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Kashmir Point in Murree

Kashmir Point Murree

The highest view in the area is from the point, which is 7500 feet above sea level. It's around a 1-mile walk from GPO. It's Murree's most busy spot since the crowds from Mall Road also come here to view this gorgeous place. Kashmir Point now has a market with a variety of shopping and food court establishments. When planning a trip, make sure to pack warm clothing because the temperature there is said to be hot at first and then cool quickly. Also, always get coffee from the cafes there and try to stay warm, and don't hike towards the edges since it's hazardous. There are many beautiful hotels and guesthouses for families and couples located at Kashmir point such as Maisonette Firhill villas, Maisonette Morningside, Khatak lodges, Metropole, Mount calm, etc.

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.

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.

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.

Charna Island in Karachi

Charna Island Karachi

Charna Island is a small island in the Arabian Sea, about 6 to 7 kilometers from Karachi. Charna is a massive rock formation in the midst of the ocean with a surface area of around 1.5 square kilometers. This island's primary activities include cliff diving, scuba diving, jet-skiing, snorkeling, underwater photography, and marine species exploration. Consequently, you must visit this island if you desire an adrenaline rush and quality time with your companions. The Pakistan Navy also uses this island as a firing range. Fishermen come to this island to fish because there are a lot of different kinds of lobsters, crabs, and other fish. Near Charna, there is a colorful underwater world with a lot of different species that really make divers want to come back again and again.

Naran Kaghan in Naran

Naran Kaghan Naran

Naran is a town and popular tourist destination in the upper Kaghan Valley in the Mansehra District of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan. It is located 119 kilometers (74 mi) from Mansehra city at an altitude of 2,409 meters (7,904 ft). It is located about 65 kilometers (40 mi) away from Babusar Top. It is one of the most popular tourist attractions locally as well as internationally.

Hanna Lake  in Ziarat

Hanna Lake Ziarat

This is another highly popular tourist destination in Balochistan and is more often known as Hanna Lake. It is located more than 100 kilometers away from Ziarat valley and is only a few minutes drive away from the city of Quetta. The building of a reservoir during the time of British colonial rule resulted in the establishment of this stunning body of water, which is known to the locals as Hanna Jheel. There is a lakeside restaurant by the name of Hanna Lake Restaurant, where you may take in the breathtaking panoramas of the water while sitting in the cool shade provided by pine trees.

Haleji Lake in Karachi

Haleji Lake Karachi

It is 6.58 km2 (2.54 sq mi) in size. The lake is bordered by marshes and lagoons, which enhance the area's natural attractiveness. It is the largest bird sanctuary in Asia and a paradise for bird lovers. A diversity of flora and fauna, including Indian spot-billed duck, cotton teal, Pheasant-tailed jacana, and purple moorhen are known to inhabit the lake. It is also used by egrets and herons for breeding. Haleji should be at the top of your list if you are a birdwatcher or an explorer.

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.

Giga Mall in Islamabad

Giga Mall Islamabad

Visit Giga Mall Islamabad for a family-friendly shopping excursion, or see a movie at Giga Mall Cineplex, and explore more than 200 international and national brands. Since its launch in 2016, Giga Mall Islamabad has transformed the shopping experience of millions of visitors annually. The Giga Mall is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Pakistan and is well-known all over the world due to its prominence in entertainment, retail, and attractions.

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.

Sialkot Clock Tower in Sialkot

Sialkot Clock Tower Sialkot

The Sialkot Clock Tower (Urdu: سیالکوٹ گھنٹہ گھر) also known as Iqbal Square (Urdu: اقبال سکوئر), is situated in Saddar Bazar, Sialkot Cantonment, Pakistan. Standing tall for more than a century, the tower would have been witness to many a time of upheaval and change. It has been renovated many times but the original structure has not changed much. There used to be a Hindu temple, right next to it; but it was torn down during 1992 riots in reaction to the dismantling of Babri Masjid in Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh, India.

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.

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.

Shigar Valley in Skardu

Shigar Valley Skardu
Gilgit Baltistan

The Shigar Fort in Skardu Valley is a remarkable architectural structure surrounded by Shigar's vast plains. The desert's cold sand is a wonder in itself. Moreover, Shigar Fort is the most visited location in Skardu due to its historical significance. The entire structure of the Shigar Fort, which was constructed roughly 400 years ago, is composed of stones with sturdy foundations. Formerly known as the Palace of Rock, the fort is now a guesthouse with 20 rooms and a large hall displaying the treasures of the Baltit culture.

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.

