Shakarparian

shakarparian

Shakarparian (otherwise called Shakarparian Hills) is gotten from two words from the Potohari dialect, Shakar – signifying “sweet”, and Parian from Parao – meaning a spot to rest, or stop over – delay amid long trips. It comprises of a slope and a nearby stop in Islamabad, Pakistan.Park is situated close to the Zero Point Interchange. Pakistan Monument is situated in the Shakarparian. The old Gakhars tribe pioneers settled here before Indo-Pak allotment 1947; later the group was moved to make a recreation center for Newly checked government capital of the nation in 1960-61

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broad peak

Broad-Peak

BroadPeak is the twelfth most elevated mountain on the planet at 8,051 meters (26,414 ft) above ocean level. The exacting interpretation of “Expansive Peak” to Falchan Kangri is not acknowledged among the Balti people.The English name was presented in 1892 by the British traveler Martin Conway, in reference to the comparatively named Breithorn in the Alps.

Broad Peak is a piece of the Gasherbrum massif in Baltistan on the fringe of Pakistan and China.It is situated in the Karakoram mountain range around 8 kilometers (5.0 mi) from K2. It has a summit more than 1.5 kilometers (0.93 mi) long, subsequently “Wide Peak”.

The mountain has a few summits: Broad Peak (8051 m), Rocky Summit (8028 m), Broad Peak Central (8011 m), Broad Peak North (7490 m), and Kharut Kangri (6942 m).

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Rawal Lake

rawal lake

Rawal Lake in Pakistan is a simulated store that gives the water needs to the urban communities of Rawalpindi and Islamabad. Korang River alongside some other little streams originating from Margalla Hills have been set to frame this fake lake which covers a zone of 8.8 km². Korang River is the outlet stream of Rawal Dam. Rawal Lake is situated inside of a segregated area of the Village Malpur, Bani Gala and Margalla Hills National Park.

The territory around the lake has been planted with blooming trees and laid out with patio nurseries, outing spots, and detached ways. The terraced garden and the lake are utilized for picnics, angling and drifting. The most elevated point in the greenery enclosure offers an all encompassing perspective of the lake, Margalla and Murree slopes, Rawalpindi and Islamabad.

Drifting, cruising, water skating and jumping offices are composed by private clubs.

Toward the west of the lake is the Islamabad Club, which offers diverse brandishing offices.

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Pak-China Friendship Centre

Pak-China Friendship Centre

Pakistan-China Friendship Center is a workmanship, meeting and display focus in Islamabad, Pakistan.It is created with the assistance of China–Pakistan relations. Its development was begun in April 2005 when the Premier of the State Council of the People’s Republic of China Wen Jiabao went by Pakistan. It was introduced on December 18, 2010 by the Pakistani Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gillani and Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao. Presently it is running by the Ministry of Culture.

center was begun working in April 2005 with the assistance of People’s Republic of China, 12 section of land area was allocated by Capital Development Authority (CDA) in 2004 for the inside. Its around expense on development is Rs. 3 billion (£35 million), includes on an amphitheater with 800 seats, gathering rooms, moving corridors, display and craftsmanship focus. Focus’ outline was made by China IPPR International Engineering Corporation and developed by Shanghai Group. Eight gathering corridors with 200-250 seats, 105 private rooms and three moving lobbies are likewise being developed now.[5] In February 2013 CDA chose to build up a cutting edge present day silver screen lobby at the middle which will present the Bollywood and Hollywood movies.

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National Monument Islamabad

Monument Islamabad

The Pakistan Monument in Islamabad, Pakistan, is a national landmark speaking to the country’s four areas and three domains. After an opposition among numerous prestigious engineers, Arif Masood’s arrangement was chosen for the last plan. The sprouting blossom state of the landmark speaks to Pakistan’s advancement as a quickly creating nation. The four fundamental petals of the landmark speak to the four regions (Balochistan, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, Punjab, and Sindh), while the three littler petals speak to the three domains (Gilgit-Baltistan, Azad Kashmir and the Federally Administered Tribal Areas). The Monument has been intended to mirror the way of life and human progress of the nation and delineates the narrative of the Pakistan Movement, devoted to the individuals who yielded themselves for future eras.

From air the landmark resembles a star (focus) and a sickle moon (shaped by dividers framing the petals), these speak to the star and bow on Pakistan’s banner.

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Chattar Park

Chattar Park
The Chattar water park is only 15 minutes outside Islamabad. There is also an alternate but longer route to Murree from Islamabad via Nilore and Simli Dam. The alternate route joins at Lower Topa. The mountain drive is refreshing and the scenery is breath-taking especially on the Nilore-Simli-Lower Topa route.
This resort nestles at the base of Murree hills at a distance of 15 km on Islamabad-Murree road. This place offers scenic walks, gently flowing stream, waterfall and the surrounding hillside are a perfect attraction. The resort has a restaurant, barbecue and two air-conditioned tourist cottages. The Children’s Park and playground are spread over an area of 12.5 acres.
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Barian

Barian

Barian is a town in northern Punjab, Pakistan. It is located at 33°57’0N 73°23’0E. The town is linked to the city of Abbottabad by a 71 km road via Nathia Gali, the area is often cut off during bad winter weather, in 2005 heavy snowfall had cut the roads toKhanspur and Changla Gali, and in January 2008 snow and heavy landslides cut off roads.

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Ayubia Chair Lift

Ayubia Chair Lift

In addition to riding trails, hiking places, picnic spots and motels, there is achairlift in the central place of Ayubia that takes the tourists to a nearby summit for a view of the forested hills. This chairlift was the first recreation facility of its kind in Pakistan and is still a major attraction for domestic tourists.

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Kuldana

Kuldana

Kuldana is the name of an extremely beautiful hill, which spreads over a lush green area of about five square kilometers. The area is densely populated by a large variety of trees and plants and inhabited by various kinds of wild life species specially birds, butterflies and monkeys. At times snow leopards, cheetahs and jackals can also be seen crossing roads and tracks.

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Bhor ban PC

Bhor ban PC

The Pearl Continental Bhurban, usually shortened to PC Bhurban, is a member of Pearl Continental Hotel chain in Pakistan. It is located in the town of Bhurban in Murree, which is famous for its scenic beauty. This place is a popular summer resort for the residents of Islamabad and nearby cities. In August 2008 the Punjab government levied a toll on vehicles entering the hotel, this has angered tourists who have harangued the toll collectors. Local politicians have opposed the imposition of the toll including theNazims of Rawat, Numbal and Phagwari.

This place received much media coverage, locally and internationally, when on March 8, 2008 a political agreement was signed by the two political parties Pakistan Peoples Party and Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz) here. According to the Bhurban Accord, also known as the Murree Declaration, the two political parties decided to restore the judiciary to pre-Nov 3 position.

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