Multan stands as the cultural and literal hub of Pakistan. The city is known for the large number of shrines of Sufi saints, and a large number of people from all over the country and as well as from all over the worlds visit these shrines regularly. Tripkar brings you the ultimate list of things to do in Multan on your next visit:
Traveling can be a cumbersome experience for those who do not travel too often but some clever travel hacks can help you to not only save time but also money. Tripkar asked their frequent travelers to share travel hacks that have made traveling easier for them and here are the top 7 travel hacks that we came up with!
Technology has come a long way in the last two decades or so. There used to be a time when extra photograph films were a must have for any traveler. Today, we have digital cameras with memories which never seem to run out, In short, technology hasn’t only revolutionized not just our daily lives, but made traveling much less of a hassle. Tripkar brings you a list of 6 must have travel gadgets to make your trip better.
Traveling is supposed to be fun and that’s the way it should be for everyone. Yet if you are prone to allergies or tend to get sick while traveling to new places, it can turn into a nightmare! The best thing you can do to avoid this is to take proper precautions before and while traveling and prepare well in advance for any sort of emergencies. A good travel first aid kit is very handy in dealing with minor sicknesses, bruises, cuts and wounds, making it a must have for any traveler.
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: