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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.

Gurdwara Janam Asthan in Nankana Sahib

Gurdwara Janam Asthan Nankana Sahib

Gurdwara Janam Asthan , also referred to as Gurdwara Nankana Sahib, is a highly revered gurdwara that is situated at the site where the founder of Sikhism, Guru Nanak, was born.The shrine is located in the city of Nankana Sahib, near the city of Lahore in the Punjab province of Pakistan.Gurdwara Janam Asthan is believed to be located at the site where Guru Nanak was born to Mehta Kalu and Mata Tripta. The gurdwara forms part of an ensemble of nine important gurdwaras in Nankana Sahib. The shrine is frequently visited by Sikh yatris as part of a pilgrimage route in Pakistan.

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.

Hingol National Park in Gwadar

Hingol National Park Gwadar

The Hingol National Park is one of the best places to visit in Gwadar. It is one of the largest national parks and is home to many wild animals, birds, and plants. The Hingol National Park was built in 1988, and the Sphinx and the Princess of Hope, two more impressive buildings, are right next to it. Both of these grand structures were made by nature and stand on top of rocky cliffs. They are now well-known tourist attractions.

Harnoi River Picnic Area in Nathiagali

Harnoi River Picnic Area Nathiagali

The Harnoi River flows from the gullies to Havelian, where it merges with the Daur River. Visitors can take a refreshing plunge in the river or enjoy a variety of water sports, such as boating because the river's water is cold and clear ( in an artificial lake). The weekend is extremely busy at the children's amusement park. You may savor local delicacies while observing the crowd from the riverbank restaurants. The Harnoi picnic area also provides enjoyable activities for children. Among the younger crowd, the merry-go-rounds and other amusement items attract the most attention. Children and even teenagers can enjoy horseback riding here, which is another exciting activity available.

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.

Frere Hall in Karachi

Frere Hall Karachi

Frere Hall is without a doubt one of the top Karachi attractions. Frere Hall is a structure in Karachi, Pakistan that goes back to the early British colonial period in Sindh. The structure was completed in 1895 and once served as the city hall. Since its partition, it has been utilized as a gallery and library. Frere Hall is accessible to the public, but on Sundays, its courts host a book fair where several retailers and peddlers offer inexpensive books. If you are an avid reader, you should visit this place. This location offers easy access to literary gems.

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.

Dharamsar Lake  in Naran

Dharamsar Lake Naran

If you are coming from Chillas, Dharamsar Lake is in the valley just to the left of Babusar Top. The Babusar Pass polo field is also situated in this valley. Immediately prior to arriving at the Babusar Top, there is a jeep route that descends into the valley. The beginning of this jeep track is located approximately an hour's drive away from the lake. A hike across a valley that is quite peaceful and lovely. Since many of the locals are similarly unfamiliar with the location of the lake, it is strongly recommended that you take a guide with you.

Katas Raj Temple in Chakwal

Katas Raj Temple Chakwal

The Shri Katas Raj Temples are also known as Qila Katas. It is commonly believed that the Katasraj temple complex was constructed during the time of the Mahabharata. There are many myths and stories that are connected to the temples. The well-known Katas Raj Temple has a monumental significance for Hindus, and as a result, it attracts a large number of Hindus as well as tourists each year. The temple is accessible by ascending flights of steps that lead to quiet, dark halls reserved for meditation and introspection. Every year, travelers flock to Kallar Kahar to witness its majesty and to enjoy boating excursions with their loved ones.

Karachi Zoo in Karachi

Karachi Zoo Karachi

It is the second oldest zoo in Pakistan, after Lahore Zoo. It is also the biggest zoo in the country. It is one of the most popular places for families to go to in Karachi. In 1878, the Zoo was opened to the public. Before, people often called it Mahatma Gandhi Garden. The name was changed to "Karachi Zoological Gardens" or "Karachi Zoo" when Pakistan got its independence in 1947. The zoo is home to many wild and exotic animals, such as lions, tigers, alligators, zebras, and more.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Shahi Hammam in Lahore

Shahi Hammam Lahore

Also known as the “Wazir Khan Hammam”, is a Persian-style bath that was built in Lahore, in 1635 C.E. during the reign of Emperor Shah Jahan. The hammam included three sections: the Jama khana (dressing area), the garm (hot baths), and the nim garm (warm baths). The baths were separated by gender and included a welcome area and a tiny prayer room. The Shahi Hammam is Lahore's oldest surviving Mughal hammam.

