nathiagali

The KP government just opened a new place for tourists to visit in the Galiyat area. This is part of an effort to boost tourism in the area. The government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa constructed this lake artificially. A freshly constructed tourist destination offers the following activities: Boating, Zip Line, Camping, Fishing, Canoeing, Archery, and Mountain Biking are available. The region surrounding the lake provides basic amenities such as rest and refreshment areas, a limited number of shops and restaurants for tourists, and a large number of open parking spaces, but there are no existing arrangements for hotels and lodging.

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.

Lahore Fort in Lahore

Lahore Fort Lahore

The Lahore Fort is one of the most prestigious constructions of its sort in the world. It has 21 significant monuments, some of which date back to the reign of Emperor Akbar. There are about 21 distinct buildings in the fort. These in the northern part are divided into four blocks or quadrangles. Lahore Fort is Pakistan's unique monument that depicts the whole history of Mughal architecture and the eras that followed. UNESCO inscribed the Lahore Fort as a World Heritage Site in 1981.

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.

Hammerhead in Gwadar

Hammerhead Gwadar

Near the cities of Gwadar and Ormara, there are two hammerhead-shaped peninsulas that are one of the most striking aspects of the Makran Coast. This rock formation, which resembles a hammerhead whale, was formed when a mud volcano erupted. The majority of the rocks in the Gwadar district were formed by these volcanoes' eruptions. On its southern side, Hammerhead offers a stunning view of the Arabian Sea, while on its northern side, it offers a breathtaking view of the city of Gwadar.

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.

Makli Necropolis in Thatta

Makli Necropolis Thatta

Makli Necropolis is one of the largest funerary sites in the world, spread over an area of 10 kilometres near the city of Thatta, in the Pakistani province of Sindh. The site houses approximately 500,000 to 1 million tombs built over the course of a 400 year period. Makli Necropolis features several large funerary monuments belonging to royalty, various Sufi saints, and esteemed scholars. The site was inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1981 as an "outstanding testament" to Sindhi civilization between the 14th and 18th centuries.

Centaurus Mall in Islamabad

Centaurus Mall Islamabad

One of my favorite and best places in Islamabad. Centaurus Mall is one of Pakistan's major malls and Islamabad's go-to medium to the high-end shopping destination. From local to international brands, from entertainment to food everything is available here. It's the perfect setting for traditional Pakistani clothing to help you fit in without having to deal with overcharging and bargaining at local markets. There is also a huge food court in the mall where you can eat conveniently. Mastana is a restaurant where you can get affordable combo meals with some of your favorite Pakistani dishes.

Sost Border in Hunza

Sost Border Hunza
Gilgit Baltistan

On the Karakoram Highway, Sost is the final city in Hunza before entering China. It is located close to the international boundary with China. As a result of the fact that the city serves as a transit hub for traffic coming from both Pakistan and China, it is an essential position on all passenger and cargo roadways. There are a number of mountain crossings in the Karakorum Mountains, the most famous of which is the Khunjerab Pass. Additionally, Khunjerab's footsteps include a national park that is home to an endangered species of snow leopard. It is a wonderful representation of the relationship between China and Pakistan.

Katpana Cold Desert in Skardu

Katpana Cold Desert Skardu
Gilgit Baltistan

In the desert, there are big sand dunes that sometimes get snow on them in the winter. The Cold Desert is one of the highest deserts in the world because it is 2,226 meters above sea level. Although the desert geographically extends from the Khaplu Valley all the way to Nubra in the region of Ladakh that is under the administration of India, the largest areas of the actual desert area are located in the Shigar Valley and Skardu, both of which are under the administration of Pakistan. However, near the Skardu Airport is the part of the desert that receives the most tourist traffic.

Barmoghlasht in Chitral

Barmoghlasht Chitral

It’s hard to pronounce, but it’s very beautiful! !! This is a very beautiful scenic resort and an attractive resort. The distance between Barmoghlasht and Chitral is 14.5 kilometers. In addition, it is the building of the Chitral royal family, which is worth seeing. It is located among lush green pastures, adding more beauty to the resort.

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.

Borith Lake in Hunza

Borith Lake Hunza
Gilgit Baltistan

This location is quiet and peaceful. It is the greatest location in Hunza for individuals who need a break from their hectic lives. There are both white and black glaciers around this magnificent lake, which may be reached by car in 15 to 30 minutes or on foot in 1 to 3 hours. It is the most popular destination in Hunza. Borith Lake is the most desirable camping location in Hunza.

Gurdwara Darbar Sahib Kartarpur in Narowal

Gurdwara Darbar Sahib Kartarpur Narowal

The gurdwara is also famous because it is close to the border between India and Pakistan. From the Indian side of the border, you can see the shrine. From the Indian side of the border, a large number of Sikhs gather on bluffs to perform darshan or a holy look at the site. Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan opened the Kartarpur Corridor on November 9, 2019, which was the anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall and just a few days before Guru Nanak's 550th birthday. This historic event was the first time that Indian Sikh pilgrims could go to the site in Pakistan without a visa. It is also said to be the world's biggest gurdwara.

