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Hunza in Hunza

Hunza Hunza
Gilgit Baltistan

Hunza is a mountainous valley in the Gilgit-Baltistan region of Pakistan. Hunza is situated at the bank of Hunza river in the northern part of Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan, bordering with Ishkoman to the northwest, Shigar to the southeast, Afghanistan's Wakhan Corridor to north, and the Xinjiang region of China to the northeast. The Hunza Valley is situated at an elevation of 2,438 meters (7,999 feet). Geographically, Hunza consists of three regions: Upper Hunza (Gojal), Central Hunza and Lower Hunza.

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.

Shahi Bagh in Peshawar

Shahi Bagh Peshawar

Shahi Bagh is located in Faqirabad, Peshawar. The literal meaning of "Shahi Bagh" in local languages is "The Royal Park". The total area of the park is almost 100 acres and was built during the time of the Mughals. It holds a significant recreational and historical value for the city and its residents. According to the government, the garden is a national heritage site and public property.Shahi Bagh is a very popular place among students. Students used to go for recreational activities in the park and even study in the olden days. Sant Kirpal Singh, who used to study in Edwardes Church Mission High School (Edwardes College) Peshawar, writes that he used to take his book and study in the Shahi Bagh.

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.

Manora Island in Karachi

Manora Island Karachi

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.

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.

Lake View Park in Islamabad

Lake View Park Islamabad

One of the best places to have a picnic in the twin cities is Lake View Park. The park is known for having a large area for recreation. It is near the popular Rawal Lake. Rawal Dam is a popular place for tourists and is one of Pakistan's most well-known dams. If you have kids, this is a great place to go because the park is full of swings and other fun things for kids to do. Other amenities of the park include a Motorsports ranch, Boating arena on Saturday, horse riding mobs, Festival arena, Fishing area, Passenger road train, and many more.

Liberty Market in Lahore

Liberty Market Lahore

It is a centuries-old market that was developed in the 1960s and 1970s. It is a well-known book-buying destination not just in Pakistan but also internationally. It is one of the places where you can discover a variety of things at a fair price, and because it is such a large market, females can easily bargain with the vendors and grab their desired items in a professional manner. Overall, it's a well-kept roundabout market. As a result, all of the heavy traffic revolves around it. This market is also nearby to some well-known and reasonably priced hotels.

Gwadar in Gwadar

Gwadar Gwadar

Gwadar (Balochi/Urdu: گوادر‎) is a port city on the southwestern coast of Balochistan, Pakistan. The city is located on the shores of the Arabian Sea opposite Oman. Gwadar was an overseas possession of Oman from 1783 to 1958.[2] It is about 120 km (75 mi) southwest of Turbat, while the sister port city of Chabahar in Iran's Sistan and Baluchestan Province is about 170 km (110 mi) to the west of Gwadar. The main industrial concern is a fish-processing factory; salt is obtained by the evaporation of seawater. Gwadar became part of the sultanate of Muscat and Oman in 1797, and it was not until 1958 that the town and adjoining hinterland were exchanged from Oman to Pakistan.

Shrine Of Baba Kamal Chishti in Kasur

Shrine Of Baba Kamal Chishti Kasur

The Shrine of Baba Kamal Chishti stands on the top of an embankment. There is a legend that describes the great flood that destroyed the town, leaving only the shrine of Hazrat Kamal Chisti. He is one of the most famous saints among those in the sub-continent who had played important role in spreading Islam.

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.

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.

Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan Auditorium in Faisalabad

Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan Auditorium Faisalabad

It is a hub for conducting different community festivals like poetry events, literary festivals, independence shows, and many other activities. The Auditorium is a section of a public building where people sit, as opposed to the stage. On one side of the Auditorium, the audience is seated, while on the opposite side of the stage, various activities are performed, depending on the occasion.

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.

The Invisible Saint (Pir Ghaib) in Quetta

The Invisible Saint (Pir Ghaib) Quetta

Pir Ghaib Waterfalls are waterfalls situated in the Bolan Valley, 70 kilometres (43 mi) from Quetta, in Balochistan, Pakistan. Here a waterfall cascades down rocky mountain side making its way through many streams and ponds among the shady palm trees. Legend relates that Pir Ghaib and his sister, the venerable Bibi Nani, arrived here to convert the locals in the early days of Islam. But the fire worshippers sent an army after the pious pair. In the gorge of the Bolan, the siblings split; Bibi Nani went down the gorge (her purported tomb is under a bridge about 15 km downstream) while her brother fled into this arid landscape with the army in hot pursuit. At the head of the gorge, seeing that he was blocked by the rock wall, the saint prayed to almighty to be rescued.

