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Abbottabad is a city in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa of Pakistan. It is located in the north of Islamabad on Karakoram Highway. Lying between hills, it is considered one of the beautiful ...


Faisalabad is the third largest city of Pakistan.

Hunza Nagar

The Hunza–Nagar District was the seventh district of Gilgit–Baltistan of Pakistan. In July 2015, the district was divided into two districts Hunza District and Nagar District.


Islamabad has been the capital of Pakistan since 1963.


Beginning in 1947 at partition of the British Raj, when hundreds of thousands of Muhajirs from India sought refuge, the population has exploded from about 450,000 to 14,910,352(provisional) in 2017 ...


Karimabad (aka Baltit) is the capital of Hunza Valley in the Gilgit-Baltistan region of Pakistan.


Lahore (لاهور) is Pakistan's second largest city, and the capital of the north-eastern Punjab province. It is widely considered the country's cultural capital. The heart of Lahore is the Walled ...

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Multan is the sixth largest city of Pakistan. It is in the South of Punjab in Pakistan. It is sometimes referred to as The City of Saints.


Peshawar is the capital of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan. It is the biggest city of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and is a relatively prosperous city. It is also a cultural ...


Quetta is an excellent base for exploration of Balochistan. Kan Mehtarzai (2224 meters), the highest railway station in Asia, is a two-hour drive away. Loralai, the almond bowl of the ...


It is the sister city of Islamabad, and is essentially the older sister of Islamabad. To locals, it is simply known as "Pindi".For the visitor Pindi offers a slice of ...


The Swat Valley is an area in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan.

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Pakistan is a large country (1.5 times the size of France) in South-Central Asia at the crossroads of Central Asia, East Asia and South Asia and is a part of the Greater Middle East Region. Located along the Arabian Sea, it is surrounded by Afghanistan to the west and northwest, although Tajikistan is separated by the Wakhan Corridor, Iran to the southwest and also shares maritime boundary with Oman, The Republic of India is to the east, and China to the northeast. It is strategically located astride the ancient trade routes of the Khyber and Bolan passes between the countries of South-Central Asia and rest of Southern Asia.

WARNING: Despite consistent reduction in terrorism related fatalities some foreign governments still advise against travel to Pakistan. The Government of Pakistan maintains heightened security measures, especially in major cities, and these measures may vary from day to day. Certain areas in the tribal regions and the Afghanistan-Pakistan border are considered active war zones by the Pakistani military and therefore will not be accessible to both locals and foreigners. Do not try to illegally get into these areas as this could turn out to be fatal or may result in kidnapping for ransom. Make sure to obtain up to date information before you leave. For more accurate information refer to country links below.

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