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About Hotels in Pakistan

Most hotels in Pakistan are considered to be among the best within the South Asian Region. They are best known for their high class hospitality. Their facilities and amenities blend with the Asian traditional culture. This provides a very unique surrounding where visitors can enjoy throughout the day. There are also numerous cultural activities that you will enjoy for the period you will stay at either of these hotels.

In most of these hotels you will find most amenities such as; swimming pool (Indoor and Outdoors), hairdressing saloon, shops, and cybercafés, tennis courts, Golf Courts, and sauna, masseur and conference rooms.

Pakistan hotels Cuisine

Guests have different choice of what to eat in most of Pakistani hotels. In each hotel you will find a restaurant and many have different restaurants, like Chinese, Italian, French and delicious local foods. Each restaurant offers a diverse and unique cuisine for its customers ensuring all gastronomic tastes are met.

Some hotels serve authentic Pakistani meal at lunchtime which consists of locally caught fish of Rawallake and samli Lake and local dished such as Biryani, Quorma, Murgh Plao and Chicken Karahi and lots of more. No matter which hotel you are in you will be served with the finest of Pakistan cuisine.

Accommodation in Pakistan

Every Pakistani hotels offers accommodation services for the guests. There are many options from Islamabad HotelsKarachi Hotels, and Lahore Hotels. Your budget determines your choice of accommodation since they have differing rates.

Flight options to Pakistan

Pakistan is a very accessible destination in South Asia And also Asia at large. There are various direct flights connecting Pakistan and the rest of the world e.g. from Europe, the USA and the Middle East. Pakistan has six major International airports which are located at Karachi(Quid-e-Azam International Airport), Lahore International Airport, Islamabad International Airport, Peshawar International Airport,  Quetta International Airport, and Multan Internatinal Airport. There are daily flights that connect Pakistan to most major destinations in the world. There are also local airlines which serve the Asia region, Central Pakistan, Western Pakistan and other major cities.

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Europe has the most beautiful and the most desirable tourism objects in the world. When we plan for a vacation, Europe could always be number one on your list. Going to countries in Europe require some tricks to make your vacation more enjoyable.

From all the activities, shopping could be the only one you are waiting for. Buying branded outfits in Milan, Paris, and London is always one thing. Shopping for cute and beautiful souvenirs is also considered as a must. However, do not let this activity empty your purse, or even bank account. As a solution for this, remember to always buy the souvenirs in cheaper countries as they offer much cheaper and usually more unique ones.

You can also do this: visit an expensive country to cheaper one, before going back to another expensive one. This can reduce your stress and give you more chances to visit all countries before you get too poor. Then, end up in a cheap country so you will have some money left to go home.

Get familiar with European tastes! You are having vacation to get fun, right? So do not let small problems bother you. For example, try to adapt the taste of cultural chameleons drink tea in England, white wine on the Rhine, or red wine in France. In short, think like a European if you are in Europe.

It will be good to come to Europe with friends as it eases you to get cheaper transportation. It is suggested to share a car as it is cheaper than a railpass for each. Renting a car also allows you to reach more places.

Try to always pay anything with local cash. Although your credit cards offer a good exchange rate, there are many places that accept only cash. Bed and breakfasts and craft shops are the two examples. Remember to keep your cash in money belt, and try to separate them. It is important to do this, especially if you are forgetful. When you left your purse somewhere, you still have some cash in your hand that will save you.

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Cresset-Travel.Com pleased to announce its economy Umrah package of 2010 for Pakistan National only with Sharing Package to Double Room Package rate. We introduce this budgetive package for the people who cannot afford luxury hotels in Makkah and  hotels in Madina, we are introducing this package with huge discounted rates.

we are also providing cheap hotel reservation from 5 star Luxury hotels to 2 star hotels in Saudi Arabia with huge discounted rates. find below the Umrah Economy Umrah Package:

Makkah Hotel:  Zahra Madani (Distance from Haram 750m, Share A Hijra)

Madina Hotels: Qasr-E-Aqeeq (Distance from Masjid-e-Nabwi 400m,)

Duration Child 2-5 Yrs Sharing (5 persons)per person Quad Room (per person) Triple Room(per person) Double Room(per person)

14 Nights    (6MAK, 8MED)

8,000 18,000 19.000 21,500 27,000
21 Nights(10MAK,11MED) 8,000 21,200 23,000 27,000 34,500
28 Nights( 14 MAK, 14 MED ) 8,000 24,400 27,000 32,500 42,000


  1. Original machine-readable passport valid for minimum 7 months, with at least two pages available for visa.
  2. Original NADRA ID card.
  3. 4 Passport size photographs with LIGHT BLUE background.
  4. Form B of Infant / Child as the case may be.
  5. Vaccination certificates.(Polio certificate for infant/child)
  6. Affidavit for Mehram, if required.
  7. Any other document required by Saudi Consulate like Nikah Nama / proof of relation etc.

