Pakistan is the best destination of assorted traditions, people, and scenery that attracts many tourists. The state capital of Islamabad, along with the momentous metropolis of Karachi, Peshawar, and Lahore, has plenty of attractions to lure the visitors. Being an Islamic country, the mosques of Pakistan, are its chief tourist attraction. The mosques feature artistic designs, finely melded in the Islamic style of architecture. Shah Faisal Mosque, Badshahi Mosque, Shah Jahan Mosque, Wazir Khan Mosque, Moti Masjid, and Shahi Eidgah Mosque are the some of the mosques most frequented by tourists.
Arts Museums play a vital role in enhancing tourism in Pakistan as most of the visitors are fond of paintings and historical monuments. The Taxila Museum, Lahore Fort, Mausoleum of Sheikh Rukn-I-Alam, Mohenjodaro City, Baltit Fort, Ganish Village, Jehangir’s Tomb and Quaid-i-Azam Mausoleum list under historical spots to visit. Pakistan has numerous mountain peaks that lure climbers.
Night-owls are always welcome to participate in the night-time activities like Clifton & Sea view, the basement Disco, a walk in the Main bazaar, bouts of drinking at bars in the hotels, and attend music concerts. Other entertaining activities for both local and outstation sightseers are Capri Cinema, Arts Council, Bottoms Up Pub, Trophy Bar, and Fun cinemas. The Selmo Restaurant, Sun Set Palace, Free Tibet, Palace Garden Restaurant, Laxmi Hotel, and Saffron offer tasty food for your tummy.
Be aware that Pakistan is well known for terrorist attacks and hence it is highly recommended to avoid large gatherings. Also, check for the safety in hotels and stay away from any suspected locations within the country. In case of any imminent danger, it is strongly advised to leave Pakistan immediately. Visa and passport must have the valid details, failing which you may get into a big trouble. Enjoy your trip to Pakistan with valid documents and have a safe journey.