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Lahore

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Murree

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Faisalabad

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Multan

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Rawalpindi

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Sialkot

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Sialkot

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Taxila

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Khewra

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Harappa

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Rahim Yar Khan

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Jhelum

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Gujranwala

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Gujrat

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Islamabad

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Kallar Kahar

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Hassan Abdal

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Chakwal

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Sahiwal

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Chichawatni

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Chakwal

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Gujrat

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Attock City

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Rohtas

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Gujar Khan

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Mandi Bahauddin

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Jalalpur Pirwala

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Uch

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Wazirabad

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Ghora Gali

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Rawalpindi Cantonment

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Mianwali

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Kasur

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Umerkot

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Lahore

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  • Shahi Qila (Lahore Fort)

    Lahore Things to Do

    The Shish Mahal (Palace of Mirrors) was built for the empress and her court and installed with screens to conceal them from prying eyes. It was constructed by Asif Khan the then governor of Lahore for Emperor Shah Jehan in 1631-32. Embellished with mirror work, stucco tracery, gilding and pietra dura and fretwork in marble, the palace consists of a...

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  • Avari Lahore

    Lahore Hotels

    Rooms are comparable to Pearl Continental Hotel but rent is a bit cheap. I would recommend trying...

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  • Coco's Cafe

    5 out of 5 stars

    Lahore Restaurants

    YUMMMMY - MOST EXOTIC RESTAURANT I HAVE EVER BEEN TO Andaaz is located right across the road from the grand Badshahi Masjid Is owned by a USA trained chef - AMAZING AMAZING food Surprisingly refreshing - low on the ahhh so spicy chili- FLAVORFUL And the view and ambiance is to die for - guy has a collection of artifacts/ crafts aging back to the...

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Murree

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  • Ayubia

    Murree Things to Do

    There is a spot on Murree-Nathiagali Road, near Ayubia Chair Lifts, called "Baander Point". In this area great number of monkeys live in the jungle. They are so friendly that they come on the road and take food items directly from a person's hand. They do not harm by any means. While returning from Nathiagali. Our driver, who was also a guide,...

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  • Pearl Continental Hotel Bhurban

    Murree Hotels

    Pearl Continental Bhurban may claim to be a five star hotel (it certainly has more security than the...

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  • Daewoo Bus

    Murree Transportation

    After the opening of Islamabad - Murree Expressway in July 2008, travelling to Murree has become more safe & convenient. This Expressway links Islamabad to Muzaffarabad (Kashmir) via Murree. Road to Murree has been working. Murree to Muzaffarabad road is under construction. "JULY 2013 UPDATE:" Daewoo Express has started its service for Murree....

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Faisalabad

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  • Clock Tower

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Faisalabad Things to Do

    The city of Faisalabad is actually pretty new. It was built in the late 19th century by the British who named it Lyallpur after a British general. The clocktower is where the center of the city tecnically is. It was built to resemble the Union Jack from the top. Unfortunatly the clock tower is kind of decrepid as the pollution in the city...

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  • Faisalabad Serena Hotel

    Faisalabad Hotels

    located in the centre of city. Nice place to live, eat and meet. yes, pool, gym and function halls...

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  • Quilim Restaurant

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Faisalabad Restaurants

    The Entrance of the restaurant is very nice. It is decorated by the Chinese decorations and there is a little garden infront of the restaurant as well and if u want then u can sit there and u would be served outside as well. All the dishes are cooked well. Choose from the menu your favourite dish and have a nice meal.

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Multan

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  • By Air

    Multan Transportation

    Pakistan International Airline flies ATR between Multan and other Pakistan cities such as Karachi, Lahore and Multan multiple times a day. Flights usually connect between more than two cities to gain economies. For instance, I took a flight from Karachi to Multan which had to fly to Islamabad afterwards. And on the return flight, the plane was...

