Impressive Modern Livings in Pakistan

On the modern era, Pakistan also shows great modernism in the construction and development of various cities and building. There are splendid modern views of various beautiful buildings and town in all over Pakistan.

The major cities like Islamabad, Karachi, and Lahore give the more superb stylish modern living and there are collection of remarkable modern landmarks in the town.

It provides an inclusive collections of beautiful pictures of Modern Livings in different areas of Pakistan.

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  • Altit Fort

    Altit Fort

    Altit Fort, a historical landmark almost 1100 years old, is located on a big rock in Altit town in the Hunza valley, Gilgit-Baltistan at a distance of 5 km from Hunza Valley on the bank of the Hunza River. It was the old residency of Rulers of Hunza before Baltit Fort and it is also considered as the oldest building in Gilgit-Baltistan.
    Visiting Locations in Altit Fort

  • Badshahi Mosque

    Badshahi Mosque was constructed by Mughal Emperor, Muhammad Aurangzeb Alamgir, in April 1673 in front of Alamgiri Gate of Lahore Fort. Its work was supervised by Muzaffar Hussain, also known as Fadai Khan Koha, brother of Aurangzeb. It is the third-largest mosque in Pakistan and has a capacity of 60,000 people at a time.
    Visiting Locations in Badshahi Mosque

  • Baghwali Mosque

    Visiting Locations in Baghwali Mosque

  • Baltit Fort

    Baltit Fort is situated on Old Fort Road in Karamiabad, Hunza, Gilgit-Baltistan just at the distance of one kilometre on a big rock. It was constructed in 17th century for the daughter of the balti ruler on the top of hill. Fort is presenting in Balti-style with balconies, windows, fireplaces, etc. Tourists can have beautiful scenery view of the fort with broader view of background mountain ranges.
    Visiting Locations in Baltit Fort

  • Central Library

    Central Library of Bahawalpur is an old and important library of Pakistan in Bahawalpur, situated at the distance of 5 km on Medical Colony Ave Road via Railway Circular Road before Bahawalpur Museum. There is a huge collection of books around 1,05,000 in number. It is the second biggest public library in Punjab.
    Visiting Locations in Central Library

  • Clock Tower Multan

    Ghanta Ghar or Clock Tower of Multan is located at the distance of 5 km from Multan Railway Station, on Abdali Road, It was constructed in 1884 during British Raj. It has three clocks on top of its building on three side. It is accessible through Daewoo Express Terminal Multan via Saheed Younis Road.
    Visiting Locations in Clock Tower Multan

  • Clock Tower Sialkot

    Visiting Locations in Clock Tower Sialkot

  • Darbar mahal

    The Darbar Mahal is a historic fort located in Bahawalpur, Pakistan at a distance of 6km from Bahawalpur Railway Station through Railway Road and turn right for Girls School Road, on Darbar Road. It is masterpiece construction in red bricks and has an excellent view just like the ancient Mughalai Forts, but it is not a fort, it was a palace used by one of the wive of Nawab. Its interior construction is very attractive just representing the royal touch of princely State of Bahawalpur.
    Visiting Locations in Darbar mahal

  • faisal mosque

    Shah Faisal Mosque, the most famous place in Islamabad, is located in the Margalla Hills at a distance of 10km from Zero Point Islamabad. It is amazing creativity for those coming to visit the mosque. It is among the beautiful mosques in Pakistan. It has four beautiful minarets on the four corners of the look the mosque. The view of the mosque at night is more charming and eye-catching. Its construction was funded by King Shah Faisal of Saudi Arabia.
    Visiting Locations in faisal mosque

  • Frere Hall

    Frere Hall is one of the many British Colonial-era buildings, located at the distance of 2 km from Karachi Railway Station in front of the Marriott Hotel, on Fatima Jinnah Road. This building has a very unique architectural design that attracts tourists to study the history of the British era. There are two gardens, now named as Baghe-e-Jinnah.
    Visiting Locations in Frere Hall

