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Pakistan Things to Do

  • 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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  • Mazar-e-Quaid

    Karachi Things to Do

    Quaid-e-Azam`s Mausoleum is a prominent and impressive landmark of Karachi. Designed by Architect Yahya Merchant, this white marble Mausoleum with its curved arches and copper grills was completed in 1970. Its cool interior reflects the green of a four-tiered crystal chandelier gifted by the peoples Republic of China. There is a large park...

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  • Shah Faisal Masjid

    Islamabad Things to Do

    I really inspired with Faisal Mosque located in Islamabad, Pakistan. Many professional photographers love to capture the beautiful masque in their camera. I just have seen some inspiration by different Photographers at http://photographyinspired.com/shah-faisal-mosque-islamabad-inspirational-photography.php

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  • Khyber Pass

    Peshawar Things to Do

    The most famous pass of the world, the Khyber Pass, is 16 km from Peshawar. It has been, throughout history, the most important gateway to the plains of the South Asian sub-continent both for migration and invasion. Starting from the foot-hills of the Suleiman Range at the Jamrud; 11 miles from Peshawar, it extends beyond the border of Pakistan at...

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  • Lake Saif-ul-Maluk

    Naran Things to Do

    A trip to Kaghan Valley is incomplete without a visit to legendary Lake Saiful Maluk. The lake is named after prince Saif-ul-Maluk who fell in love here with a fairy from the mountains. It is 9 km away from Naran. Situated at a height of 10,500 feet from sea level. Take a Jeep from Naran. It takes almost an hour from Naran to Saif-ul-Maluk. Do...

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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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  • Dunga Gali Pine Line Track

    Nathia Gali Things to Do

    This track is also called as Mukshpuri track as Dungagali is situated at the base of Mukshpuri Peak. When going from Murree to Nathia Gali, this track comes 3 km before Nathia Gali. It is one of the world's beautiful tracs. It leads you from Dungagali to Ayubia. The whole area is called Ayubia National Park.

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  • Kailash Valley

    Chitral Things to Do

    From Chitral different trekking itineraries could be followed which’re at some hours distance from the main town but here I’d let you know about a famous and one of the most exciting itineraries in Chitral which starts from one of the Kalash valleys and comes to an end in the last valley, furthermore, it’s abundant in lush green pine forests, white...

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  • Clock Tower

    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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  • Khunjerab Pass

    Hunza Things to Do

    The ultimate climax of the trip on the KKH is the Khunjerab Pass, which is at an altitude of 4,733 meters (15,620 feet). It is one of the highest paved road connecting Pakistan Northern area to China western provinces. From Sust, the immigration post on Pakistan's side, you climb gradually till you reach close to the pass, where series of hair-pin...

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  • Central Church

    Abbottabad Things to Do

    This is a photo of St Luke's Church, Abbottabad, Pakistan, a true historical treasure of the town dating to 1864 when the building was formally consecrated, in British colonial times. It was originally an Anglican church but is now under the Church of Pakistan. The church has many nice historical treasures to see, and the vicar here is also in...

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  • Hunza Valley

    Pakistan Things to Do

    Hispar Pass - The crossing point between Baltistan and Hunza valley is the Hispar pass which is at the elevation of 5151 meters from the top looking back gives a feeling of vast snowy space without a hint of vegetation. Coiling out from snow lake smooth glaciers writhe between nameless and unclimbed peaks the highest peak due east is the Baintha...

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  • Badshahi Masjid (Mosque)

    Lahore Things to Do

    Great Badshahi Mosque (Royal Mosque) was built in 1673 by the great Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb Alamgir who ruled india from 1658 to 1707 AD. This mosque is built with Red Stone. Construction is very unique Eastern type. It remained the largest Mosques in the world for more than 300 years (Since its construction in 1673 till 1986) when Shah Faisal...

