10 most unique and famous visiting sites in Pakistan

Murree

Murree, an ideal and modern hill station, is situated on the Pir Panjal Range in Punjab at an altitude of 7,516 feet above sea level. It is located at a distance of 72 km from Rawalpindi through Islamabad-Murree Expressway - N75 and can be accessed easily from Rawalpindi and Muzzafarabad. It is the most famous and modern hill station in Pakistan.

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Kaghan

Kaghan Valley, a scenic wonderland, is at height of beauty among many beautiful valleys in Hazara in the Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa, Pakistan. It is one hundred and sixty kilometers long valley in the Lower Himalayan mountain range, having an elevation of 2,134 feet to 13,690 feet at Babusar Pass.

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Multan

Multan, the premier center of southern Punjab, is located on the banks of the Chenab River at the distance of 338 km from Lahore. It is accessed via Abdul Hakeem Motorway M-3 as well as National Highway N-5. Multan is the fifth largest populous city of Pakistan. Multan is also known as cultural center in the province Punjab. Multan is also known as city of saints due to number of shrines of Sufi saints.

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Passu

Passu is a small village located on the Hunza River at the distance of 150 km from Gilgit on the Karakoram Highway next to Gulmit in Gojal on the edge of the Passue Glacier and the Batura Glasier. Passu Cathedral, also known as Passu Cones, at an altitude of 20,033 feet, provides very attractive view for tourists from the Karakoram Highway. The Cathedral Ridge has beautiful view just from the Karakoram Highway near Passu village.

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Gojal Upper Hunza

Gojal is the largest city in Baltistan next to Hunza, having a border with China and Afghanistan. It connects with China through the Khunjerab Pass and with Afghanistan through the Chapursan Valley. Gojal, also known as Upper Hunza, is the highest mountains area in the Karakoram and Pamir mountain ranges, at an average elevation of 4,000 meters.

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Chitral

Chitral, a beautiful valley in the Hindukush Range, is located on the western bank of the Chitral River, in the Northwest of Pakistan at the far end border with Afghanistan. Chitral is famous for the scenic beauty of Tirich Mir, which is the highest peak in the Hindukush Range.

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Sharda Valley

Sharda is a small hill station in the Neelum Valley and located at a distance of 136 km from Muzaffarabad at an altitude of 1,981 meters. It is one of the most beautiful valleys and is famous for its charming scenic attraction. Sharda Valley is located on the foot of two peaks, Sharda and Nardi. There are historical ruins of Hindu temples dedicated to the goddess Sharda. It remains a center point for Hinduism and Buddhism in the ninth century.

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Uch Sharif

Uch Sharif is situated at the distance of 73 km from Bahawalpur in Ahmadpur East in South Punjab. Once it was at the confluence of the Indus and Chenab rivers but now that confluence has moved to Mithankot.

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Cholistan Desert

The Cholistan Desert is the most popular and largest desert in the Southern Punjab, that is the part of the Thar Desert. It was fertile land in 4000 BC due to water from the Himalayas, but due to climate change and with scarcity of water, it turns into barren desert. It also has ancient settlements from the Indus Valley civilization.

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Derawar Fort

Derawar Fort is situated in Ahmadpur East at the distance of 130 KM in the South of Bahawalpur. It is a square fortress in the Cholistan Desert. It is also known as Bhati Fort and was built in 9th century by Rai Jajja Solanki, a Rajput ruler of the Solanki clan. Then it was rebuilt in 1732 by Nawab Sadeq Mohammad Khan. It was initially known as Dera Rawal, then became Derawar.

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