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Located about 6Km from the village of Shogran in a remote corner of the Kaghan Valley is the beautiful destination of Seri Paya

Surrounded by the Makra Peak, Malka Parbat, Moosa da Musalla and several soaring mountains, this destination is worth visiting. Enjoy breathtaking views and the serene atmosphere that lingers around the area.

Seri Paya is a popular weekend adventure destination for the locals. Any time of the year is excellent to visit the destination. The Seri Lake and the sheer beauty that surrounds it enchant the visitors. Paya is famous for its green meadows, brilliant blossoming flowers, alpine settings and views of snow-capped peaks. Clouds hover around the area and the flower beds create picture perfect scenery for the visitors. The lakes around the Seri Paya seem to be painted lagoons against ideal settings.

Seri Paya can be easily reached via the main Balakot-Naran Road. As you travel from Balakot up the picturesque Shogran valley, you will reach Seri Paya. A rugged jeep track takes you up to your destination. The road to Seri Paya in itself is quite scenic. There are several accommodation options in Shogran and visitors can find delicious fish dishes and local cuisines. Visitors can confirm with the staff about the halal authenticity of the food. Also enquire with the hotel staff about Masjid and prayer timings.

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    Located about 6Km from the village of Shogran in a remote corner of the Kaghan Valley is the beautiful destination of Seri Paya Surrounded by the Makra Peak, Malka Parbat, Moosa da Musalla and several soaring mountains, this destination is worth visiting. Enjoy breathtaking views and the serene atmosphere that lingers…
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Pakistan Info

ADMINISTRATIVE CAPITAL: Islamabad

COMMERCIAL CAPITAL: Karachi

GEOGRAPHY

Pakistan is situated in Southern Asia bordering Afghanistan to the north-west and Iran to the west while China borders the country in the north and India to the east.

DEMOGRAPHY

A population of close to 177 Million. Muslims account for about 95% of the population.

CLIMATE

The climate of Pakistan is characterized by hot summers and cool winters and it is generally varied throughout the country. Summer temperatures  may go high as 38°C while in winter it may go low as 4°C.

LANGUAGES SPOKEN

Urdu and Englsih are the two official languages. Punjabi, Saraik and Pashto are widely used as well.

LOCAL TIME

GMT+5
Summer: GMT +6

BUSINESS HOURS

Government: 8 AM to 3 PM
General: 9 AM to 5 PM
(In many schools and enterprises, Friday is usually considered a half-day)


HOLIDAYS

Independence Day: August 14th
Pakistan Day: March 23rd
May Day: May 1st
Birthday of Quaid-e-Azam: December 25th

Muslim Festival (Based on the lunar calandar):
Id-ul-Fitr
Id-ul-Adha
Milad-un-Nabi

CURRENCY

Pakistani Rupee

IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS

Police/ Emergencies: 15
Medical: 115
Fire: 16

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