Pearl-Continental Hotel Peshawar

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

    Khyber Pass and Khazi

    A travel blog entry by di4health on Feb 05, 1988

    Today we went for a tour of Peshawar. We went through the 4 bazaars.We saw where the camel trains from the past used to lodge overnight. This lodging was to allow them to recoup after crossing the Khyber pass and before entering India.
    We has a lovely cup of green tea on the grass floor in a local teahouse. We has to take off our shoes before …

    Just in time for a wedding...

    A travel blog entry by ruafza129 on Aug 13, 2013

    13 photos

    ... though the potential couple makes the final decision as to whether or not they want to wed. For example, Jo-jo knew the family of the other man to whom she was engaged, and she knew the reputation of her husband-to-be. And of course, she is more than excited to be marrying him. So, the way couples here find each other is through love, it's just a different type of love.

    The whole wedding process kicks off two days before the actual three day ...

    Peshawar – last port of call in Pakistan

    A travel blog entry by michu on Nov 03, 2011

    23 photos

    We immediately liked Peshawar – the air was cool and clean and sky blue again. Arriving in the city, the fort stud out prominently, still being the headquarter of the police and army – so a no go zone.

    The city has a relaxed feeling even though the bazaars were busier and a buzz as everyone was getting prepared for the upcoming important celebrations of Eid-Al-Adha. Every ...

    How to get a Chinese Visa for Dummies

    A travel blog entry by nalddo on Jul 22, 2010

    5 photos

    ... experience to enter China following the mystic Karakoram Highway and crossing the Khunjerab Pass, that links Pakistan and China (open only during summer).

    I thought it would be straightforward enough to get a Chinese visa in Islamabad, so the first day, I simply showed up at the embassy with my passport and a photo. I was asked to come back the day after with a couple more documents (bank statement, hotels reservation, intended itinerary…). But ...

    Peshawar

    A travel blog entry by tsimko on Apr 22, 2010

    1 comment, 30 photos

    ... one particular kind of goods or service, like jewelry, vegetable, clothes, electronics, leather and others. Although it’s bustling, you can see calmness in peoples’ eyes. Fascinating are the ubiquitous tea shops with samovars serving kawah (green tea) in cute little pots, distributed to vendors by youngsters. Although available milk green tea might sound weird, the taste was surprisingly good. The city seems to be even more ...