Top 5 Things to do in Wah, Pakistan

By Fatin Fareed | 25, Mar, 2021
Top 5 Things to do in Wah, Pakistan

If you are looking for unique travel destinations to blow you away, Pakistan tops the list. Not only is the country Muslim-friendly, but every corner of Pakistan has a sight that is awe-inspiring and beautiful. The locals of the country are amicable people who welcome tourists with generosity and hospitality.

Pakistan is one of the most famous countries in South Asia. It is increasing in popularity amongst tourists because of the brilliant sites to see here. Every corner of the country has something to appease the adventure-seeking traveler inside all of us. Various cities of Pakistan have made it to our travel lists, including Faisalabad, Multan, Islamabad, etc.

However, today – we at Halal Trip are taking you through a beautiful city full of life and love. The city of Wah in Pakistan is not one of the most famous cities. But it is by no means a boring place. Wah is filled with culture, hospitality, and friendly faces everywhere you go. It is the perfect city to look for a respite or for a romantic retreat with your loved ones.

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Rifle through history at the Taxila Museum
Taxila Museum Wah Pakistan

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This museum is a must-visit for every history buff and ancient civilization fan out there. The museum is located between Taxila city and Wah. It is filled with antiques and remnants from the ruins of the civilization of ancient Taxila. It is a favorite spot for locals and tourists alike and gives you an in-depth view of Wah and its culture. Furthermore, the museum also has several art pieces from the Mughal days.


Enjoy nature in the Wah Gardens
Wah Gardens Pakistan

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Mughals were big fans of royal gardens and great palaces. Wah enjoys being home to a beautiful set of gardens whose built gathers inspiration from the Mughal dynasty. Along with the Department of Archeology of Pakistan, the locals are taking steps to bring the zeal and zest of the garden from its Mughal days back. However, it is still a brilliant spot to unwind as you breathe in the fresh air and enjoy the wonderful greenery.


The Jaulian Buddhist Stupa and Monastery
Jaulian Buddhist Stupa and Monastery Wah Pakistan

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It has already been established that Wah and the area surrounding it are home to rich culture and history and the beautiful people of this district. The Jaulian Monastery and Stupa were the famous ruins of a Buddhist Monastery in the 2nd century. The excavations in this Monastery have unearthed several priceless cultural and historical facts.


The Jandial Temple
Jundial Temple Wah Pakistan

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The Jandial Temple is famous all over the world because of its intelligent construction. It was excavated from the Taxila ruins in the early 1900s and was declared a historical site. The temple has a set of columns and has been constructed on the architecture of ancient Greeks. Most astrologists believe that this temple is one of the most Hellenic structures that have yet been excavated in Pakistan.


Enjoy the feast of classical flavors

Other than the kaleidoscope of history and culture, Wah is home to a very distinct palate of flavors that you will not find anywhere else in Pakistan. The locals of Wah are fans of meats and rice which have been flavored with aromatic spices and are served with a variety of sauces. Roam around the city and its various marketplaces. Enjoying both the display of high-quality fabrics and local dresses as well as the feast of flavors on display.

Wah and the area surrounding the city is a brilliant place to reconnect with the past of Humankind and explore fantastic historical destinations that cannot be found in the western world. Moreover, the friendly people and the beautiful marketplaces seem like a breath of fresh air.

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