Tomb Of Nadira Begum:  in Lahore

Tomb Of Nadira Begum: Lahore

This tomb lacks a dome and was constructed in a sunken water tank, unlike other Mughal tombs that are placed in gardens. The grounds around the tomb are now utilized as a park, where weekend cricket matches are held. A well-known cricketer purportedly advocated removing the mausoleum and replacing it with a decent cricket ground, but nothing came of it. Instead, the sad princess' tomb stands precariously in its current state, waiting to be restored to its previous glory.

Daman-e-Koh in Islamabad

Daman-e-Koh Islamabad

Daman-e-Koh is a viewing point and hill top garden north of Islamabad and located in the middle of the Margalla Hills. Its name is a conjunction of two Persian words, which together means foot hills. It is about 2400 ft from sea level and almost 500 ft from the city of Islamabad.

Sheesh Mahal,chiniot in Chiniot

Sheesh Mahal,chiniot Chiniot

The Saeen Sukh Shrine, popularly known as the "Sheesh Mahal" of Chiniot, is situated next to the Shah Ismail Shah Bukhari Shrine. Sheesh, Mahal Chiniot is one of the historical places in Chiniot that people like to visit. Mirrors are used to make beautiful, intricate designs on Sheesh Mahal. One of the tourist spots in Chiniot that doesn't get enough attention, maybe because it's in the streets. But it's always worth it once you get there. You will be amazed by where it is and how it is built.

Bibi Pak Daman Tomb in Lahore

Bibi Pak Daman Tomb Lahore

Bibi Pak Daman, also known as Bibi Rasti, was the mother of the eminent Sufi saint Rukn-i-Alam, and was also a disciple of Bahauddin Zakariya (1170-1262) who brought the Suhrawardiyya order of Sufism to Multan. She died in 1295 and was buried quite near (or upon the same spot) where the temple of Mai Totla (one of Multan's three pre-Islamic deities) once stood. The tomb is a roughly rectangular and is decorated externally with Multan's signature blue and white tiles, placing it firmly within the design tradition of Multan's 'flat roof' tombs such as that of Shah Yousuf Gardezi. The east facade is decorated with a set of triple arches resting upon double columns, providing access to a deep portico that shelters a number of graves (the latest of which was added in July 2001).

Nankana Resort in Nankana Sahib

Nankana Resort Nankana Sahib

Nankana Lake Resort is located two miles from Nankana Sahib City, in the heart of Punjab. The resort is located on the border of two old land grants of the mid-15th century; Rai Bular's Estate and the old Rajput trail through authentic Punjabi villages ap "Where the Modern Urban Beat meets the traditional Punjabi Village - Put yourself in the midst of it all at the newly created Resort & Spa. A rare place where magnetic Modern Living and the historic Punjabi Village lifestyle collide into one spectacular resort. At last opposing lures of life have found common ground".

Derawar Fort in Bahawalpur

Derawar Fort Bahawalpur

Derawar Fort is an important place for tourists. The fort was initially known as Dera Rawal and later referred to as Dera Rawar, which with the passage of time came to be pronounced Derawar, its present name. The walls have a perimeter of 1500 meters and stand up to thirty meters high. This historically significant fort presents an enormous and impressive structure in the heart of the Cholistan desert, but it is rapidly deteriorating and in need of immediate preventive measures for preservation.

Ziarat Juniper Forest in Ziarat

Ziarat Juniper Forest Ziarat

This location is ideal for trekking, hiking, and picnics since it has Pakistan's largest juniper forest, which is also said to be the second-largest juniper forest in the world. The woodland is home to several animal species, including black bears and Markhor. The forest ecosystem is worth a lot when it comes to protecting biodiversity. It also has a big effect on the environment, which helps communities locally, regionally, and globally. The forest, which is more than 250,000 acres in size, is home to some of the oldest trees in the world; the average age of the trees there is estimated to be 7,000 years.

Gwadar Desert in Gwadar

Gwadar Desert Gwadar

The coastal semi-desert may be reached by crossing the Hingol river bridge. On its sand dunes, it provides locals and visitors the opportunity for a desert adventure. This hypnotizing ocean of sand in golden tones may be seen in the desert that is located in Gwadar. You will have a memorable experience as a result of the breezes that are making the hills move. That gives you a memorable experience that you probably won't find anywhere else. This is another reason why the number of tourists visiting Gwadar has increased.

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.

Hike To The Ultar Base Camp in Hunza

Hike To The Ultar Base Camp Hunza
Gilgit Baltistan

If you want to hike more in Pakistan, you can do a day hike here in Karimabad. The trail starts near the Baltit fort and goes all the way up to Ultar Base Camp, where you can get a close look at the glacier and the Ultar peaks. It should take you about 4 to 5 hours to get to the ridge, from which you can see the huge Ultar glacier and the beautiful jagged peaks of Ultar.