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  • Ramada Multan

    Multan Hotels

    This is a very nice hotel to stay coz service is good. I lov it. Its situated in the heart of Multan...

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  • Modern Shopping Malls

    Multan Shopping

    A modern mall with every thing for men and women. You can buy men clothes of reputed brands and also women cloths. You can also buy electronics and other related things. You must have full pocket to shop in United Mall

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Rawalpindi

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  • Local Transport

    Rawalpindi Transportation

    They are there, they are here they are every where, and the Fare is reasonable, No Meter have to negotiate before getting on, for short distance like 20 min drive aproximate 50 Rupee, to Airport from Centeral Rawal Pindi 100, to Islamabad Margala Hills (Shakarparyan) Viewing Area 100

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  • Pearl Continental Rawalpindi

    Rawalpindi Hotels

    This hotel is one of my favorites in the world. It is pure elegance. The rooms, pool, and...

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  • Raja Bazar

    Rawalpindi Things to Do

    It is a historical bazar and is famous for clothes.people from all over Pakistan come here to buy clothes and u can find clothes in lots of colorful designs.Now the thing u should care about it the texture of the fabric.Also do think before buying it about the climate u r living in.for me i cant wear it always cox of different climate and also i...

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Sialkot

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  • Dawoo Bus

    Sialkot Transportation

    If u are travelling through a bus you can simply use Dawoo bus to reach sialkot but this Dawoo service z available in important cities of Pakistan their are many other buses that can take u to Sialkot.the important thing is that it is safe and it does not stop much in the way and you can soon reach ur destination.now a days if u r travelling from...

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  • Murray collage sialkot

    Sialkot Things to Do

    Murray collage,Sialkot was established by Scottish missionary called Reverend Thomas Hunter.During 1857 Indian Rebellion he his wife and a baby son were killed but this collage but the small group of the Scottish missionaries who established it with the help from Scotland the continued to educate the people who were a lot different from...

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  • Iqbal Manzil

    Sialkot Things to Do

    It is the birth place of the national poet of Pakistan named Ilama Muhammad Iqbal.the gave the idea of the seperate nation for the muslins of subcontinent India.Sir Muhammad Iqbal was a key leader in the Pakistan Movement and is too a popular poet in Pakistan.

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Sialkot

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  • Dawoo Bus

    Sialkot Transportation

    If u are travelling through a bus you can simply use Dawoo bus to reach sialkot but this Dawoo service z available in important cities of Pakistan their are many other buses that can take u to Sialkot.the important thing is that it is safe and it does not stop much in the way and you can soon reach ur destination.now a days if u r travelling from...

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  • Murray collage sialkot

    Sialkot Things to Do

    Murray collage,Sialkot was established by Scottish missionary called Reverend Thomas Hunter.During 1857 Indian Rebellion he his wife and a baby son were killed but this collage but the small group of the Scottish missionaries who established it with the help from Scotland the continued to educate the people who were a lot different from...

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  • Iqbal Manzil

    Sialkot Things to Do

    It is the birth place of the national poet of Pakistan named Ilama Muhammad Iqbal.the gave the idea of the seperate nation for the muslins of subcontinent India.Sir Muhammad Iqbal was a key leader in the Pakistan Movement and is too a popular poet in Pakistan.

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Taxila

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  • water sports

    Taxila Sports & Outdoors

    There is Khanpur lake situated 20 Km North from Taxila museum. Here you can enjoy water sports i.e Boating & sailing. this is a beautifull site, surrounded by hills. You can also enjoy fresh roast fish here

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  • The Taxila museum -exploring Greek roots

    Taxila Things to Do

    As you the VT reader may know Alexander The Greats last stop in his congest was here in this Part of South Asia and there is evidence that Greek was written and spoken here for about a 1000 years from 327B.C.E. until sometime in the 6th or 7th hundred. You can study all of this at the Indo-Greek strata section at the Taxila Museum see all the...

