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Dare to take the road less travelled with the world's most comprehensive travel guidebook to Pakistan Discover this intriguing and diverse country with the second edition of this fully researched, up-to-date travel guide. This book is also available in a budget black-and-white version, Kindle eBook and PDF; go to http: //urbanduniya.com/pakistantraveller-shop/ From the atmospheric streets of Lahore's frenetic Walled City, to the isolated forts of the Cholistan Desert and the glacier-carved peaks of the Hunza Valley. From the dancing Sufis at the evocative shrines in Sindh to the colourful and unique traditions of the Kalash. This guidebook covers Pakistan in nine fascinating regions; - Lahore and Eastern Punjab - Islamabad and Northern Punjab - Faisalabad and Western Punjab - Multan and Southern Punjab - Karachi and surrounds - Sukkur and Interior Sindh - Abbottabad and the Kaghan Valley - The Chitral Valley - Gilgit-Baltistan There are listings of recommended sights, hotels, eating spots, transport information and health facilities in each location, from the big cities down to the smaller towns. Featuring; - More than 50 cross-referenced maps - Cultural tips, history and a cuisine guide to help you get the most out of your experience - Planning section to assist you in designing the perfect adventure. - Practical information, including detailed safety information, and dedicated safety notes for each destination, to ease the way while you're there. - Basic Urdu phrase guide to break down the language barrier. - Beautiful photography to get you excited about your trip, or to inspire the armchair traveller - Links to blog posts with real stories from the road - Online updated support and contact through urbanduniya.com/PakistanTraveller.
About the Author
Tim Blight fell in love with Pakistan on its first visit in 2006. Since then it has been a roller-coaster ride of perilous mountain roads, getting caught up in religious processions in crowded streets, learning a lesson about the effects of eating spicy street food, standing awestruck by beautiful architecture and meeting more than a few friends for life. Since his first visit, Tim has visited Pakistan ten times, criss-crossing the country and visiting almost every (accessible) corner of the land. He is the author of Pakistan Traveller, a project of his website UrbanDuniya. He has also authored Recipes for Ramadan, a collection of recipes from around the world, and contributed to an eBook about Creative Urbanism in Melbourne, authored by Agness Walewinder of eTramping.com.