Katpana Lake in Skardu

Katpana Lake Skardu
Gilgit Baltistan

Katpana Lake is gaining prominence due to the alluring beauty that it possesses, and it is one of the spots in Skardu that is still relatively untouched. The Katpana town serves as the setting for the lake's entrance. The vista is made even more breathtaking by the presence of a wide variety of trees along the shore of the lake. If you are thinking about taking a trip to Skardu, you absolutely have to make time to go to Katpana Lake. It is one of the most beautiful lakes in Pakistan.

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.

Shandur Pass in Chitral

Shandur Pass Chitral

If you’re an adventurous tourist, this is the perfect place to go. The roads are narrow, rough, and gravel and you must expect to drive in 1st and 2nd gear only. Also, most of the roads are suitable for one vehicle only. The best time to visit Shandur Pass is between late April and early November. Jeeps are the best option to drive through the roads to reach this worth watching place. In Shandur Pass the Shandur Polo Festival is organized every year in the month of July. During the festival, teams of Chitral and Gilgit Baltistan play polo matches on Shandur Top.

Kanaan Park in Sahiwal

Kanaan Park Sahiwal

Kanaan Park is the most famous park in Sahiwal. Kanaan Park also has a zoo with many animals and birds. You can find monkeys, bears, lions, deer, rabbits, parrots, ostriches, and many other animals and birds here. Its maintenance is done properly and is watered 2 times a day. In the morning, and evening. It is the best place for families and a great picnic point.

K2 in Gilgit

K2 Gilgit
Gilgit Baltistan

K2, at 8,611 metres (28,251 ft) above sea level, is the second-highest mountain on Earth, after Mount Everest (at 8,849 metres (29,032 ft)).It lies in the Karakoram range, in part in the Gilgit-Baltistan region of Pakistan-administered Kashmir and in part in a China-administered territory of the Kashmir region included in the Taxkorgan Tajik Autonomous County of Xinjiang. K2 also became popularly known as the Savage Mountain after George Bell—a climber on the 1953 American expedition—told reporters, "It's a savage mountain that tries to kill you."Of the five highest mountains in the world, K2 is the deadliest; approximately one person dies on the mountain for every four who reach the summit.

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.

Lulusar Lake, Naran in Naran

Lulusar Lake, Naran Naran

Due to the area's tallest mountain peaks, it is a very popular tourist destination. Snow covers the upper mountains, providing visitors with a spectacular panorama. This location is best visited in the middle of summer when there is less snowfall and more greenery. Due to the lake's location within the national park of Lulusar Dudipatsar, foxes, hawks, Himalayan snowcocks, black bears, lynx, and marmots can be viewed. Moreover, enthusiasts can part in hiking and spend the night there.

Karachi Zoo in Karachi

Karachi Zoo Karachi

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.

Lalazar Wildlife Park in Nathiagali

Lalazar Wildlife Park Nathiagali

Lalazar Wildlife Park is one of Pakistan's most beautiful parks. The picturesque Lalazar in the Galiyat region not only provides a refreshing break in the summer but also has fauna/wildlife to see along the treks. In Urdu, the word "Lalazar" means "garden," and the natural environment, which consists of a carpet-like green meadow filled with widely spaced daisy blossoms, is a photographer's dream. The Lalazar Fauna Park is a focal place where visitors may best examine the area's famous wildlife while taking a leisurely walk. An information center has been established in the park to assist tourists and give them first-hand information about the wildlife park.

Karimabad Bazaar Hunza in Hunza

Karimabad Bazaar Hunza Hunza
Gilgit Baltistan

The most popular place to visit in Hunza Valley is Karimabad. If you go to Hunza valley, walk around the old, cobblestoned streets of Karimabad and buy some handicrafts and other local goods to support local businesses. The Bazaar of Karimabad is known for its local handicrafts, traditional embroidered caps, handmade carpets, handwoven cloth (paffu), and shawls as well as its precious and semi-precious gemstones, especially Ruby.

Masjid Wazir Khan in Lahore

Masjid Wazir Khan Lahore

Wazir Khan Mosque is famed for its exquisite faience tile work known as Kashi-Kari, as well as its interior surfaces, which are nearly totally covered with beautiful Mughal-era paintwork. It is considered to be the most ornately adorned Mughal-era mosque. Saint Sakhi Saif Souf's shrine is housed in the mosque.

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.

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.

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.

Shah Allah Ditta Caves in Islamabad

Shah Allah Ditta Caves Islamabad

You must visit Shah Allah Ditta Caves if you have a knack for historical places. The caves are said to be 700 years old. But according to historians, it is estimated to be roughly 2400 years old. It’s a centuries-old town and union council in the Islamabad Capital Territory, situated in the foothills of the Margalla Hills. Several cafés and eateries are located within the caves, where you may spend quality time with your family and friends. Currently, the caves have been transformed into a comfortable area where visitors may have tea and pakoras while listening to calming music.

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.