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Property Ka Badshah Kon KARACHI Ya LAHORE

Property Ka Badshah Kon KARACHI Ya LAHORE

Clash Of Rivals: Bahria Town Karachi vs Bahria Town Lahore Bahria Town Karachi and Bahria Town Lahore Karachities and Lahoris have always been on odds, both trying to bag in points for their city by comparing both metropolis. Be it food, clothing, dialect or infrastructure nothing goes un-compared, quite a common trait of brown people. Nowadays, Bahria town is the buzz around the country, with its 3 massive housing societies across the country, it is yet another thing for Karachiites and Lahoris to compare. Bahria Town stepped into Lahore and Karachi markets soon after achieving success in their inaugural project in Islamabad and became a symbol of quality living in the country. Following the footsteps of real estate development Bahria Town launched in Lahore in the 2000s and in the late 2000s it was launched in Karachi too. With nearly full occupancy Bahria Town Lahore hosts eye-catching infrastructure and attractions such as The Grand Jamia Mosque which is the 7th largest in the world with a capacity of 70,000 worshippers, the replicas of Eiffel Tower, Pharaohs and the beautiful green art adds to its beauty. Bahria Town Lahore Effile Tower and Bahria Town Karachi Effile Tower On the other hand Bahria Town Karachi one of the latest real estate developments in the city, comparatively it is still in its teething stages has already sky rocketed the standards of luxury and safety. Nearly same the size of its sister society in Lahore, the Bahria Town Karachi hosts the world’s third largest mosque named Jamia Masjid Riaz with a capacity of 800,000 worshippers, Pakistan’s first international day night safari named Danzoo, dancing fountain, a replica of Eiffel Tower and a theme park. Inspired by the Sheikh Zayed road of Dubai the Bahria Town Karachi offers Jinnah Avenue a 6 lane road for each side. Bahria Town Jamia Masjid Karachi and Bahria Town Jamia Masjid Lahore The Bahria Town Karachi also hosts Pakistan’s largest international standard Rafi cricket stadium, whereas, its Lahore counterpart lacks world class stadiums of such scale and being a little far from city center the Bahria Town Karachi also offers free bus rides to its residents to and fro city center. Bahria Town Housing Scheme Lahore Bahria Town Housing Scheme Karachi Bahria Town Karachi, since its launch has turned into an extremely popular housing scheme all over Pakistan, with investments pouring in not only from other parts of Pakistan but also from the overseas Pakistanis, such an interest and investment has made it one of the most luxurious residential projects in the country leaving other leading brands way behind. Minar e Pakistan, Lahore Mazar e Quaid, Karachi Although the most of Bahria Town Karachi is still under construction and not fully inhabited it has turned the rocky mountains of Malir district in gold. Hence, keeping in view the above points, despite both Bahria Towns being top-notch residential societies, it is with no question that the Bahria Town Karachi with its all facilities is the uncrowned king. Danzoo Bahria Town Bahria Town is Pakistan’s largest real-estate property project. Owned by property tycoon Malik Riaz it offers world class facilities to its residents in Karachi, Lahore and Islamabad.

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The Most Dangerous Roads in Pakistan

