Pakistan, the true beauty within…

August 15, 2008 at 5:53 pm 2 comments

In the news, when Pakistan is shown, you may have noticed that the channels show the slum areas of Pakistan which are dirty and nothing like the real beauty that lies within. The posh areas of Pakistan are beautiful and have a lot of greenery. They look no less than any American country side area, calm and decent. The new and under construction areas are becoming more and more modernized, in the sense that more and more fountains, plants and other decorative stuff. Pakistan is a gifted area, it has both industrial, residential and tourist attraction areas. Faisalabad is known as the Manchester of Asia and Lahore is known as the city of gardens.

Most of the northern areas in Pakistan are very beautiful and are a very calm place to send your vacation! The slum areas which are mostly and unfortunately shown on the international TV are the places where most of the beggars or servants live! After all, every city has a suburb! New shopping malls are also being constructed and Pakistan will eventually prosper! 🙂

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  • 1. lunarmommy  |  August 18, 2008 at 7:25 pm

    You’re right, on the news here in the U.S. we only see big buildings (government buildings?) in the background. I had no idea what the country Pakistan looked like – it’s very beautiful!

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  • 2. Khawla  |  September 16, 2008 at 3:09 pm

    Beautiful!

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