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Koh-e-Batil in Gwadar

Koh-e-Batil Gwadar

Koh-e-Batil is a well-known hill located on the southern side of Gwadar, and it offers a breathtaking, unobstructed view of both the city and the Arabian Sea. Getting to the summit of the hill requires you to climb a twisting stone stairway that is ten kilometers long. However, the view that you see at the top is well worth the effort. It is without a doubt a flight that you will want to take.

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.

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.

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.

Japanese Children Park in Islamabad

Japanese Children Park Islamabad

If you are taking your young children with you on your trip to Islamabad, then you should definitely take them to the Japanese Children Park. This park was designed specifically with the intention of providing amusement for children, as the name of the establishment suggests. Your children get the opportunity to socialize with other children while having fun on the playgrounds. In addition, there are numerous picnic places and recreational areas scattered about, in which you can kick back and enjoy some refreshments while watching the younger children play.

Ganish Village in Hunza

Ganish Village Hunza
Gilgit Baltistan

The Ganish village is considered to be the first permanent community in the Hunza Valley and its history dates back one thousand years. People migrated to the town from a variety of locations, and as the population developed, they spread outward, settling in a variety of neighboring regions around Hunza Valley. You may go tour the Shikari watchtower as well as a number of historic mosques, including one that is 400 years old. If you have an interest in history, it is highly recommended that you pay a visit to the Ganish Village.

Passu Glacier Hunza in Hunza

Passu Glacier Hunza Hunza
Gilgit Baltistan

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

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.

Mushkpuri top in Nathiagali

Mushkpuri top Nathiagali

Mukeshpuri is a 2,800-metre-high mountain in the Nathia Gali Hills, in the Abbottabad District of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province in northern Pakistan. It is 90 kilometres north of Islamabad, just above Dunga Gali in the Nathia Gali area of Ayubia National Park. It is the second highest peak in the Galyat Region after Miranjani which is located at 2,992 metres. Much of the mountain is covered with Western Himalayan subalpine conifer forests.

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.

Hingol Dam in Lasbela

Hingol Dam Lasbela

The floodwaters of the Hingol River are going to be contained once the proposed Hingol Dam is built. The proposed proposal is to construct a dam on the Hingol River close to the Shri Hinglaj Mata temple, which is a significant Hindu pilgrimage site in Pakistan. The dam would have flooded the roads leading to the temple, endangering the community and its associated celebrations. After protests from Hindus, the Balochistan Assembly decided to drop the plan for the dam. By stopping the flow of the Hingol River, the flood water can be used to grow crops, make electricity, and provide water for drinking and other uses.

Badshahi Mosque in Lahore

Badshahi Mosque Lahore

It is regarded as one of the city's most iconic landmarks. Badshahi mosque is known as the “Royal Mosque”. The mosque, on the other hand, is a significant example of Mughal architecture, with carved red sandstone and marble inlay on the exterior. It is the third-biggest mosque in Pakistan and the largest mosque of the Mughal era. The mosque was utilized as a garrison by the British Empire after the Mughal Empire fell apart, and it is today one of Pakistan's most famous landmarks.

Pipeline Track Of Mushkpuri in Murree

Pipeline Track Of Mushkpuri Murree

This might be one of the most convenient places to reach such height. The trip begins at Dewan House DungaGali or Pines Hotel NathiaGali and ascends through lovely green trees. Beautiful Flowers move and swing to welcome hikers and create a beautiful atmosphere, especially when it's raining and the beauty is hiding and seeking all around you. The amazing and gorgeous mountains of Azad Kashmir can be seen from the Mukshpuri peak. Because the road is steep and curved, it is preferable to go by horse. Aside from that, the views along the route are breathtaking. Day after day, this region has become a popular tourist destination.

Tomb Shah Rukne Alam in Multan

Tomb Shah Rukne Alam Multan

Shah Rukne Alam was the son of Pir Sadar-Al-Din Arif. He was born in Multan on 26 November 1251 and died 3 January 1335. He was the grandson and successor of Sheikh Baha-ud-din Zakariya. He was buried in the mausoleum of his grandfather, according to his own willbut later, his coffin was transferred to the present mausoleum. Shah Rukn-e-Alam conferred his spiritual succession on Sufi sheikh Sultan Ul Tareeqin Sheikh Hameed ud Din Shah Hakim Al-Qureshi Asadi Al-Hashmi Suhrawardi. He is buried at Mau Mubarak in Rahim Yar Khan. He was Shah Rukn e Alam's Ataleeq-e-Awwal, Khalifa-e-Awwal and was married to the daughter of Sheikh Baha-ud-Din Zakariya.

