In a first, Pakistani graphic designer makes tourist map of Pakistan depicting top 70 tourist spots in Pakistan

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In a first, Pakistani graphic designer makes tourist map of Pakistan depicting top 70 tourist spots in Pakistan

ISLAMABAD - In a first, Pakistani designer makes tourist map of Pakistan depicting top 70 tourist spots in Pakistan.

Pakistan is full of amazing tourist attractions from Gwadar to Khunjerab Pass. From crystal clear lakes to white rivers, deserts to historical sites and mud volcanos to blue beaches, and some of the highest snow-clad mountains, Pakistan has everything a tourist dreams of seeing in one country.

The list of places to visit and things to do in Pakistan is very long, however, a talented graphics designer, going by the name of Assam Artist, has made lives easier for those who want to see the beautiful country with his graphical map of tourist attractions in Pakistan.

Words cannot define how aesthetically pleasing the map is, so without any further ado, let’s have a look: link Via Assam Artist

The map features geographically referenced graphics of 71 tourist attractions across the country and each of these places is a must-visit for travel lovers from not just Pakistan, but from around the globe as well.

Here’s the list:

1- Khunjerab Pass ( Pak – China Border) 2- Atabad Lake – Hunza KKH 3- Baltit Fort – Hunza Valley – ( 8th CE. ) 4- K2 – (2nd Highest Mountain in the World) 5- K2 Base Camp 6- Shangrila Skardu 7- Deosai Plains – Roof of the World 8- Sharda Peeth Temple – ( 724 CE. ) 9- Neelum Valley Kashmir 10- Saif ul Malook & Ansoo ( Tear) Lake 11- Shandur Polo Festival 12- Nanga Parbat – (9th Highest Mountain) 13- Kalash Valley 14- Ski Resort Malam Jaba 15- Tea Plantation Shinkiari 16- Buddha Swat – ( 7th Century ) 17- Khanpur Dam – Sajikot Waterfalls 18- Khyber Pass – Peshawar 19- Taxila Stupa – ( 2nd Century CE ) 20- Pakistan Monument 21- Muzaffarabad – Kashmir 22- Naluchi Bridge 23- Centaurus Mall – Islamabad 24- Faisal Mosque – Islamabad 25- Katas Raj Temple – Potohar Plateau 26- Khewra Salt Mines 27- Qila Rohtas Jehlum – ( 16th Century ) 28- Hiran Minar Sheikhupura – ( 17th CE. ) 29- Kartarpur Sahib Temple 30- Shahi Qila & Badshahi Mosque 31- Minar-e-Pakistan Lahore 32- Clock Tower – Faisalabad 33- Amb Sharif Temple – Khushab 34- Power Plant 35- Harappa Civilization ( 3300 BCE ) 36- The Cathedral of the Holy Redeemer 37- Shah Rukn e Alam Tomb – ( 1320 CE. ) 38- Noor Palace Bahawalpur 39- Uch Sharif – Bahawalpur – ( 12th CE ) 40- Qila Derawar – ( 9th Century ) 41- Cholistan Desert 42- Mohenjo daro (Built in 2500 BCE ) 43- Ziarat – Quaid Azam’s Residency 44- Hanna Lake – Quetta 45- Phir Ghaib Waterfalls 46- Quetta City 47- Riqo Diq Copper Mines 48- Mud Volcanos 49- Golden Desert 50- Moola Chotok – Khuzdar District 51- Ranikot Qila ( Fort ) – ( 8th CE. ) 52- Clock Tower Hyderabad 53- Bootar Lake 54- Makli Graveyard – ( 400 Years Old ) 55- Gori Temple – ( 1375 CE. ) 56- Nagarparkar Temple – ( 1376 CE. ) 57- Coal Mines 58- Frear Hall Karachi 59- Kimari Fish Harbour 60- Clifton Beach 61- Hawksbay Beach 62- Paradise Point & French Beach 63- Princess of Hope 64- Sphinx of Pakistan 65- Hangol National Park 66- Cave City 67- Gwadar City 68- Astola Island Gwadar 69- Churna Island – Karachi 70- Bolan Pass 71- Parachinar

In his Instagram post, he explained the reason behind creating the map.

I decided to create a picture of those voices to showcase Pakistan to the world, what we actually have and how many undiscovered areas we still have to explore.

Not only the map is amazing, the part ‘We and World’ beautifully compares Pakistan to the rest of the world.