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:
“Aam khaye ga, aam?”
Yes, the season for everyone’s favourite fruit, Mango is here. Being one of the most famous countries for mango production, our awaam is extremely sensitive when it comes to someone NOT liking mangoes. “Aam pata hai kaun nahi khata? Gadha!”
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.
Be it a fun filled road trip or a flight to board, travelling calls for an unbridled food indulgence. For your ease, TripKar brings you a list of easy snack recipes that require a few ingredients and are extremely tasty! From cheesy grilled pizza to spicy fried chicken to chocolaty cookies, just a few minutes required and your traveling will ensue some of the best munching moments to ponder!
The toll of the Church bells, the aroma of the freshly brewed coffee, a midnight jaunt on a decorated gondola, reveling onto awe-inspiring masterpieces of ancient art and twisting streets directing towards bustling market squares- Venice portrays urban grandeur and romance at its best. For an unforgettable experience with your spouse visit Venice, a city immersed in water and connected by beautiful bridges that will leave you reeling in beauty and lure. Tripkar brings you a list of top 5 honeymoon destinations in Venice for an undeniably romantic getaway: