The Tourism Development Corporation of Punjab is an autonomous body incorporated under the Companies Ordinances 1984 on the 10th December 1986. The Corporation is governed by Managing Director under the administrative control of Secretary, Government of the Punjab, Youth Affairs, Sports, Archaeology & Tourism Department. Major decisions are taken by the Board of Directors (BOD) under the Chairmanship of Chief Minister Punjab.

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Land of Five Reivers

Punjab, the second largest province in Pakistan is known for its ancient cultural heritage as well as its religious diversity. The lands of Punjab have been home to a number of Sufi Shrines, Hindu Temples and holiest sites of Sikhism. The Indus Valley Civilization once ruled the region. The Gandhara civilization was also quite dominant in the northern region of Punjab at Taxila. Punjab represent a unique mixture of Mughals, Sikhs and Colonial architecture. It presents a promising outlook due to factors like better communication infrastructure, a more satisfactory security situation and the diversity of its cultural and natural assets. culture, history, religion, and eco-tourism.

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Top Tourist Attractions of Punajab, Pakistan

Tourism in Pakistan is gradually rising as the security situation calms down. The economic corridor is also kicked off with several batches of trade goods reaching Gwadar and Khunjerab Pass. It is likely that business will eventually bloom in this country. Such a country would attract foreign people and local investors as well. Consequently, people would certainly travel within Pakistan, and that is why we have gathered some of the top tourist attractions in the Punjab region.

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