Explore the exquisite and peaceful city of Pakistan – Visit Islamabad
Pakistan boasts prominent mountainous ranges which stretch from north to south along with beautiful lush green valleys, transparent springs, snow-capped peaks and vivid landscapes. The beauty can spellbind anyone. A trip to a few places in Pakistan can make you realize the beauty it holds. Let me introduce you to a tourist spot in Pakistan that is not just worth visiting because of its beauty but because of the fact that it offers everything that can make your trip unforgettable for the rest of your life. Visit Islamabad to have the time of your life.
Islamabad is the capital city of Pakistan and holds the title of the most beautiful and peaceful city of the country. It is one of the greenest and the best planned cities in the world where you can spend a tranquil and peaceful holiday. The metropolis is located at the foot of Margala Hills and provides numerous tremendous places to explore while holidaying in the city. Let’s make a list of things to do in Islamabad during your trip to Pakistan.
Shah Faisal Mosque!
Shah Faisal Mosque is beautiful and the must-see place in Islamabad. The mosque is located at the end of Shahrah-e-Islamabad against the backdrop of Margalla Hills and is named after great Saudi Emperor King Faisal Bin Saud, who graciously financed the project. It is one of the biggest mosques in the world and can hold 15,000 people inside and around 85,000 in its courtyard. The majestic building is also home to Islamic Research Centre, library, museum, lecture hall, cafeteria and the offices.
Daman-e-Koh is a picnic spot in the hills around Islamabad. It is one of the most beautiful tourist attractions there. Tourists can go up from Daman-e-Koh to Peer Sohawa to catch a bird’s eye view of Islamabad City. You can also enjoy a hearty meal at the best dining spot in Islamabad. You can also view the whole city from here and even see the Rawal Dam Lake. The location is beautifully landscaped and well-maintained. The prominent skyline, the woods, and the carpeted grass together make beautiful scenery that attracts people from all around the globe.
Shakar Parrian is another hill station in Islamabad situated near Zero Point, above the Lok Virsa Museum and Rose & Jasmine Garden. It is one the exquisite and the most visited tourist spot in Islamabad from where you can view the Twin Cities of Islamabad and Rawalpindi. At East viewpoint, you can view Jinnah Stadium, Rawal Lake, Neighbouring Margalla Hills and Murree. National Monument of Pakistan is built on the West viewpoint of Shakar Parrian Hills. The monument was designed to depict the culture and civilization of the country.
Other than these and few other tourist attractions, the city is also a great place for shopping and local & international cuisines. You will simply love this place.
William King is a Manager of Pakistan Properties. Being an entrepreneur and a passionate blogger, he likes to share his expertise and knowledge by writing for various related blogs.