Famous Places in Pakistan that Everyone Need to Know

Famous Places in Pakistan
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Pakistan is one of the most beautiful countries in the world, offering jaw-dropping and utterly dazzling beauty to tourists. The historical cities and natural wonders and historical cities, the famous places in Pakistan must be on your bucket- list.  From the palaces of ancient kingdoms to the crystal waters of lakes in vast, Pakistan truly does have it all. However, guided by the local’s and other people’s experiences, we’re here to explain some of the most Famous Places in Pakistan. If you’re a tourist or Pakistani, explore the beauty of these places and feel proud.

  • Naran Kaghan

Among the most visited and famous tourist places in Pakistan, Naran and Kaghan stand on top. These are incredible tourist locations in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province. The valleys are ideal spots for nature lovers with flowing rivers, snowy mountains, miles of meadows, and breathtaking lakes. It’s fascinating to know that Naran and Kaghan valleys are abundant in natural beauty and defined by the crystal waters of the rivers, the snow-capped mountains, and the grass of the meadows.

People from all over the world come and visit these valleys. They enjoy beautiful lakes such as Lake Saiful Malook, Aansoo Lake, Lulusar Lake, and Dutipatsar Lake. These places attract thousands of tourists worldwide because they are prime destinations to visit during the summer.

  • Skardu Valley

Skardu is a scenic valley in Pakistan. It is located in the Baltistan region’s capital and is filled with natural beauty. Skardu valley offers blue lakes, spring water, and rocky mountains and plays host to a main urban center holding significant strategic importance. After exploring Islamabad’s famous places, people prefer to visit the northern sides, including kalam, swat, and Skardu.

For the trekkers, Skardu valley is the main attraction. You’ll be surprised to know that the region reaches an elevation of 2,286 meters, lying behind the peaks. People enjoy the hospitality of the Balti people. They relish the delicious authentic food, enjoy the scenic views, and collect great memories for a lifetime.

  • Shah Jahan Mosque

The Shah Jahan Mosque is also referred to as the Jamia Masjid, located in Thatta, a town in Pakistan’s Sindh province. Remember that the place is widely known for having an elaborate display of tile work in all of South Asia. Blue and sandstone colors adorn the interior and are sure to wow all the visitors.

The mosque was commissioned by Shah Jahan in 1647 and remains in amazing shape today. Although Sindh Sindh province is a far cry from the mountains, the perfect artistry present makes it one of the most Beautiful Places in Pakistan.

  • Bahawalpur

Bahawalpur is one of the oldest cities in Pakistan, located in Punjab. The city lies between the arid landscapes of the Cholistan desert, neighboring India. It was once a princely state and was ruled by Nawabs and Nizams. It’s fantastic to know that the Bahawalpur city of Pakistan is filled with historical monuments and old architecture, such as Noor Mehal. The city is an authentic snapshot in time, taking you back to the ancient kings’ era.

Bahawalpur is one of Pakistan’s famous places because of its impressive historical attractions, including the famous Derawar fort, dating back to the 9th century. The fort has impressive 30-meter-high bastions surrounding the fort. The walls span over 1.5 kilometers representing centuries of grandeur.

While visiting Punjab, people also prefer to visit Gujrat, Pakistan’s famous place.

Fairy Meadows

No doubt, fairy meadows are beautiful as well as one of the most beautiful places in Pakistan. The meadows offer an incredible view of the Nanga Parbat mountain peak. There’s a great need to know that reaching Fairy Meadows is a bit of a challenge. However, the journey starts with a jeep ride across one of the most dangerous roads in the world with a 5-kilometer trek. It’s possible to rent a campsite to enjoy a night or two basking in one of Pakistan’s most mesmerizing views.

  • Khunjerab Pass

Khunjerab Pass- the highest point on the Karakoram Highway, connects China’s Xinjiang province with Pakistan. It’s fascinating to know that, Khunjerab pass is home to a spectacular landscape and snowcapped mountains on both sides. Tourists witness the wild grazing herds of yaks in the region. Both armies of Pakistan and China enjoy a friendly relationship and often exchange pleasantries on special occasions. It is a symbol of the everlasting alliance.

  • Khaplu

Khaplu is a small remote village located in Skardu, buts it is a very famous place among locals and tourists. It offers a picturesque terraced field growing all kinds of crops. Once, Khaplu was a famous and wealthy kingdom for the rulers of Khaplu; this beautiful village was unknown to the outer world. However, when Agha Khan took an interest in renovating Khaplu, people knew its former glory for tourists and visitors. Now it’s one of the most beautiful and famous places in Pakistan. Tourists can stay in the exquisite hotel and enjoy the village and its warm hospitality.

Asees Mehtab

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