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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.

Masjid E Tooba in Karachi

Masjid E Tooba Karachi

In 1969, the Defense Housing Authority built Masjid e Tooba, which is also called Tooba Mosque or Gol Masjid. The prayer hall can hold up to 5,000 people, making it the 18th largest mosque in the world. It is also known as the largest single dome mosque in the world. This mosque is beautiful, and its building is very interesting. Only white marble was used to make it. The dome is 70 meters across and has no pillars in the middle. The other important thing about the mosque is that it was built with sound in mind, so if someone speaks at one end of the dome, they can be heard at the other end.

Rawal Lake in Islamabad

Rawal Lake Islamabad

Islamabad is a great place to go for outdoor activities. Visitors and tourists come here for sightseeing, hiking, bowling, etc. However, boating is one of the most popular and well-liked leisure activities in Islamabad. Go boating at Rawal Dam in Islamabad if you wish to enjoy serenity and nature at the same time. Believe me, you will not be disappointed. Rawal Lake is a man-made reservoir that supplies water to the cities of Islamabad and Rawalpindi. This lake is among the Margalla Hills, that’s why it gives a wild nature reflection to its visitors. On the other hand, sailing, water skating, and diving are also adventurous activities organized on Rawal Lake.

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.

Buzzi Pass in Gwadar

Buzzi Pass Gwadar

The Buzzi pass is often considered to be the most important reason for visitors to go to Gwadar. It confronts us with the most breathtaking beauty on both sides, and one simply cannot help but feel as though they need to hold their breath in surprise and awe. It offers a breathtaking panorama of the marvelous natural carvings and the Hingol National Park, both of which can be seen in the distance. Buzzi Pass is noted for being notable due to the fact that Alexander the Great traveled through this area, and while he was here, he suffered significant losses among his armies.

Model Town Park in Lahore

Model Town Park Lahore

It contains a jogging track that is 2.0 kilometers long. It is one of Asia's largest running tracks, constructed entirely of mud and clay. It’s a well-maintained and popular path. It is also carefully maintained and watered three times every day. Early in the morning, evening, and late at night. In Model Town Park, there are also additional trails and roads to run on, although some of the parks are categorized as golf courses.

Sheesh Mahal in Lahore

Sheesh Mahal Lahore

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.

Pakistan Air Force Museum in Karachi

Pakistan Air Force Museum Karachi

The other worthwhile museum is the Pakistan Air Force Museum, which you must visit if you have young children. It is beautiful and vast, well-kept, and equipped with all amenities. Before accessing the museum, one must take a long walk with the children through green foliage. There are so many aircraft models on display, and so much information on Pakistan's aviation is available. You may even prepare a little picnic at home if you dislike purchasing meals outdoors. Since there is always a breeze, the ideal time to visit is at night. The primary reason for recommending the PAF museum as a must-see attraction in Karachi is that it is highly interactive, and youngsters may enjoy touching buttons and adjusting levers on some of the model aircraft.

Tomb Of Shah Yusuf Gardezi in Multan

Tomb Of Shah Yusuf Gardezi Multan

Shah Yousuf Gardez was an Islamic Sufi saint who came to Multan, (present-day Punjab, Pakistan) in 1088 AD. He is said to have restored the city of Multan, converted many people to the Islamic religion, and performed numerous miracles. He came from Gardez in the present-day Paktia Province of Afghanistan.

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.

Pir Sohawa in Islamabad

Pir Sohawa Islamabad

There are lots of fun places to go with your family in Islamabad. Pir Sohawa is one of them. 17 km away from the Margalla Hills is a tourist spot called Pir Sohawa. People who want to enjoy the natural beauty of Islamabad will love this place. You can sit down and have a cup of tea at one of the many restaurants nearby. It's interesting that this is the highest tourist spot in the capital, and during the winter, it sometimes gets a few cm of snowfall.

Khurkhera Wildlife Sanctuary in Lasbela

Khurkhera Wildlife Sanctuary Lasbela

It is 240 kilometers from Karachi along the Makran Coastal Highway. Kund Malir is a meeting location for the sea, the mountains, and the desert. Kund Malir is a small Baloch fishing village in the mountains. The ocean flows beneath this mountain. People stop to look at the blue water on the white sand and watch the waves hit the sea.

