Country Club Hills Punjab

Punjab is the most populous province of Pakistan .Forming most of the Punjab region, the province is bordered by Kashmir (Azad Kashmir, Pakistan and Jammu, and Kashmir, India) to the north-east, the Indian states of Punjab and Rajasthan to the east, the Pakistani province of Sindh to the south, the province of Balochistan to the southwest, the province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa to the west, and the Islamabad Capital Territory to the north. Punjab is home to the Punjabis and various other groups. The main languages are Punjabi and Saraiki and the dialects of Mewati and Potowari. The province is home to many well known historical sites including the Shalimar Gardens, Lahore Fort, the Badshahi Mosque, Rohtas Fort and the ruins of the ancient city of Harrapa. The Anarkali Market and Jahangir’s Tomb are prominent in the city of Lahore as is the Lahore Museum, while the ancient city of Taxila in the northwest was once a major center of Buddhist and Hellenic influence.

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It was built between 1960 to 1968. Minar e Pakistan height is 203 feet. It was designed by Naseer ud din Murat Khan. You can climb the Minar through the elevator or stairs. The base is built like a flower shape.

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The Badshahi Mosque or “Emperor’s Mosque” was built in 1673 by the Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb in Lahore, Pakistan. It is one of the city’s best-known landmarks and a major tourist attraction epitomizing

Lahore Fort

Lahore Fort is an iconic landmark and masterpiece of Pakistani tourism, making Lahore a tourist attraction. Built by Akbar in the 17th century the fort is a glorious archeological and tourist spot of Pakistan.

Hiran Minar

Hiran Minar is a hunting retreat built by Emperor Jahangir to the northwest of Lahore. It was constructed in memory of an antelope named Mansraj that was beloved by the emperor.

Shalamar Garden

Shalamar Garden was built by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in Lahore in 1642. To irrigate the Garden, a canal named “Shah Nahar” meaning Royal canal was brought from a distance of over 160 kilometers.

Data Darbar

Data Darbar located in the city of Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan is the largest Sufi shrine in South Asia. It was built to house the remains of the Muslim mystic, Abul Hassan Ali Hujwiri, commonly known as

Noor Mahal

Noor Mahal the Italian style palace of the fifth ruler of Bahawalpur State, Nawab Sir Muhammad Sadiq, is the latest monument in Punjab to be notified under the Antiquities Act. Completed in AD 1875

Wazir Khan Mosque

The Wazir Khan Mosque is 17th-century mosque located in the city of Lahore, capital of the Pakistani province of Punjab. The mosque was commissioned during the reign of the Mughal Emperor

Darbar Mahal

Darbar Mahal is one of the masterpieces of that era, standing tall as testimony to the sagacity and prosperity of the Abbasi rulers. According to the archaeologists, architecture style of Darbar Mahal

Abbasi Mosque

Abbasi Masjid is a mosque and national heritage site in the Cholistan Desert region of Pakistan. It was built in 1849 by the local ruler Nawab Bahawal Khan and is modeled after the Jama Masjid, Delhi

Abbasi Royal Graveyard

It is situated few yards away from Abbasi Masjid. The Abbasi family was the ruling Nawab family of Bahawalpur and all of the previous Nawabs are buried here. The graveyard is still owned and

Sadiq Garh Palace

This magnificent palace is located in a lost county of Dera Nawab Sahib, in Bhawalpur district. Once a headquarters of one of the richest princely states; today is hidden in the political & public negligence.

Akbari Sarai

The series of tombs called Akbari Sarai is situated between the tombs of Jahangir and Asif Khan. The open courtyard of the Sarai is flanked on all sides by a raised terrace where are built rows of small cells

Alama Iqbal Museum

The Javed Manzil or the Allama Iqbal Museum is a national monument and museum in Lahore, Pakistan. The site served as the residence of Muhammad Iqbal for three years and also as his death place.

Anarkali Tomb

The tomb of ‘Anarkali’ traditionally belongs to Nadira Begum, the lover of Prince Salim. According to legend, Anarkali was a member of Akbar’s harem. She was accused of having an illicit love affair with

Anmb Shareef

The fort and temples of Anmb Shareef are located in tehsil Quaidabad. Most of the people consider these temples as a part of the area of Soon Valley because of its contiguity to the looks of Mahoriyaan

Army Museum Lahore

The Army Museum, located a little short of the way to the new Lahore Airport over a quite spacious area, is the second of its kind in the country after pretty old one at Rawalpindi and has celebrated its

Attock Fort

Attock Fort was built at Attock Khurd during the reign of Akbar the Great from 1581 to 1583 under the supervision of Khawaja Shamsuddin Khawafi to protect the passage of the River Indus. It featured a

Baba Farid Ganj Shakar Tomb

The Shrine of Baba Farid is a 13th-century Sufi shrine located in Pakpattan, Pakistan, that is dedicated to the Sufi mystic Fariduddin Ganjshakar, popularly known as Baba Farid. The shrine is one

Bagh-i-Jinnah

A central place to slow the pace and chat with locals is pleasant Bagh-i-Jinnah. There’s an open-air theatre that has frequent nightly performances and the attractive British building in the center of

Bahawalpur Museum

The Bahawalpur Museum, established in 1976, is a museum of archaeology, art, heritage, modern history and religion located in Bahawalpur, Punjab, Pakistan. It comes under the control

Bahawalpur Zoo

Bahawalpur zoo was set up in 1942 by the former Aamir of Bahawalpur, Sir Nawab Sadiq Muhammad Khan Abbasi. It was then named “Sher Bagh”. In 1955, the administrator of the zoo Dr.Ghulam Haider

