PM Imran Khan directs to develop alternative tourism destinations

Government of PakistanPM Imran Khan directs to develop alternative tourism destinations

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: Prime Minister Imran Khan has directed to develop alternative tourism destinations in the Country to divert the flow of tourists from the existing busy tourist places in the northern areas, especially in the winter season.

Taking to his Special Assistant on Tourism Coordination Azam Jamil in Islamabad on Thursday, the prime minister underlined that Pakistan is gifted with natural beauty and we need to improve tourism facilitation including the development of infrastructure and housing.

The prime minister also directed to rehabilitate Governor House Nathia Gali in order to develop it into a high-end tourist destination, especially for the state guests.

Imran Khan emphasized on involving the private sector for the promotion of tourism in the Country.

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