Yadgar-e-Sahiwal in Sahiwal

Yadgar-e-Sahiwal Sahiwal

This monument is located near the railway road. According to the monument, MA Ashraf has written in his book on the history of Sahiwal. That is why the place is known as Yadgar Sahiwal. It is a round-shaped landmark. However, its color is white which shows a sense of purity, cleanliness, and peacefulness. Hence a number of people visit this site on a daily basis. Most of the people come here with their families and enjoy a picnic in its beautiful scenery.

Chauburji in Lahore

Chauburji Lahore

It's a Mughal-era monument in Lahore. The "Four Towers" is a popular nickname. During the reign of Emperor Shah Jahan, the monument was constructed in 1646 C.E. It served as a doorway to a huge garden in the past. Chauburji is designed in a syncretic style that combines Mughal, Central Asian Timurid, and Middle Eastern Perso-Arabic architecture. The architecture of Chauburji may have been influenced by the Charminar in Hyderabad, India.

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.

Jamrud Fort in Peshawar

Jamrud Fort Peshawar

In October 1836, Jamrud was lost by the Afghan Durrani Empire and conquered by the Sikh Empire. Sardar Hari Singh Nalwa (1791-1837), the well-known Sikh general, proposed to build a big fort at Jamrud. The proposal was opposed; nevertheless the foundation of the fort that has survived was laid by General Hari Singh Nalwa on 6 Poh 1893 Sambat (18 December 1836) and the construction was completed in 54 days."Jamrud...noted for its fort built with 10 feet (3 m) thick walls c.1836 by the Sikh Hari Singh Nalwa, one of Ranjit Singh's generals, was originally named Fatehgarh to commemorate the Sikh victory over the disunited tribes.

Gilgit-Baltistan in Gilgit

Gilgit-Baltistan Gilgit
Gilgit Baltistan

Gilgit-Baltistan formerly known as the Northern Areas, is a region administered by Pakistan as an administrative territory, and constitutes the northern portion of the larger Kashmir region, which has been the subject of a dispute between India and Pakistan since 1947, and between India and China since 1950s. It is the northernmost area administered by Pakistan. It borders Azad Kashmir to the south, the province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa to the west, the Wakhan Corridor of Afghanistan to the north, the Xinjiang region of China, to the east and northeast, and the Indian-administered union territories Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh to the southeast.

Shahi Qila in Chitral

Shahi Qila Chitral

It is believed to be constructed in the 14th century by Raja Nadir. This place still serves as a residence for the royal family of Chitral. Pictures and artifacts of Mehtar of Chitral are very well-preserved here. Unfortunately, it is a private property you’ll need to get permission for visiting the fort. But if you have a good reference and get permission from higher authorities you can definitely visit this stunning landmark.

Satpara Lake in Skardu

Satpara Lake Skardu
Gilgit Baltistan

The alternative name for Satpara Lake is Sadda Lake. Satpara Lake is a natural lake located close to Skardu, Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan that provides water to Skardu Valley. The Satpara Stream brings water to it. Since 2003, Satpara Dam has been built just below the lake, which will increase the size of Satpara Lake once completed. It plays an important role in the town of Skardu as a source of water supply. It is spread over an area of 1.55 miles (2.5 kilometers). In the middle of the lake sits a beautiful island reminiscent of a fairy tale. A country boat can be used to access the island. Locals believe there is a gold mine at the bottom of this lake, according to a well-known urban legend.

University Of Agriculture in Faisalabad

University Of Agriculture Faisalabad

UAF is South Asia's first and oldest agricultural institute. The main university campus is located in the heart of Faisalabad, Pakistan's third-largest city. As a large campus, it includes a number of green open spaces and combines classical and modern architecture, as well as accommodation for a large number of its pupils.

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.

Kot Bala in Lasbela

Kot Bala Lasbela

Kot Bala Lasbela is the location of an archaeological site known as Kot Bala. It dates back to approximately 4000 BC and is located close to the Makran shore of the Arabian Sea. Balakot was inhabited for a number of centuries before the rise of the civilization of the Indus Valley. It can be found in the interior of Sonmiani Bay, along the shore of Lasbela (the Plain of Las Bela). This location is significant due to its proximity to the Arabian Sea, as it is believed to have served as the principal harbor from which Indus traders sailed to the coastlines of the Arabian Peninsula. As a result of its location, this site is of great importance.

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.

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.

Rose And Jasmine Garden in Islamabad

Rose And Jasmine Garden Islamabad

Flowers are made to add color to our lives, and roses and jasmines are two of the most beautiful ones. Rose and Jasmine Garden is a great place to get away from the city's main attractions. This location is absolutely enormous, and it features a diverse collection of roses with hundreds of various varieties. There are several kinds of jasmine, but not as many as the roses. There is a possibility that you will be able to view a flower exhibit if you plan your trip during the summer months.

