Shah Jahan Mosque

The Shah Jahan Mosque is located in Thatta in province Sindh of Pakistan. Its name was kept as Shah Jahan Mosque because it was built by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan. In the town of Thatta (100 km / 60 miles from Karachi) itself, there is famous Shahjahani Mosque with its beautiful architecture. This Mosque was constructed by the eponymous Emperor as a gift to the people of Sindh. It is built predominantly of heavy brick and is laid out in the usual quadrilateral arrangement with a large (52 x 30 meter) courtyard at its center. … Read More >Shah Jahan Mosque

Port Fountain

Port Fountain is a fountain in Arabian Sea at Karachi beach in Pakistan. It is the world’s 3rd largest fountain in the world. It is located in Karachi, Pakistan on the Arabian Sea. It is one of the neighborhoods of Clifton, Saddar Town. It was the world’s most popular silver-sand beach and health resort during 20th century but in 2003 it was affected by an oil spill. The beach has attractions for families and tourists, including beachside horse and camel rides, amusement parks, restaurants, and swimming in the Arabian Sea. … Read More >Port Fountain


The Mazar-e-Quaid is one of the most visited and popular tourist attractions in Karachi, Pakistan. It is the tomb of the founding father of the nation, Muhammad Ali Jinnah. The reputation of the structure attracts a considerable number of tourists. Built in pure white marble, this mausoleum features curved arches in the Moorish style. The framework made of copper is based on a flat platform with an area of about 54 square meters. Within the mausoleum is the cool inner chamber which contains a four-layered chandelier made of crystal. … Read More >Mazar-e-Quaid

Khyber Pass

Khyber Pass is a narrow, steep-sided pass, located between Afghanistan and Pakistan . It has always been important due to its strategic location. It has been an important link between Pakistan and Afghanistan. Throughout history it has been an important trade route between Central Asia and South Asia. It is one of the most important mountain passes in the history. Crossing the Khyber is quite adventurous. … Read More >Khyber Pass


Daman-e-Koh on the Margalla hills gives a splendid view of Islamabad below. Its name is a conjunction of Urdu & Persian words: Daman, which means center and Koh, which means hill. Daman-e-Koh therefore meaning center of the hill. It is a viewing point and hill top garden north of Islamabad and located in the middle of the Margalla Hills. Road winds up from north end of 7th Avenue. The road passes through various woody areas and hiking trails, and a place where several monkeys are visible on the road (because visitors feed them). There are couple of snack bars and now the area has been renovated with golf cart taking you around. … Read More >Daman-e-Koh

Faisal Mosque

Faisal Mosque is the largest mosque in Pakistan. It was named after the late King Faisal bin Abdul-Aziz of Saudi Arabia, who supported and financed the project. It is located in the national capital city of Islamabad. It is situated at the north end of Faisal Avenue, putting it at the northernmost end of the city and at the foot of Margalla Hills, the westernmost foothills of the Himalayas. It is located on an elevated area of land against a picturesque backdrop of the Margalla Hills. This enviable location represents the mosque’s great importance and allows it to be seen from miles around day and night. … Read More >Faisal Mosque

Pir Sohawa

Pir Sohawa is a beautiful site near Islamabad and located in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan. The Margalla Mountain Range or most commonly known as Margalla Hills, the beautiful hill range on the lesser Himalyas is the welcoming place that nests Pir Sohawa, a high tourist spot in Pakistan. Located within a close range from Islamabad. It is about 17 km from Islamabad on top of Margalla Hills.It has a 3000 plus ft elevation and located in Monal village which is geographically part of Haripur District. … Read More >Pir Sohawa