Pakistan What to Pack

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Pakistan What to Pack

  • Buy from Lahore

    Lahore What to Pack

    As there are many cheap buyings in Lahore Plz dont load yourself with heavy load of extra luggage ans bags. When you arrive at lahore just relax for a while and make a shopping trip to a nice shopping mall and buy anything you like...every thing is so cheap.... Lahore's climate is very hot in Summer & the temprature goes bit high as well so it is...

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  • Warm Clothes

    Nathia Gali What to Pack

    I would recommend backpacks as they are easy to carry especially if you do not have personal transport. Also bring a small backpack which you may carry while trekking. You must have proper hiking shoes or sneakers. Better leave your normal open shoes at home! Its better to bring important medicines with you as hospital is far away and doctor might...

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  • Summer Clothing

    Pakistan What to Pack

    Lightweight, cotton clothes suffice except in north in winter. Men wear suits for business meetings, social events. Casual shalwar suits are worn by all women and most men in public. Women should dress modestly. Jeans and Pants are very common in ordinary public.

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  • Buy things from Pakistan

    Pakistan What to Pack

    Girls, don't bring too much "stuff" with you to Pak. Women's clothing is so cheap and you will want to be sensitive to the way women dress in Pak, so buy your Shalwar Kameez when you arrive. They are so comfortable and cheap. The colours will blow your mind too. Shoes galore! So much available from markets. I would take some Imodium next time i go....

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  • LADIES! BRING AN EMPTY SUITCASE-

    Girls, don't bring too much "stuff" with you to Pak. Women's clothing is so cheap and you will want to be sensitive to the way women dress in Pak, so buy your Shalwar Kameez when you arrive. They are so comfortable and cheap. The colours will blow your mind too. Shoes galore! So much available from markets. I would take some Imodium next time i...

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  • its all available

    many who visit bring stuff as gifts from the west, its all available in Pakistan its just that locals wont spend 50rs on colgate toothpaste for example when they can get local stuff for 5rs , so when you see vistors of pakistani origin lugging suitcases with giant handluggage they are normally village people who have poor relatives and they want to...

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  • Trekking Gear in North Pakistan

    1: Rucksack (one)2: Day pack (one) Trekking shoes (One)Socks (3,4 pairs)A good matressGore-tex jacketFleeceFlipflops or sandals small Medicine box withMedicines (Dysentry, Diarhoea) etc. RechargerRechargeable batteriesExtra memory cards Dome tent good matresssleeping bag (Summers) Good down filled (In winters) Bowls (Light cooking)Water...

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  • Pakistan, a land of contrasts!

    Pakistan is a land of incredible contrast. My trip took in Islamabad, Skardu and the Glaciers of Baltistan, going from 38 degrees (celcius) dry heat of Islamabad to the 'miuns something horrific....blowing snow of the Baltoro Glacier'!Most people have an image of a hot dry country, but really consider you packing if you are doing the all-round...

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  • Packing List

    Lightweight, cotton clothes suffice except in north in winter. Men wear suits for business meetings, social events. Casual shalwar suits are worn by all women and most men in public. Women should dress modestly. Jeans and Pants are very common in ordinary public.

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  • Loose fit will help....

    Donot forgert to take a small-zipper shoulder bag to keep out the dust & i8s useful to carry your cameras & other possessions & enough money for one day.... A paking list for clothing includes: loose cotton trousers or mid lenght full skirt & shirts, loose underware that willo wicks-away moisture, sneakers, sandals, flip-flops(to wear in the...

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  • Some essentials

    Almost every thing is available in cities like Lahore, Islamabad, Karachi and Peshawar. Light and comfortable cloth (try to wear shalwar kameez - the local dress). Warm cloths are needed for mountain areas. Avoid wearing shorts in public places. Strong shoes for trekking in the mountains. Do'nt forget to bring essential medical drugs as you will...

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  • pack small

    Don't overpack like I did you'll need more bags bye the time you leave! sandles for shoes nothing covering whole feet,if wearing pants,,no capri's bring pants going down to your ankles,don't forget your sunglasses. anything you need for medicines for any minor thing can be easily found in any shell station or medical shop but don't forget...

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  • Packing List

    If you want send post card to family, go to post how saparetoffice. But I don't know which colored box is for me?!In Gilgit

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  • Packing List

    Backpacks and trolley bags. In summer (April-September): light cotton everywhere, except in the western and northern mountaneous regions for which light jackets and sweaters may be added. In winters (October-March), light jackets and sweaters would be needed even in the plains. Raincoats are necessary during the monsoons (mid-June to...

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  • Packing List

    there are many regional types in pakistan with harsh with harsh summer moderate climate so u need to know about the place where u going then u should pack the clothes n stuff other wise go in spring season as to enjoy kite flying, good climate and every good thing in pakistan. pakistani trip can be very learning trip for your childern although...

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  • Packing List

    sandals are a must, since you take off shoes every time you enter a home or a religious place, also it is very hot in Pakistan take cool clothing and if you are a woman it is advisable to take head covering, especially importan to wear during prayer times Antibiotics, are a must since our immune system is not as strong in Pakistan, the water is...

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  • Packing List

    Watch out for the customs,they like to get money off foreighners,when you land just sit in your seat as the rest of the pakistanis tend to p8ush and rush off the plane,avoid taking anything electrical as they make up rules and fines if they see them,cameras etc are ok,but you will see others trying to get microwaves through customs! unless...

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  • Packing List

    Inexperienced travelers take note:Always carry your essential documents -- passports, money, credit cards, and air tickets -- on your person. Under no circumstances should you pack them, whether in your hand luggage or your checked bag. To do so invites disaster.

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