Ever heard of a mysterious Barnum-inspired-half fox and half women telling fortunes from 1977? Unbelievable as it is, Pakistan is filled with some of the most unusual places you can imagine. From ancient cities to the most dangerous bridge in the world to Ship Breaking Yard of Gaddani, discover some of these mysterious places, that will leave you reeling in anticipation and perplexity!
PakWheels.com and Mountain Dew in collaboration with the Government of Gilgit Baltistan present Sarfaranga Desert Rally 2017! The most anticipated event will be held at one of the most beautiful, highest Cold Desert of the world in Skardu.
Since Eid is around the corner, here is a special Eidi for all the travelers. Saving your time and effort to stand in lines to book your Daewoo tickets in the scorching heat of the sun, Tripkar.com has partnered with Daewoo Bus service, offering a one step and smooth online bus ticket booking facility. So while traveling anywhere across Pakistan on Daewoo Bus Service, avail online Daewoo booking service through Tripkar and travel hassle free.
A lot of non-Muslims might consider traveling during the month of Ramadan especially to a Muslim country, a daunting idea. During the month of Ramadan, Muslims fast, in all senses of the word: no food or water, no swearing, no lies, no cigarette or anything that has a taste, before the Maghrib prayer. So, to many non-Muslims, the month of Ramadan can seem to be scary. But for Muslims, the month of Ramadan is the most beautiful time of the year and usually the favourite time of the year too. It’s the month when Muslims come together and enthusiastically practice self-discipline for God. So, here is what its like traveling in Pakistan during Ramadan.
After Metro project and Orange Train (still in progress) CM Punjab, Mian Shahbaz Sharif has announced yet another transport system for the locals, the Ropeways Transport System. The CM chose to break the news through his official Facebook page yesterday, which went viral within a few hours.