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Looking from the outside, you may wonder: “What’s there to see in Pakistan’s capital, Islamabad?”. It turns out; there are tons of beautiful places that are begging for you to explore.
From visiting the Pakistan Monument, a piece of architecture dedicated to unity and designed to resemble a lotus flower, to exploring historical bazaars and ancient mosques, to camel rides and even truck painting workshops, there’s so much to see and do.
Islamabad is also celebrated for its excellent food. From mouthwatering kebabs and beef dumplings to traditional Pakistani sweets such as gulab jamun (milk-solid-based dessert) and halwa, you’ll be satisfied.
One of the greatest things about Islamabad is its access to nature. The Margalla Hills National Park, located north of Islamabad, is part of the lesser Himalayas and is perfect for adventure seekers. The park offers lush hiking trails, water springs and an opportunity to spot local wildlife, including monkeys and exotic birds. At the top of the hill, there’s an open-air restaurant offering delicious food along with a spectacular view of the city — a perfect place to relax.
All in all, Islamabad is a vibrant city with a diverse array of exciting places to visit and food to savour. Venturing to Pakistan’s capital will leave you with fond memories.
So why fly business class to Islamabad? Enjoy an extensive range of priority services from check-in to boarding.
Before your flight, relax in one of the airport lounges dedicated to business travellers. Here, feel free to use complimentary WiFi, a selection of newspapers, or grab a complimentary snack or drink.
In-flight, enjoy a private cabin where each seat is guaranteed to provide extra legroom and personal space. Complimentary pillow, a soft blanket and hundreds of hours of top-rated entertainment, including Hollywood movies, digital music libraries, TV, podcasts and more, are also available.
As for food and beverage service, be prepared to indulge in five-star meals, a full-service bar including beers, fine wines and spirits. It couldn’t get any better than this!
There are no direct flights to Islamabad from Australia – all routes involve at least one stop and airline change. The typical stop would be in Doha, Qatar, with Qatar Airways. Changing in Dubai, United Arab Emirates is also an option with Emirates. The average flight time to Islamabad is at least 19 hours: 15 hours to Doha, plus 4 hours connecting flight to Islamabad.
So if you want to travel to Islamabad in style and comfort, be sure to explore our range of business class flights to Islamabad here at Globehunters, and feel free to contact our experienced team of travel agents who can help you plan the best trip ever, with your personal travel needs in mind.