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  • Sirkap

    Taxila Things to Do

    Sirkap is the name of an archaeological site on the bank opposite to the city of Taxila, Punjab, Pakistan.There u will find ancient Buddhist stupas.In 184, the Greeks invaded Gandara and the Punjab again. From now on, there was a Greek king living in Taxila.The Round Stupa,Apsidal Temple,Double-Headed Eagle Stupa and the Jain temple r the important...

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Khewra

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  • By Car

    Khewra Transportation

    Khewra Salt Mines is situated at the distance of 160 km from Islamabad and 260 km from Lahore, and easily accessible from Pindi-Lahore motorway. Through Lila interchange, take the Pind Dadan Khan exit and follow the sign. Khewra is approx. 30 km from this exit. Another route is from the old GT Road, where you exit for Chakwal and keep going...

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  • Fort Nandana in the Salt Range

    Khewra Off The Beaten Path

    Fort Nandana situated on the eastern side of the Salt Ranges near Khewra/Pind Dadan Khan on Jehlum road is an ancient fort, with a temple perched on top of a 500 foot cliff. The fort was ruled by Hindu Shahi family and Mahmud of Ghazni expelled them from here. It was built on a hilly range and it ruins are present.On the foothill of this fort is a...

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  • Biking in the Salt ranges

    Khewra Sports & Outdoors

    Salt ranges, with various trails and villages, offers a mountain biker opportunity to hit ancient rocky trails. There are no markings, no maps, no idea where these trails are. Went with locals living in Khewra, who knew about such trails . Started from Kusak Fort all the way down (600-700 feet) to Khewra. Locals said that this rocky trail was made...

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Harappa

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  • Eid Gah - Masjid

    Harappa Things to Do

    Eid Gah, as it was called, appeared to have been built sometimes in between 15th and 17th century. It may have been built at the same time a sufi saint Baba Nur Shah Wali who may have lived. It was constructed utilizing the bricks from Harappa’s remains.

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  • Citadel Area: Mound AB

    Harappa Things to Do

    Northern Area: This mound show remnants of a well planned city, revealing east-west streets, brick covered drains, and sewerage treatment area pits,. To the north and south of the streets were houses, connected with small lanes. This mound dates back to 2200 BC. Several of the bricks in the upper structures were taken away by contractors who built...

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  • Granary

    Harappa Things to Do

    Leading further north from the masjid is the remains of an old granary, which shows that the Harappans were a civilized and organized foreseeing need for storing grains and other commodities. We didn’t go that far as it was too hot, and our kids were exhausted from walking.

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Rahim Yar Khan

  • Heavy Rains

    Rahim Yar Khan Warnings and Dangers

    For three years Rahim Yar Khan has suffered quite unusual rain fall during the monsoon season.. this year it was 4 days of non-stop rain in August, which caused havoc and brought down lots of walls and houses to the ground.. so owing the unpredictable weather in the recent years, one of the danger which i can see is to visit the town in the...

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  • Time to Explore Rahim Yar Khan

    Rahim Yar Khan Off The Beaten Path

    The climate of the district is hot and dry in the summer and cold and dry in the winter. The summer season is comparatively longer. It starts in April and continues until October. The winter season goes from November to March. However, the month of March and November are pleasant. Dust storms are frequent during the summer season and it can be...

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  • Night Life in Rahim Yar Khan

    Rahim Yar Khan Nightlife

    Nightlife in the meaning of west is not at all alive in Rahim Yar Khan. However we have for 3 cinima houses in the city but there condition is worst. People are used to go for some walking etc. with families in the night and also there is a family park aka city park, but it is also dated. Tradition of city in terms of night activity, is to sit and...

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Jhelum

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  • Ancient Buildings of Jhelum

    Jhelum Things to Do

    In the Jhelum there are ruins of Hindu period, like Rohtas, Tilla Jogian, Katas, Nandna, Mankiala, and Tomb of Shahab-ud-din Ghauri and there are world famous salt mines and big lake of Rasul for bird watching.