Defence Housing Authority in Karachi

Defence Housing Authority Karachi

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.

Lyallpur Museum Faisalabad in Faisalabad

Lyallpur Museum Faisalabad Faisalabad

Lyallpur Museum is close to the district courts and is located on University Road in front of the Faisalabad District Council. It is a heritage museum in Faisalabad, Pakistan. It has 10 galleries that show the modern and ancient culture and history of Lyallpur/Faisalabad. In these galleries, all of the artifacts are exhibited in chronological order. These galleries are a regional archaeological heritage gallery, orientation gallery, sandal bar gallery, and many others.

Pak Tea House in Lahore

Pak Tea House Lahore

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.

Makra Peak, Mansehra in Mansehra

Makra Peak, Mansehra Mansehra

Makra Peak Mansehra or as called "Spider Peak" is a beautiful dazzling highest Himalayas mountain peak. The unique kind of Makra Peak (Spider Peak) shape looks marvelous, ravishing in winter which is covered with white crystal snow, and in the summer season, this mountain peak has spread all the colors surrounding in a very natural way. Makra Peak Weather remains cold throughout the year. Hiking on the Makra is difficult due to snow and the gradient of the mountainsides.

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.

Mangla Dam in Jhelum

Mangla Dam Jhelum

Your journey to Jhelum is incomplete without a stop at Mangla Dam. This multipurpose dam, situated on the Jhelum River in the Mirpur District of Azad Kashmir, is an architectural marvel surrounded by breathtaking natural beauty. It will take approximately fifty minutes to reach the dam from the city's center. Needless to say, it's an unforgettable cultural experience in and of itself. When you get to Mangla Dam, you have the option of going jet skiing or taking a boat ride. If none of this seems appealing to you, you can grab a cup of tea from one of the many stalls that are located close to the lake and enjoy the peaceful atmosphere there.

Lodge Of Civil Surgeon Of Hazara in Abbottabad

Lodge Of Civil Surgeon Of Hazara Abbottabad

Similar to other historical places in Abbottabad, the Lodge of Civil Surgeons of Hazara is no exception in terms of beauty. When exploring the historical beauty of Abbottabad, never miss this place. It is a beautiful bungalow located in civil lines, Abbottabad. This lodge was constructed in the 19th century. The outlook of the building is historical because it is made up of lime mortar and black stone craft. There are pine trees around the building which adds more to its beauty. Even noteworthy, the building is about to collapse anytime but is a mark of history. However, you can take your family to visit this historical place from the outside.

Tomb Of Jahangir in Lahore

Tomb Of Jahangir Lahore

A tomb was constructed for the Mughal Emperor Jahangir in the 17th century. The tomb was built in the Mughal style, which was influenced by Persian Safavid architecture. The mausoleum is designed as a takhtgarh, or mausoleum placed on a podium that also acts as a Takht, or "throne." Except there's no takhtgarh on the podium, and it doesn't appear to have ever been built.

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.

The Big Temple in Chiniot

The Big Temple Chiniot

Maharaja Gulab Singh built the traditional Hindu temple, which is also called the "big temple." People think that the beautiful temple was built during the second Anglo-Sikh war. Even though it is an old Hindu Temple, a lot of people still come here to worship. It is believed that this temple was constructed during the reign of Maharaja Gulab Singh and was severely damaged during the 2nd Anglo-Sikh War (1848-49). Those who have an interest in such buildings will delight in the opportunity to observe the temple's exterior as well as its interior, which is a combination of Hindu and Sikh architectural styles.

Rumbur Valley in Chitral

Rumbur Valley Chitral

It is some 45 Km from Chitral town, normally takes 2 hrs to reach on a bumpy but adventurous road. It is the 2nd Kalash valley with very hospitable and warm welcoming Kalash tribes, who have been living in these valleys for centuries. The Kalash are not Muslims but follow their own Religion which is made up of single creator called ‘Dezau’ with 12 male and female gods the major God is Mahandeo and some folks say this is the same god as Ares is known as Mars by the Romans. Most Kalasha are Mediterranean looking. The men wear largely traded traditional goat-skin tunics and the women wear black reaching to the ankles.

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.

Shogran , Mansehra in Mansehra

Shogran , Mansehra Mansehra

Shogran is a hill station in Kaghan valley. It is a scenic spot surrounded by snow peaks and forests. A number of hotels are there where you can enjoy the pleasant weather and snow-capped peaks. It's mainly populated during the summer. Entry might be restricted when senior officials visit or stay at rest houses. Unexpected thunderstorms and heavy rains sometimes create difficulties for visitors to move around. During the winter months, the valley is usually covered in snow. Since 2005 Shogran is accessible in winter.