The Most Dangerous Roads in Pakistan

If you've traveled through the north of Pakistan, you're probably aware of the hair-raising serpentines that cover the valleys and mountains there. From the Karakoram Highway to the Fairy Meadows, the Shimshal, Gilgit, Kaghan, Shandur, and Shounter valleys, we have not explored a place to bring you this collection of the most dangerous roads in Pakistan. KARAKORAM HIGHWAY: We start with the Karakoram Highway or KKH, the highest paved road in the world. Built over a period of 27 years, from 1959 to 1986, on the way of the original Silk Road, the KKH demanded nearly 900 lives during its construction. Most of them were Pakistani workers, while about 80 of them were Chinese. With a length of 1,300 kilometers, it is considered one of the scariest roads in the world. Here you can expect highs, serpentines and steep cliffs. Considering the route, the KKH is also prone to bad weather leading to avalanches, landslides and heavy snowfall that can block the route for days. The part of the KKH that leads to the Khunjerab Pass is particularly challenging. There is only enough space for a single jeep with a steep slope at one end and a rugged cliff at the other. Driving should not be attempted by novice drivers, and the vehicle should be adequately equipped for emergencies before crossing the route. FAIRY MEADOWS TRACK: The 16.2-kilometer route begins at the Raikot Bridge on the Karakoram Highway and leads to the village of Tato at 3,300 meters above sea level. The road is unpaved, bumpy and risky. A jeep crawls carefully so as not to fall into the abyss. The route is certainly not for the faint of heart and is often listed as one of the scariest roads in the world. But it is not the ride that scares you, but the last two kilometers of the track, where the road gets so narrow that no vehicle can drive through. You have to dismount here and then hike up. The journey takes about 2 hours, but it can be the most terrible two hours of your life when a wrong step plunges the gravel down the cliff. You can do this part of the journey on horseback when trekking uphill is too much of a challenge. SHIMSHAL VALLEY ROAD: Shimshal is the highest settlement in the Hunza Valley with a height of 3,100 meters. The settlement was only accessible in October 2003 on the street. At that time, a road that was under construction for 18 years was completed and then inaugurated. Before the route was built, the residents of Shimshal had to undertake a three-day trip over three passes under extreme weather conditions, to reach the nearest village, Pasu (at an altitude of approximately 2,485 meters), is one of the most dangerous roads in Pakistan, and only experienced ones Jeep drivers make the journey. Normally, a vehicle leaves Shimshal every morning, takes all passengers to Pasu and returns in the evening, but without having to cross guardrails on the road and some scary wooden bridges and canyons to get to another settlement, few want to cross regularly , The distance is 56 kilometers, but the vehicle's speed limit is approximately 10 kilometers per hour. You should only experience this thrill if you are prepared to spend five hours on this dangerous path that even the locals fear. JALKHAD-SHARDA ROAD: The 48.7-kilometer road connects Jalkhad in the Naran Valley with Sharda in the Kashmir Valley and reaches Mount Noori Top. The route, built in 1998 by the Pakistani army during the Kargil War and one of Pakistan's most insidious routes, is now a tourist destination for adventure seekers. The view on the way is fabulous, with the Naran Valley on one side and the Kargil Mountains and Kashmir on the other side. However, you can only enjoy the view if you ignore the steep slopes that run along the road at each turn. Weather-related restrictions often lead to an almost one-year blocking of the route. Therefore, July to September is the best time to enjoy this exciting and death-defying ride to the summit. GILGIT-SKARDU STREET: The route known as Strategic Highway 1 or S-1 starts on the Karakoram Highway in Gilgit and ends after 167 kilometers in Skardu. The slope carries passengers from a height of 1,500 meters to 2,200 meters above sea level along the Indus River. The road was built in 1982 by the engineers of the Pakistan Army in cooperation with engineers from China and was originally not asphalted. While the road sections are now paved, the journey is still 8 hours, and inclement weather may block the road for weeks. The rocky, rugged and barren mountains in the region make it difficult even for those suffering from car-sickness or claustrophobia, since the route is generally open only in the summer months, when the barren environment combined with an unbearable heat wave in combination with the gradual Slope can lead the track. For those who dare, the view is breathtaking as the road passes several suspension bridges, quaint villages and valleys. BABUSAR PASS: Chilas in the Kaghan Valley is connected to the Karakoram Highway via Babusar Pass. This road was known for its slippery gravel that could shake steel nerves. Although the road is now paved, it is still known for its winding turns and is usually open from July to September. Afterwards the winter weather leads to a blocking of the route. Although the climb takes you up to 4,200 meters (13,700 feet), it is the drop that will challenge even the most experienced riders, especially given the unexpected weather conditions the region is known for and the steep crashes at each turn. Properties for Sale, Karachi Properties, Lahore Houses

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Karakoram Highway The 8th Wonder of the World

