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Interesting Foodie Adventures in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia

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Planning on travelling to Malaysia in the year 2021 from Pakistan? Exploring local cuisine of Malaysia must be on your list as Malaysia offers an amazing mix of cuisine from the rich cultural mix of the population. Malaysia is the number one destination for honeymooners from Muslim countries. Therefore, halal food is commonly available in all parts of Malaysia. 

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Cafes in lahore

Cafes and Casual Dining in Lahore

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Lahore is the culinary capital of Pakistan catering to ever-increasing demands of food lovers for new venues, trendy food menu and a mix of traditional and modern cuisine. A recent trend towards more healthy and vegan choices in food have seen growth in new cafes and eat-outs experimenting with new culinary ideas. I have explored some trending places in town and tried to capture some latest trends in eating out. 

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Family Holiday in Malaysia

Best location for family holidays in Malaysia from Pakistan

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Malaysia is a great location for a family holiday with amazing things to do for the entire family. In this article, I will explore some of the most popular locations for young children and teenagers. With over 27 million international visitors and huge local travel from within Malaysia and Singapore, Theme Parks are popular attractions in Malaysia. Secondly, close animal encounters in sanctuaries and animal reserves are also popular attractions as Malaysia is home to a number of unique species of animals. 

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Day trips from Kuala Lumpur

Revisiting Genting Highlands in August 2019

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Genting Highlands in Malaysia is one of my all-time favourite destinations that is continuously evolving with new attractions and things to do. A day or weekend at the highlands is always a pleasant escape from the humidity and heat in Kuala Lumpur City. A 40-minute drive to the highlands gives you a chance to explore Bukit Tinggi, Tropicale Colmar, Japanese Garden in Berjaya Hills and Strawberry Farms at Ghotong Jaya. Not to mention plenty of shopping and at the new Skytrex Chairlift Outlet Stores and recently renovated shopping area in the Awana Casinos.

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Outdoor adventures in Malaysia

Solo Outdoor Adventures in Malaysia from Pakistan

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Malaysia offers a wide range of outdoor adventures for hikers and trekkers in some of the oldest rainforest and unique mountainous areas in South East Asia.  A number of national parks spread across the mainland Malaysia as well Souther Malaysia offering unique jungle adventures hikers and outdoor lovers. A large number of tour companies offer customized tours and hikes to some of the remote locations across the country.

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Visit to Skardu ,Upper Kachura Lake and Basho Valley

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In late April 2019, I decided to explore the Skardu area with a few friends. The weather is still cold in the North as the month of March marks the beginning of spring. The snow on the mountain tops thaw and feed little brooks and rivulets which join the major rivers in the region. Early spring is a great time to explore this region, as the tourist season has not started and you find only commercial traffic on the roads. Most roadside hotels offer off-season rates and you get great services at the cafes and restaurants. 

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Georgetown Penang

Exploring Georgetown Penang in Malaysia from Pakistan

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If you are ready to explore the food, culture and history of Malaysia in one place, Georgetown Penang is the place to visit. This beautiful Island is located at the Nother-Western end of Malaysia and is accessible by road, ferry and aeroplane. The driving distance of Georgetown from Kuala Lumpur is around 300 km and driving time is around 4 to 5 hours depending on the road condition. Penang is one of the top destinations for honeymooners and family travellers from Pakistan. A ferry ride from Penang is a great way to travel to the Island of Langkawi. 

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Travelling to Melaka Malaysia from Pakistan

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Melaka is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Malaysia for family holidays. If you are travelling from Pakistan to Kuala Lumpur, Melaka can be an ideal location for a day trip or a weekend break. Melaka is a UNESCO heritage declared city with a rich cultural history of Dutch and Portuguese settlers which is evident in a well-preserved building in the historical quarters of the city. Melaka offers a wide range of accommodation at very economical rates as compared to Kuala Lumpur or other places in Malaysia. With fun-packed theme parks for children, resort styled hotels and amazing shopping Malls, Melaka must be on your list for your next trip to Malaysia. 

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passu in pakistan

Passu in Gilgit Baltistan

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Passu is a beautiful village located on Karakoram Highway at a distance of 150km north of Gilgit and 50km from Karimabad. This is a popular destination and stopover for travellers to Khunjerab Pass. 

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Manila Philippines

Travelling to Manila in Philippines from Pakistan

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Planning on travelling to the Philippines from Pakistan? The Philippines is one of the most underrated destinations and has not received much coverage in media as compared to other countries in the region. The younger crowds are finding the Philippines as a new frontier to explore with plenty of location with unspoilt beauty.

