Best Places in Islamabad to Spend Eid Holidays 2020(Everyone Should Visit)
Islamabad is rich in beauty, greenery, peace and cleanliness with proper planning and development. It is located in Pothohar Plateau between Rawalpindi District and Margalla Hills to the northeastern part of Pakistan. Islamabad is the capital of Pakistan with many beautiful and historical places for visiting. As Eid-ul-Fitr is coming in this month and you should go for a visit in Islamabad with your friends and family. There are many attractive and Best Places in Islamabad for visiting on this Eid.
Best Places to Visit in Islamabad
Here are some most beautiful and Best Places in Islamabad for visiting on this Eid with details. You should go in Islamabad with your love ones and make your Eid celebration more joyful and memorable.
1. Faisal Mosque
Faisal Mosque is the most iconic place for Pakistan not only Islamabad. It is the largest mosque in Pakistan’s capital Islamabad and the major tourist attraction point. It’s the fourth largest mosque in the world in terms of capacity. More than 300,000 worshipers can pray in this mosque because it has a wide area as 5,000 m2. It has a unique design outlined by a Turkish architect as it is “desert Bedouin’s tent” shape with the four minarets.
2. Pakistan Monument
Pakistan Monument is the most important and real historical place situated in Islamabad at Shakarpariyan hills. We can see our most precious history in this place and can learn about Pakistan’s history as it shows the history, development, and culture of Pakistan. It is the most entertaining point in Islamabad to visit. It has the shape of a blooming flower. The four main petals represents Pakistan’s four provinces (Punjab, Sindh, Baluchistan and Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa) while the three smaller petals represents its three territories (Gilgit-Baltistan, Azad Kashmir and the Federally Administered Tribal Areas).
3. Saidpur Village
Village is located on the foothills of Margalla mountain area and it is the village of Mughal-era with a heritage look. It has an amazing view and represents the traditional culture with modern lifestyle and the favorite picnic spot for locals and foreigners. You will find a large no.of cafes and restaurants, art gallery, temple and old style houses in Saidpur village. Many stalls of almost all things are placed here and people are playing the classical musical instrument.
4. Lok Virsa Museum
Lok Virsa Museum and Pakistan Monument are very close to each other on just 5 minutes driving. Lok Virsa Museum has the cultural and heritage values and shows different lifestyles of people in Pakistan. You can go inside the museum by taking entry ticket and you can’t capture images inside the museum due to the security issues.
5. Rawal Lake
Rawal Lake is full of beautiful and unseen beauty in Islamabad. Rawal dam is also built in this lake. You can hire paddle boats or motor boats on rent for fishing and sailing. There is also a park in front of the lake where you can make your picnics more joyful and memorable. Must visit Rawal Lake whenever you go in Islamabad and enjoy the beauty with capturing it in your cameras.
A beautiful scenic spot located on the Margalla hills to look a great view of Islamabad city from mountains. It is the picnic point and well-maintained garden and has a golf course also. If you are a nature lover then must visit this peaceful place. It is the most adventures point for adventurers and travelers. You can see a large no. of monkeys roaming around there. They snatch people’s food so beware of them. Many tuck shops and snack bars are also here for providing food to visitors.