JalKhad in Naran

JalKhad Naran

It is a nice place for tourists to visit. Pyala Lake is also in Jalkhand. It is near the lake in Kaghan Valley. Shepherds live in Jalkhad during the summer. It is a place where High Mountain is on one side of the road and Kunhar River, with its clear, freshwater flowing toward Naran, is on the other side. It is the finest place to escape the bustle of Naran and enjoy a tranquil day in the valley. From Jalkhad, there are two routes: one leads all the way to Noori Top (a trail to Neelum Valley), while the other leads to Baisar (base camp for going to Lulusar Lake, Dudipatsar Lake, and Babusar Top).

Manthokha Waterfall in Skardu

Manthokha Waterfall Skardu
Gilgit Baltistan

This is one of the most popular tourist spots in Skardu, welcoming both internal and overseas visitors. The waterfall is located in the village of Manthokha, which is accessible from the city of Skardu. From Skardu, one must continue the Kargil-Skardu route to reach Manthokha Waterfall. The Kargil-Skardu road passes through the following villages en route to Manthokha: Thorgo, Hussainabad, Parkutta, Manthokha, and Ghasing. A stream that is moving downstream eventually enters the Indus River at the village of Manthokha. You will find Madhupur on the eastern bank of this stream. The route that connects Manthoka and Madhapur will take you to your ultimate destination.

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.

Tomb Shah Shams Sabzwari Tabrez in Multan

Tomb Shah Shams Sabzwari Tabrez Multan

Shamsuddin Sabzwari arrived in Multan in early 1200C.E. in modern Pakistan, established a dargah and preached Islam to the local population. Shamsuddin Sabzwari is considered to be a saint due to his poetry and the local traditions. Shamsuddin Sabzwari died in 1276 and his mausoleum is located in Multan. The Urs of Shamsuddin Sabzwari takes place June of each year.[3] In South Asia, by the propagation of Islam commenced after the demise of Mohammad and Sindh was first to receive Islam. At about the same time, the followers and well wishers of Muhammad's family had started preaching and conversion on behalf of Ali and his successive Imams.

Hushe Valley in Gilgit

Hushe Valley Gilgit
Gilgit Baltistan

It is the highest village in the once extremely remote and impoverished Hushe Valley. It is the tallest town in the Hushe Valley, which was historically incredibly isolated and destitute. The valley is made by the Hushe River and goes from Masherbrum Mountain (7,821 meters) and the nearby glaciers south to the Shyok River, which is across from Khaplu. The village of Hushe is right in the middle of the valley. The valley is known for the high Karakoram range mountains that surround it, including Laila Peak, K6, and K7, which are all over 6,000 meters high. Just behind the K6 base camp, at 5100m, is Murtaza peak, which is where most trackers and beginners start. Hushe is no longer the poorest village because it is becoming more popular as a place to go trekking and climbing.

Kumrat Valley in Upper Dir

Kumrat Valley Upper Dir

Kumrat is a valley in the Upper Dir District of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa the Province of Pakistan. Kumrat Valley is located about 2 hours away (normally it's 45 minutes but due to road conditions it's 2 Hours) from the town of Thal.[citation needed] It is one of the beautiful valleys of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Every summer season thousands of tourists from different areas of the country visit Kumrat valley for its greenery and cool weather. Kumrat is covered with green pastures, snow clad mountains, the river Panjkora, foggy mounds and forests are attractions of the region, which serve as habitats for variety of flora and fauna. It is located in the Upper Dir Kohistan region at the back side of which Swat Kohistan area of Gabral is located.

Gulzar Mahal in Bahawalpur

Gulzar Mahal Bahawalpur

The palace is surrounded by a large garden and is located in the Bahawalgarh Palace Complex in close proximity to the palaces of Darbar Mahal, Farrukh Mahal, and Nishat Mahal. It was commissioned during the reign of Sadeq Mohammad Khan and was built to be the residence for women members of the royal household of the former princely state of Bahawalpur, aside from the Queen. The palace has been leased by the armed forces since 1966.

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.