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.

Karambar Lake in Chitral

Karambar Lake Chitral

It is the 33rd highest lake in the world and one of the most biologically active lakes on Earth. The lake is also known as Qurumbar lake in some references and alternately is spelled as Karomber or Karamber. It is the deepest lake in the valley with a maximum and means depth of 55m and 17.08m respectively. The lake is not far than one mile from Karambar pass that connects Broghil with district Ghizer. Another beautiful lake called Ribat lake is at least 1 mile away from Karomber lake.

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.

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.

Tirich Mir in Chitral

Tirich Mir Chitral

Tirich Mir is the highest mountain in the world outside of the Himalayas-Karakoram Range. Moreover, the elevation of this mountainous range is 7,708 meters. Do you know an interesting fact about Tirch Mir? In the Wakhi language, Trich means darkness and Mir means king. Hence, the name means King of darkness. The name can also be attributed to the shadows created by Tirch Mir on Wakhan's side. The average temperature of Tirch Mir ranges from the highest 130C in July to the lowest -120C in winter.

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.

Jallo Park:   in Lahore

Jallo Park: Lahore

Sometimes called “Jallo Wildlife Park”, established in 1978, is a public recreation and wildlife site located in Lahore, Pakistan. It is one of Lahore's three principal wildlife parks, along with Lahore Zoo Safari and Changa Manga. The Park was designed as a theme park with a mix of historical, economic, and amusement facilities. The Jallo Forest and Wildlife Park offers a variety of activities, including boating, water slides, swings, and a waterfall.

Masjid-e-Shuhada in Sahiwal

Masjid-e-Shuhada Sahiwal

Masjid-e-Shuhada is one of the top-rated places listed as a Mosque in Sahiwal. The mosque was built in memory of the soldiers who were martyred in the 1971 war. The mosque was built in Turkish style which looks beautiful to the visitors. This is widely considered to be one of Sahiwal's most iconic landmarks. This mosque feature sandstone with white marble inlay, which is a departure from typical mosque design in turkey, in which decoration is done by means of intricate tile work.

Air Safari Flight in Islamabad

Air Safari Flight Islamabad

In a move meant to cater to rising tourism, Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) launched this. The inaugural flight will fly from Islamabad to Skardu including K2, Nanga Parbat and the famous Saif ul Maluk lake.

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.

Khunjerab Pass in Gilgit

Khunjerab Pass Gilgit
Gilgit Baltistan

The renowned mountain pass is also a major tourist destination. The Hunza valley is popular among travelers for a number of reasons, including the nearby Khunjerab Pass and the Khunjerab National Park. The Khunjerab Pass is where Pakistan and its neighbor China meet. The views of the surrounding mountains from the Khunjerab Pass are breathtaking. Due to harsh winter weather, the best time for travelers to visit Khunjerab Pass is during the summer.

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.

K2 in Gilgit

K2 Gilgit
Gilgit Baltistan

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

Safa Gold in Islamabad

Safa Gold Islamabad

The Safa Gold Mall is yet another fantastic alternative for going shopping. It offers a vast selection of brands from all over the world, including shoes, appliances, apparel, food, accessories, and much much more. In addition to shopping centers, the mall features the best gym and spa. There's nothing better than relaxing in the spa after a long day at the mall.

Kalash Valley,Gilgit in Gilgit

Kalash Valley,Gilgit Gilgit
Gilgit Baltistan

One of the best places to go on vacation in Pakistan is the Kalash Valley in Chitral. This valley has a well-known beginning, but its history is complicated. Kalash is a very old Greek progression. People think that the Kalash are the descendants of Alexander the Great and his army. The name for the people who are part of this progress is "The Kelasha." The people of Kalash valley are remarkable. People build their homes out of rough-shaped logs. People in Kalash celebrate many celebrations, such as the Phoo Festival, the Uchal Festival, and the Chomos Festival. People all over the world come here to enjoy Kalash festivals. During the festival, Kakashi girls put on their traditional clothes and dance to find their future husbands. There are many interesting places to visit in these places.