Karakoram Highway The 8th Wonder of the World

Driving on the Karakoram Highway (KKH), known as Shahrah e Karakoram, is considered one of the best road trip experiences in Pakistan. And if you think we are exaggerating, we invite you to visit the highway and prove the opposite! Rightly described as the eighth wonder of the world, the Karakoram Highway is undoubtedly a marvel of technology. The highway was completed in 1979 and released to the public in 1985. DISCOVER THE KARAKORAM HIGHWAY: If you are one of the adventure seekers and are planning a trip through the KKH, here are some important things to keep in mind that you should know about this wondrous stretch in Pakistan to China. HISTORY: The Silk Road, which connected China with the Indian subcontinent, was one of the most important trade routes several centuries ago. The road was then converted into a mega-highway, originally known as Pak China Friendship Highway. Experts refer to the Karakoram Highway as an architectural masterpiece. For more than 20 years, the brightest minds in Pakistan and China have needed to complete the highway, which stretches over canyons, valleys, hills and rivers for hundreds of miles. Around 15,000 Pakistan Army men and thousands of Chinese workers have joined forces to build the KKH, which was built in one of the world's most dangerous areas. WHERE IT BEGINS AND ENDS: The Karakoram Highway, which has many curves and turns, stretches over miles of valleys and barren land with an incomparable view of the surrounding mountains. The Pakistani section of the highway officially begins in Hasan Abdal in Punjab, 50 km northwest of Rawalpindi. On the other hand, the city of Kashgar is the starting point of the Karakoram Highway in China. The Khunjerab Pass on the Karakoram Highway is the border point between Pakistan and China. However, if you plan to enter China from Pakistan or vice versa, you should know that the Khunjarab Pass is closed from November to March due to heavy snowfall. The KKH has also been included in the China-Pakistan economic corridor, which has already or will have various sections of the highway repaired to provide an improved travel experience. HOW LONG IS THE KARAKORAM MOTORWAY? Shahrah e Karakoram is an impressive 1,300-kilometer road that leads through many beautiful areas in northern Pakistan. It is a two-way road that can be used all year round except for the part of the Khunjerab Pass, which is closed for a few months every year due to heavy snowfalls. The Pakistani section of the Karakoram Pass is 806 kilometers long and starts in Hasan Abdal, a city in the Attock district of Punjab, and ends at the Pak-Chinese border THE HIGHEST POINT OF KKH: One of the reasons why the KKH is called the Eighth Wonder of the World is that the height of the Karakoram Highway near the Khunjerab Pass is 4,800 meters above sea level, making it one of the highest roads in the world. However, travelers will be happy to know that the ascent is very slow so they may not experience travel sickness. However, it is still recommended to drink plenty of fluids. ATTRACTIONS AND FOOD POINTS ALONG THE MOTORWAY KARAKORAM: The Karakoram Highway is one of the main tourist attractions in Pakistan, with spectacular views of the world's highest mountain ranges, the Himalayas and Karakoram. You will find many breathtaking natural attractions as you drive further up the highway. The KKH's 300-kilometer stretch between Islamabad and China holds some hidden treasures that every tourist in Pakistan needs to explore. In addition, you will be astonished by the natural beauty of Mansehra, Abbotabad, Thakot, Pattan Besham, Sazin, Chils and Gilgit Baltistan. Do not miss the fascinating view of the Hunza River in some places as you drive along the Karakoram Highway. Because you are at high altitude, you may feel hungry more often. In fact, the Karakoram Highway is used daily by hundreds of truckers, tourists in Pakistan and traders who prefer to dine at the local restaurants along the highway. Jagah Online, Pakistan’s Property Marketplace

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Why is a trip to Ziarat a must

