Pakistan is characterized by a distinctive atmosphere during most of the year, and the geological diversity of Pakistan’s nature has provided the opportunity for the presence of many tourist attractions such as beaches, resorts and parks. Besides, the cultural diversity of Pakistan is one of the most important elements of the tourist attractions of this country.

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Islamabad has several components that made it a tourist city, as it occupies a large area of ​​the Pothohar Plateau, which means that it is located in a naturally rich geographical area. Being the capital of the country, Islamabad in particular has enjoyed a set of advantages such as outstanding engineering planning, municipal services and vast green spaces that occupy a remarkable amount of the city’s area.

Tourist places in Islamabad

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Faisal Mosque:

It is one of the most important buildings in Pakistan due to its unique engineering design. The mosque follows a modern design in the form of a huge Arab tent, and it is completely free of the traditional domes that are characteristic of all mosques around the world, and it is one of the largest mosques in Asia. It was built in 1987 contemporary Islamic architecture style.

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Lok Virsa Museum:

The Lok Virsa Museum is an important destination to learn about Pakistani culture and the rich heritage of Pakistan, where many tools, antiques, costumes, jewelry and ancient engravings can be found. Also, many ancient and important books can be seen in the historical and heritage libraries of the museum, which provides copies of them for sale.

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Pakistan Monument:

The Pakistan Monument represents a symbol of Pakistani unity, as it reflects the value of interconnectedness and harmony between different ethnicities, regions, and cultural backgrounds. The construction of the monument began in 2004 and was completed in 2007 and the Shukur Parian Hills were chosen as a site for it, which makes it visible from any spot in all over Islamabad. The monument was designed in the form of a flower, and granite stone was used in its execution.

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Khanpur Dam:

The Khanpur Dam area is one of the most important recreational areas in Pakistan, where all types of water activities can be enjoyed with ease, such as sailing, speedboating, fishing, in addition to swimming, diving and water skiing.

Daman-e-Koh & Margalla Hills National Park

Damen Koh Park:

The distinguished geographical location in which the city of Islamabad is located, gave it a wonderful natural diversity, and the hills surrounding the city, along with the vast green spaces in and around the city, made an environmental painting of great natural beauty and diversity. On the Margala Hills, Damen e Koh Park is located, which presents a unique view of the entire city of Islamabad, along with the picturesque nature and diversity of the unique environment in the park itself.

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Taxila Museum:

Taxila Museum is located in the archaeological area of Taxila, which is characterized by its Buddhist history. The museum displays a group of important holdings that date back to the Buddhist era, specifically the Kushan period, as Taxila district is distinguished by many coins and silver and bronze artifacts that were used mainly in Buddhist temple rituals.

Some main hotels in Islamabad:

• Serena Hotel

• Islamabad Marriott Hotel

• Islamabad Hotel