10 Best Places You Should Visit In Pakistan

History, adventure, fantasies! Right at the heart of your motherland. Don’t miss them. Be the first to explore it! Here are the 10 Best Places you should visit in Pakistan.

All you need is…
1: Get the guidelines.
2: Make a plan.
3: Start your engine.
4: Hit the pedal and run away!


Pakistan is a wonderland. No doubt it has beauty which we all have not explored yet. I am taking you on the same journey and believe me this time you will be flatter away. Wait and watch till the end. It’s a ride full of surprises. Don’t miss it!

Buckle up folks.

1. Noor Mahal

Noor Mahal (Noor Palace) is a palace located in Bahawalpur, Pakistan.
Built in 1875 AD, the palace is nearly one hundred and fifty years old, and, is the most recent monument in Punjab to be notified under the Antiquities Act.
Tell me you are going to visit this place. Imagine a vampire story here with fangs and blood. Lol, it does look alike horror palace.

2. Katas Raj

Here comes another one. Katas Raj is famous for its ancient temples as you can see in picture. It is a bony structure. Why does it remind me of human skeleton?
Located about 16 kilometers (10 miles) from Kallar Kahar in District Chakwal of Punjab, Pakistan. Katas Raj is a temple consisting 7 ancient
temples called Satgraha.
Don’t you want a good selfie here? I do and I am on my way to visit this place. What about you buddy?

3. Gawadar Queen

I am in awe. Are you? I mean how can you not possibly drip when you see a beautiful cloud behind this sculpture? I am in love with the weather of the picture. Lol, can we get to the point. The exciting part is this you don’t have to visit Egypt to explore this thing. Its full time available in Gwadar. So, grab your keys, start a road map and reach this place.
P.S. Don’t forget to send me your selfie.

4. Hanna Lake

Believe me I am not thinking to dive in this cold-hearted water. If you do, best of luck buddy. May you rest in peace.
This is the way the Hannah Lake looks in winters, frozen and frosted.
Hannah Lake is in the slopes close to where the Urak Valley begins 10km east of Quetta city.

 

5. Saidpur Village

Saidpur Village. I know for many people living in Islamabad have lots of experience here, like me. But believe me once you visit this place, you find yourself in ancient history of the land. Another world, another story. If you have not visited this place in Islamabad. You haven’t explored the Islamabad beauty yet.


6. Skardu

If I say Skardu may not get international tourist attention, I do be wrong. It’s a widely visited place by tourist from all over the world, and oh my God, the Shangri-La Resort in Skardu, is eye capturing, that’s the folks, what you are seeing in the picture. Isn’t beautiful?
So tell me what’s your plan? Are you ready to visit this place in summer? Or you still want something more adventurous.
Guess what I have more in pocket for you folks.

7. Satpara Lake 

Satpara LakeDon’t tell me if you visit Skardu you will miss this place. Not in this world folks! Satpara lake is famous for its tour. Don’t miss that at least. If I was you, I would have crawled my nails to get on the board. What are you thinking? Gets your bags up to visit this one. You will feel closer to nature. Kind of best remedy for meditation. Its full of greenery and light.


8. Siri Paye

Siri Paye, no I am talking about the brain of a goat. It’s a place in Shugara, Pakistan. But I bet you do enjoy eating Siri Paye in Paye. Don’t forget to invite me. See I’m way adventurous. So why not you?

9. Rama Meadow

I remember a song from this name; Ramaiya-vasamaiya, anyway, what do you think of this place folks?
Just a little ahead of Rama Village, 11 kilometers from Astore, is a beautiful and serene plain called Rama Meadow.
I have already planned to dip my feet in the water. I hope you too folks! Time is running out. 

10. Concordia

I am freezing. Can anyone get me the cold check?
Warning! don’t forget to bring quality proof overcoats with you, as this place lies in Karakorum range, Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan.

P.S. Concordia does remind me of devil place. Do you guys feel the same?


Hope you have a good journey. Don’t miss it! At least visit one of them.

Leave your comments and let me know what you folks really think about these places.

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Author: Aleena Asif

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