Bahria Town Zoo

Bahria Town is filled with parks and zoos. Animal exhibits are spread all over Bahria Town and animals from dogs to reindeers, from cougars to lionesses can be found in certain locations. Similarly,

Bedi Mahal

Bedi Mahal is a palace situated in Kallar Syedan, Rawalpindi District, Punjab, Pakistan. The palace was built by a Sikh spiritual and political leader who was the direct descendant, in the fourteenth place

Begum Shah Mosque

Begum Shahi Mosque, officially The Mosque of Mariyam Zamani Begum, is an early 17th-century mosque situated in the Walled City of Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan. The mosque was built between 1611 and 1614

Bhamala Stupa

More than 500 priceless ancient artifacts are uncovered from this village including a Maha Puri Nirvana statue measuring 14 meters in length. The history of this village can be traced

Bhir Mound

The Bhir mound is all that remains of a thriving city that flourished from the 6th to the 2nd centuries B.C. Built on a small plateau in the open fields, the city took advantage of the various trade

Bhong Mosque

Bhong Mosque is located in the village of Bhong, Rahim Yar Khan District, Punjab Province, Pakistan. It was designed and constructed over a period of nearly 50 years and won the Aga Khan

Bijnot Fort

Bijnot Fort is a ruined fortress located in Bahawalpur District of Punjab, Pakistan, 23 kilometers west of the Indo-Pakistani border in the Cholistan Desert. The fort was founded by Khair Panwar Rajputs, who

Bradlaugh Hall

Bradlaugh Hall was built at the tail end of the 19th century along Lahore’s Rattigan Road. It was established through the fundraising efforts of the Indian National Congress, which held its annual

Buddhu’s Tomb

Buddha’s Tomb, also known as Buddhu Kaawa, is a 17th-century tomb located in Lahore, Pakistan. The tomb is traditionally attributed to that of a Lahore resident named Buddhu, though research suggests the

Changa Manga

Changa Manga is a Lush green forest, the biggest effort of the human plantation consists of the beautiful lake with boating area, railway track charm of the forest, the lake with natural beauty and wildlife park. An ideal resort

Chashma Barrage

Chashma Barrage is a barrage on the River Indus in Mianwali District of the Punjab province of Pakistan 304 km NW of Lahore and 56 km downstream of Jinnah Barrage. The contract for Chashma Barrage works

Chattar Park

Chattar Park is located at a distance of 24.3 kilometers from Islamabad on GT Road to Murree. The park is a tourist attraction offering huge lawn, the stream of water flowing underneath the park, football

Central Library

It is an old architecture which was built in 1927 by Sir Sadiq Muhammad Khan Abbasi V in the celebration of his crown. The people of the Bahawalpur state aided about one lac rupees which were provided in

Chauburji

In the historic city of Lahore, on the road that led southwards to Multan, the Chauburji gateway remains of an extensive garden known to have existed in Mughal times. The establishment of this

Chenab River

The Chenab River has its source at the meeting point of two rivers, the Chandra and the Bhaga. In Himachal Pradesh, the river is also called the Chandrabhaga. It flows parallelly to the Pir Panjal Range.

Cholistan Desert

The Cholistan Desert, also locally known as Rohi, sprawls 30 km from Bahawalpur, Punjab, Pakistan and covers an area of 26,300 km2. It adjoins the Thar Desert, extending over to Sindh and into India. The word Cholistan

CMH Masjid Jhelum

CMH Mosque Jhelum or Divisional Headquarters Mosque is a Jamia Mosque in Jhelum City, Punjab Province, Pakistan. This mosque is adjacent to the Combined Military Hospital, Jhelum. Its foundation was

Cypress Tomb

The so-called ‘Cypress Tomb’ is located about 200 meters north of Dai Anga’s tomb. Its name derives from the cypress tree ornamentation on the upper portion of the tomb four on each side surrounded

Dai Anga Mosque

Dai Anga Mosque is a mosque situated to the southeast of the Lahore Railway Station, in the city of Lahore in Pakistan’s Punjab province. The mosque is said to have been built in 1635 in honor of the

Delhi Gate

Delhi Gate is one of six remaining historic gates of the Walled City of Lahore, Pakistan. Delhi Gate and the adjacent Shahi Hammam were restored in 2015 by the Aga Khan Cultural Service Pakistan.

Derawar Fort

Derawar Fort is located 100 kilometers from Bahawalpur, Pakistan. This stronghold is the largest and most magnificently sustained fortress of Cholistan. It is a square fort and each wall

Rahim Yar Khan Desert

This district is divided into three main physical features: (a) Riverside area, b) canal-irrigated area, and (c) desert area which is called the Cholistan. The Riverside area of the district lies close on

Dharab Dam

Dharab Dam which is supposed to be the largest water reservoir in the district has the capacity of storing 37,000-acre feet of water but it may not serve the purpose as lands it was supposed to irrigate lie at

Dharmarajika Stupa

Dharmarajika Stupa is the earliest Buddhist monument in Pakistan. It was one of eight shrines constructed in the 3rd century B.C. during the reign of Emperor Asoka of the Mauryan

Eiffel Tower Replica

There are many places on Earth where you do not necessarily expect to find a copy of the Eiffel Tower. And yet, even in Pakistan, there is one. It is in the city of Bahria Town that it is located, in the province of

Emporium Mall

Emporium Mall is a shopping mall located in Johar Town, Lahore southwest of Lahore International Expo Centre. The 11-story mall is spread over 1.8 million square feet and is home to over