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  • Sea View

    Karachi Things to Do

    NOTE: The fountain is operational only on Saturday and Sunday, starting at Sunset for 3-4 hours only. A beautiful sunset on a beach; with Oyster Islands in the back ground; sets the 2nd highest jet fountain. Yes, this is Clifton Beach, Karachi! I have read in the newspaper and heard arguments against the government wastage on this, but there...

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  • Daman-e-Koh

    Islamabad Things to Do

    Its a spot in the hills around Islamabad. The whole city can be viewed from here. Even Rawal Dam Lake can be viewed from here. It is a good, health air picnic spot. Government has developed the garden here. Now this location is well mentained. From the parking lot small golf course cars take you to the gallery where you can take a view of the...

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  • Bala-Hisar Fort

    Peshawar Things to Do

    Bala Hisar is a heavily-guarded fort that is located now centrally (in Old Peshawar it would have been in the north-western corner). It was built in the 16th century and has seen a long history through Mughal Emperors, the Sikhs and the British and has been destroyed and rebuilt again at least once. It is used today by Frontier Corps, or "fauji" as...

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  • Shogran

    Naran Things to Do

    Shogran is one of the most beautiful Plateaus in the valley. It is situated at a distance of 34 km from Balakot. On the way from Balakot to Naran, there is a place called KEWAI. Take a side road on the right after passing through Kewai. From there it will take you around 30 minutes to reach Shogran. Shogran is 7 km from Kewai. SHOGRAN is a very...

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  • Mall Road

    Murree Things to Do

    when ever i go tu muree i prefer to stay in hotel near mall road.it z a fun place to go and its easy to find tourists there. you can simply find all kind of stuff here from food to traditional dresses and local hand made thingz.it is a beautiful place to live also a peaceful place.the whole market i worth seeing and i always like to do shopping...

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  • Miran Jani.

    Nathia Gali Things to Do

    Guide Muhammad Amjad resident of Lassa Village near Governer House Nathia Gali. Registered with STC (Khyber PakhtunKhaw Tourist Information Center) and Local Police Department. Card No. 98 Phone No. 0343-8911128 Remarks: Responsible, cooperative and friendly guide.. Treks he knows Meeran Jani Dagri Thandiani Mukshpuri from Nathia and from...

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  • Chitral Fort

    Chitral Things to Do

    Near the Shahi Mosque of Chitral on the right bank of the river, stranding the majestic Chitral fort, which has been witnessing the ups and downs of the history for centuries. A fort with a rich past, especially in 1895, when a coup d’etat cost the life of the Mehtar (ruling chief) Nizam Ul Mulk, and his half brother Amir ul Mulk seized the...

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  • Agriculture University of Faisalabad

    Faisalabad Things to Do

    Formerly kown as Punjab Agricultural College, Layallpur, the University of Agriculture, Faislabad is one of the largest agricultural universities in Asia. its old campus looks beautiful while new campus is much modern architecture.

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  • Baltit Fort

    Hunza Things to Do

    The state of Hunza was ruled for over 1000 years by the same family with their seat of power at the Baltit Fort. It is located on a large rocky outcrop at the base of the might Ultar Peaks (claimed by locals that no one has reached its summit). This fort was renovated and reopened in 1997, and gives a magnificent view of the Hunza valley. Doors...

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  • Highest Mountain Ranges

    Pakistan Things to Do

    Salut Mes Amis, Best time to be on the trekking trails, in Hindukush, Himalaya and Karakoram, begins after the 15th of May till end of September. You better come with proper gear when you intend to do some itinerary in the mountains. A bien tot, Warm welcome to Pakistan ,

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  • Shalamar Garden (Mughal Garden)

    Lahore Things to Do

    The Shalamar Garden, also written Shalimar Garden, was built by the great Mughal emperor Shah Jahan. Construction began in 1641 A.D. and was completed in a year. Shalamar Garden is a great example of Mughal architecture. Covered area of garden is approx. 80 acres surrounded by a high wall of brick work. There are three successive terraces in the...

