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For those of you who look for new endeavors to pursue and experience, here is an opportunity for you to dwell into!
Dinner in the Sky is Coming to Karachi!
A Belgian success story in the skies of more than 40 countries is now going to open there branch in Karachi as well. The company known as Hakuna Matata, is a specialized amusement park installations that deploy cranes to provide a unique dining experience! that is; A freshly prepared meal, fine dining and an astounding experience, all in all being suspended in the air!
Overshadowed by propaganda and a wave of terrorism, thinking about solo travel in Pakistan is hard to believe! There is a fair bit of taboo surrounding travel in Pakistan, but honestly, the country is a safe place to visit. Undoubtedly blessed with mother nature’s abundant bounties, Pakistan is definitely a country to enjoy slow and solo traveling. From historic caricatures and monuments filled with medieval antiquity to natures disposition, visit the place yourself and you certainly won’t be disappointed! With no further ado, here is a list of interesting solo travel destinations in Pakistan for you to revel in:
If you are a local or a tourist and planning to go on a wild rendezvous, here is an interesting list bizarre of foods to eat in Pakistan: We DARE you!
Buttain basically refers to the insides of a cow stomach. If you are keen on eating guts this is the dish for you! Buttain is cooked using spices and red curry to boast flavors. However, the texture of the meat looks like a towel.
Bakra Eid is here and so is gourmet foods and tasty family feasts! Eid al Adha is all about celebration, gratitude and food- loads and loads of sugar dipped sweets, scrumptious bite-size appetizers and delicious entrées. All foodies aboard, here is a list of meaty dishes for you to try and entice everyone!
Overshadowed by propaganda and a wave of terrorism, Pakistan is a country which one HAS to see for himself/ herself in order to get the true picture. It is a place full of unusual yet amusing things to experience: five people squeezed on one bike, cricket in the streets, fresh orange coils of jalebi piled up on a piece of newspaper, children swimming in the canal during summers to fight the scorching heat of the sun, the tinkle of colourful, shiny bangles on Eid, the scent of mehndi on Chand Raat and happy faces dancing on the roads to celebrate the Pakistan victory in cricket against India. These are just a few things which if seen in real will make you wonder “Is Pakistan really that beautiful?” For make believe, here is a list of crazy things to do as a tourist in Pakistan:
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