Faqir Khana Museum

Fakir Khana Museum is located inside the Bhaati Gate the largest private antiques collection & Sikh museum in south Asia, is the honor and pride of the well known Fakir Family whose vibrant history

Fort Kohna

The Multan Fort, a military installation, was a landmark of South Asian defence and architecture. According to some estimates the original fort was built between 800 and 1000 B.C. It was built

Mir Chakar Rind’s Tomb

In the 15th century, Mir Chakar Khan Rind became the first King of Balochistan and established the first Kingdom of Balochistan. Mir Chakar Rind defeated the Lasharis and then left Balochistan and settled

Fort Munro

Fort Munro also is known as Tuman Leghari, is a hill station, located at a height of 6,470 feet above sea level in Dera Ghazi Khan. It attracts many people for short stays during the hot summer. It is around 85

Ganda Singh Wala Border

Ganda Singh Wala is a village in Kasur District in Punjab, Pakistan. Until 1986, it served as the main border crossing between Pakistan and India. The village was named after Ganda Singh Datt. It lies on

Gobind Ram Kahan Chand Building

The building with the inscription ‘Cobind Ram Kahan Chand’ and ‘Hindustan Commercial Bank Established 1805’ in English and Urdu, still remains amidst the

Grand Jamia Mosque

Grand Jamia Mosque Lahore is a mosque located in Bahria Town, Lahore, Pakistan. With a capacity of 70,000 worshippers, it is the third-largest mosque in Pakistan and the fourteenth largest mosque

Bhurban

Bhurban is a tourist destination with unique flora and fauna with a variety of species not found elsewhere in Pakistan. It is known for the hiking trails in the nearby Ayubia National Park. The ‘5 stars’ Pearl

Taxila Museum

The best place for visitors to appreciate the Gandhara era art is to visit the Taxila Museum in the city of Taxila. UNESCO recognizes many ruins in Taxila as a World Heritage Sites. Although it’s not

Neela Sandh

Neela Sandh is a waterfall in Mouri Syedan, Rawalpindi District of Punjab the province of Pakistan. It is almost 40 kilometers away from Islamabad. It is surrounded by greenery, tall trees, and extensive

Murree Hills

Murree is a mountain resort town, located in the Galyat region of the Pir Panjal Range, within the Rawalpindi District of Punjab, Pakistan. It forms the outskirts of the Islamabad-Rawalpindi metropolitan

Gulzar Palace

Gulzar Palace is located in Bahawalpur, Pakistan. Its construction ended in 1875 on neoclassical lines. It belonged to the Nawab of Bahawalpur princely state. There are different opinions regarding the purpose of

Gurudwara Chowa Sahib

The sacred site of Gurdwara Sri Chowa Sahib is showing its splendor outside Kabuli Darwaza of Rohtas Fort on the bank of River Ghan. Jagat Guru Nanak Sahib Ji arrived here from Tila Jogian.

Gurdwara Darbar Sahib Kartarpur

Gurdwara Darbar Sahib Kartarpur, also called Kartarpur Sahib, is a gurdwara in Kartarpur, located in Shakargarh, Narowal District, in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is built on the historic

Gurdwara Dehra Sahib

Gurudwara Dehra Sahib is situated opposite the Royal mosque or Shahi Masjid. At the place, after torturing, the fifth Guru was drowned into the Ravi. At that time, the Ravi flowed along the wall of the fort.

Gurdwara Hardo Sahari

There are two villages by the same name i.e., Sahari in tehsil and district Kasur and have earned the name Hardusahari. The village can be reached by Tonga from Kot Murad Khan of Kasur otherwise

Gurdwara Nankana Sahib

Named after the first guru of the Sikhs, Guru Nanak, who was born in the city and first began preaching here, Nankana Sahib is a city of great historical and religious value for Sikhs and is a popular

Gurdwara Panja Sahib

Gurdwara Panja Sahib is situated at Hasan Abdal, 48 km from Rawalpindi in Pakistan. This is one of the holiest places of Sikhism because it marks the spot where the founder of the faith, Guru Nanak

Gurdwara Rori Sahib

Gurdwara Rori Sahib is located 2 kilometres south-east of present-day Eminabad and one and a half kilometre north-west of the centre of the village called Talab. Eminabad, an old town is

Hakimon ka Maqbara

Hakim’s Tomb is a 16th-century tomb located in the city of Hasan Abdal, Pakistan, across from the Gurdwara Panja Sahib. The tomb complex also includes the Tomb of Lala Rukh, traditionally

Harappa Museum

Archaeological Museum is an archaeology museum based in Harappa, Punjab, Pakistan. It was established in 1926 and then in 1966, its building was constructed by the Government of Pakistan.

Harappa Site

Harappa, an archaeological site, is at a distance of 24 km from Sahiwal. Its name is driven from a modern village located near the former course of the Ravi River that is at a distance of 6 km from the site.

