The Badshahi Mosque (Punjabi and Urdu: بادشاہی مسجد , or "Imperial Mosque") is a Mughal era mosque in Lahore, capital of the Pakistani province of Punjab. The mosque is located west of Lahore Fort along the outskirts of the Walled City of Lahore, and is widely considered to be one of Lahore's most iconic landmarks.
Chauburji is located at the Multan road Lahore. Chauburji is one of the oldest and famous monuments among the structures and buildings of the Mughal era in the city of Lahore. It is the very popular place among the tourist of Lahore city who are willing to explore Lahore city.
Cypress Tomb , also known as Saruwala Maqbara ( Urdu : سرووالا مقبره ), is a tomb located in Begumpura , Lahore , Pakistan Background The cypress motif This structure houses the tomb of Sharf-un-Nisa Begam, sister of Nawab Zakariya Khan, the governor of Lahore province during the reign of Mughal emperor Muhammad Shah Rangeela , built in the eighteenth century.
Data Darbar (also spelt Data Durbar; Urdu: داتا دربار ), located in the city of Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan is the largest Sufi shrine in South Asia. It was built to house the remains of the Muslim mystic, Abul Hassan Ali Hujwiri, commonly known as Data Ganj Baksh, who is believed to have lived on the site in the 11th century CE.
The Blackpool Tower, though one of the oldest, is not a true replica of the Eiffel Tower and differs from the Paris tower in a number of ways: it is approximately half the height of the Eiffel Tower (158 m compared to 324 m), it is not freestanding and the base contains buildings which house entertainments including the Tower Circus and Ballroom, making it in itself one of the most unique replica-like Towers in the world.
Fort Road (Urdu: سارک قلعہ , Sarak-e-Qila) is a road in the Old Walled City of Lahore, Pakistan. It is one of Lahore's most famous and historically significant roads. Fort Road is a popular tourist destination in Lahore with some of Lahore's most important historical buildings, restaurants and antique shops situated on it.
Grand Jamia Mosque Lahore (Urdu: گرینڈ جامع مسجد ) is a mosque located in Bahria Town, Lahore, Pakistan. With a capacity of 70,000 worshippers, it is the third largest mosque in Pakistan and the seventh largest mosque in the world. Designed by Nayyar Ali Dada, it was inaugurated on Eid al-Adha on 6 October 2014.
The Gulshan-e-Iqbal Park (Urdu: گلشن-اقبال پارک ) is a large park and recreational space in Lahore, Pakistan. With an area of over 67 acres (270,000 m 2), the park is one of the largest in the city. It is situated in the suburban locality of Allama Iqbal Town.
The Hiran Minar complex is located in the city of Sheikhupura, about 40 kilometres northwest of Lahore. The complex is located near the Sheikhupura Fort, which also dates from the early 17th century. Both sites are accessible from Lahore via the M2 Motorway, which connects Lahore to the Islamabad.
The Lahore Fort (Punjabi and Urdu: شاہی قلعہ : Shahi Qila, or "Royal Fort"), is a citadel in the city of Lahore, Pakistan. The fortress is located at the northern end of Lahore's Walled City, and spreads over an area greater than 20 hectares. It contains 21 notable monuments, some of which date to the era of Emperor Akbar.
The Lahore Museum (Punjabi: لاہور میوزیم ; Urdu: عجائب گھر لاہور ; “Lahore Wonder House”), is a museum located in Lahore, Pakistan. Lahore Museum was founded in 1865 during the British colonial period, and is now one of Pakistan’s most visited museums.
Largest walkthrough aviary of Pakistan is located in the Lahore Zoo Safari. Boating and fishing facilities have been developed near a lake. The lake is the biggest in the city, complete with four islands. There are also safari tracks in the lion and Bengal tiger areas, covering an area of 80 acres (32 ha).
Lohari Gate (Urdu: لوہاری دروازه , Lohari Darwaza), frequently mispronounced as Lahori Gate, is one of the historic thirteen gates of the Walled City of Lahore in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan. Lohari Gate also serves as a union council located in the Ravi Zone.
Moti Masjid, one of the "Pearl Mosques", is a 17th-century religious building located inside the Lahore Fort. It is a small, white marble structure built by Mughal emperor Jahangir, and is among his prominent extensions to the Lahore Fort Complex. The mosque is located on the western side of Lahore Fort, closer to Alamgiri Gate, the main entrance.
PIA Planetarium is a planetarium in Lahore, Pakistan run by Pakistan International Airlines. It was established after the establishment of PIA Planetarium, Karachi. It contains a dome building and a retired Boeing 720-047B (registration AP-AXL) standing in a park.
Annual horse racing competitions are held in this park. Lahore Race Club racecourse was initially at Jail Road, Lahore, the current site of Jilani Park. In 1976, Zulfikar Ali Bhutto's government asked the club to move its races away from the Jail Road course, but it remained there until 1980, when it was compelled to leave. Race Course Park was inaugurated by Lt General Ghulam Jilani Khan at that time Governor Punjab on 3rd October, 1985.
The Sheesh Mahal ("The Palace of Mirrors"; Urdu: شیش محل ) is located within Jahangir's Shah Burj block in northern-western corner of the Lahore Fort. It was constructed under the reign of Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in 1631-32 by Mirza Ghiyas Begh, the grand father of Mumtaz Mahal, and father of Nur Jahan.
The Sheesh Mahal (Urdu: شیش محل ; “The Palace of Mirrors”) is located within the Shah Burj block in northern-western corner of Lahore Fort. It was constructed under the reign of Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in 1631-32. The ornate white marble pavilion is inlaid with pietra dura and complex mirror-work of the finest quality.
The park is the ideal venue for a group outing. It does not matter if you are fifty people or five thousand, we can cater to any need you might have. Luxus Grand Hotel which is a sister concern and is our food and beverage partner for larger bookings. For Lunch boxes we have Sozo Grill which is an in house restaurant at Sozo Water Park.
There is a common perception about Lahore’s Taxali Gate area that it only comprises the red light district. There are several taboos associated with this gate which has a unique world hidden inside it. It is unfortunate that people have built up assumptions without getting an in-depth knowledge of the localities linked with heritage and culture.
The Tomb of Asif Khan (Urdu: مقبرہ آصف خان ) is a 17th century mausoleum located in Shahdara Bagh, in the city of Lahore, Punjab. It was built for the Mughal statesman Mirza Abul Hassan Jah, who was titled Asif Khan. Asif Khan was brother of Nur Jahan, and brother-in-law to the Mughal Emperor Jahangir.
The Tomb of Jahangir (Urdu: مقبرہُ جہانگیر , Template:Lang-farsi) is a 17th century mausoleum built for the Mughal Emperor Jahangir. The mausoleum dates from 1637, and is located in Shahdara Bagh in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan, along the banks of the Ravi River.