Abbasi Mosque in Bahawalpur

Abbasi Mosque Bahawalpur

Jameh Abbasi It was constructed on orders of Nawab Bahawal Khan Abbasi in 1849, circa 1222 Hj. The mosque is built out of marble in its entirety. Its beautifully carved arches, decorative marble work, calligraphy, and attention to detail make it no less than any great Mughal mosque. One unique feature of the mosque is a beautiful marble jharokha inside the main arch facing Derawar. Three beautiful pearl-like domes rest on the mosque roof. The mosque is still in a good shape and has been well maintained by the people of Derawar, unlike the Derawar Fort which is in shambles now.

Tooshi Game Reserve in Chitral

Tooshi Game Reserve Chitral

Likewise other beautiful places of Chitral, Tooshi Game Reserve is no exception. It is the must-visit place of Chitral where entry is free of cost. It is spread over 1000 hectares. An interesting fact about Tooshi Game Reserve is that it is the heaven of Markhors. Even more, a herd of Markhors is seen descending from hilltops towards the river at sunrise or sunset. Hence, pack your binoculars to see this remarkable Game Reserve this summer with Flypakistan.

Sheikhupura Fort in Sheikhupura

Sheikhupura Fort Sheikhupura

People have always said that Emperor Jahangir built the Sheikhupura Fort, but there is no proof that this is true. The fort is definitely from at least the early Mughal era or even earlier, and it has changed a lot over the years. The fort, in its current configuration, takes up an area that is roughly square and measures 128 meters from north to south and 115.5 meters from east to west. Its walls have an average height of 11.5 meters. It has an imposing aspect and towers over the cityscape in the southeast of Sheikhupura, where it serves as a prominent landmark.

Ansoo Lake, Mansehra in Mansehra

Ansoo Lake, Mansehra Mansehra

From lake Saif-ul Malook it is about 8-9 hours of trek to Ansoo lake. It is considered one of the highest lakes in the Himalayas. If you see Ansoo Lake from a distant place it appears as a droplet of the tear with a wider rim on one side and thinner on the other. From the time it was discovered, it has been the favorite place of tourists from all over the world. There is a famous saying that seeing Ansoo Lake is not so common. Only lucky ones happen to see this lake. After hours of difficult trekking, sometimes the lake gets covered inside fog and blocks the view. So, it is said that only lucky ones can see this lake.

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.

Kohala in Murree

Kohala Murree

Neelum Point, also known as Kohala Point, is a famous tourist destination for locals and visitors alike. There are various reasons to visit Neelum Point, including its closeness to Murree and Islamabad, and the fact that it can be visited in a single day. The following are some facts that not everyone is aware of. Furthermore, driving from Neelum point, you may reach Kashmir Waterfall, also known as Dolai Aabshar (waterfall), in approximately 20 minutes. No doubt, this is a breathtakingly stunning and scenic location that you should not miss.

Bara Bagh Cemetery in Lasbela

Bara Bagh Cemetery Lasbela

There are more than one hundred graves in the Bara Bagh Cemetery in Lasbela, which is an ancient cemetery belonging to the Jams of Lasbela in the Lasbela princely state. Of these graves, forty belong to the Jams. Ghulam Qadir Khan, who lived from 1920 until 1988, and Jam Mohammad Yousaf, who lived from 1954 until 2013, both had notable burials.

Rohtas Fort in Jhelum

Rohtas Fort Jhelum

Rohtas Fort is one of Pakistan's six UNESCO World Heritage Sites. It was built in the 1600s. General Sher Shah Suri built it. He was the first ruler of the short-lived Sur Dynasty in the subcontinent. The fort is widely regarded as being not only one of the largest but also one of the most impregnable fortresses in all of South Asia. It is also a place that you have to see if you go to Jhelum. It was called an "exceptional example of Muslim military architecture of Central and South Asia" by UNESCO. This fort in Jhelum was constructed after the Battle of Chausa, in which the Mughal Emperor Humayun was defeated by Suri. When visiting Rohtas Fort for the first time in Jhelum, it is advisable to seek the services of a local guide. There are numerous tales around the stronghold that will make your trip even more memorable.

Hawke’s Bay Beach in Karachi

Hawke’s Bay Beach Karachi

Hawke's Bay or Hawkesbay is a beach in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan, located 20 km southwest of Karachi city. The beach is named after Bladen Wilmer Hawke, who owned a house on the beach during the 1930s. The beach is very popular, with hundreds of people visiting daily for swimming, camel and horse riding, and vacations.

