Visit Islamabad Capital Territory

The Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT) is the capital of Pakistan and lies in the northern part of the country. This city is bordered to the north by the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province and to the east by Azad Kashmir. It is home to a variety of cultures, languages, and ethnicities, including Pashtun, Punjabi, Sindhi, Balochi, and Kashmiri people.

The main tourist attractions in ICT are Faisal Mosque which is one of South Asia's largest mosques; The Lok Virsa Museum showcasing Pakistani culture; The Centaurus Mall with over 200 shops; and The Daman-e-Koh nature park offering spectacular views of Islamabad from its vantage point high atop Margalla Hills. For those looking for an adrenaline rush can find it at Pir Sohawa amusement park with its roller coasters or take some time out for golfing at one of several courses in ICT.

An interesting historical fact about ICT is that it was designed as a modern capital city during the 1960s when General Ayub Khan was President of Pakistan. To this day the city remains heavily influenced by modern architecture from this era making it a unique destination for visitors from around the world.

Cities in Islamabad Capital Territory