Fishing has been an important part of Pakistan’s economy and leisure since a very long time. A major part of the population of coastal areas of Baluchistan and Sindh survives on aqua farming, either by consuming seafood or selling fish to local and international markets. Export of fish generates a decent amount of revenue for the fishermen as well as the local economy. Pakistan, especially the Punjab province, consists of some great recreation, hunting and fishing spots in Pakistan.
Usually in Pakistan you will find rickshaw drivers parked at every corner. Although convenient and cheap, riding a rickshaw is challenging. The ride is bumpy, uncomfortable seats, foul odor and the very threat of rash driving and collision is always ahead. However, with the technological advancement and the ease of Android and iOS phones, gone are the days when travelling without your private car was like a nightmare. With the introduction of newly emerging cab service in Pakistan, you can now enjoy comfortable, timely and systematic fare charging transportation experience in Pakistan.
Pictures hold a special value for people because they help them remember some of the best moments of their lives. However carrying a professional DSLR camera while traveling can be tedious. You don’t need to bring a professional camera thanks to the technological advancements. There are a number of applications that can create fantastic travel pictures which will make everyone fall in love with your captures!
The ruins of long-vanished civilizations dot the landscape and ancient canals still flow from water source to field. Gigantic trees shade bare rocks from relentless sun, their leaves whispering as they catch and tame the fierce morning breezes. There are places where geologic time and natural rhythms merge to create a place that seems to take you a step outside of time. Such place is the majestic Hunza Valley, situated in Gilgit Baltistan, amidst grand Himalayas and Karakorum mountain ranges, visited by both local and international tourists for its immense and breath taking natural beauty.
Malaysia, one of the top most visited tourist destinations is a colorful, multi-cultural and multi-religious nation. Home to Malays, Indians, Chinese and various other nationalities living in peace and harmony, this country promotes peace. Divided in half by the South China Sea, this beautiful tourist destination hosts various natural and man-made attractions including colonial architecture, misty tea plantations and islands surrounded by deep blue sea and glistening golden sand. Malaysia also hosts thick wild jungles providing shelter to orangutans and remote tribes. The country is also known for a variety of taste tantalizing dishes and beverages. Travelers can enjoy fusion cuisines including the famous Chinese-Indian curries and the famous ‘Nasi Lemak’, in which the rice are cooked in coconut milk and served with fried anchovies. Tripkar brings you a list of great places to visit in Malaysia and have the time of your life!