Have you ever been to Pakistan? You’ve probably heard Pakistan isn’t good for tourists. The truth is Pakistan has wonderful and beautiful places to visit. Interests vary from person to person according to sights they want to see.

Some people love to see big buildings and huge markets. Other folks love to see grand traditional attractions like shrines of saints and old places like Moen-Jo-Darro which captivates attention. Again it varies! Let me show you some of the most beautiful places in Pakistan you might love to visit at least once in your lifetime.

Kumrat Valley

Kumrat Valley

If you are in love with beautiful green valleys then you don’t want to miss Kumrat Valley,    a great place that leaves a lasting memory in your life. Situated in the Khyber Pakhtun Khwa province of Pakistan, Kumrat Valley is known as one of the most beautiful places in Pakistan. Kumrat is enclosed with greenery, snowy mountains, foggy mounds, and the attraction of mountain covering forests, which serve as habitats for a variety of flora and fauna.

Qila Katas

The Katas Raj Temples, also known as Qila Katas, includes a group of ornate Hindu temples linked to one another by walkways. The temples surround Katas pond, considered divine by Hindus. Qila Katas complex, located in the Potohar Plateau region of Pakistan, resides in Punjab province near the town of Kallar Kahar.

Noor Mahal

A palace, Noor Mahal Mansion is situated in the Bahwalpur in the Punjab province of Pakistan. Built in 1872 similar to an Italian Chateau based in neoclassical lines, Noor Mahal Palace hypnotizes the attention of the viewers. Many stories took place at this beautiful mansion, created by Nawab Adnan Abbasi IV for his wife. Sadly, and strange, she stayed there for just one night. It is said that she was happened to see an adjoining burial ground from her terrace. After that, she never lived in the palace.

Moen Jo Darro

Moen Jo Darro or Mound of the Death is an ancient place of all time-based in the province of Sindh, Pakistan. This is among one of the world’s earliest major cities. At that time Moen Jo Darro was counted as the most advanced city overall.  The word Moen Jo Darro is a Sindhi language word, one of the oldest languages. It was built around in 2,500 BCE.

Some notable artifacts of all time are also found in Moen Jo Darro, like a stone-made dancing girl which is almost 25,000 years old, to a Priest king made up of a seated stone sculpture.

The Shrine at Odero Lal of Lal Sain

The shrine of Odero Lal (sometimes spelled as Udero lal) is not that famous like others but it still captivates a lot more attention of tourists. The saint was a Sufi Hindu who later converted in Islam and renamed Shaikh Tahir. This shrine is revered by both Sindhi Muslims and Hindus. Shaikh Tahir was a prominent figure in Sindhi Muslim history. According to Hindu leaders, a typical ruler called Mrikh Shah was ordered to covert local Hindu residents to Muslim in a day

And the feared Hindus were then protected by Jhulelal “Shaikh Tahir.” There are a lot more mysteries concerned with Hindus and Odero Lal which you might read here: WikiPedia