Zameen Expo 2019 – Islamabad is all set to launch tomorrow, so you should definitely head to the scenic capital city for a weekend full of lucrative property decision-making and family fun.
Additionally, why not turn your trip into a mini-vacation, and enjoy all that Islamabad has to offer?
Our wonderfully planned capital city, nestled in the rejuvenating terrain of the Margalla Hills, has a large number of visitors’ attractions for you and your family to enjoy. Here are a few that you need to consider:
The Margalla Hills have a large number of hiking trails for everyone – be they hiking beginners or experts. Hiking trail 5 Islamabad is especially popular as it is not difficult to climb, but is still long enough to evoke the feel of a full-on adventure. There is also a beautiful stream along the way with a well-maintained sitting area. It leads all the way up to Pir Sohawa, where there are even more attractions for you to immerse in.
Trail 5 has its own parking area, so you can leave your car there without any worries, have a lovely day out, and then round off the day with a visit to the Zameen Expo.
The Pir Sohawa Road has a large number of recreational facilities. Additionally, it allows you to see Islamabad from a birds’ eye view: a jaw-dropping spectacle like no other (especially at night). The Pir Sohawa distance from Islamabad is just 26 minutes (by car), so it is a trip not to miss out on.
You can also enjoy dinner at the Pir Sohawa Monal Restaurant, which has now become a staple for any visit to Islamabad. It could be the perfect ending to a day filled with exploring numerous options!
This museum is one of the most underrated attractions in Islamabad. It is open from 10 AM to 8 PM, so plan your visit accordingly. It has artefacts from ancient civilisations and showcases the diverse culture of Pakistan.
You can also visit the Pakistan Monument nearby, which is a tribute to the forefathers of the country.
If you’re more into eating out and shopping in urban centres, Kohsar Market is the place for you. Have some scrumptious breakfast at the famous Street 1 Café before a long day of exploring property, and also check out the tiny yet well-stocked bookshop in the market.
There are usually some stalls there as well with organic goods or traditional jewellery, so add this tiny yet significant market to your itinerary.
Saidpur is a historic village restored in 2006. It has been conserved as a representation of Pakistan’s rich history. It includes an ancient Hindu temple, a Sikh Gurdwara, and a Sufi tomb. It has a number of restaurants, cafes, and even an art gallery, making it an excellent tourist attraction.
So, be sure you drop by this quaint yet beautiful village near the Daman-e-Koh overlook. You will get some great food and some really interesting history lessons.
Come to Pak-China Friendship Centre for Zameen Expo 2019 – Islamabad this weekend, and enjoy your time in the scenic federal capital.