Pakistan is an exotic country that is well known for its strong cultural and religious heritage. Seeping with beautiful landscapes, traditional markets and stunningly carved mosques, Pakistan is an experience like no other.
Stop along the Paradise Market, located in the Saddar District of Karachi, where a huge market is teeming with handmade gifts, scarves, wood carved jewellery boxes and a variety of other knick knacks. Try on some traditional Pakistani clothing, you’ll be amazed at how light yet protective it is, specially designed to protect you from the sun and the heat.
Take a day out to see the glorious Lake Saiful Maluk, located in the Kaghan Valley. Named after the famous Prince Saif-Ul-Maluk who apparently fell in love with a fairy from the mountains at that very lake, the lake is surrounded by huge snowy mountains. Share a jeep with other travellers or hire a car and drive there yourself! On sunny days the peak of the Malika Parbat – meaning queen of the mountains, can be seen reflected in the clear waters of the lake.
Pakistan is a rich country with so much to offer, including exotic dishes and traditional clothing in abundance. Truly the only way to experience Pakistani culture in all its glory is to come and visit it for yourself.