Ilyasi Mosque in Abbottabad

Ilyasi Mosque Abbottabad

It is the oldest and largest mosque in Abbottabad, It was built over a stream of water that still runs underneath it. The Ilyasi mosque is renowned for its stunning design, massive construction, sense of serenity, tranquility, and stunning white facade. There is also an old natural spring that people believe has healing powers. This mosque is considered to be one of the most stunning examples of Islamic architecture in all of Pakistan. It's impossible to get enough of it. You can’t get enough of it. Whenever you visit Abbottabad do visit this mosque. You will have an unforgettable experience.

Chitral Valley in Gilgit

Chitral Valley Gilgit
Gilgit Baltistan

Chitral Valley is more than 1,100 meters high and is dominated by Trichmir, the highest peak in the Hindu Kush Mountains. There are green valleys and meadows as well as steep mountains and huge glaciers in this area. The winters here are very cold, but the summers can be quite pleasant. The towns of Booni, Arandu, as well as the Madaklasht Valley, are some of the best places to see here. Barmoghlasht Resort is also only 14.5 kilometers from Chitral, and its surroundings are so beautiful that you should go there. Visits to the Golen Valley, with its verdant meadows, springs, fields full of flowers, beautiful panoramic views, and waterfalls are also highly recommended for anyone who has a passion for nature.

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.

Kharpocho Fort in Skardu

Kharpocho Fort Skardu
Gilgit Baltistan

Greg Child, an Australian mountaineer, and filmmaker said the fort is "perched above the junction of the rivers" and has a view of the Rock of Skardu. At the end of the 1600s, Ali Sher Khan Anchan, who was king at the time, built the fort. General Zorawar Singh, a member of the Dogra Rajput clan, recognized the significance of the fort's placement in the town while working for Maharaja Gulab Singh. As a result, he occupied the fort. As part of his several military expeditions, Baltistan was annexed to the princely state of Jammu and Kashmir. The fort was destroyed in 1857 under the direction of Ranbir Singh.

Ravi River Bridge in Sahiwal

Ravi River Bridge Sahiwal

The city of Sahiwal is situated on the banks of the river Ravi. That is why another tourist destination of Sahiwal is the bridge over the river Ravi which offers the best view of the river. Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif laid the foundation stone of the Qutab Shahana Bridge on the river Ravi to link Sahiwal with Faisalabad on March 13, 2013. The construction of the bridge will reduce the distance between Sahiwal and Faisalabad by 33 kilometers which will save money, time, and fuel. The total length of the Qutab Shahana bridge will be 1650 feet while it will be 24 feet wide.

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.

Shrine Baba Bulleh Shah in Kasur

Shrine Baba Bulleh Shah Kasur

The real name of the Sofi saint was Abdullah. Later on, the said name was converted to Bulla and due to publicity of his poetry, he has been known as Baba Bulley Shah. His actual date of birth and death in various books cannot be treated as authentic. However, Mr. Charles Fradilt Asboran in his book Bulley Shah has recorded his date of birth as 1680 and date of death as 1775, He was born in Uch Gillanian district Bahawalpur. He got his religious education from Hafiz Ghulam Murtaza Kasuri who also taught Syed Waris Shah, author of the Punjabi master-piece Heer. The Shrine of Bulley Shah is situated in the center of Kasur city. His annual Urs (Ceremony) is held from the 10th to the 12th of Bhadon (The last week of August).

Kund Malir Beach in Gwadar

Kund Malir Beach Gwadar

The route to Kund Malir Beach is breathtakingly picturesque, just like a scene from a movie. Due to the fact that it is somewhat isolated and in addition to being clean, it attracts visitors who are looking for a place to spend the night camping and enjoy themselves on the beach. But Kund Malir Beach is on the way to Gwadar, so don't miss the chance to have fun there.

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.