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best locations for honeymoon in malaysia

Best places for Honeymoon in Malaysia - From Pakistan

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Malaysia is the number one destination for honeymooners from Pakistan. Being a Muslim country Malaysia caters to a large number of visitors from across the world. A major chunk of these travellers to Malaysia includes family travellers and honeymooners from the Middle East and other Muslim countries. Cheap accommodation, a wide range of amazing destinations, excellent shopping and safety are some of the major reasons for choosing Malaysia for travelling. Most visitors from Pakistan spend an average of five to seven nights in Malaysia. Here are my recommendations on practical travel itineraries for honeymooners to Malaysia in the coming year. 

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Travelling to northern Pakistan

Exploring Northern Pakistan

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North Pakistan is a land of beauty and adventure. This seemingly small region is blessed with all the gifts of nature, including all four seasons, vast mountain ranges, beautiful lakes and rivers, blossoming flowers, rich fruits and unique wildlife. 

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Kumrat Valley Swat

Exploring Kumrat Valley near Swat

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How Far is Kumrat Valley from Swat?

Kumrat is one of the lesser-explored regions of Pakistan with breath-taking landscapes, rapids, waterfalls and pristine beauty. The distance from Swat to Kumrat Valley is only 25 km, which makes it a must-visit if you are planning to visit Swat region in Pakistan. 

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5 Day Itinerary in Malaysia

5 Day Travel Itinerary for Kuala Lumpur from Pakistan

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Planning a trip to Kuala Lumpur with family or by yourself? Kuala Lumpur is one of the most visited destinations in the ASEAN region and a great location for honeymooners, family travellers and backpackers.  Pre-planning your trip can save plenty of time and advance bookings can bring in substantial savings as well. For many visitors, Kuala Lumpur is normally the starting point for exploring most of Malaysia. KL is a hub of budget airline operators like AirAsia and Firefly that provides easy access to most destinations across Malaysia. Kuala Lumpur has gained popularity with international tourist escaping winter cold in Europe as well as Middle-Easterns looking for family holidays. 

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Shrines of Sufi Saints in Pakistan

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Pakistan has a rich spiritual heritage with saints arriving from central Asia a settling in different parts of the Indian Sub-Continent. The religious tradition and culture is deeply influenced the teaching fo the Sufi saints who understand the 5000 years of cultural history of the region and introduced Islam to masses who were predominantly Hindus. Therefore, there is a deep influence of Hindu cultural traditions and practises in music and wedding ceremonies of Pakistan society. 

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Fairy Meadows Gilgit Baltistan

Fairy Meadows Gilgit Baltistan

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The drive to the Fairy Meadows is a treacherous one. As we approached the clearing through the alpine trees, we got our first view of the 8125m high fortress of rock and snow-clad Nanga Parbat (9th highest peaks in the world), the pain of the bumpy ride and trekking through the burning sun vanished in an instant. The fresh mountain air and breath-taking views explain why this stretch of land is called The Fairy Meadows. 

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Nathiagali Galiyat

5 Best places to visit in Galiyat Area

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Galiyat areas cover 80 km long mountainous regions between Abbottabad and Murree. Because of its easy access, great road network and beautiful locations, Galiyat is the centre of attraction for many tourists from all around the country. This region is relatively very easy to access to a couple of hours drive from the main freeway network approaching from either Peshawar or Islamabad. 

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Phuket Day Tours

Day Tours in Phuket from Pakistan

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Day Tours in Phuket are quite a popular tourist activity for most visitors to this amazing part of Thailand. A large number of companies offers day tours in Phuket that can be bought from local tour vendors in Patong Beach Area in Phuket. The tours sold through helpdesk at the hotels normally have a high markup and you can end up paying over 20-30% of the normal rates. The best option is to shop for tours from local vendors who are mostly open for a bargain. If you are travelling with a large group you can get bulk discounts as well. 

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Exploring Abbottabad and Surrounding Areas

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Abbottabad is a great place to travel for a short visit as it offers a pleasant relief from hustle and bustle of big cities. Originally called Wadi Orash for low lying water marshes, it has been a popular tourist resort since colonial times.

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Best places to visit in Malaysia

Travelling to Melaka Malaysia from Pakistan

Melaka is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Malaysia for family holidays. If you are travelling from Pakistan to Kuala Lumpur, Melaka can be an ideal location for a day trip or a weekend break. Melaka is a UNESCO heritage declared city with a rich cultural history of Dutch and Portuguese settlers which is evident in a well-preserved building in the historical quarters of the city. Melaka offers a wide range of accommodation at very economical rates as compared to Kuala Lumpur or other places in Malaysia. With fun-packed theme parks for children, resort styled hotels and amazing shopping Malls, Melaka must be on your list for your next trip to Malaysia. 

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