Travel & Trips

Tourism In Pakistan – A Must Try

Pakistan is a beautiful country with breathtaking tourist spots. Tourism in Pakistan is a must try because of all the excessive natural beauty present in the northern areas of the country. Pakistan has it all; let it be mountains, beaches, grasslands, valleys, rivers or forests. The northern areas have a wide range of mountains and the southern part has beautiful beaches along the coastline.

#Pakistan is on the top of the world countries list for adventure travel destinations 2018.
CNN says, “Not only the mountain scenery is beyond anyone’s wildest imagination & the friendliness of locals & society will change every pre-conception that one ever held about Pakistan.”

— Govt of Pakistan (@pid_gov) June 21, 2018

Tourism in Pakistan

Following are some of the tourist spots which you can visit this summer.


Also known as the Capital of Tourism, Gilgit-Baltistan has some of the highest peaks If the world like K-2. The area is one of the most beautiful places on the face of the earth. The rivers, valleys and mountains make it look like heaven on earth.

Attabad Lake, Hunza
Cold Desert, Skardu
Nanga Parbat, Astore
Rush Lake, Nagar
Shangrila Lake

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa is located in the North-west part of the country. There are beautiful and full of adventure places to visit in the province.

Chitral Valley
Jarogo Waterfall
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Naran Kaghan Valley
Swat Valley

Azad Jammu & Kashmir

Located in the northern part of the country, Azad Jammu & Kashmir is home to Himalayan mountain ranges as well.

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Saral Lake, Neelum Valley
Sharda, Azaad Kashmir
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Taobat, Neelum Valley


Balochistan is the largest province of Pakistan. Located on the coastline of the country, it is home to some beautiful beaches and mountains.

Astola Island
Gwadar Port
Hanna Lake
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Kund Malir
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Makran Coastal Highway

Pakistan is a beautiful country with a lot of natural beauty. It is a complete package including lakes, rivers, mountains, grasslands and valleys. We all should appreciate our country and promote its beauty.

Food For Us

I Went To This New Roadside Cafe and It Literally Won My Heart

Team Trending went to Lord Of The Wings for an exclusive tasting. Its located at Khayaban e Muslim Phase 6. With about a hundred different dhabas if you’re confused about where to go for some good fast food, definitely check out Lord Of The Wings. They’re not the typical roadside cafe with chai, parathas they have an extensive food menu ranging from peri bites, pizzas, steaks burgers, shakes and so much more. What I loved the most about this place other than their food was this graffiti wall.

Here what we had started with appetizers:


They had about 8 flavours and it was pretty hard for us to decide which flavours we wanted to try. As per the owner’s suggestion, we tried their tex mix, honey mustard and bbq wings. The tex mex wings had a really desi touch to it but it was a new thing to try. BBQ wings were the best amongst all they were too juicy and saucy literally gave me mouthgasm.


Peri Bites:

The peri bites had a good feeling of cheese and chicken and were covered with a crisp coating and were served a mustard sauce but for me, the peri bites were a little dry I think they need to make it a little saucy.

Coming to the main course…

Beef Gouda Burger:

This was suggested by the owner again and apparently it their best seller. I’ll rate this dish 10/10 for sure the beef patty was really juicy and tender with pepperoni slices on top and cheese to add a little drama to it. This was served with a side of their crispy fries. No lies but this burger literally blew me off.

Chicken Mushroom Sauce Sandwiches:

I loved the mushroom sauce in it but just a small suggestion that they shouldn’t add vegetables to it because it was not complimenting the sauce made it taste more like a club sandwich. This was also served with a side of their famous finger licking fries.

Arabic Paratha:

The Arabic paratha came with a delicious dip and had a decent good filling of chicken and vegetables in it. These were cooked in the perfect way because the parathas were too crispy just the way I like it. This was pretty heavy and could easily fulfil 2 hungry people.

For drinks we ordered

Mint Lemonade and Oreo Shake:

The mint lemonade was different from the ones I’ve always had it was really refreshing and for me, it was the ideal summer drink. The oreo shake had a nice chocolatey in it and the right balance of sugar. Now I’ve found a new place to satisfy my oreo shake cravings.

Overall I loved this place and would rate it 9/10. Their service was a little slow that’s all they need to improve otherwise their staff was really kind and made sure that we leave as happy, satisfied customers.

Travel & Trips

08 things you should do while travelling North of Pakistan.

This post is a compilation of my favourite go-to resources for finding things to do in the north. These are some fun and productive things that can help you find a last-minute hike on a sunny Saturday, or give you tools and ideas for developing your own list of resources.

The glaciers, mountains and waterfalls are all about raw, sublime power. On the other hand, natural wonders such as the northern lights, the fjords and quiet mountain plateaus highlight KPK’s serene qualities.

