CS of Pakistan advocates Pakistan’s Tourism Potential on World Tourism Day.

Islamabad, (Parliament Times) : In recognition of World Tourism Day, the Chairman Senate of Pakistan, Muhammad Sadiq Sanjrani, has issued a message inviting tourists worldwide to explore the untapped potential of Pakistan’s natural and rich cultural wonders.

Chairman Senate inspired by the breathtaking landscapes and cultural richness observed in Skardu, Gilgit Baltistan during his recent visit, envisions the region as a potential tourism hub. He encourages global tourists to explore the majestic mountains, serene valleys, and vibrant culture of Pakistan’s northern areas, recognizing the economic benefits that tourism can bring to the people of the region.

Highlighting the profound cultural and economic significance of Tourism, Chairman Senate expressed that Pakistan is blessed with regions of unexplored beauty, with majestic mountains, serene valleys, and a vibrant culture awaiting discovery.

“By fostering tourism, we can create jobs, stimulate local businesses, and contribute to the overall prosperity of our nation,” remarked Chairman Senate, emphasizing the economic opportunities tied to the tourism industry.

In addressing global environmental concerns, the Chairman Senate underscored the role of responsible tourism in the preservation of Pakistan’s breathtaking landscapes.

“By promoting eco-friendly practices and sustainable tourism initiatives, we can ensure the preservation of our natural wonders for generations to come,” he stated, aligning the call for exploration with environmental responsibility.

Recognizing the tremendous potential of religious tourism in Pakistan, the Chairman Senate called for global outreach efforts to market the country’s religious tourism potential on the global stage. He also extended an open invitation to individuals from all backgrounds to experience the spiritual diversity and harmony inherent in Pakistan’s rich religious history.

“Our land hosts sacred sites that attract pilgrims from various faiths, such as Buddhists, Sikhs, and Hinduism. We extend an open invitation to people of all backgrounds to experience the spiritual diversity and harmony that defines our nation,” Chairman Senate emphasized.

In his closing remarks, Chairman Senate warmly invited tourists from across the globe to explore Pakistan’s culture, witness the hospitality of its people, and behold the natural wonders that grace its landscapes.

“Let us join hands in fostering a world where travel becomes a bridge that connects hearts and cultures,” he concluded

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