Haveli of Maharaja Naunihal Singh

The Haveli of Nau Nihal Singh is a haveli mansion located in Lahore, Pakistan. Dating from the Sikh era of the mid-19th century, the haveli is considered to be one of the finest examples of Sikh architecture

Hazuri Bagh

The Hazuri Bagh garden was built in 1813 by Maharajah Ranjit Singh to commemorate the capture of the Koh-i-Noor diamond from Shah Shujah of Afghanistan. The garden is bound

Head Marala

The Marala headworks are situated at the Chenab River near the city of Sialkot, Punjab, Pakistan. Marala headworks is one of the best fishing or outdoor adventure locations in Punjab Pakistan. Head Marala

Head Panjnad

Head Panjnad is a river head in Punjab, Pakistan. Panjnad River is formed by the successive confluence of the five rivers of Punjab, namely Jhelum, Chenab, Ravi, Beas, and Sutlej. Jhelum

Heer Ranjha Tomb

Heer and Ranjha’s tomb is the tomb of Heer Ranjha situated in Jhang, Pakistan. Heer and Ranjha are one of several popular romantic folklore of the Indian subcontinent. There are several poetic narrations

Indus Blind Dolphin

The Indus Blind Dolphin is one of its most famous inhabitants the great Indus River. The Indus Dolphin is a unique river cetacean that only occurs in Pakistan and one of most endangered Cetacean species

Indus River

The Indus River is the greatest river on the western side of the south Asian subcontinent. It is one of the seven sacred rivers for Hindus. It was the birthplace of the early Indus Valley civilization.

Indus Valley Desert

The Indus Valley Desert is a desert ecoregion of northern Pakistan. The Indus Valley desert covers an area of 19,500 square kilometers lying between the Chenab and Indus rivers. The Indus Valley

Iqbal Manzil

Iqbal Manzil is the birthplace of Muslim philosopher, scholar and poet Dr. Allama Muhammad Iqbal in the center of the historic city of Sialkot. Iqbal Manzil was purchased in 1861 by Mohammad Rafique, the

Iqbal Park

Iqbal Park, formerly Minto Park, is an urban park; after renovation and expansion, its name is Greater Iqbal Park located in the outskirts of the Walled City in Lahore, Pakistan. Noted as the home of

Jallo Park

Jallo Park, established in 1978, is a public recreation and wildlife site located in Lahore District, Punjab, Pakistan. Spread over an area of 461 acres, it is one of the three main wildlife parks located

Jandial Temple

Jandial near the city of Taxila in Pakistan is the site of an ancient temple well known for its Ionic columns. The temple is located 630 meters north of the northern gate of Sirkap. The Temple was excavated

Jaulian Buddhist Monastery

Jaulian is a ruined Buddhist monastery dating from the 2nd century CE, located in Pakistan. Jaulian is located in Haripur District, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, near the provincial border with Punjab

Javed Manzil

The Javed Manzil or the Allama Iqbal Museum is a national monument and museum in Lahore, Pakistan. Muhammad Iqbal lived there for three years and died there. It was listed as a Tentative UNESCO

Jehangir’s Tomb

The Tomb of Jahangir is a 17th-century mausoleum built for the Mughal Emperor Jahangir. The mausoleum dates from 1637 and is located in Shahdara Bagh in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan,

Jhelum River

The Jhelum River has its source in the south-eastern region of Jammu and Kashmir, in a spring lying at Verinag. The length of the Jhelum River is 480 miles. The river runs partly in Pakistan and partly

Kallar Kahar Lake

The saltwater lake which is more than 1000 feet above sea level, is one of the 17 wetlands in Punjab and is about 7 miles wide. The water is salty due to the deposits of rock salt. It is a very popular

Kanhatti Garden

Kanhatti garden is home to stunningly beautiful waterfalls and marvelous views. There is a camping site too with a fireplace for the tourists. There are several nature trails for tourists for hiking or just

Kashmir Point

Kashmir’s point is situated at a distance of 1 kilometer from Murree via Bank Road. Kashmir Point is a famous landmark of Pakistan tourism and the most famous tourist spot in Pakistan. Kashmir Point Murree

Kasur Museum

Kasur Museum Located Near D.C.O Office And District Courts On Main Lahore-Ferozepore Road In Kasur, Punjab, Pakistan. The Inaugural Ceremony Of Kasur Museum Was Performed By Sardar Zulfiqar

Katas Raj Temple

The Katas Raj Temples, also known as Qila Katas, is a complex of several Hindu temples connected to one another by walkways. The temple complex surrounds a pond named Katas which is regarded as sacred

Khabikki Lake

Khabikki Lake is a saltwater lake in the southern Salt Range area in Pakistan. This lake is formed due to the absence of drainage in the range. The lake is one kilometer wide and two kilometers long.

Khewra Salt Mine

The Khewra Salt Mine is located in Khewra, north of Pind Dadan Khan, an administrative subdivision of Jhelum District, Punjab Region, Pakistan, which rises from the Indo-Gangetic Plain. It is Pakistan’s

Kirana Hills

The Kirana Hills is a small and extensive rocky mountain range located in Sargodha, Pakistan. It is also a place of tourist attraction in Sargodha City. Locally known as “Black Mountains” due to

Kotli Sattian

Kotli Sattian Sattian is a tehsil of Rawalpindi District in the North Punjab province of Pakistan. The people of Kotli Sattian are referred to as Pahari people. The language of this region and the neighboring

Lahore Food Street

Fort Road Food Street is a food street located between Fort Road and Roshnai Gate of the Walled City in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan. The street was reconstructed and opened in 2012

Lahore Museum

The Lahore Museum is a museum located in Lahore, Pakistan. Founded in 1865 at a smaller location and opened in 1894 at its current location on ‘The Mall’ in Lahore during the British colonial period, Lahore

Lahore Zoo

Lahore Zoo was somewhere started in the 1860s in the form of the menagerie and properly established as a zoo with the addition of aviary donated by Lala Mela Ram in 1872, hence one of the oldest zoos in

Lal Haveli

The Lal Haveli is a famous Haveli as well as the political centre for the Pakistani politician Sheikh Rashid Ahmad. It is located in the central part of old Rawalpindi, Punjab, Pakistan near Raja Bazaar.

