List of tourist attractions in Islamabad

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Scenic view of Islamabad from Daman-i-Koh

This is a list of all the notable tourist attractions in the City of Islamabad, the capital of Pakistan, however it does not include the city of Rawalpindi. Daman-i-Koh, Margalla Zoo, Pakistan Monument, Faisal Mosque and Rawal lake view point are among the top tourist attractions in Islamabad.

General[edit]

View of Sun Rises from Rawal Lake view park Islamabad
Islamabad Clock

Rock Climbing[edit]

There are many spots for rock climbing in Margalla Hills, including Jungle Rock (F 6a:8a), God Rock (F 6b+:7b), Legacy Wall (F 6a:7c+), Jasmin Corner (F 4b:5a), Belvedere (F 4c:6b+), Hidden Rock (F 6a:6c), Music Lounge (F 5c:6c) Beetle’s Nest (F 5b:6c+, including multi-pitch route), Well Hidden Rock (F 5a:8a), Holiday Rock (F 5b:5b), Said Pur View (F 5c:8a) and Shaddarrah (F 5c:6a).[1] [2]

Parks[edit]

The Rawal lake view.

Museums & Art Galleries[edit]

Islamabad di Daat

Model Village[edit]

  • Potohari Arts & Craft Village
  • Saidpur Village Resort

Mosques and shrines[edit]

rightA view of Shah Faisal Mosque from adjoing yard.

Food Streets[edit]

  • Aabpara Food Street
  • Blue-Area Food Street

Sporting facilities[edit]

Main markets[edit]

Every populated sector in Islamabad has a main market referred as a Markaz.

  • Super Market/F-6 Markaz
  • Jinnah Super Market/F-7 Markaz
  • Ayyub Market/F-8 Markaz
  • karachi company/G-9 Markaz
  • Allah Wali Market [F-8/1]
  • Meditteranean Food Court Diplomatic Enclave [G-5 Markaz]
  • Cafe Arab Market [G-6/2]
  • Jumah Bazar [Near Peshawar Mor G-9 and G-6]

Government buildings[edit]

Prime Minister Secretariat
Parliament House

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Arran, John (2012). "A Guide to Climbing in Margalla" (PDF). Rock Climbing Islamabad. Pakistan Alpine Institute. Retrieved 12 October 2013. 
  2. ^ http://www.pakistanalpine.com/rock-climbing-pakistan/

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