Punjab is an important administrative unit or province of Pakistan, it is second largest province of Pakistan by area, whereas it is the largest province by population. The meaning of Punjab is, five-waters, as there are five main rivers flowing in it. Lahore is the provincial capital of Punjab, which is an historical and culture center of Pakistan.
It is located on Pir Sohawa Road just near Margalla Ave at the foot of the Margalla Hills. Zoo has a fine collection of different types of animals and animals. Dino park is another beautiful attraction for children in zoo, which has different models of dino family.
Mughal Emperor, Jahangir, died in 1627 at the place of Rajauri coming from Kashmir to Lahore. He was buried in Bagh-e-Dil Kusha, a garden constructed by Empress Noor Jahan, at Shahdara on the bank of the River Ravi. His tomb was completed by Mughal Emperor, Shan Jahan.
Jahlar Lake is small but gives a very attractive, calm, and magical atmosphere. It is one of the most beautiful lakes in the Salt Range. Tourists can never ignore to admire its beauty, It is at a distance of 18km from Naushehra via Suraki village. Its water contains strong acidic elements due to there is no life in the lake, but even it is a living place for the number of migrating birds in the winter season.
Jallo Forest Park is forest reserve area in Lahore and ideal location for one day picnic point at the distance of 25 km from Lahore Railway Station. It is number of playing grounds with lush green grass, plants of beautiful colors around them, and vast number of plants in forest reserves. There are also number of huts within the dense forest to enjoy the natural view of forest.
Jallo Park Lake is an ideal location for one day picnic to boating. Paddle boats and streamers are available there. Inside the lake, there is a beautiful garden with rose flowers and many others. A line of huge trees around it gives one of the memorable evenings with a cool breeze touching the waters of the lake.
Rose and Jasmine Garden is located on Shakarparian Hills in Islamabad on Kashmir Highwary. Park is an ideal location for nature lover with full of different types of flowers specially rose. One can feel the romantic aroma of flowers everywhere in the garden.
Jinnah Garden, also known as Company Baagh, is a beautiful park, located at the distance of 2km from Faisalabad Railway Station via Mall Road, turn right on Club Road after The Chenab Club. It is a very old park in Faisalabad. A baradari is there within the natural beauty of colorful flowers and green and shady trees. It is the best for one-day spending to get comfort and relaxation.
Kalabagh is situated in Mianwali District in Punjab, at the distance of 415 km from Lahore, turn left from Islamabad-Lahore Motorway M-2 on Talagang-Chakwal Road, on the western bank of the Indus River in the Salt Range, and a wonderful scenic views of the Indus River through the hills.
Kallar Kahar, a valley of peacocks, is located in Chakwal district at a distance of 250km from Lahore on Islamabad-Lahore Motorway M2. It is famous for its beautiful saltwater lakes and natural garden of loquat trees, with wildlife especially peacocks.
Kamran ki Baradari was built by Kamran Mirza son of Mughal Emperor Babur, in 1540 on the island in the River Ravi near the Lahore Ravi Bridge at the distance of 9 km from Lahore Railway station on G. T. Road just before the Lahore Ravi Bridge.
Khabbaki Lake is another very attractive lake near Khabbaki village on Naushehra-Jaba Road at the distance of 11 km from Naushehra, the main town in the Soon Valley. There is small passage descended down toward lake from the main road, which leads toward the other side of the same road.
In Kenhatti Garden, a traditional style Punjabi village is located, which becomes a main attraction for visitors. Passage is defined to move inside the village and house around the passage are decorated well to attract tourists. You are not allowed to enter inner streets of village nor even in adjoining houses.
kenhatti-waterfall is a very charming place in Kenhatti Garden, which is easily accessed via 2 km trek in the garden. While leading toward waterfall on the trek, tourist can enjoy the lush green views of the different sites of the garden and observe number of fruit trees. Another major attraction is the Kenhatti village on the trek, which is a traditional style Punjab village with mud houses, grazing cattle, traditional living style of natives and natural environment.
At the end of trek in Kenhatti Garden, a beautiful and fantastic waterfall is one of another attraction for tourist. They can enjoy the pleasant atmosphere around the small lake near waterfall and even take bathe but be careful as stones and rocks are slippery there. This waterfall and lake is part of the Gambhir River in this area.
Just before Khabbaki lake, the Khabbaki village is just located on the main Naushehra-Jaba Road. From the main road inside the Khabbaki village, small lake called Khabeki is located.
Khabbaki Lake is another very attractive lake near Khabbaki village on Naushehra-Jaba Road at the distance of 11km from Naushehra, the main town in the Soon Valley. There is a small passage descended down toward the lake from the main road, which leads toward the other side of the same road.
Khanpur Canal, also known as Canal Upper Chenab, starts from the River Chenab at Head Marala and ends in the River Ravi. It is a beautiful lake within the shades of trees, which gives it a very splendid view at various locations. One of that beautiful and charming locations is near Sheikhupura on Lahore-Sargodha Road. People often stay there to enjoy the cool breeze and pleasant atmosphere of Khanpur Canal.
Khunjerab Pass is a gateway between Pakistan and China, at an elevation of 15,397 feet in the Karakoram Range in Nagar, Gilgit. It is the highest border crossing in the World and is located at a distance of 270km from Gilgit main city.
On the occasion of Independence Day of Pakistan, all of the major building in Lahore and other main cities, are decorated with lights. So Lahore Railway station is decorated with colorful lights and represents a fantastic view at night on Independence Day of Pakistan.
Lal Suhanra National Park is situated in Bahawalpur District at the distance of 35 KM from Bahawalpur Railway Station in the South side. It covers an area of 162568 acres with different landscape including desert, forest, and wetland. It was established in 1972 to preserve endangered fauna and flora in the Cholistan Desert. Derawar Fort is situated in Ahmadpur East at the distance of 130 KM in the South of Bahawalpur. Chinkara, Blackduck, and Blue bull are the most immportant wildlife in the part.