Mall Road Murree

Mall road is very famous among the visitors. Mall road is one of the most popular shopping places in Murree. Ring road market is the prevalent market on the Mall road, where one can find ample materials to

Pindi Point

Pindi point is 20 minutes’ walk from the Mall road. Pindi point is a hilly region attractive because of its scenic views, and the most important thing about Pindi point is that you can enjoy the look of

Patriata

Patriata also is known as New Murree is a hill station in northern Punjab, Pakistan. It is situated 15 km south-east of Murree hill. Patriata is located in Murree Tehsil which is a subdivision of the Rawalpindi

Ravi River

The Ravi River has its source close to the Rohtang Pass in the Himalayan mountain ranges and runs according to a north-westerly itinerary. The river shifts to the south-west in the vicinity of Dalhousie

Sutlej River

The Sutlej River is also known as the Satluj or the Red River. The source of the river is the Rakshas Tal or Rakas Lake, which is linked to the Manasarovar Lake with a watercourse in Tibet. The river moves

Rohtas Fort

Rohtas Fort is located near the city of Jhelum in Punjab, Pakistan. The fort lies on the historic GT road between the mountainous region of Afghanistan and the plains of Punjab. It was built under Afghan

Soon Valley

Soon Valley is like a cup surrounded by rolling unsymmetrical green hills presenting a breathtaking vista. Known for its natural beauty, the valley provides a unique sanctuary to a host of migratory

Uchali Lake

Uchali Lake is the most popular tourist attraction in the valley. This lake is formed due to the absence of drainage in the range. Sakaser, the highest mountain in the Salt Range at 1,522 meters, looms over

Jahlar Lake

One can experience the peace and natural beauty of visiting Jahlar lake and it creates a feeling of deep calm. It is one of the least visited lakes of the valley mainly because of its location.

Nursing Phuwar

Nursing Phowaar is a place where one can find beautiful temples and lovely water springs. The temples still retain their original shape although rapidly deteriorating. Regarding its history

Swaik Lake

The lake is just about 25 minutes from Kallar Kahar. Hidden amidst cliffs and mountains, it is also known as ‘Neela Pani’, because it has beautiful crystal clear water and a breath-taking waterfall. This is

Neela Wahn

This is a charming village about 35 minutes away from Kallar Kahar, and it is not that known to people yet. Hidden among fertile vegetation is a stream that generates four ponds. Pond 1 has many unusual tiny

Thal Desert

The Thal Desert is located in Mianwali region of Pakistan between the Indus and Jhelum rivers. A large canal-building project is currently underway to irrigate the land. Irrigation will make most of

Lal Suhanra National park

Lal Suhanra National park was declared a national park on 26 October 1972, following recommendations made by the Wildlife Enquiry Committee in 1971. Originally, the park comprised an area of 31,355ha, of

Lyallpur Museum

It has galleries that show the ancient and modern history and culture of Lyallpur/Faisalabad. It was established in 2012 by Chief Minister Punjab, Mian Shahbaz Sharif, following a proposal

Malot Temples

Located west of Kallar Kahar at a height of 230 meters, Malot is a village at the Chakwal District, Punjab, Pakistan. Another village with the same name also continues to exist right next to the Malot Fort.

Mankiala Stupa

The Mankiala Stupa is a 2nd-century Buddhist stupa near the village of Tope Mankiala, in Pakistan’s Punjab province. The stupa was built to commemorate the spot, where according

Manzoor Elahi Forest Park

Manzoor Elahi Forest Park was established by the Government of Punjab, located on Jhang Road at a distance of approximately 1 km from the old Chungi. The park comprises plantation, playgrounds,

Masjid Gulshan Dadan Khan

Masjid Gulshan Dadan Khan is located in Shamshabad Rawalpindi on the main Murree Road next to the Plant Protection Research center. The Masjid is a landmark of architecture

Bibi Pak Daman

In the heart of Lahore, there is the shrine of one of the most respected and spiritually followed women of the Islamic world “Ruqayyah Bint Ali R.A” the Sister of Imam Husain R.A. She Came to Lahore

Tomb of Zeb-Un-Nisa

To locate this 17th-century Mughal tomb, you will travel south on Multan Road, up to shops on the left of the road, ahead of Samanabad Mor or Samanabad Junction. It is easy to miss

Qutb-ud-Din Aibak Tomb

Demonstrating the grace of the first Sultan of Delhi Sultanate and the founder of the Mamluk dynasty, Qutb-ud-Din Aibak tomb is situated behind the Anarkali Bazaar Lahore on Anarkali Road.

Masjid Shab Bhar

The Shab Bhar Mosque is a colonial-era mosque in the Shah Alami neighborhood of Lahore, Pakistan. The mosque is said to have been built overnight, following a dispute between local Hindus

Tomb of Nor Jahan

Meher-Un-Nisa famous in the name of Nor Jahan “Light of Universe” was a beautiful Mughal Princess after her death Shah Jahan built this tomb in the 17th century. The tomb is located in Shahdara Bagh on

Tomb of Nadira Begum

The Tomb of Nadira Begum was built by Mughal Emperor Dara Shikoh in the 17th century in honor of Nadira Banu Begum. Nadira Banu Begum was a beautiful and intelligent princess of the Mughal Empire, she

Tomb of Dai Anga

Tomb of Dai Anga was built by Shah Jahan in the 17th century in the honor of Dai Anga “the wet nurse of Jahangir”. This Tomb is located in Begum Pura outside the Walled City of Lahore at a distance of 22 minutes drive from GT Road Lahore.

