In Pakistan, you have valleys, rivers, mountains, beaches, tall buildings, Mughal art and architecture, but who wants that? Lakes and seas, towns and markets, chai and food – Pakistan is colorless.
Here are the 10 most boring places in Pakistan.
1. Murree with its rolling green hills, mountain resorts and quiet serenity is certainly not a holiday destination. We had better stay at home.
2. The valley of Swat is not at all enchanting. This bubbling river does not even make a good desktop wallpaper.
3. Ziarat and its juniper forests, gorges and rocky hills will make any adventurer run away in a different direction.
4. Faisalabad is ‘allegedly’ famous for its samosas, happening points and trendy dresses. If you are a shopaholic looking for fun, don’t bother to stop here.
5. Rawalpindi is just the less cooler sibling of Islamabad. It does not have any places of interest. The life there is rather dull and monotonous.
6. Quetta! God knows why the city is called the ‘fruit garden of Pakistan’. Where are the orchards and greenery? Do you know it even snows here. Shudders.
7. Kaghan Valley is simply overrated. Why would anyone want to look at the panoramas of mountains and lake? People often camp out here to stare the starlit skies. It doesn’t make sense.
8. Neelum Valley is thickly forested and surrounded by snowy peaks. People say it houses plenty of beautiful and historical places. Don’t believe them. It is just grass.
9. Karachi… Where to begin? It is so boring that we will let this picture do the talking.
10. Lahore. Yes, yes, Lahore and its Mughal architecture. It is all so rusty now. Just look!
Well, there is nothing you can do about it. These are just the most boring places in Pakistan, no way around it.