When you’re getting outside in the north, be sure to dress warm and take precautions! And be prepared to warm up when you get inside! Have a cup of hot chocolate with little marshmallows on top!

8. Connect and communicate:

People living there are hostile and would definitely love to start an effective conversation. They could even invite you to their residence for dinner or a nice meal. And trust me, you wouldn’t wish to say no to them because their dishes are really unique and tempting. People often are afraid to start a conversation with the locals because they fear Taliban but no, they’re not them. The locals will welcome you wholeheartedly that’ll make you forget your fears.

One thing I always experience is whenever I tell them I’m from Karachi, I found not a single person who didn’t say this

‘Hum bhi Karachi gaya hai, Bohat pyara shehar hai”

7. Eat ice-cream when it’s drizzling:

Perks of eating ice-cream in northern areas of Pakistan? It won’t melt and drip over everything when you’re outside.I have yet to meet anyone who never loved to eat ice cream (besides my brother, who’s clearly lying to himself). Sadly, many of even the most enthusiastic ice cream aficionados believe in the myth that one should only eat ice cream in the Summers. Why even? They are missing out big time. Of course, I like cooling down with a cone of soft serve, cookie dough, or coffee Oreo (my personal favourite) on a hot summer’s day. But I also firmly believe that north is the best place to eat ice cream, or when it’s drizzling there then maybe even the best time.

6. Freeze your drinks in the natural freezer or streaming water.

If you’ve been to North of Pakistan and you didn’t freeze your drinks in snow or streaming water then you missed half the fun. There’s no better freezer than the snow or cold streaming water in Northern Areas. Just take any net bag and put your drinks inside it. Tie your bag with a heavy stone and let flow your net bag into the water (Make sure the water pressure is slow there or else you’ll be having no drinks). Or just dig up a hole in the snow and fill that hole with your drinks. Cover the hole with more snow and don’t forget to put a mark over it or you’ll end up digging many places before getting hands on your own drink lol.

5. Wear Pakistani traditional dresses.

Everyone prefers wearing western dresses on their visit to exquisite places of North of Pakistan. But out of all your days of stay, take one day to wear your favourite Pakistani traditional/cultural dress. The vibrant colours of traditional/cultural dresses will daze people’s gaze for at least once. And there will be no compromise on pictures because the bright colours of your dress would astound the beholding sceneries behind you.

4. BBQ

BBQ in the Northern Areas is never a bad idea or maybe people have never tried it yet. Just because the Mercury has taken a plunge doesn’t mean you can’t still fire up your Crown Verity Grill and enjoy the amazing tastes that your world-class BBQ has to offer. If you’ve concerns for how many hours it’ll take in order to get your meat cooked, don’t worry, there are ways. Half cook your BBQ meat or mix meat tenderizer, your BBQ meat will be served in your dishes in no time! But do try this, better if you find a waterfall spot for BBQ, you’ll get better astounding pictures too with eye-catching nature.

3. Camping

Camping is, admittedly, not for everyone, but it’s also not as tough as many people think. You probably are not going to get eaten by a bear or start a forest fire. Camping is difficult but it’ll leave an ever-lasting impact on your mind for how did you survive the night in that camp, freezing and afraid of dying by the cold breezes but it actually was nothing but your fear. Camping is actually fun and camping in aesthetic places of northern areas of Pakistan would be even more fun. So what are you waiting for?

2. Tic tac toe:

What about a good game in the snow? You’ve all heard of tic tac toe but have you ever tried playing it on the snow? Well, you can. Here’s how. Two players go for the championship in this classic game. Use crisscrossed sticks and pinecones or leaves as game pieces. All you have to do is draw grids in the snow with a stick and use sticks instead of ticks and pinecones or leaves instead of a cross. Enjoy!

1. Themed/Destination Wedding:

Who wouldn’t want to celebrate their life’s most important event at land in which the natural elements perpetually dance between the primordial poles of hot and cold, during dayless winters and nightless summer months? It’ll be cold, it definitely will be. But think of the pictures and decorations you’ll get to do for your wedding in such a place? Plus, no cost for banquets/halls/hotels lol.

How much did you like this article or how much it helped you? Let us know!

Food For Us

Best Restaurants For Breakfast In Karachi

Breakfast is an essential part of the day, and most people prefer going out to fill their morning. There are two kinds of people; One who prefer English breakfast, while the rest prefer desi. Don’t you worry, we’ve got you covered about the best go-to-places in Karachi for a delightful breakfast.

1. Tooso.

Tooso is located in Bahadurabad and P.E.C.H.S, and it has become a go-to place for the best desi nashta ever.