Why is a trip to Ziarat a must

Balochistan is not only the largest province of Pakistan, but also one of the most beautiful landscapes with which our country is blessed. If one speaks of the natural beauty of the region, it is only natural to mention the Ziarat valley in Balochistan. The valley is also the administrative capital of the Ziarat district. The weather in Ziarat is pleasant all year round, which means that it is always the best time to travel with friends and family to Ziarat. DISCOVER ZIARAT: The heavenly valley of Ziarat is one of the most famous tourist attractions in Pakistan. It is not only one of the best places in Balochistan for sightseeing, but also has great historical significance due to the presence of the Ziarat residence - the final residence of Quaid-e-Azam. The valley is snow covered between November and March, and it is a wonderful sight, especially for visitors from cities where it does not snow. History, mountains and views of the valley; everything about the Ziarat valley in Balochistan is fascinating, which makes it one of Pakistan's most popular tourist destinations. Many Pakistanis, as well as foreign tourists, are unaware of the location, making it a hidden gem that they can discover in Balochistan. So, if you're planning to travel to Ziarat, use our guide to make things easier. History of Ziarat and how it got its name: The word "Ziarat", which comes from Persian and Arabic, means shrine. The place is home to many sacred sites and shrines of Sufi saints. Fans from all over the country visit these shrines to perform religious rituals. This is how this beautiful valley in Baluchistan got its name. You will know that you will soon reach Ziarat as your vehicle begins to meander across zigzag-shaped roads surrounded by the legendary juniper trees. The juniper trees of Ziarat are among the oldest living trees on earth, some of which are over 5,000 to 7,000 years old. The Ziarat residence, popularly known as the Quaid-e-Azam residence, is also an important part of the history of this place, which has been preserved as a national legacy for tourists. QUAID-E-AZAM RESIDENCE: In his last days, Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah became seriously ill and was advised by his doctors to stay in a peaceful place, far from the affairs of the state. His chosen whereabouts were Ziarat Residency, which was built during the British Raj in 1892. Quaid-e-Azam Residency is a beautiful wooden structure that enchants every visitor with its splendor thanks to its extraordinary architectural design. The residence is recognized as one of the national landmarks and heritage sites in Pakistan. LOCATION OF THE VALLEY: For those of you planning a road trip to Ziarat, here are some details about the location of this wonderful mountain station in Balochistan. The place is located at an altitude of 8000 feet. On the route of Ziarat Road, which is the only way to get from Quetta to this valley, it will take you about 2 hours and 30 minutes to reach the end point as the route is about 124 km long. HOSPITALITY AND LOCAL FOOD CULTURE: Ziarat is part of Balochistan, and its inhabitants are known for their hospitality and generosity. In addition, the most exciting part of your trip to Ziarat will be the tasting of the local food. Balochistan has unique food traditions. Their culinary specialties are widely known for their exceptional taste and especially for the techniques with which they are prepared. If you have a friend or acquaintance from the region, you can visit one of the local households and eat with them in traditional style to make your trip to Ziarat even more memorable. Your hospitality will surely bring you back again and again.

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Top Rated and Amazing Museums in Karachi