Terms and Condition:

  1. 50% Advance payment with each passport.
  2. Remaining amount to be paid at the time of delivery of passport.
  3. Cancellation will be charged at PKR 10,000.00 per person, per child as the case may be.
  4. Package includes transport from JED-MAK-MED-MAK-JED on sharing basis.
  5. No direct return from Madinah to Jeddah.
  6. Travel will be strictly as per package, no change allowed.
  7. Individual travel is not allowed, min 4 pax required per flight otherwise taxi charges (SR 260 per taxi) would be levied for airport pick up, in addition to the package price.
  8. Infant & CHD 02 to 05 will neither have a seat on the transport nor a separate bed in hotel (Age restrictions must be followed-even if over by one day, full adult rate will be charged).
  9. Infant below 2 years totally free.
  10. Ziarat not included in above price. Extra 600/-PKR per person for both ziarat ( MAK & MED )
  11. Claims of services not provided as per commitment must be reported within 7 days of arrival in writing, which is duly signed by company representative in KSA.
  12. No claims will be entertained after 7 days of arrival from KSA.
  13. Package must be according to the confirmed flight reservations.
  14. Arrival information must be provided at least 24hrs before flight departure. Any person arriving without information will be charged at SR 300 per person in addition to the taxi charges.
  15. Self-Accommodation Not Allowed.

All Rates Are Subject To Change Without Prior Notice.

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Dubai, located on the Persian Gulf in the United Arab Emirates, has gone from small fishing town to huge urban center thanks to a government policy promoting trade and tourism. A few of the ambitious projects currently in the works in Dubai are a series of artificial islands in the shape of a global map, an underwater hotel, and what is planned to be the world’s tallest building, the Burj Dubai.

Because of a recent large influx of foreigners — both those building the city and those enjoying it — only about a quarter of Dubai’s population is native; but what the city lacks in roots it makes up for in cosmopolitan tolerance. Here, Muslim tradition and Western influence coexist, making it an attractive locale for tourists and businessmen from around the world. Here’s a three-day guide to exploring Dubai’s dynamic sights


Before diving into the bustling, ultra-modern metropolis that Dubai has become, it wouldn’t hurt to get a taste of what life was like before the city began its boom. Begin your exploration at Dubai Creek, the body of water that divides the city. To the south is the part known as Bur Dubai, and the banks on this side of the creek afford a great view of the northern, more modern part of Dubai, Deira.

You can also take a cruise on any number of water taxis — known as abras — which operate day and night. Find one that will pass by the Khor Dubai Wildlife Sanctuary, where you can spot flamingos and other migratory birds.

Get back on land at Shindagha near the mouth of the creek, where you can visit the former home of Sheikh Saeed Al Maktoum, the ruler of Dubai throughout the first half of the 20th century and the grandfather of Dubai’s current Sheikh, Maktoum.

Built in 1896, the house has been restored and is now open to the public as a museum. The architecture of the residence is typical of the region, featuring wind towers and rings of rooms built around a central courtyard.

Leave the museum and go a few hundred yards further up Dubai Creek to check out the Grand Mosque, which boasts the city’s tallest minaret. Looking at it, you’d think the mosque is as old as the rest of the surrounding historic quarter. In fact, it was built in the ’90s in the style of an older Grand Mosque that was demolished 30 years earlier.

Your next stop should be the Dubai Museum, located inside Dubai’s oldest building, the Al Fahidi Fort. The fort dates from the 1790s and provides a window into what life was like before Dubai’s rapid expansion. The air-conditioned museum is open daily until 7:30 p.m. — and don’t worry, all the multimedia displays are in both English and Arabic.

Now that you’ve had your fill of culture, it’s time to feast and have some fun. Since you’re still in the Bur Dubai section of the city, you’d do well to dine at Ayam Zamam, home to some of Dubai’s best Lebanese food. Enjoy live entertainment in Ayam Zamam’s authentic atmosphere until 3 a.m., or, if you’re looking for a more cosmopolitan experience, head over to Century Village, which has a wide variety of restaurants and bars — offering everything from Portuguese to Japanese cuisine. If you’re in the mood for a more familiar pub experience, check out the neighboring Irish Village.


