Pearl-Continental Hotel Peshawar

Address: Khyber Road, Peshawar, 25000, Pakistan | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Khyber Road, Peshawar, is near Badshahi Mosque, Wagah Border, Lahore Museum, and Fort and Shalamar Gardens.
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        Travel Blogs from Peshawar

        A day in Peshawar Market

        A travel blog entry by pczalazar on Jun 18, 2015

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        ... art, people wearing the colorful clothes, trying the new food and listening to the beautiful Language Pushto the regional language and Urdu the “Standard” language. We all bought Kameez Shalwar that is the National Dress of Pakistan and wore them at the changing room, turn by turn and ready to go to Swat. We took a cab to Ashnaghri area where the Daewoo bus stop is. Tickets to Swat valley costed around 10 dollars each and the clothes cost us 200$ all together. ...

        Just in time for a wedding...

        A travel blog entry by ruafza129 on Aug 13, 2013

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        ... so I have to say that everything at the wedding so far has been over the top.

        Anyways, I should start off by saying that since the majority of Pakistanis are Muslim, much of marriage ceremony falls under Islamic law. You'll see what I'm taking about a little later in my post. Also, most marriages here are semi-arranged; that is, the parents find potential spouses based on alot of factors (social standing, education and wealth are the most ...

        How to get a Chinese Visa for Dummies

        A travel blog entry by nalddo on Jul 22, 2010

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        Lahore is a bustling and very hot city. After having explored the old city for one day with Sam, a German guy I met at the hostel, I went the next day to Wagah, at the border between Pakistan and India, to assist to the closing-of-the-border ceremony. Since independence of Pakistan in 1947, the border line between Pakistan and India has always been a point of discord, highlighted by the Kashmir dispute. This ceremony is supposed to show in a comical way the dead serious ...

        The Temptations of Big Bear, and other books

        A travel blog entry by thesunroseclear on Jun 01, 2010

        ... frontier just over a century ago. Peter Matthiessen has written some of the best non-fiction books I know, including The Snow Leopard, In the Spirit of Crazy Horse, and Under the Mountain Wall. Killing Mister Watson is a story involving isolated frontier settlements, struggle against the forces of nature, and taking the law into one's own hands in the absence of any authorized agency. If I asked you to guess which US state it is set in, I reckon ten guesses ...

        The North West Frontier Province

        A travel blog entry by watchoutworld on Feb 21, 2009

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        ... the story on the bus driver - m explained to him, because he didn't speak English but he proudly told everyone he spoke to about my 'origins' and made sure I was happy throughout the journey, giving me food and putting me in a rickshaw at the other end! My bus journey took me down the motorway, past rows of tanks in a big military base and into the North West Frontier Province (NWFP), to Peshawar near the ...