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  • money changers

    Jhelum Favorites

    shandar chowk has many money exchangers who will change your uk pounds/dollars into local rupees you see lots of visitors asking each and every one what rate when they are all the same and agree the rate betwen themselves, take larger notes they will call you to the front of the queue. count it there and then there is a angry man with a shotgun as...

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  • everything is avilable

    Jhelum What to Pack

    i guess most visitors to this area are asian or ex pats visiting relatives, we arrive with bulging cases of shampoos soaps and gifts which are all available in jhelum at a price the difference is locals wont spend 200rs on shampoo (£2) but love it when we buy it and drag it half way across the world and give it them as a gift, give them cash...

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Gujranwala

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  • By Train

    Gujranwala Transportation

    To get to Gujranwala from Lahore, take a taxi. It will be under $50 US and will take about 1.5 hours. The train is faster (45 minutes) but has no AC and I hear it's very dusty because there are no closed windows. To get around Gujranwala, the most convenient and economical mode of travel is the auto-rickshaw. It's a motorcycle with a big box in the...

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  • Special Dish CHIRRAY

    Gujranwala Restaurants

    The roasted CIRRAYS(sparrows) of Gujranwala are very famous and delicious to eat. People while passing through the city had been enjoying this dish very often. But now due to by passes the restaurants are not approachable. However you got to have great muscles to drive through the city and enjoy eating. CHIRRAY

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  • Precautions for Americans

    Gujranwala Warnings and Dangers

    Pakistanis are generally very friendly and hospitable. The religious extremists, however, are anti-American. If you are a U.S. citizen, and you are of Anglo ethnicity, stay in the big cities. Don't go into the villages. Avoid all demonstrations and rallies. Before you go to Pakistan, register your trip with the U.S. Consulate in Lahore through...

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Gujrat

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  • A CITY ON GRAND TRUNK ROAD

    Gujrat Favorites

    Gujrat can be reached from Lahore( 3 Hour drive) and from Islamabad again on a three hour drive. It is almost at the center of these two cities. Except air, it is linked by road and rail. One does not misses the place if you travel on GT road and take a diversion through city. While traveling towards Gujrat you will come across number of furniture...

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  • MUST PACK!

    Gujrat What to Pack

    BAGS,CLOTHES,SHOES,MEDICINES the weather in MAY,JUNE,JULY AND AUGUST is extremely hott..so u must come with light and casual....cool clothes..but close shoes..as joggers...for walking and also the sun is a peak so it will cause sun burn to most of the foriegners. Medicines,,mostly aspirin...and for Malaria such as chloro quine..and...

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  • THE MARKET OF POTS

    Gujrat Things to Do

    Gujrat's POT MARKET is famous all over the world...No one in any other city can make such beautiful Clay Pots...all of them are handy...so its unique tradition of Gujrat that it owns Handicraft.....the PYALA(POT)of Gujrat is specially associated with the love tale of SOHNI MAHIWAL and therefore it is called SOHNI'S PYALA.....they r light,bright and...

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Islamabad

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  • Baggage Handling at Benazir Bhutto...

    Islamabad Transportation

    If you're arriving in the morning at Islamabad's international airport be prepared for a wait for your luggage. Our arrival (in March 2012) coincided with several other large flights including one from Saudi Arabia and all of its pilgrimage followers. We had to wait 2 hours for our bags and ours were labelled as 'Priority'.Never mind it was...

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  • New Cape Grace Guest House

    Islamabad Hotels

    H 8, Justice Abdul Rasheed Road, F-6/1, Islamabad, 44000, Pakistan

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Families

  • Food in Isloo

    Islamabad Restaurants

    This is the most favorite restaurant of Islamabadizens... It is hard to get a place during the peak lunch and dinner hours. They do have high tea (around 5-7 pm) with pakistani/international finger food and tea/coffee options. their best are the steaks.

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