Masjid Tarro Moran

Masjid Tarro Moran is a religious place where people come and pray. This mosque is located at Papar Mandi it is one of the famous places for the tourist. Masjid Tarro Moran is the very common center of attraction

Masti Gate

Masti Gate’s name sounds quite mysterious and dreamy. This gate is one of the thirteen gates of the walled city of Lahore which were built by the Mughal Emperor Akbar. This gate, like few other gates, has a

Mausoleum Of Sultan Ali Akbar

The Mausoleum of Shah Ali Akbar is a mausoleum in Suraj Miani Multan, in Punjab province, Pakistan. Shah Ali Akbar is a descendant of Shah Shams Sabzwari and the grandson of Shah Shams.

Misriot Dam

There is nothing dam-like in the Misriot dam, except the spillways maybe. Misriot is more of a large-sized pond that is heavily silted now. Built during his Royal Highness Pres. Ayub’s reign, it was meant

Mohra Moradu Monastery

Mohra Muradu is the place of an ancient Buddhist stupa and monastery near the ruins of Taxila, in the Punjab province of Pakistan. The ancient monastery is located in a valley and offers a beautiful view

Moti Mosque

Moti Masjid, one of the “Pearl Mosques”, is a 17th-century religious building located inside the Lahore Fort, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan. It is a small, white marble structure built by Mughal emperor Jahangir

Mughal Garden

Wah Gardens, also known as Mughal Garden Wah, is a garden-complex dating back to the era of the Mughal Emperor Akbar the Great, located at Wah village, of Hasan Abdal, in Punjab, Pakistan.

Multan Garrison Mess

Multan is one of the most ancient cities of the Asians subcontinent. Its history can be traced to the time of the Mahabharata war. Multan Garrison Mess is one of the oldest buildings of Multan. Multan garrison mess

Namal Lake

Namal Lake is located in one corner of the Namal valley in Mianwali, Punjab, Pakistan. It was formed following the construction of the Namal Dam in 1913. Namal Dam is situated some 32 km from

Naulakha Pavilion

The Naulakha Pavilion is a white marble personal chamber with a curvilinear roof, located beside the Sheesh Mahal courtyard, in the northern section of the Lahore Fort in Lahore, Pakistan. The monument

Nawankot Monuments

The so-called Nawankot Monuments are the remains of the eastern wall of the tomb garden of Zeb-un-Nisa, comprising two corner turrets and the east gate. The ensemble is difficult to distinguish in the

Neevin Mosque

Neevin Mosque, or Neevin Masjid, is a 15th-century mosque built during the Lodi dynasty of the Delhi Sultanate. It is located in the ancient Walled City of Lahore, in Pakistan’s Punjab province.

Nishan-e-Manzil

Nishan-e-Manzil Gujranwala is a famous landmark and a well-known point of interest in this city which is visited by so many visitors on a daily basis. This place is very beautiful, old and famous among

Nusrat Khan’s Tomb

Nusrat Khan’s tomb is located at a distance of approximately ½ mile northwest of Zafar Jang Kokaltash’s tomb on the grounds of Carriage and Wagon Shops of Pakistan Railways.

Omar Hayat Mahal

Omar Hayat Mahal also spelled Umer Hayat Mahal, and alternatively known as Gulzar Manzil, is an early 20th-century wooden haveli mansion in Chiniot, Pakistan. The mansion was started in 1923 and was

Oonchi Mosque

The Oonchi Mosque or Oonchi Masjid is a Mughal-era mosque located along the Hakimian Bazaar, near the Bhati Gate which leads into the Walled City of Lahore, in Pakistan. The mosque may date from the

Packages Mall

Packages Mall is the latest venture of one of Pakistan’s most prestigious companies, Packages Limited, founded in 1956. The Mall has been designed on international standards by a team of foreign and local

Pharwala Fort

Pharwala Fort is situated in Tehsil Kallar Syedan near Kahuta on the bank of River Swaan Rawalpindi District. The fort was built in the 15th century is located in the beautiful landscape, offering a view of River Swaan, the natural location

Liaquat Bagh

Name after Liaquat Ali Khan, Liaquat National park is a historic and famous place of Rawalpindi. The park is located on Murree Road near the college road in Rawalpindi. Liaquat Bagh offers a beautiful environment

Poonch House

The Historic Poonch house was built by Poonch Singh; it is situated on Adam Jee road in Saddar Rawalpindi. The house has served as a rest house for many kings and princess in various Eras, during Zia-Ul-Haq

Rawat Fort

Rawat Fort is located at a distance of 23 kilometers from Rawalpindi city on a grand trunk road in Rawat. The fort is a famous archeological site preserved by the Pakistani Government, and it is included

Panjnad River

Panjnad River is a river at the extreme end of Bahawalpur district in Punjab, Pakistan. Panjnad River is formed by successive confluence or merger of the five rivers of Punjab, namely Jhelum, Chenab

Pattan Minara

Patan Minara is believed to be a 2,000-year-old Buddhist monastery situated eight kilometers from Rahim Yar Khan city, located in Pakistan. Patan minara was built during the Hakrra valley civilization

Quaid-e-Azam Library

The Quaid-e-Azam Library is a public library is located within the Bagh-e-Jinnah in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan. The library was constructed in the mid 19th century during the British Raj compromises of

Royal Kitchen

Royal Kitchens, which might sound new to you, are located inside Lahore Fort behind the stately Alamgiri Gate. The site was a scene of wilderness till the Walled City of Lahore Authority planned to restore

Sangni Fort

Sangni Fort also known as Sangani Killa is a fort of Sikh Period in the village Takal in Tehsil Kallar Syedan, district Rawalpindi in Punjab, Pakistan. The fort was probably built in the Sikh Period.