  • Governor Cottage Chitral

    Governor cottage is beautiful and graceful architecture which exemplifies the glorious and typical Chitrali style of construction. Now this place is open for general public. Governor Cottage is placed at a height location and surrounded by greenery. You will find many historical objects which are preserved there and are in very good shape. After visiting this place you will surely get an idea about the royal living style of Mehar of Chitral.
    Visiting Locations in Governor Cottage Chitral

  • Ilyasi Mosque

    Visiting Locations in Ilyasi Mosque

  • Islamabad

    Islamabad, the capital of Pakistan, is located in the northeastern part of Pakistan in the Pothohar Plateau on the foot of Margalla Hills at a distance of 295 km from Lahore at an elevation of 1770 feet above sea level. It can be accessed through G. T. Road as well as Lahore-Islamabad Motorway.
    Visiting Locations in Islamabad

  • Jam-e-Masjid Sukkur

    Visiting Locations in Jam-e-Masjid Sukkur

  • Jamia Masjid Dewan Umar Farooq Islamabad

    Visiting Locations in Jamia Masjid Dewan Umar Farooq Islamabad

  • Jamia Mosque Ziarat

    Jamia Mosque Ziarat is located near Ziarat Mall on Quetta-Loralai Road. Mosque looks beatiful in the shades of mountains and its view becomes more charming under the falling snow.
    Visiting Locations in Jamia Mosque Ziarat

  • Lahore Railway Station

    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.
    Visiting Locations in Lahore Railway Station

  • Mall Road Murree

    Murree Mall Road is one of the best place to visit and to shop in modern styled hill station of Murree within the cool and pleasant weather. Every visitor in Murree loves to visit and walk on the Mall Road. There are number of restaurants and shops along the road. Visitors can purchase different items such as garments, entiques, precious stones, dry fruits, etc. Along the road, you can also enjoy hot tea and coffee from the number of coffee shops.
    Visiting Locations in Mall Road Murree

  • Masjid-e-Shuhada

    Masjid-e-Shuhada is situated on Mall road near Regal Chowk and was constructed in the memory of martyr of 1965 war between Pakistan and India. The entire mosque is under a large size dome on the pillars and a cone shaped minaret on its back side.
    Visiting Locations in Masjid-e-Shuhada

  • Minar-e-Pakistan

    Minar-e-Pakistan, an important building, was constructed in memory of the independence of Pakistan. The resolution of Pakistan on 23 March 1940 was passed in the same place. It was the first call for the independence of a separate homeland for the Muslims of the sub-continent. It was an important event in the history of Pakistan when a separate Muslim state was demanded.
    Visiting Locations in Minar-e-Pakistan

  • Mirpur

    Mirpur, the largest city of Azad Kashmir and also known for its modern bungalows and buildings, is located at a distance of 218 km from Lahore. It is also known as New Mirpur City. Mirpur is mainly an agricultural city, and is famous for millet, maize, and good quality rice of Khari Sharif. Most of its local people migrated to England, so it is also known as Little England.
    Visiting Locations in Mirpur

  • Mohatta Palace

    The Mohatta Palace is located in Clifton, Karachi at a distance of 4 km from Karachi Railway Station via Hatim Alvi Road. It was built by Shivratan Chandraratan Mohatta, a Hindu Marwari businessman in 1927, as his summer home on an area of 18,500 sq ft. in Rajasthan construction style with pink and yellow stones.
    Visiting Locations in Mohatta Palace

  • Monal Restaurant

    Visiting Locations in Monal Restaurant

  • Multan Fort

    Multan Fort, also known as Fort Kohna, was built for the defense purpose between 800 and 1000 B.C. by the Katoch Dynasty in Multan on Qilla Kohna Qasim Bagh Road, near the Shrine of Shah Rukn-e-Alam at the distance of 3 km from Multan Railway Station.
    Visiting Locations in Multan Fort