Category: Pakistan

A Trip to Kasur for Delicious Fish

A Trip to Kasur for Delicious Fish

Kasur has been in the news for all the wrong reasons lately. Everyone in Pakistan (and abroad) has been talking about Kasur. I also thought to myself a number of times: ‘What kind of people live in Kasur?’ I imagined the city to be extremely primitive and gloomy with weird looking rapists (with long mustaches)…

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Official Excursion Trip to Chunian

Official Excursion Trip to Chunian

On 20th of January 2018, our Lahore office had a really fun official excursion trip to a farm house in Chunian, Punjab near Changa Manga. Following are some of the highlights of the trip: Volleyball, Badminton, Cricket, Horse riding, card games (Bluff, Thulla and ONO), kite flying, walk in the green fields, fruit & vegetable…

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Mini Travel Series: Ramkot Fort

Mini Travel Series: Ramkot Fort

After traveling so much, I established that this is my personal FAVOURITE one-day trip around Islamabad. It is hard for me to contain my excitement while I write about this exotic wonderland! A true paradise.?? Ramkot fort is an ancient fort situated in Azad Kashmir next to Mangla Dam.

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Mini Travel Series: Katas Raj Temples

Mini Travel Series: Katas Raj Temples

Today on Mini Travel Series are Katas Raj Temples (or Qila Katas) where I had been craving to go for years and I finally did recently. These are several Hindu temples linked to each other by walkways. The temples form a complex surrounding a pond named Katas which is regarded as sacred by Hindus.

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Mini Travel Series: PC Hotel Muzaffarabad

Mini Travel Series: PC Hotel Muzaffarabad

Today on Mini Travel Series is the magnificent PEARL CONTINENTAL HOTEL, MUZAFFARABAD. The hotel offers stunning views of snow clad mountains and the city. It has children’s play area, gardens and table tennis faciliities to keep you entertained. The breakfast hall offers gorgeous views and a good selection of bouquet (Desi: Halwa Poori, bhujya. English:…

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Mini Travel Series: Pir Chinasi

Mini Travel Series: Pir Chinasi

Pir Chinasi is a breathtakingly stunning tourist location located 30 kilometers from Muzaffarabad city on the top of hills at an elevation of 2900 meters (9500 ft). The mountain peak has a shrine after which it is named.

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Mini Travel Series: Nilan Bhotu

Mini Travel Series: Nilan Bhotu

I went to this attractive place with @discoverpak about 3 years ago. It is about an hour’s drive from Pir Sohawa. There is a place of meditation called ‘Chilla Gah’ with crystal clear water ponds full of fish but fishing is not allowed by locals there. It is a great escape for a hot summer day. You…

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Mini Travel Series: Rawat Fort

Mini Travel Series: Rawat Fort

Rawat Fort is only half an hour’s drive from Islamabad. It was built in the early 16th century to defend Potohar plateau from the forces of King Sher Shah Suri. It takes its name from Arabic word meaning ‘an inn for caravans’. The fort has two gates. There is also a quadrangular building with a…

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