Top Rated and Amazing Museums in Karachi

Be it food, culture, sightseeing or history; Karachi - an urban metropolis in the truest sense of the word - offers the best of everything. Among the number of amusement and entertainment streets, the city also houses several museums that describe the phenomenal development of Karachi in two centuries. These museums in Karachi are as close as possible to a time machine. Buckle up as these museums will take you on a journey through time, unraveling the past you've never seen before. PAKISTAN MARITIME MUSEUM: The Pakistan Maritime Museum with six galleries and an auditorium is located on an artificial lake and lush green lawns in the Karsaz area. The museum is managed and operated by the Pakistani Naval Forces. The Pakistan Maritime Museum is one of the most famous museums in Karachi, displaying fascinating marine relics that attract visitors of all ages. Breguet Atlantic Aircraft, Daphne Class Submarine, PNS Mujahid (M164) and the Minesweeper are probably the most attractive exhibits in the Pakistan Maritime Museum. This large open-air museum stretches over 28 hectares and is one of the most exciting places in Karachi. NATIONAL MUSEUM OF PAKISTAN: The National Museum of Pakistan was founded in 1950 as a replacement for the defunct Victoria Museum, dedicated to Islamic heritage, historical artifacts and valuable works of art. It is one of the most popular museums in Karachi and shows the cultural history of Pakistan. There is much to see and discover in the National Museum of Pakistan. The museum has 11 galleries, including an exclusive Korang gallery, containing around 300 antique copies of the Holy Scriptures. Other museum attractions are ancient artifacts, sculptures, political manuscripts and miniature paintings from the Indus Valley and Gandhara civilization. MOHATTA PALACE MUSEUM: Built in 1927 as a luxurious residence for Shiv Rattan Mohatta - a successful Marwari entrepreneur of its time - the Mohatta Palace is one of the most fascinating places in Karachi. An Anglo-Mogul architectural note can be clearly seen in the design of this architectural masterpiece. The Mohatta Palace Museum has a total of 44 galleries displaying historical artifacts from various parts of Pakistan. The museum regularly organizes art exhibitions. The existence of magnificent stone statues contributes to the splendor of this place. QUAID-E-AZAM HOUSE RESIDENCY: Amidst the constant bustle of Karachi stands a peaceful, more than a hundred-year-old yellow limestone structure, the Quaid-e-Azam House. This beautiful building, also known as the Flagstaff House, located opposite the Avari Tower Hotel, was used as one of its residences by Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah - the founder of Pakistan. Visitors to this historic museum experience a mega portion of surprise and a new sense of respect as they browse through an extensive collection of Muhammad Ali Jinnah's personal belongings. The Quaid-e-Azam House Museum is probably one of the most beautiful museums in Karachi with its beautiful stone carvings, circular balconies, and vaulted openings. STATE BANK OF PAKISTAN MUSEUM: The site, once the Imperial Bank of India, now serves as a museum displaying valuable ancient pieces of the subcontinent. Inaugurated in 2006, the SBP Museum serves to exchange knowledge and information about the development of monetary systems from antiquity to modern times. Visitors can browse the incredible monetary history of the world and discover interesting information about old currencies. Coins from the era of Alexander the Great and the Gandhara period are on display here. In addition to coin galleries, the museum also offers currency and stamp galleries, where visitors can discover astonishing secrets about the paper currencies and stamps that have been used as funds throughout history. Pakistan Air Force Museum (PAF Museum): Pakistan Air Force Museum, commonly known as PAF Museum, is placed neighboring to the PAF Base Faisal on the main Shahrah-e-Faisal. The museum was inaugurated on the 14 August, 1997 by Air Chief Marshal Abbas Khattak (the Chief of the Air Staff of the period) then opened to the public in October, 1997. The museum has displayed several aircraft,F-86 Sabre, F-104 Starfighter, Mirage, FT-6, F-6, T-33, U-Mig15, MFI-17 (Mushshak), Aero Commander, Antonov An-12, Beech D-95A (Travel Air), T-6G (Harvard), Huskie (Helicopter), etc. Every single Pakistani who live or visit Karachi should visit The PAF Museum; it reminds us lot of efforts of our air forces.

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Best Street Foods in Karachi

Best Street Foods in Karachi

Karachi, the city of lights, should also be called the city of pleasures! The city not only houses more than 2 million people but also offers a broad mix of people, cultures, languages, traditions, and tastes. However, if you want to taste the local cuisine of the city in all its glory, try the different street food in Karachi. With words, you cannot live up to the eclectic menu in Karachi, and you do not even have to worry about the budget or dressing to go out. BUN KEBABS: Bun kebabs were the kings of fast food before burger stormed steal the glory. However, they have not been completely replaced. Many working days could be saved for us by making a short stopover at the nearby Bun Kebab booth. At almost every corner of the street, you will find a stall. FRENCH FRIES: Let's face it, Rs. 150, fries cannot compare to the Rs. 30 pieces are available in the various street stalls in Karachi. While incredibly greasy and certainly greasy, they have the power to lift the darkest spirits with a single bite. SHAWARMA: Although the Desi food in Karachi has borrowed this delicacy from the Middle East, we gave Shawarma's a personal touch. The best we had been near Agha's supermarket. You can find them now in almost every Chaat House in Karachi. FRIED FISH: Karachi is connected to the sea and therefore fish is an important part of street food in Karachi. The fried fish, however, has a very own touch! Fish marinated in various spices are fried in oil and often eaten with special chutney (sauce). Places like Yadgar Fish, Biryani of the Seas and Ghaffar Kebab House are home to the most delicious fried fish in Karachi. NALLI BIRYANI: Nalli Biryani has been traveling to Karachi for about a year. Karachiites from all corners of the city have tried Nalli Biryani. The reason or ingredient that makes it even more special is the fusion of bone marrow and biryani. For some, Nalli Biryani is the biggest since sliced ??bread, while others call it overrated. The best Nalli Biryani is served in the Ghousia. It's like a "dhaba" and is located in block 6, Liaquatabad.