2. Master Juice.

Master juice is located in Defence phase II and this one is another go-to-place for the best halwa puri nashta and juices. You don’t wanna miss out on this.


3. Daily Dubai.

Daily Dubai is another sit-down place for a healthy breakfast. It’s great for families, and significant others, too.


4. Dhamtal Sweets, Bakers, and Nimco.

Dhamtal in Ayesha Manzil is another popular breakfast destination on the other side of the bridge. Its a sweets shop, and bakery that also serves halwa puri and it’s finger-licking’ good!

5. Dera Restaurant, Boat Basin.

Clifton is home to the famous Boat Basin food strip and the Dera Restaurant is a quite popular destination for early morning breakfast. The strip is famous for various eateries for halwa puri but Dera is the one we prefer over the others.


6. Gloria Jeans.

Gloria Jeans really speaks to human taste buds and provides the breakfasting experience in Karachi. Their well-flavored Nutella spreader cakes are amongst the best and every visitor must try them. If you are a Nutella lover then you can order Nutella online and can make different dishes at home.

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7. Bella Vita.

Bella Vita’s breakfast is to die for! With perfect ambience and service, everything is on point there.

8. Espresso.

Espressos is another place for amazing and healthy breakfast. Oh, and their client service is really good, too. 5 stars for them.


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9. N’eco’s Cafe.

N’eco’s is literally my go-to-place for breakfasts with not only amazing food but the atmosphere, too. A MUST VISIT, GUYS!

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10. Cafe Floc.

FLOC – For The Love Of Coffee. Oh well, not just for that but everything that resides in there. TOTES IN LOVE WITH IT.

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There are many places in Karachi famous for breakfasts so we may have missed out a few of your favourites. Do give us your recommendations as well in the comments below. We are sure your mouth is watering after going through this list. We won’t be surprised you’ve decided to stop by these places before you head off to work or school or on a Sunday morning.

Travel & Trips

You Must Go To These Places On Your Visit To Karachi

Karachi once was just another habitat of Sindhi Fishermen but now it is considered as the most cosmopolitan city of Pakistan. It serves as one of the most important deep-sea ports in the country. Karachi plays an important role in the generation of the country’s revenue. Karachi has a fast life and you will always see the streets of Karachi in a rush. It is a big city and considered not to be very tourist-friendly. However, there are many must-go places when you visit Karachi for the first time.

Must-Go Places When You Visit Karachi For The First Time

Following are the 1o places which you must explore when visiting Karachi for the first time.

French Beach

If you are someone who loves beaches, you will definitely love the French Beach. It is one of the most beautiful beaches of the country. The place is located somewhere between Paradise Point and Hawksbay. It is also a fisher point if you love fresh seafood.

Churna Island

If you love sea sports, Churna Island is the place for you. If you want to go swimming, snorkelling and scuba diving you can avail all these opportunities at Churna. The island is located at a two-hour drive away from Karachi and thousands of sea creatures are found in its warm waters.

The Chaukhandi Tombs

If you are a history lover, this ancient graveyard and a UNESCO World Heritage Site will amaze you. The place has tombs of a lot of ancestors of a local tribe. The graves have the most interesting designing and carving which portrays the Sindhi culture. The site dates back to somewhere between the 15th and 18th centuries.

Tooba Masjid

One of the city’s major attractions includes Tooba Masjid which has a large round shaped dome. The dome is 236 feet in diameter and supported by the low surrounded wall and no centre pillar. It is also commonly known as Gol and can accommodate around 5000 people.

Do Darya

Do Darya is a foodie’s heaven. Restaurants built along the seashore serving delicious food variety in an aesthetic ambience. There are a variety of cafes and restaurants to choose from. Do Darya is a perfect spot for dinner whether you have to take your family or go on a date.

Port Grand

Port Grand is a perfect place for food and shopping along with a beautiful view. There are a lot of restaurants and parlours offering a number of cuisines which you can try while enjoying the sun setting into the ocean. There are options available for entertainment as well such as the 6D Cinema.

Defence Authority Marina Club

DA Marina Club offers a lot of activities which are a must to try. You can enjoy sailing, boating and dining all at one place. The club also provides beautiful party locations with amazing decorations and you can also use it as the venue for your next celebration.

Empress Market

Empress Market is an all-in-one market where you can easily find whatever you are looking for let it be shoes, fruits, vegetables, groceries, clothing, pets, stationery and many other things.

Arabian Sea Country Club

This relaxing getaway is located away from the fast city life. You can enjoy a variety of sports including cricket, squash, golf, tennis, snooker, swimming etc and a beautiful view at this countryside club.

Quaid-e-Azam House Museum


The life of Quaid-e-Azam has been tried to preserve in this museum. It is a colonial-style building displaying the things used by the founder of Pakistan back in his time.