Islamabad is the Capital of Pakistan, the only modern planned city and home to some of the great attractions of Pakistan. Although Islamabad is criticized for lacking adventure, on the contrary it is full of great tourist attractions that can keep you roaming the city for days. Tripkar brings to you the ultimate list of things to do in Islamabad!
Multan known as, Madinah-Tul-Oleyah (City of Saints), is one of the oldest cities in Pakistan. Multan is home to a number of influential Sufis and Saints in the past. Today, the shrines and mausoleums of these saints are situated in the city, giving it an immense religious importance.
Pakistan is host to some very funky and area specific transports that poses as an adventure. Due to influence of various countries and having survived many generations, now a collection of intriguing transports wait for you on your visit to different parts of Pakistan. Here are some common ways for traveling in Pakistan:
Muhammad Ali Jinnah was born on 25th December, 1876. Before passing away due to poor health on this date 67 years ago, he attained the title of Quaid-e-Azam and was credited as the founder of Pakistan. Here are some great locations to visit in remembrance of the iconic leader.
Pakistan is a country which is home to people from different cultures and religions. This diversity in the way of living has led to a large number of festivals being celebrated in the country. TripKar.com brings you a list of beautiful festivals of Pakistan celebrated to reflect our rich historical patronage and cultural enlightenment: