Located 60km northeast of Islamabad, Murree served as the summer and winter capital of the Punjab province during the British Raj. Today it has become one of the most famous tourist attractions in the country and people from all over Pakistan travel to this beautiful hill station. However, finding a good restaurant at Murree can be quiet tricky, mainly due to the sheer number of options available. Tripkar brings you a list of some amazing restaurants in Murree to guide you to the best places to eat in Murree:
Christians make up the largest religious minority in Pakistan, in 2005 around 2.5 million Christians were estimated to have been living in Pakistan and this number has only grown in the last decade. Having a large Christians population means having some spectacularly beautiful churches too, Tripkar brings you a list of must visit churches in Pakistan we have compiled for anyone and everyone interested in religious architecture.
Karachi, known as the city of lights is the economic hub of Pakistan. Having a population of around 23.5 million people it is the most densely populated city within the country and the second most densely populated city in the world. Due to its large population and great economic activity, it is host to some of the best tourist’s attractions as well. That is if you visit, there are a lot of things to do in Karachi.
As the world is evolving, women around the globe are being empowered by their critical roles and services to different sectors of development. Pakistan isn’t far behind when it comes to the achievement of the female gender. Pakistan has provided a great platform for some young, motivated women to make literal journeys to greatness. Following are some inspirational female travelers in Pakistan who traveled to remarkable places in astounding ways.
Pakistan has not been viewed as a multicultural society. With its rich cultural background and deep intermixing of religious and native customs, little room is left for the country to be influenced by other cultures. Or so we thought. In retrospect, culture is bound to diversify as time goes on and the adaptive nature of people living in any community makes it impossible to avoid change. Tripkar brings you some interesting facts to consider Pakistan as a global village: