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Serena Hotel
Ramna 5, Khayaban-e-Suhrawardy Khayaban-e-Suhrwardy, Islamabad 44000, Pakistan

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About Islamabad:

Situated at the foot of Margalla Hills, Islamabad – the capital of Islamic Republic of Pakistan is a hodgepodge of cultural and social activity. It is home to many migrants from other regions of Pakistan and has a cultural and religious multiplicity of significant antiquity.

Faisal Mosque
Faisal Mosque

Rawal Lake

Having many of the best universities of the country, it also is a center of educational excellence. Islamabad Capital Territory is divided into eight zones with one of the zones being specified for education. COMSATS Institute of Information Technology, the principal campus is also situated here.

It not only attracts tourists for its scenic beauty and moderate weather, but also is considered to be one of the most organized cities of the world. A Greek firm of architects, Konstantinos Apostolos Doxiadis, designed the master plan of the city which was based on a grid plan and triangular in shape, with its apex towards Margalla Hills. Major attraction for tourists lies on one hand in architectural excellence, and on the other on its natural beauty. Faisal Mosque, Saudi Pak Tower and President House are examples of the amalgamation of Western and Eastern architecture whereas Damn-e-Koh, Pir Sohawa and Rawal Lake are rare combinations of nature and culture.

Lok Virsa Festival
Lok Virsa Festival

Saudi Pak Tower

Lok Virsa – another important feature of Islamabad – preserves the living folk and traditional culture of Pakistan. The Folk Heritage Museum, located near Shakarparian hills, is a point which introduces the folk culture of the country to the tourists with its large display of embroidered costumes, jewellery, block printing, ivory and bone work from the region.

Reaching the pinnacles of excellence in every field with progress in education, economy, construction and beautification, Islamabad continues to catch renewed interest for the visitors throughout the world.



BITA 2012