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  • Kemari

    Karachi Things to Do

    Visitors to Karachi should not miss a visit to Manora. Manora is an island in the harbour of Karachi. It has a military base but boasts among the attractions the oldest chapel in Karachi and a very ancient Hindu temple which is being restored. The main attraction is the lighthouse that few can visit which was built over a 100 years ago. The...

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  • Margalla Hills

    Islamabad Things to Do

    Residents of twin cities visit Margalla hills frequently in summer in order to get rid of hot weather. One can go there to relax, walk, hike, drive or for camping, picnic or cycling. Views of twin cities, murree and rawal lake are refreshing from the hills. Spots like Daman-e-Koh and Peer Sohawa have been developed to provide better facilities to...

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  • Qissa Khawani Bazaar

    Peshawar Things to Do

    Qissa Khawani Bazaar is a place which travelers must visit,because of it,s historical background,Qissa Khawani means the Bazaar of Story Tellers,in the older times there use to be professional story tellers,caravan arriving from different central Asian states staying in the inns,enjoying cup of green tea while listening to the stories of the story...

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  • Lalazar

    Naran Things to Do

    Lalazar is extremely picturesque landscape at an elevation of 3200m (10400 feet). It is scenic spot with thick forest of pine & fir. It is also a full day trip like Saiful Maluk. One day you can go to explore Saiful Maluk. Next day you can plan a trip to Lalazar. It is 21 km away from Naran. A jeep will take around 1:30 hour to Lalazar via...

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  • Pathriyata (New Murree)

    Murree Things to Do

    New Murree is about 15 kilometer away from main Murree hills on the Lower Topa side. It is a well developed hill station with great high rised trees, beautiful hills. A world class chair lift & cable car system takes you from New Murree to Patriata. Total ride is about 7 km long. New Murree is on ground level between the hills. Here you have to...

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  • Green Spot

    Nathia Gali Things to Do

    A little up from Nathia Gali bazar, at the top of the hill is situated "Green Spot". Actually this is a Pakistan Air Force reserved area, but it is open for tourists and families. You can enter Green Spot by paying Rs. 5/- as entrance fee. View of Nathiagali and neighbouring area is magnificent from here.

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  • Garam Chashma

    Chitral Things to Do

    At the distance of almost 2 hours, is located the ancient valley of Injigan, nowadays Garam Chashma, and could be approached by a jeep, car etc. but better to be inside an open jeep to enjoy the scenic beauty enroute to the area while visiting the challenging and breath taking rocky spires of Shoghore (A village), and if one has the guts then some...

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  • Rakaposhi Views

    Hunza Things to Do

    Rakhaposhi is a magnificent peak, towering over 7,788 m and is easily visible from KKH and karimabad and its surrounding areas. The first major glimpse that you can enjoy is from an area called ZERO point (right on KKH) where you get a magnificent view of the peak, with glacier fed streams running down. It is also one of the easiest mountains to...

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  • Swat Valley, Mini Switzerland of...

    Pakistan Things to Do

    Surrounding Valley of famous Mahodand Lake is Known as Mahodand Valley.About 23km from Matiltan (3,000 meters) lies this beautiful valley with enchanting & refreshing views. These valleys are excellent for hiking..You can also enjoy the natural beauty"Mahodand Lake". With its blue waters the lake is as beautiful as Saiful Maluk in Kaghan Valley.

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  • Minare Pakistan

    Lahore Things to Do

    This monument was build in the memory of Pakistan Resolution, passed by All India Muslim League in its annual meeting on 23rd March 1940. In this resolution they dmanded a seperate home land from England Goverment (who was ruling India that time). This is a beautiful architectural tower. It is the trade mark of Lahore. Its foundation stone was...