Bhurban in Murree

Bhurban Murree

Bhurban is a tiny town and a hill station in Pakistan's Punjab province. It is located approximately 11 kilometers from Murree city. Bhurban is a tourist attraction with unusual flora and wildlife, including a diverse range of species not found anywhere else in Pakistan. The adjacent Ayubia National Park is notable for its trekking paths. Mount Pleasant Apartments - The '5 stars' Pearl Continental Hotel is one of several resorts in Bhurban that cater to visitors to the Murree Hills and National Park. A nine-hole golf course is located in Bhurban. Bhurban Hill Apartments, located 2 kilometers from PC Bhurban, is another resort in Bhurban. It has its own mineral water supply. Dream valley view, a new smart apartment development, will be one of the best places for travelers to stay and spend their holiday in a mountainous setting close to numerous tourist attractions.

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.

Mazar-e-Quaid in Karachi

Mazar-e-Quaid Karachi

The founder of Pakistan, Quaid e Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah, is also buried in Karachi. Mazar-e-Quaid, commonly known as the Jinnah Mausoleum, is one of Karachi's most frequented locations. The mausoleum's construction and design began in 1960 and were finished in 1971. Being an emblematic symbol of Karachi, the mausoleum is one of Pakistan's most popular tourist destinations. In addition to Jinnah's sister, Mader-e Millat ("Mother of the Nation") Fatima Jinnah, the monument contains the tombs of Sardar Abdur Rab Nishtar, Nurul Amin, and Liaquat Ali Khan. The mausoleum is accessible to the public. Visit the Mazar to pay honor to Pakistan's heroes.

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.

Masjid Mahabat Khan in Peshawar

Masjid Mahabat Khan Peshawar

The Mahabat Khan Mosque, sometimes spelt Mohabbat Khan Mosque, is a 17th-century Mughal-era mosque in Peshawar, Pakistan. The mosque was built in 1630, and named after the Mughal governor of Peshawar, Nawab Mahabat Khan bin Ali Mardan Khan, known alternatively as Mahabat Khan and Ali Mardan Khan. The mosque's white marble façade is considered to be one of Peshawar's most iconic sights.

PIA Planetarium in Lahore

PIA Planetarium Lahore

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

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.

Lahore Museum in Lahore

Lahore Museum Lahore

The archaeological museum was built in 1894 and contains examples of the crafts and arts of the province of Punjab, including coins, Mughal paintings, sculpture, Kangra (Pahari), and fabrics). A variety of Greco-Buddhist sculptures, Pahari, and Mughal paintings are on show in the museum. The museum also boasts a huge collection of paintings from the British period, as well as exquisite examples of Mughal and Sikh, carved woodwork. Musical instruments, antique jewelry, textiles, ceramics, and weaponry, as well as Tibetan and Nepalese craftsmanship, are among the items on display.

Iqbal Manzil (Iqbal House) in Sialkot

Iqbal Manzil (Iqbal House) Sialkot

Iqbal Manzil is the birthplace of Dr. Muhammad Allama Iqbal who is the greatest Muslim poet and philosopher. Iqbal Manzil now has been turned into a museum where some of his personal belongings were kept and it also has a library with over 4000 books. Iqbal Manzil was purchased in 1861 by Mohammad Rafique, the great-grandfather of Allama Iqbal. The house was originally very small, but each successor kept adding to it and the building grew in size. After the death of his father Noor Muhammad, Iqbal's his elder brother, Ata Mohammad, was named the owner of the Iqbal Manzil. Ata Mohammed's sons after his death, left the house and took up residences in Karachi and Lahore.

Fun Dunya in Faisalabad

Fun Dunya Faisalabad

Everyone needs some downtime, so this is a great opportunity for Faisalabad residents to relax and spend time with their families. Fun Dunya Park Faisalabad is part of a chain of amusement parks in Pakistan's major cities. With kiddie rides, thrill rides, a massive indoor complex, 4XD rides, and a massive Soft Play area. The Funland ticket costs no more than 100 Rs.

Sir Syed Memorial Museum in Islamabad

Sir Syed Memorial Museum Islamabad

Before departing Islamabad, you must visit the Sir Syed Memorial Museum. Take a leisurely stroll to examine the murals and painted canvases depicting the Pakistan Movement. There is also a big hall in the memorial museum that plays host to a variety of concerts and activities, ranging from academic to religious to musical to artistic in nature.

Mini Golf Club in Lahore

Mini Golf Club Lahore

The Mini Golf or Mini Joyland is Lahori's favorite time pass. Lahori's favorite pastime is Mini Golf or Mini Joyland. For more than a decade, this attraction has been a favorite of Lahoris and their visitors. The most noticeable aspect of this location is that it is no longer merely a mini-golf or mini-Joyland! But there are many more attractions. The original snooker club, restaurants, rowboats, gaming zone, and F-1 Tracks are all available. The sheer diversity of entertainment alternatives has turned this place into a popular hangout for both the young and the elderly.