Shahi Eid Gah Mosque

The Shahi Eid Gah Mosque is an early 18th-century mosque located in the Pakistani city of Multan, in southern Punjab. Located on the main Multan-Lahore highway in the

Shahi Hammam

Located in Wazir Khan Mosque, Shahi Hammams built on Persian architectural styles are famous and historic archaeological masterpieces of the Mughal Empire.

Shivala Teja Singh temple

Shawala Teja Singh temple is a 1000 years old Hindu temple in Sialkot a famous city of Punjab province of Pakistan. This is a Shiva Temple. The temple was closed and destroyed after the division of the

Shrine of Baba Bulleh Shah

Syed Abdullah Shah Qadri, popularly known as Bulleh Shah, was a Mughal-era Punjabi Islamic philosopher and Sufi poet. His first spiritual teacher was Shah Inayat Qadiri, a Sufi murshid of Lahore.

Shrine of Bahauddin Zakariya

The Shrine of Bahauddin Zakariya is a 13th-century shrine located in the city of Multan, in Pakistan’s Punjab province. The tomb is dedicated to the Muslim mystic Bahauddin Zakariya

Shrine of Jalaluddin Bukhari

Shrine of Jalaluddin Bukhari is the shrine of Jalaluddin Surkh-Posh Bukhari. It is located in Uch in present-day Punjab, Pakistan. It is one of the five monuments in Uch Sharif, Pakistan which is on the

Shrine of Khwaja Ghulam Farid

Khawaja Ghulam Farid Koreja or Khawaja Farid was a 19th-century Punjab Sufi poet. He was a scholar and writer who knew several different languages. He belonged to Chishti Nizami Sufi order. He was

Shrine of Shams-ud-Din Sabzwari

Hazrat Pir Shah Shamsuddin Sabzwari Multani was a Muslim Sufi missionary and Pir from Sabzawar in present-day Iran. Shamsuddin Sabzwari arrived in Multan in early 1200C.E.

Shrine Sultan Bahoo

Sultan Bahu was a Sufi mystic, poet, and scholar active during the Mughal empire mostly in the Punjab region. He belonged to Qadiri Sufi order and founded the mystic tradition known as Sarwari Qadiri.

Sialkot Fort

The city of Sialkot, which is one of the oldest cities of Pakistan, has historical significance due to the Fort, The well-known historian, Diayas Jee, has stated that Raja Salban re-established Sialkot city around

Sirkap

Sirkap is the name of an archaeological site on the bank opposite the city of Taxila, Punjab, Pakistan. The city of Sirkap was built by the Greco-Bactrian king Demetrius after he invaded ancient India around 180

Soan Sakaser Valley

Soon Sakaser is a valley situated in northern Punjab, Pakistan. Soon Sakaser is situated at the juncture of Mianwali, Khushab, and Chakwal districts. On the north of the valley is the Pakhar area of Tala Gang Tehsil; on the east side

SS World Family Park

Ss World Park Bahawalpur is the best place for fun-loving people. This is the water park located at the famous place of the city. Youngsters and kids loved to visit this place for enjoyment. Ss World Park Bahawalpur is a must

Sunehri Masjidl

Sunehri Masjid is a relative latecomer to Lahore’s traditional cityscape, having been built in 1753 during the waning years of the Mughal empire by Nawab Bhikari Khan, the Deputy of Lahore during the tenure of

Zamzama Gun

The Zamzama Gun also known as Kim’s Gun or Bhangianwali Toap is a large bore cannon. It was cast in about 1757 in Lahore, now in Pakistan but at the time part of the Durrani Empire. It is currently on display in

Suraj Kund Temple

The Sun Temple of Multan, also known as the Aditya Sun Temple, was an ancient temple that was the base of a sun-worshipping sect dedicated to the Sun God Surya, which is located in the city of Multan, modern

Takht-e-Babri

Takht-e-Babri is a tourist destination in Kallar Kahar, Chakwal District in Punjab, Pakistan. It is located 25 kilometers southwest of Chakwal along the motorway. Takht-e-Babri is a flat stage and throne cut out

Taunsa Barrage

Taunsa Barrage is a barrage on the River Indus in Taunsa Tehsil of Dera Ghazi Khan District, Punjab province of Pakistan. It is situated 20 kilometers southeast of Taunsa Sharif and 16 kilometers from Kot Addu. This barrage controls

Thoha Bahadar

The beauty of Thoha Bahadar, Chakwal. This place looks like Cappadocia, which can be a great place for a hot air balloon. this is a very beautiful place for tourists. This place is located in Chakwal city of Punjab.

Tilla Jogian

Tilla Jogian is an abandoned Hindu temple and monastic complex located on the summit of the Tilla Jogian mountain in the Salt Range of Pakistan’s Punjab province. The complex was the most important center for

Tomb of Ali Mardan Khan

The imposing tomb of Ali Mardan Khan is accessible by a 300 m long walkway, relieved by an interesting pattern of light and shade filtering through the lattice roof. Ali Mardan Khan was a noble at the court

Tomb of Asif Khan

The tomb of Asif Jah is located opposite to the tomb of Emperor Jahangir. Mirza Abul Hasan Asif Jah was the brother of Empress Nur Jahan, who was a beloved wife of Jahangir, and the father of Arjmand

Tomb of Bibi Jawindi

The Tomb of Bibi Jawindi is one of the five monuments in Uch Sharif, Punjab, Pakistan, that are on the tentative list of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Dating back to the 15th century

Tomb of Ghazi Khan

The tomb of Ghazi Khan, locally called handeera in Balochi was built at the beginning of the 15th century. This seems like the tomb of Shah Rukn-e-Alam in Multan. It is located in the Mulla Quaid Shah Graveyard.