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  • Aladdin Park

    Karachi Things to Do

    If you are only males please don't try to go inside the play land area but you can check the shopping center of Allah din Park area.Only families are allowed to go inside the play land area. Good fun and latest entertainments for kids and families are available at play land. Very popular and number one place to visit for local families of karachi....

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  • Lok Virsa Museum & Heritage Library

    Islamabad Things to Do

    I think this museum located in the Lok Virsa Complex is a must visit by all tourists(including locals who have not yet seen this) coming to Islamabad. You will find a beautiful presentation of Pakistani culture of various ages. Old to new and the story of Pakistan and the subcontinent. All at one place. At times we get a feeling that this museum...

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  • Jamrud Fort

    Peshawar Things to Do

    Near Peshawar you are in the government lands of the Khalid tribe. About 20km east of Peshawar is Jamrud Fort, built by the Sikhs in 1823 to mark the western edge of their empire(one of the few to expand westward to the Khyber). Its trademark stone arch over the road marks the formal entrance to the pass. Once you cross under the arch you enter...

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  • River Kunhar

    Naran Things to Do

    River Kunhar flows in the center of Kaghan Valley. Kaghan, Naran & several other beautiful towns & villages are situated on the banks of River Kunhar. While staying in Naran you can enjoy sitting by the Kunhar River. It is looks very Romantic. Velley looks very beautiful around the river. River rafting is a new adventure sport currently under...

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  • Kashmir Point

    Murree Things to Do

    Kashmir Point is a spot on Mall Road, going up from GPO about 1 km. It is at the top of a hill. Hill surface is clean. Scenary looks beautiful from here. Kashmir peaks can be viewed from here thats why this point is called Kashmir Point. 2 roads/paths go up the GPO towards Kashmir Point. View of Murree from both ways is different. So it is...

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  • Governer's House

    Nathia Gali Things to Do

    Nathia Gali is summer capital of NWFP province. Its governer house was built by British rulers before independence of Pakistan. This beautiful building with its lush green lawns and impressive architecture is well maintained and still used as official residence and office of NWFP governer. Visitors are not allowed inside governer house but after...

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  • Chitral Polo Ground

    Chitral Things to Do

    Chitral is the birth place of the game of polo. This is not a richmans game here. It is played by peasents, priests, shopkeepers clerks and all. The people have a passion for the game and are keeping horses at the expense of clothing their children. There are six players aside and the game is played in two halfs of 25 min each. In any tournament...

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  • Hopar Glacier.

    Hunza Things to Do

    From Hunza you can also arrange a trip to snow lake(Bifao,Hispar Glaciers) Hispar Pass - The crossing point between Baltistan and Hunza valley is the Hispar pass which is at the elevation of 5151 meters from the top looking back gives a feeling of vast snowy space without a hint of vegetation. Coiling out from snow lake smooth glaciers writhe...

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  • Chitral and Kailash Valley

    Pakistan Things to Do

    Kalash is doable in a single day, go to the cemetery, visit the houses and come back. Terichmir view's location is excellent and it is a very nice place. Trip to Gilgit from Chitral, needs 2 days, first day to Mastuj, some 100 Km, 4 hrs trip from Chitral and then the NATCO bus leaves for Gilgit from Mastuj. Safar Bekhair..

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  • Lahore Museum

    Lahore Things to Do

    The Lahore Museum, situated on the Mall, was established in 1895, and was for a while curated by Rudyard Kipling's father. The museum contains a fine selection of paintings and weapons, and is particularly well known for its collection of artefacts from the Gandharan civilisation. Probably the most famous exhibit is the spectacular 'Fasting...

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  • Frere Hall

    Karachi Things to Do

    In the days of the British Rule, Frere hall served as a Town Hall and was the hub of Karachi’s socio cultural activities. This handsome Venetian Gothic building was built to commemorate the Commissioner-ship of Sir Bartley Frere and his elevation to the Viceroy's Council in 1859. Construction of the building was commenced in August 1863 and was...

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