Banshan Park is the most famous scenic spot in Islamabad. It climbs up a rolling hill through Panshan Road. The whole Islamabad has a panoramic view. The endless green waves spread to the horizon. There are only a few tall buildings showing the treetops. Although they soar into the sky, they are not eye-catching. In the distance was Laval Lake, which rippled with blue waves. The breeze rushes to the face, making people relaxed and happy, the night falls, thousands of lights, standing at the top of Islamabad, is more imaginative, seems to have the feeling of seeing the ocean. Apart from the central avenue that runs through the city, the rest of the roads run only through forest paths, which constitute the idyllic scenery of Islamabad. In the early morning, some people go to the stadium for exercise, but more people take a walk along the winding paths, which seems to give people a sense of tranquility. Islamabad does maintain its original ecology; whether you are in the embassy area or in the mountain lanes, you may encounter fat wild boars, who are aloof, swaying, not dodging, and not driven away* On the mountain, you will occasionally see monkeys blocking the road and asking for food. More than 11 million trees have been planted in Islamabad, covering an area of 3036.6 hectares. The trees here are green all year round. If you stand high, your eyes are full of lush. In order to protect vegetation, the Municipal Government of Islamabad did not widen the roads, but set aside a larger area for green plants. The woods look untouched, and the lawns under the trees are unintentionally sculpted, and the natural gullies and layers are formed according to the mountain trend. Such lawns need little water and are more durable. Sometimes the road is narrow between the two functional areas, with trees growing naturally on both sides and no tall buildings around it. Suddenly, I think I have come to the countryside. In front of the presidential palace and the parliament building, there is no usual square. Instead, it relies on the thick green vegetation to smear the environment. It is the simplicity of so many subtleties that contributes to the garden style of the whole city.
Banshan Park is the highest point in Islamabad. It takes more than two hours to walk horizontally and nearly two hours to walk up and down vertically. There is a place for tea houses to rest. The environment is also very good. The restaurant on the top of the hill is very famous. Basically, we don't come here to rest for a while until we finish climbing the hill.
daman-e-Koh Best place for visit. but need to be time at afternoon 4 oclock. it is best for relaxation and veiw....
Islamabad's high point, where you can see the panorama of Islamabad, there is a restaurant on the top of the hill is very famous, hot pot mutton is very delicious. A good place to see the panorama of Islamabad. You can go by car or on foot. It's good to have artists performing in the garden on big festivals.
There is such a park on the hillside of Islamabad. It has a long history. To tell the truth, Islam is a place with a long history.
The mountains are not very high and the parks are not very big, but you can see the beautiful scenery under the mountains.
Banshan Park has a very natural feeling, a very natural style, feel very comfortable, like it.