Delhi Gate, Lahore in Lahore

Delhi Gate, Lahore Lahore

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.

River Kunhar in Mansehra

River Kunhar Mansehra

Kunhar River is also known as "Nain Sukh". It starts from Lulusar Lake. The glaciers of Malka Parbat and Makra Peak and the waters of Saiful Muluk lake feed the river. The Kunhar flows through the entire Kaghan Valley through Jalkhand, Naran, Kaghan, Jared, Paras, and Balakot, and joins the Jhelum River. It is known for its magnificence and mesmerizing views. The Kunhar river trout are considered to be the best throughout the Indian subcontinent. The river is a popular spot to go camping, rafting, and other water sports.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Mosque Of Maryam Zamani ( Begum Shahi Mosque) in Lahore

Mosque Of Maryam Zamani ( Begum Shahi Mosque) Lahore

Also known as “Begum Shahi Masjid”. It is the subcontinent's most famous and oldest Mughal monument. The Mosque depicts a transitional period in architecture, with Mughal influences as well as elements from the preceding Pashtun Lodi Dynasty that dominated the region. The mosque is a graceful and simple massive structure, richly decorated with fresco paintings in floral, geometrical, and tendril designs.

 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.

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.

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.

Dharabi Dam in Chakwal

Dharabi Dam Chakwal

Dharabi Lake is a reservoir that has been developed for the collecting and storage of water that comes from "The Dharab River." Dharabi Lake is perfect for all forms of water sports, including boating, canoeing, surfing, and fishing, due to its topographical characteristics. Because of this, the place hosts both public and private family festivals and water sports competitions all year long. This is another reason why Dharabi is one of Chakwal's most visited lakes. Once fully completed, this tourist attraction in Punjab would be the ideal weekend destination for families from adjacent cities.

Chitral Fort in Chitral

Chitral Fort Chitral

The Chitral Fort is a fortification in Chitral town, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan. The fort is situated on the banks of the Chitral River. The fort has a commanding position on the river and is believed to have been built in 1774 during the reign of Mohtaram Shah Katur II and restored in 1911 by His Highness Sir Shuja ul-Mulk. The compound used to house the barracks of the guards of Mehtar of Chitral. The fort was declared as the personal property of the last ruler of Chitral following the merger of Chitral State in 1969. It is now occupied by the current ceremonial Mehtar, Fateh-ul-Mulk Ali Nasir who has renovated the old Darbar Hall and state rooms following damage sustained during the earthquake of 2015.

Governor Cottage  in Chitral

Governor Cottage Chitral

Governor cottage is a beautiful and graceful architecture that exemplifies the glorious and typical Chitrali style of construction. Now this place is open to the general public. Governor Cottage is placed at a height location and surrounded by greenery. You will find many historical objects which are preserved there and are in very good shape. After visiting this place, you will surely get an idea about the royal living style of Mehar of Chitral.

Sheosar Lake, Skardu in Skardu

Sheosar Lake, Skardu Skardu
Gilgit Baltistan

As you explore the large plains of Deosai, you will come across the beautiful Sheosar Lake in the middle of the plains. At an altitude of 13,589 feet above sea level, this lake holds the record for the greatest elevation of any lake of its sort in the world. A mesmerizing scene is created by the deep blue water that is surrounded by the verdant plains of Deosai. And in the background, you will find the formidable mountains of Nanga Parbat. Each season at the lake has its own beauty. In the winter, the lake is frozen, and in the summer, its many colors captivate visitors.

Phandar Valley in Gilgit

Phandar Valley Gilgit
Gilgit Baltistan

This beautiful valley is at the end of a winding road that goes through green fields and forests and gives you a view of rivers and icy peaks. In Phandar Valley, there are springs with water that is as clear as glass and lakes and rivers with water that is as blue as the sky. The first look at this valley will make you forget all about how tired you are from the trip and give you new energy. The calm, deep blue waters of the River Ghizer and the lush green and golden fields around it are beautiful. Between June and July, the weather in Phandar valley is very nice, and this is the best time to visit because this is when the valley is at its most beautiful. The days are sunny and warm, and the nights are cool.

Tomb Of Bibi Jawindi in Bahawalpur

Tomb Of Bibi Jawindi Bahawalpur

Dating back to the 15th century, the shrine was built in the spirit of the historical Sufi premier Bibi Jawindi of the Suhrawardiyyah order. Built of glazed bricks on an octagonal base with turrets on each of its eight corners, the tomb of Bibi Jawindi is considered one of the most ornate monuments in Uch. Both the interior and exterior of the building are richly decorated with Islamic scriptures, carved timber, and bright blue and glazed white mosaic tiles. The base tier is supported by the eight tapering turrets in each corner.

