Top 10 Places You should Visit in Islamabad

Islamabad being the capital territory of the Pakistan is a worth visiting place. Islamabad is well-known for its modern community and best amusement places. Let us Introduce you some of the top visiting spots in Islamabad.

 Shah Faisal Masjid

Shah Faisal Masjid is the biggest mosque in Pakistan, Completed in 1986, it was outlined by a Turkish architect, molded like a desert Bedouin’s tent (Arabic Tent) with the four minarets which add to its beauty and make it a notable image of Islamabad throughout the world.

One of the world’s largest mosques, the Shah Faisal Masjid is an architectural wonder situated in Islamabad, Pakistan. This mosque stands as a testament to the deep connection that exists between Saudi Arabia and Pakistan; it was built with the generous support of the late King Faisal bin Abdul-Aziz of Saudi Arabia.

A remarkable fusion of contemporary and conventional Islamic design, the Shah Faisal Masjid was created by the Turkish architect Vedat Dalokay. In its distinctive layout, four tall minarets rise to the sky like flower petals, and a large concrete roof supports the main prayer space.

Clean lines and a minimalist design highlight the mosque’s grandeur, evoking a sense of peace and respect for those who visit and pray there. One of the biggest mosque halls in the world, the main prayer hall can hold as many as 100,000 people.


 Daman -e- Koh

While touring on Daman -e- Koh one can appreciate the lovely site of the entire city. Tuck shops and snack bars add taste to an excursion. Situated just outside of Islamabad, Pakistan, Daman-e-Koh is a tranquil and beautiful lookout point inside Margalla Hills National Park. Locals and visitors alike flock to Daman-e-Koh, whose Urdu name means “Foot of the Mountain,” for its breathtaking panoramas of the expansive city below.

Refreshingly situated at an altitude of approximately 2,500 feet above sea level, Daman-e-Koh offers a respite from the din of city life. Enjoying refreshing breezes and verdant surroundings, it’s an ideal getaway for those who love nature and enjoy outdoor activities.

The lovely ascent along the meandering road that slices through the Margalla Hills is a must-do when visiting Daman-e-Koh. Viewpoints provide breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside, and guests may take in the park’s varied flora and animals as they stroll about.

The park area at Daman-e-Koh is large and well-kept, with plenty of chairs and picnic areas—ideal for a day spent lounging around with loved ones. A number of hiking paths, from leisurely strolls to more strenuous excursions, enabling parkgoers to explore the hills and woods that surround the park.

Located in the middle of Daman-e-Koh is a viewing platform that provides panoramas of Islamabad and its famous sites, such as the Faisal Mosque and the expansive city skyline, without obstruction. At Daman-e-Koh, every moment is a visual feast, whether you’re taking in the warm radiance of the city lights at night or the bright hues of a sunset painting the sky.


Pakistan museum of Natural History

This museum is eminent among the students as well as tourists who want to discover the early mankind’s history and Animals.

Rawal Lake

The Rawal Lake is a rich amusement point for the vacationers. Rawal dam was built in this lake in 1962 which has a storage capacity of approximately 47,500-acre feet. Here tourists can appreciate fishing, picnic, and sailing.


The Islamabad Zoo

Islamabad Zoo is an exceptional and lovely picnic spot, particularly for the Children. Here are a number of creatures, birds, and assortment of species which adds an additional delight to this zoo.


Shakarparian Hills

Shakarparian is located near zero points; the most special thing about Shakarparian is that whenever any foreigner delegate comes in Pakistan he/she plants a tree as a symbol of peace and harmony among them.


Margalla Hills

This is the site designed by nature, especially for hikers. There are a lot of hiking tracks with suitable weather conditions.

Lok Virsa Museum

It is one of the most delightful museums in Pakistan which depicts the culture and exhibits living style of different areas in statues, pictures, pottery and textile work.

Pakistan Monument Museum

It is shaped like a blooming flower. Inside it, one can find a lot of reference books, and art which exhibits the history of Pakistan.


Pir Sohawa

Pir Sohawa is the rapidly developing resort, Especially the Monal restaurant gains attention because of its eye-catching beauty with taste.


Aisha Rajpoot
Aisha Rajpoot
is a part time writer and love to write on technology, drama's and entertainment.
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