Haveli Of Nau Nihal Singh  in Lahore

Haveli Of Nau Nihal Singh Lahore

Dating from the Sikh era of the mid-19th century, the haveli is considered to be one of the finest examples of Sikh architecture in Lahore. It’s the only Sikh-era haveli that preserves its original ornamentation and architecture. The structure consists of four floors plus a basement. The fourth floor consists of a tiny chamber known as Rang Mahal ("Color palace"), or Sheesh Mahal ("Mirror palace"), with huge screens forming a breeze-catching zone. The remaining stories were constructed with high ceilings in order to enhance the structure's height and create the impression of a fortress rather than a private dwelling.

CMH Mosque in Jhelum

CMH Mosque Jhelum

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.

Balloki Headworks in Kasur

Balloki Headworks Kasur

Balloki Headworks started in 1911. It is known as a triple canal project that aims to take the upper Chenab Canal water to the headworks. As the River Ravi remains insufficient for water purposes, the Pakistan Government started to work on Balloki headworks to feed the Lower Bari Doab Canal for the smooth irrigation of district Bahawalnagar. It also fascinates the tourist with a fantastic picnic point.

Dai Anga Mosque in Lahore

Dai Anga Mosque Lahore

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.

Changa Manga Forest in Kasur

Changa Manga Forest Kasur

Changa Manga is named after two brothers. Changa Manga is the largest planted forest that also preserves wildlife. It is interesting to note that British foresters finished in 1866. The wild project’s fundamental motivation was to give fuel resources, haulage of firewood, and timber. It covers 12000 acres of area, including a park of timberland and a lake. The forest park was constructed in 1961-62 and was reduced with many development schemes to meet the growing needs. Now, this park is on 134 acres. The facilities in the park include a cafeteria, hanging bridges, log huts, a rest house, a swimming pool, and boating.

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.

Baba Chandrakup in Gwadar

Baba Chandrakup Gwadar

Also referred to as Chandragup. Imagine a volcano that erupts not with lava but with mud instead. As a result of this, the Baba Chandrakup, also known as the mud volcano, is revered as a sacred location by Hindus and is regarded as an essential pit break for travelers on their journey to the shrine of the Shri Hinglaj Mata temple. The pilgrims pray, ponder, and seek forgiveness for their sins. The behavior of the wind and the bubbling of the mud allows the chadr to determine whether or not the pilgrim's sins have been forgiven.

RaniKot Fort in Jamshoro

RaniKot Fort Jamshoro

Ranikot Fort (also known as Rannikot) is a historical Talpur fort near Sann, Jamshoro District, Sindh, Pakistan. Ranikot Fort is also known as The Great Wall of Sindh and is believed to be the world's largest fort, with a circumference of approximately 32 kilometres (20 mi). The fort's ramparts have been compared to the Great Wall of China. The site was nominated in 1993 by the Pakistan National Commission for UNESCO world heritage status, and has since been on the tentative list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The fort is listed as a historical site under the Antiquities Act, 1975 and its subsequent amendments, and is provided protection.

Hussani Bridge in Hunza

Hussani Bridge Hunza
Gilgit Baltistan

Hussani Bridge is located 30 mins drive from Attabad lake. From one end to the other end of the bridge Hussani Bridge consists of 400 steps. Although it is secure and risk-free, some individuals find the bridge to be terrifying. When traveling across the Hussani bridge, however, you need to exercise caution because there is still a chance that you will accidentally fall. This location receives the greatest number of tourists of any other in Hunza.

Basho Valley in Skardu

Basho Valley Skardu
Gilgit Baltistan

The Basho Valley is one of the most popular places to visit in Skardu, which is in the northern part of Pakistan. It is known for its extreme beauty, majesty, and primitive charm. The Bashu Valley in Skardu is located within a two-hour drive from the city's main center, and it is very accessible by jeep. Even during the hottest of summers, the valley offers a peaceful ambiance. In addition, the place is considered to be ideal for camping and trekking due to its expansive green plains and streams. At night, when it gets cold, the valley is even more beautiful because people can see thousands of stars right above their heads.

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.