Nagar Valley in Gilgit

Nagar Valley Gilgit
Gilgit Baltistan

The beautiful district of Nagar, which used to be called Brushal, is in the north of Pakistan. This place is a lakeside paradise. Nagar Khas is vital to the Nagar valley. The breathtaking landscapes and breathtaking vistas are seen throughout the Minapin, Ghulmet, Hopper, and Charlotte Valleys have made them popular tourist destinations in the Nagar region. This is due to the fact that the valleys are spread out across the region.

Altit Fort Hunza Valley in Hunza

Altit Fort Hunza Valley Hunza
Gilgit Baltistan

This fort is well-known in the areas surrounding it due to the royal garden and the local communities who live there. Elderly women, dressed in the traditional garb of their communities and interacting with one another in colonial settings. In the winter, a swimming pool can be used as a skating rink. The views that can be seen from the Altit Fort are breathtaking and captivating.

Shahi Masjid , Chitral in Chitral

Shahi Masjid , Chitral Chitral

Shahi Masjid is a piece of beautiful architecture, built by Shujaul Mulk in 1924. Shujaul Mul was the Mehtar of Chitral, the ruler of Chitral from 1895 to 1936. The construction of the Masjid is truly a wonderful piece of architecture with pinkish walls and white marble and engraved works of art. The architecture truly represents the culture and tradition of the aristocrats of Chitral.

Fatima Jinnah Park in Islamabad

Fatima Jinnah Park Islamabad

Find your way to Fatima Jinnah Park if you are seeking a place that not only provides you with the opportunity to take in breathtaking scenery but also offers a serene environment that will help you to quiet both your spirit and your mind. The park was named after Fatima Jinnah, the sister of Muhammad Ali Jinnah, the founder of Pakistan. In the park, you can do everything from take a walk and breathe in the fresh air to fly a kite and play tennis.

Nathiagali,Murree in Murree

Nathiagali,Murree Murree

The Galliyat plays a major part in all of Murree's districts, with Nathiagali being the most popular. The Nathiagali also provides breathtaking views of Kohistan's and Kashmir's snow-capped peaks. The massive mountains of Nanga Parbat can be viewed in clear weather. However, this is also the most visited place in Murree by tourists. This place is also famous for its beautiful hotels and guest houses. Such as Alpine hotel, Elites, Summer retreat, Raees khana, Shimla resort, and guest house.

Malot Fort in Chakwal

Malot Fort Chakwal

The village of Malot is in Chakwal, which is in Kalar Kahar. But there is also a town with the same name near the Malot Fort. In particular, the town used to be called Malik Kot, but that name was changed to Malot. In the Tuzk-e-Babri, the transition of the region's name from Malik Kot to Mal-Kot and subsequently to Malot is obvious. The fort dates back to the 10th century AD and features a hybrid architecture that draws inspiration from both Greek and Kashmiri styles. Archives say that Malot was built around the year 980 AD. The Malot was found by Gen. As is the case with many historical sites in the Salt Range, the Malot Fort, a beautiful and unique fort in the area, is getting worse because it isn't being taken care of.

Clock Tower Faisalabad in Faisalabad

Clock Tower Faisalabad Faisalabad

The Clock Tower, also known as Ghanta Ghar, is the most well-known landmark in Faisalabad. It is not only the center of the city but also the hub for all of the city's activities. Each political party attempts to conduct rallies at this location during election season. Every year, Ghanta Ghar hosts the core rally of the Eid Milad Nabi religious festival as well as the largest Muharram (annual religious event) procession.

Fort Kohna Qasim Garden in Multan

Fort Kohna Qasim Garden Multan

Multan is a Historical city. Its History spread on centuries. Multan is Also Known as the city of “Garma, Gard, Gada and Goristan”. Multan fort is situated in the center of city. Multan Fort was built on a mound separating it from the city by the old bed of river Ravi. Its date cannot be fixed with accuracy. Apart from the shrines, most of the fort was destroyed by the British in 1848-49 to avenge the death of Lieutenant Alexander vans Agnew, killed in Multan by order of the Sikh governor. Agnew's memorial obelisk stands on a plinth at one of the highest points of the fort mound. A panoramic view of Multan City can be had from the highest point in the fort. The Fort was originally known as Katochgarh and is attributed to have been built by the Katoch Dynasty.

Lake Saif Ul Malook in Naran

Lake Saif Ul Malook Naran

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.