While the city’s roots are on the banks of Dubai Creek, much of the Dubai’s new, modern development can be found along the coastal beaches to the south, where new world-class hotels and other architectural attractions make a day trip worthwhile.

Head southwest to Jumeirah Beach. Your destination here is the Burj Al Arab hotel — starting at roughly $1,000 U.S. a night, you might not want to check in, but it’s definitely worth checking out. Built in the shape of a sail and towering more than 1,000 feet over the Arabian sea, the Burj al Arab is the world’s tallest hotel and billed as the only one to receive seven-star rating.

You can visit the inside for a fee of 200 dirhams, or just over $50 US, which, in turn, will be credited towards food or drinks in the hotel. Climb up to the roof and gaze over some of Dubai’s other new record-setting landmarks, such as the Palm Islands, where some of the world’s most valuable real estate floats off the coast on manmade islands built in the shape of a giant palm.

In the afternoon, set out west from Jumeirah Beach to the Abu Dhabi golf club, located about an hour from the city center. The attention to detail and first-class service at these links is astounding; although Abu Dhabi is situated in the middle of the desert, the grounds have been so painstakingly created you’d never know it. Even if you’re not in the mood for golf, there are extensive facilities like a pool and sauna, as well as a beautiful clubhouse with a bar and restaurant.

If it’s just too hot to be inside, however, you might consider staying at Jumeira Beach for the day. If the warm waters of the gulf don’t provide enough aquatic fun, the Wild Wadi Water Park is at the western end of the beach. The Wild Wadi has a number of award-winning attractions, including thrilling slides that rival the best in North America.

For dinner, head back east along the beach to the Dubai Marine Beach Resort, where you’ll find Al Qasr, another excellent Lebanese restaurant. Finally, round out the evening by taking in the city’s club scene. You can either retreat west along Jumeirah Beach to get to Kasbaa at the Royal Mirage Hotel, or travel south to Planetarium. In either case, you’ll find some of the best that Dubai’s nightlife has to offer.


With low tariffs and a prime location in the Persian Gulf, Dubai has always been a trading center. These days, it has become a premier shopping destination, with plenty of bargains and promotions on both traditional and luxury goods.

Kick off your exploration of Dubai’s commercial districts northeast of the Dubai Creek, in the city’s Deira district. There you can spend some time haggling in the many markets, or souks . If you’re traveling with a female companion, she’ll likely want to go to the Perfume Souk, which offers a huge variety of both European and Middle Eastern scents.

Meanwhile, you can take the opportunity to escape to the Electronics Souk, where you can get anything and everything from TVs to karaoke machines. For more exotic wares — even if you’re just there to look — wander around the Spice Souk and Gold Souk. You’ll be able to negotiate a good deal on whatever souvenirs you may buy, and pay almost no taxes.

Of course, there are plenty of modern malls to choose from, too, with more on the way. The Mall of the Emirates, scheduled for completion in late 2005, will have 350 shops and even an artificial indoor ski slope. If you’re in the city in January or early February, you’ll be able to take advantage of the Dubai Shopping Festival, when prices are slashed all around town. Keep an eye out for other special events throughout the rest of the year, like June’s Summer Surprises festival, which feature raffles, entertainment and exhibits.

Once you’ve bought enough loot to fill your bags, it’ll be time to set off to the Dubai International Airport. Dubai’s airport is the busiest in the Middle East — and after three days of sightseeing, partying and relaxing, you’ll probably understand why.


  • Dubai’s population is predominantly Muslim; in some circumstances, engaging in activities such as drinking, smoking and gambling can be rude or outright illegal. For the same reason, the bar and club scene here is minimal. Nearly all such venues are found in the big tourist hotels, and just as often feature cheesy has-been acts as they do hot deejays.
  • Weekends in Dubai are on Thursdays and Fridays; therefore these days tend to be the busiest of the week for attractions, some of which are even closed on Saturdays.
  • Outside of Old Dubai, walking is not advisable. Furthermore, there are few marked street addresses to guide visitors. Cabbies will know how to get to where you want to go.
  • In addition to the metered, beige-colored Dubai Transport taxis, there are many unmetered private taxis. These cabs are not allowed to serve the airport, and you settle on a price before setting off with them.

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