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Karachi underrated tourist destination the Chaukhandi Tombs

Karachi underrated tourist destination the Chaukhandi Tombs

Anyone who visits the Chaukhandi Tombs can never forget this experience. The memories stay with you for the rest of your life, but of course not scary. The intricate design and magnificent architecture of the cemetery leave an indelible mark on all visitors. This necropolis, on the provisional list of UNESCO World Heritage, houses many tombs of the ancestors of a local tribe. The carvings on these structures are one of the most unique features of Chaukhandi. These are typical of the Sindh region. Let's take a detailed look at the history and architecture of one of Pakistan's most famous cemeteries. CHAUKHANDI TOMBS - A TOURIST TARGET: The uniquely beautiful locations in Pakistan, as well as the vibrant culture and rich history of the region, are some of the many reasons the country has always been one of the best destinations in the world. Pakistan is known for its vast mountainous landscape in the north, but there are many historic sites in Sindh that are equally popular among tourists. The 600-year-old Chaukhandi Cemetery is one of those places that welcomes thousands of visitors from around the world each year. SPECIAL FEATURES OF CHAUKHANDI AT A GLANCE: Houses tombs of warriors of the Baloch families 1,160 different designs on over 600 graves Built between the 15th and 18th centuries Built in the form of a pyramid DISCOVERY OF CHAUKHANDI TOMBS: The earliest reference to the Chaukhandi Cemetery was given in a letter from the Scottish historian J. Macleod, which in 1851 was addressed to the British steward Sir Henry Bartle Edward Frere. These historic tombs, however, were brought to the limelight by H. D. Baskerville, the deputy collector of Thatta in Karachi in 1917. In 1922, the site was included in the monument protection law. Dr. Jean Philippe Vogel was a Dutch epigraphist who worked for the Archaeological Survey of India from 1901 to 1914. He pointed out that the tombs belonged to the Muslims and were Muslim due to the Arabic script written on the tombs. The alignment of the graves was in the direction of Mecca - a practice that is only associated with Muslims. After independence, serious studies were conducted by scholars and historians. The tombs of these tombs were exhibited internationally, which aroused the scholars' interest in learning more about the works of the Chaukhandi Tombs. HISTORY OF CHAUKHANDI TOMBS: The Chaukhandi Necropolis is one of the most visited historical places in Karachi and is very popular with historians. It is attributed to the Jokhio tribe. The cemetery was built between the 15th and 18th centuries during the Mughal period when Islam prevailed. Apart from the Jokhio tribe, many Baloch tribes were buried here with Rajput roots. The reflections of the Rajput tribe can be seen in the way the graves are shaped. The monumental pedestals and slabs in the stepped tombs and the simple decoration of some tombs, such as a human face drawn by a child, point to Rajput's origins. In some tombs, which are based on Islamic beliefs, there are no human figures. LOCATION OF CHAUKHANDI TOMBS: The hotel is located 29 km east of Karachi and can be reached in about 40 minutes. These ruins are one of the best places in Karachi, as they speak volumes about skillful mastery of the masons at that time.

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Top 10 Famous Places and Unique Spots in Karachi

