Pearl Continental Hotel Bhurban

Address: \N, Bhurban, 47150, Pakistan | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on \N, Bhurban, is near Margalla Hills, Shakarpariyan Hills, Hilal Park, and Saudi Pak Tower Building.
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    Travel Blogs from Bhurban

    The Religion of Islam

    A travel blog entry by shahid.muhd on Dec 20, 2009

    ... books
    produced in the later period of Islam. But all of these, based as they are on
    personal interpretations, do not have the status of sacred books. In Islam, it
    is only the Qur’an and Sunnah (the Prophet’s words and deeds) which enjoy the
    status of the only authentic sources, and it is to them that we must turn if we
    are to have a true appreciation of the essence of Islam.
    The mainstay of Islam is its ...

    Translation Pakistan

    A travel blog entry by fahadazhar on Aug 23, 2009 has expert translators for many languages including Arabic translation, Chinese translation, English Translation, French translation, German Translation, Italian Translation, Japanese Translation, Russian Translation, Spanish ...

    Journey to Mirpurkhas

    A travel blog entry by shahpoto on Aug 06, 2009

    6 comments, 8 photos

    Thanks to the media, majority of the urban residents have a negative perception regarding rural Sindh as foreigners have about Pakistan.

    Sindh is divided into two parts:

    -Upper Sindh
    -Lower Sindh

    Lower Sindh comprises of Mirpurkhas, Hyderabad, Hala, Umerkot, Badin, Thatta and Thar which is one of the peaceful areas of Sindh where you can fearlessly travel alone.

    Mirpurkhas is 220km ...

    Last Post (Final Day in Lahore)

    A travel blog entry by redheadgrrl on Mar 02, 2009

    2 comments, 7 photos

    Landing in Karachi was a lot like walking into a blast furnace, after the temperate Lahore weather. The city was stifling (in the mid-to-upper 90s, in February), and the brownouts were almost continuous. Adnan's family's house was large, covered in marble (for the coolness), and dark for much of the time after the UPS (Uninterrupted Power Supply) went out. He had not told his father that he ...


    A travel blog entry by napakistan on Dec 20, 2008


    Good to see your stepping up and speaking about your experience, here is some of mine. Been to Napakistan like 90 % of the people couldn't help me, now when i meet Napakistanies i need of help i also in return turn my shoulder to them, it has been working out great so far because i am not boggle down by stress, living a peacefully life and people that country as a whole as generalizing the majority of the population I'd have to say they are jealous people even the men gossip,we all ...