Tomb of Khan-e-Jahan Bahadur Kokaltash

Khan-e-Jahan Bahadur Zafar Jhan Kokaltash was a high-ranking officer during the reign of Emperor Aurangzeb Alamgir. He served as subahdar of the Panjab from April 11th, 1691

Tomb of Muhammad Iqbal

The Tomb of Allama Muhammad Iqbal is a simple but impressive structure located in Iqbal Park in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan. Iqbal Park is one of the largest urban parks in Pakistan in the Hazuri Bagh lawn between the Badshahi Mosque and the

Tomb of Shah Rukn-e-Alam

The Tomb of Shah Rukn-e-Alam located in Multan, Pakistan, is the mausoleum of the Sufi saint Sheikh Rukn-ud-Din Abul Fateh. The shrine is considered to be the earliest example of Tughluq architecture

Khwaja Mehmud Tomb

Khwaja Mehmud was a Sufi religious leader from Bukhara who moved to Lahore during the reign of Shah Jahan. He was contemporary with Hazrat Mian Mir and was also noted as a great scholar

Kamran’s Baradari Gate

Baradari of Kamran Mirza is a summer pavilion in Lahore, Pakistan. It was built in 1540 by Kamran Mirza, a son of first Mughal emperor Babur, and a brother of the second Mughal emperor Humayun. The building

Hazrat Mian Mir Tomb

The Shrine of Mian Mir is a 17th-century shrine located in Lahore, Pakistan, that is dedicated to the Sufi mystic Mian Mir. The shrine is one of the most celebrated in Lahore and has historically been revered by both Muslims and Sikhs.

Gulabi Bagh Gateway

The Gulabi Bagh Gateway is the last remnant of a pleasure garden built by the Persian noble Mirza Sultan Baig in 1655. In its heyday, the garden measured 250 gas on aside. The site could not have functioned as

Gul Begum Bagh

Gul Begum was the wife of Maharaja Ranjit Singh, whom she married in 1831 when he was 51 years old. Gul Begum had first attracted the Maharaja’s attention when he saw her performing a dance for a number of

Wazir Khan Baradari

It is located near to Lahore Museum. The building is named after its founder, Hakim Ilmuddin, who also gifted the city of Lahore with some remarkable monuments like Wazir Khan Mosque & Wazir Khan’s Hamam

Sher Singh Baradari

The historical Sher Singh’s Baradari is located in the east of China scheme at Kot Khawaja Saeed. Maharaja Sher Singh was born in 1805 in Gujranwala into a Sikh family of Sukerchakia misleads. At the time, much

Prince Pervez Tomb

Parviz Mirza was the second son of Mughal emperor Jahangir from his third wife, Sahib Jamal. He was also a grandson of the third Mughal emperor Akbar. His daughter, Nadira Banu Begum, later became the wife of

Mian Khan Tomb

This is the tomb of Nawab Mian Khan, the son of Nawab Saadullah Khan who served as Prime Minister during the reign of Shah Jahan. It is built in the form of a baradari with a tripartite facade on four sides.

Tomb of Malik Ayyaz

Malik Ayyaz was the favorite and trusted General of Mahmud of Ghazni. Mahmud and Ayyaz are the foremost heroes of Lahore. It is generally accepted that Malik Ayyaz founded the

Shahi Masjid Chiniot

The Shahi Masjid Chiniot in central Chiniot is attributed to Saad Ullah Khan, the prime minister of Emperor Shah Jahan. It was constructed from 1646-55 at the height of the Mughal Empire.

Sheranwala Bagh Baradari

The Sheranwala Bagh Baradari is a garden pavilion reportedly built by Mahan Singh, the father of the famous Maharaja Ranjit Singh. It is a classic baradari, which literally means ’12 doors’ in reference to the

Ranjit Singh Summer Residence

Ram Bagh Palace or Ram Bagh Mahal, was the palace of Maharaja Ranjit Singh, founder of the Sikh Empire in Punjab, India. It was used as a summer palace by Ranjit Singh. The palace is

Lodhi-era Mosque of Eminabad

Along the east side of a small reservoir built in the era of Jahangir stands a modest one-story brick mosque. The Pakistani architect and historian Kamil Khan Mumtaz believes that it was constructed in the

Haveli of Maharaja Ranjit Singh

Ranjit Singh, the future leader of the Sikh Empire, was born in this stately haveli on November 13, 1780. His father, Mahan Singh was the leader of the Sukerchakia Misl, one of many small

Tomb of Jain Monk Atma Ramji

The Atma Ramji is located in central Gujranwala at the junction of the Grand Trunk Road and Parao Road. Constructed from the tail end of the 19th century into the early 20th, it memorializes

Tomb Of Raja Maha Singh

This tomb marks the cremation site of Mahan Singh, the father of Maharaja Ranjit Singh who founded the Sikh Empire. During his life, Mahan Singh served as ruler of the Sukerchakia Misl, one of 12 such Misl

Abdul Nabi Khan Mausoleum

About a half kilometer northeast of the village of Kotli Maqbara, the Abdul Nabi Khan Mausoleum rises elegantly from the fields. It was likely constructed in the era of Shah Jehan, but no definitive historical evidence links it to any particular

Vintage Park

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Wagah Border

Wagah or Wahga is a village and union council located in the Wahga Zone of Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan. The town is famous for the Wagah border ceremony and also serves as a goods transit terminal and a railway