Top 10 Famous Places and Unique Spots in Karachi

Karachi is a big noisy city, but its offers are never boring for those who wish to spend a special evening.Karachi is a huge city with millions of inhabitants. The streets are congested and driving is more stressful than giving exams. Spread over 3,780 km², it bears the title of one of the largest cities in the world. Karachi has the best places to have fun, eat and just relax. Here's a list of places that you can visit in Karachi this weekend with your friends, family or relatives. Do Darya (Sea View Rd, D.H.A. Phase 8, Karachi): Do Darya is a pristine place to eat at the top of a creek. It is a line of outdoor restaurants that overlook a beautiful cove. Going there during the winters is particularly fun because the seagulls make a dance on the cove that is both captivating and fascinating. The best restaurants on my list are Kolachi and Kebabjees. Arena (Karsaz Road, Karachi): The arena is Karachi's one-stop shop for a host of fun activities indoors, such as skating, rock climbing, bowling, arcade games, miniature golf and billiards / snooker. There are several dining options available at the coffee shop to ease the hunger pangs that may come after a rigorous rock climbing and skating session. Port Grand (Port Grand, Road Opposite PNSC building, Karachi): Karachi has a vast shoreline and it is imperative to make the most of it. If nighttime swimming under the full moon at noon is a little too wild, you may be able to explore the waters with a boat trip from Port Grand.The harbor offers a boat ride around the mangroves that line the Karachi coast, a fast featured boat ride and a floating party deck when you have something special to celebrate. There is also an art avenue on this center facing the sea, where various works of art are exhibited in an indoor and outdoor gallery. There is also a night bazaar and many weekend attractions such as magic shows, music and dance shows and fire shows. Seaview (Sea View Rd, Karachi): The Karachiites do not need to look further for simple and innocent entertainment than Seaview, aka Clifton Beach. The long shore of the beach is a sight to behold, like no other during sunsets, because the sky is painted in shades of yellow, orange, pink and purple under the magical view of the sun getting lost in the sea. Saudi. In addition to the majestic view, there are activities such as horse and camel rides, buggy rides and illuminated plastic kites. Churna Island (near Mubarak Goth, Kiamari Town, Karachi): The island of Churna is located 6 to 7 km from Karachi in the Arabian Sea, it is an island of 1.5 km². You can enjoy many activities on this island, including cliff jumping, scuba diving, snorkelling, jet skiing and much more. So, if you are an adrenaline junkie, Churna Island is one of the best places for you. In addition to the water sports available in the area, the Pakistani Navy uses the island as a shooting range, which is also very fun. Bounce (Ocean Mall? Khayaban-e-Iqbal Underpass, Karachi): Located inside the Ocean Mall, you'll find a nervous trampoline park that will leave you laughing and captivating all the hormones of happiness. You will experience a night of joy here as you defy gravity and rise into the air. They have a free jumping arena, a foam pit and an exciting basketball court. The rebound is a place where pleasure and fitness coincide, the jump being supposed to create a lot of muscle movements in the body. Then you can enjoy delicious meals in some of the best restaurants in the mall. Mazar-e-Quaid (M. A. Jinnah Road, Karachi): Quaid-e-Azam was the title given to Muhammad Ali Jinnah, founder of Pakistan. It is he who liberated the Pakistanis from the British and this museum is Karachi's house with an esteemed personality. The house was originally purchased in 1943 and inhabited by the Quaid himself and his sister. Although the Quaid died in 1948 (RIP), his sister stayed in the house after his death, until his departure in 1964. The museum was created for the public in 1985 and can be seen in his living room, his room to sleep, its cloakroom, library and all the original painting and architecture of this era. This is a real timepiece kept over the years. The National Museum of Pakistan (Shahrah-e-Kemal Ataturk, Saddar, Karachi): The National Museum houses rare paintings, relics, sculptures and models that represent Pakistani culture and the times of the past. The museum has 11 galleries containing objects from the civilization of the Indus Valley until recently. He also has some ancient writings of the Qur'an. If you are crazy about history, the National Museum of Pakistan is for you. PAF Museum (PAF Faisal Air Base? Shahrah-e-Faisal Road, Karachi): The PAF museum is a museum of the air force. More than 30 planes are on display, including an Indian Gnat captured by the Pakistani forces in 1965. The Pakistani war heroes are recognized in many exhibitions. You will also see a number of old fighter jets and other antique planes. Engine parts are also exposed, allowing you to see how it all works. There is even a dedicated playground for young children, making it a destination for all ages. Mohatta Palace Museum (Block 5 Old Clifton, Karachi): The Mohatta Palace Museum, built in the posh seaside town of Clifton, offers a wide range of activities. Upon entering the palace, you will first notice the beautifully colored windows on the outside, a stone wall, an arch and minarets; a breathtaking view of the architectural splendor. You can easily get lost in the beauty of this superior construction and in the quality of the materials used.

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