EXPERIENCE AMAZING PAKISTAN!!
Switzerland of South Asia
Islamabad (Capital of Pakistan) meaning City of Peace lies in the lap of nature, surrounded by lush green Margalla hills and high headed pine trees is often quoted as The Switzerland of South Asia due to its serene elegance. It is listed amongst the most well planned cities in the world. The amalgamation of modern architecture and natures artistry exhibits a heavenly magnificence that symbolizes the aspirations, dreams and hopes of a progressive and shinning Pakistan.
Faisal Mosque- Islamabad
Jinnah Avenue Islamabad
The Lotus lake, Loke Virsa ( The National Cultural Center and Museum), 21st century architectural wonderment like Convention Centre, Serena Hotel, well sculpted gardens like Shakarparian Hills, Jasmine garden, Rawal Dam, Golra Shareef, South East Asias largest park Fatima Jinnah park and the breathtaking PeerSohawa are few highlights of Islamabad. To the west of Islamabad lies Buddhist site of Taxila where one find the traces of Greek history. Taxila is oftenly described as Worlds Oldest University  discovered by Aristotle where eminent scholars from different part of the world used to lay the foundation of earliest research in medical science. Islamabad, a city that hold in itself a history from the pages of time, a charisma of todays vision, and a future for tomorrow.
National Momument Islamabad representing 4 provinces of Pakistan
The Centaurus Tower Islamabad: A 37 Story Complex symbolises the growth of Pakistan
LAHORE: The heart of Pakistan !!
Lahore the heart of Pakistan , a versatile city having its historical, cultural and commercial value maintained in todays modernized era. The city famous for its livelihood, joviality and aroma of its food . It is commonly said whosoever hasnt seen Lahore hasnt sensed lifes true spirit to its entirety. Sun never sets in Lahore , thrill and compassion dwell in the atmosphere that better describe the spirit of lahoris (people of Lahore). Life giggles in the corners of streets and smiles in the hearts of hospitable residents of Lahore. Colors of love, life and liberty spread their unanimous shades, never fading.
An evening at Lahore Fort | Photographed by Micheal Foley
A city with a historical origin embracing the architectural marvel during the Sultanate period. The Mughal rule greatly enhanced its cultural and social aspect. Some of the monuments that depicts the splendid architecture of the Mughal period are Shahi Mosque, Shalamar Gardens, Shahi Qila (Lahore Fort)and Jahangirs Tomb. The Diwan-e-Aam, the marble Baradari, the splendid Sheesh *****, studded with glittering mirrors and Masjid Wazir Khan are treat to watch. The Badshahi Mosque, built by Emperor Aurangzeb in 1670 is one of the largest mosques in the world. It can accommodate nearly 100,000 worshippers in its spacious yard to offer their prayers.
Lahore | Jinnah Garden
Lahore | Food Street
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Lahore | Minar-e-Pakistan
Alhamra Art complex
Asias most expensive motorway M2 connects Lahore to Islamabad passing through various smaller cities is an exhibit of technical marvelous in the road design and construction . It then become M1 linking Islamabad with Peshawar and in between near khewara Salt range lies Asias Highest
Pillared Bridge designed by highly professional architects , thus becoming another landmark for this country.
Asia's Highest Pillared Bridge near Khewara Salt Range Pakistan
Karachi | The City of Lights
Karachi, the 7th largest city in the world with population exceeding 13 million spreads over 3,530 km² (2,193 sq mi) in area. It is located in the south of Sindh, on the coast of the Arabian Sea. Its ablaze with flyovers, high rises and expansive roads. The coastal climate is idyllic as the breeze never stops; the sun never heats up. Karachi is rich in aesthetics due to the Victorian architecture and tendency to amalgamate diversified cultures characterized by the blending of Middle Eastern, South Asian and Western influences, as well as the status of the city as a major international business center. Soon after the creation of Pakistan this city has been inhabited and developed majorly by Muslims migrating from India to their homeland but like any other major metropolitan center it has a unique diversity with a wide variety of communities belonging to different religious and linguistic groups drawn from N.W.F.P, Kashmir, Punjab, Baluchistan, and of course from different parts of Sindh. In this way Karachi has developed into a National Metropolis. No wonder, it is often described as miniature Pakistan, which it really is, just as Bombay is mini-India, London is mini-England, and Paris is mini-France.
Karachi |Narang Churagni FlyOver
Karachi | kothari Parade | Pictured by Ahmed Jalbani
Karachi Port Trust
The citys multicultural lifestyle, its monument of historic value, the beaches and structures of various architectural styles has all the flavors for attracting tourist.The unprecedented vitality in the indo-gothic and the Neo-gothic styles of Frere Hall, Empress Market and St. cathedral is highly appreciated. Italian Renaissance was very popular and was the language for St. Josephs Convent (1870) and the Sindh Club
The Hindu gymkhana and Mohatta Palace are the example of Mughal revival buildings. Mohatta palace is built using pink Jodhpur stone in combination with the local yellow stone from Gizri. There is the secret underground tunnel that leads from the grounds of the palace all the way to a subterranean Hindu temple less than a kilometer away. Its also wide heard that the palace is haunted and the museum guides and curators have acknowledge supernatural happenings.
Karachi | Empress Market
Karachi | Frere Hall
Karachi | Mohatta Palace
Tomb of Founder of Pakistan
Manghopir has the oldest sufi shrines in Karachi famous for its crocodiles and hot sulphur springs that are believed to have curative powers. Similarly the Shrine of Lal Shahbaz Qalandar built in 1356 with mirror work and sindhi kashi tiles and two Gold plated doors give a paramount prestige and spiritual contour to Clifton beach.
The Port Fountain is the Worlds third tallest fountain located on the Oyster Rocks off the Karachi Harbour. It rises to a height of 620 feet. Because the fountain rises so high into the air, it is easily seen from many locations of the city. Alliance Francaise, Area 51, The Arenas ice-skating rink, Goethe Institute, Sadequain Gallery, T2f, Universe Cineplex are places to forget the tedium of the humdrum of life and getting indulge in various activities like theatre, drama, music, film, contemporary & classical dances, cultural festivals, sports and education, which are highly appreciated by the local community.
Karachi Port Fountain | 3rd Tallest Fountain in the World
Glittering lights of Karachi Harbour
Karachi is the city that never sleeps, The core attraction of this city lies in the beaches which are being renovated and its magnetism is galvanized by the mega projects that are being planned and are under construction. One such mega-project that adds exuberance to the city is Asias largest rotary food street at Karachi Port named as Port Grand Food Resort and Entertainment Complex which will be inaugurated in August 2009.
A Sunset at SeaView Beach karachi
Asia's Largest Rotatory Food Street at Karachi Port| "Port Grand Food Street"
Pakistan: The land of Emperors
Pakistan, a piece of land that had been dreamed by the mightiest Emperors in the history of mankind. Whether it was the Aryans in 1,700 B.C followed by the armies of Cyrus the great which later overcome by Alexander the great who stopped its voyage of conquer due to the harsh desert regions of Baluchistan, Afghanistan and Iran. Later came Ashoka, the Parthians and lastly the Great Mughal Emperors , all of them left behind monumental signs of their glory in this region. The architecture and design of their Forts symbolizes their strength, knowledge and their pride. Pakistan is endowed with charismatic and mind impelling forts of these great emperors. Ranikot Fort is the Worlds largest Fort  with a circumference of 18 miles located 30 km south of Jamshuru District, Sindh Pakistan. Derawar, Rohtas, Attock, Giri, Rawat and most famous of all Royal For
t Lahore are few of the notable jewels of Pakistani heritage