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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 51 km from Saidu Sharif Airport and 314 km from Islamabad.
Malam Jabba is also home to Pakistan's longest ski resort. This location is also the center of Pakistan's winter sports festivals. Camping, hiking, trekking, backpacking, and family vacations are all popular in this distinctive holiday hill station. Malam Jabba is renowned for its ski resort. It is one of the world's most well-known ancient lands. The existence of the tribute at such a high level indicates that the region has been inhabited for more than 2,000 years. Around the resort are two Buddhist stupas and nearly six monasteries.
Located in Swat, Al-Sadiq Hotel & Restaurant Malam Jabba Swat offers a terrace. Among the facilities of this property are a restaurant, a 24-hour front desk and room service, along with free WiFi. More info
Mountain view resort is one of the lavish 3-star hotels in Malam Jabba, with all of the basic amenities available and fully furnished 18 rooms, the staff is highly trained, hotel is a a prime location More info
Malam Jabba is also historically and culturally significant, including two Buddhist stupas ((religious places for meditation) and six monasteries. Their presence indicates that settlements existed more than 2000 years ago. Pushto and Kohistani are two of the most common languages spoken in Malam Jabba. Malam Jabba is primarily populated by Pashtuns, and the valley's native language is Pashto (mainly the Yousafzai dialect). Other languages, mainly the Dardic Kohistani languages of Torwali and Kalami. Nowadays Urdu and English are also spoken by the locals. The dominant tribe is the Yusufzai tribe. The locals now speak Urdu and English. Yusufzai is the most powerful tribe in the area.
There is a festival held every year in the Malam Jabba. However, this festival featured sports competitions and cultural activities, including snow cycling, snow marathon race, tug-of-war, snow judo, and archery on the first day of the gala. A large number of visitors from across the country visited the food stalls, handicrafts, and tourist information desk while children enjoyed various games in the playland. Handmade ornaments and colorful home items are very popular at Malam Jabba. The trademark is the embroidered products created by women. Lady's shawls, handicrafts, wooden furniture, and honey, for example, are well-known products. They're also well-known for their precious and semi-precious gemstones.
Although Malam Jabba's cuisine is very similar to Afghan, Turkish, and, Persian cuisines. However, traditional cuisine has its own distinct flavor, smell, and texture. The cuisine is somewhat spicy but rich in herbs, and it is mainly based on chicken, beef, lamb, freshwater fish, as well as fresh fruits and vegetables that are locally grown in the region. Chapli Kebab, Trout Fish, Warjalay aka Chukanr, Kabuli Pulao, Dum Pukht, Lamb Chops, Lamb Karahi, and Mutton Ribs are among the most popular meals in Malam Jabba.