Nature always wears the colors of the spirit.

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Rose & Jasmine Garden

Japanese Park is beautiful picnic spot located on Pir Sohawa Road, Near Islamabad Zoo Pakistan. This park was gifted by Japan in December 30, 1985 for Pakistani children’s. Japanese Park is beautiful park having variety of food courts and lots of fun activities for the children just like (swings, monkey bars, slides, etc) for the visitors.

Shakarparian Hills

The East and West viewpoint in Shakarparian Park, on a low hill between Islamabad and Rawalpindi, offer the most photogenic view of Islamabad & Margalla Hills behind. You can get there either from the road to the airport, about one kilometres from Zero Point, or by turning south at the traffic lights at Aabpara Market.

Fatima Jinnah Park F-9

Fatima Jinnah Park, also known as F-9 Park, is a public recreational park situated within the F-9 sector of Islamabad, Pakistan. The park is one of the largest covered areas in Pakistan. It is named after Fatima Jinnah, the younger sister of Muhammad Ali Jinnah, the founder of Pakistan. The park’s builder, Michael Japero, took five years to design it.

Faisal Masjid

The Faisal Mosque is the largest mosque in Pakistan, located in the national capital city of Islamabad. The enormous Shah Faisal Mosque is superbly sited at the foot of the Margalla Hills. It represents an eight-faceted desert “tent” supported on four giant concrete girders and surrounded by four 90-metre.

National Monument

The Pakistan Monument is a national monument and heritage museum located on the Shakarparian Hills in Islamabad, Pakistan, aimed to symbolise national unity. The complex covers an area of 2.8 hectares and is a popular picnic destination. Pakistan Monuments Museum has been set up the west of Shakarparian Hills.

Saidpur Village

Saidpur is a Mughal-era village on the slopes of Margalla Hills. Saidpur Village is less than One kilometres from Margalla Hills Road opposite sector F-6, Near Daman-e-Koh Viewpoint. The village has the footprints of various civilizations, including Gandhara, Greek, Buddhist, Mughal, Ashoka and colonial periods, now serving as a popular recreational spot for both local and foreign visitors.

Lake View Park

Lake View Park (also known as Rawal Lake View Point or Rawal Lake Promenade) is a recreational area and wildlife park located near Village Malpur Rawal Lake, on Murree Road in Islamabad, Capital Territory, Pakistan. It runs under the administration of Capital Development Authority.

Lok Virsa

Lok Virsa established in 1974 is a specialized organization with a mandate for field research, collection, cultural studies, oral traditions, folklore indigenous cultural heritage and traditional culture.In a short period spanning three decades,it made notable achievements despite progressive resource constraints.

Pakistan Museum of Natural History

The Pakistan Museum of Natural History has four divisions namely Botanical Sciences, Earth Sciences, Zoological Sciences and Public Services. The first three divisions are engaged in the collection, preservation, identification and research activities pertaining to plants, fossils & minerals and animals resources.