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7 Day 6 Night

Lahore-Khewra Salt Mines | Peshawar | Peshawar | Takht-e-Bahi-Saidu Sharif, Swat | Rawalpindi | Islamabad

Pakistan is a beautiful country with stunning landscapes and picturesque mountains, lakes and fields


Pakej ini bukan sahaja berhenti dan ambil gambar, anda juga ada masa untuk menghayati dan belajar tentang sejarah tempat tersebut. Sesuai untuk mereka yang mahukan suasana percutian yang lebih relax.
Pakej kami sesuai untuk warga emas yang tak nak penat-penat. Anda akan spend masa di atas jalan kurang daripada 23 jam berbanding pakej kebiasaan yang tempoh di atas jalannya melebihi 24 jam.
Pakej ini bukan sekadar melancong dan ambil gambar, kita akan menghayati sejarah Kerajaan Islam Uthmaniyah sambil melihat bangunan peninggalan mereka. Baru rasa sejarah itu best dan hidup depan mata.
Ada beza driver tour guide biasa dan yang berpengalaman. Kami memilih driver tour guide yang berpengalaman dan memahami keperluan orang Malaysia.
Solat sangat kami titikberatkan. Restoran dan makanan yang dipilih dipastikan halal. Staf kami akan guide makanan mana yang boleh dimakan. Anda boleh tanya tour guide kami jika ada sebarang keraguan.


DAY 1 : Kuala Lumpur - Lahore
Upon arrival at Lahore airport, you will be met by a Felda Travel representative and transferred overnight in Lahore

DAY 2 : Lahore sightseeing
After breakfast begins a full-day tour of Lahore. The historic capital of both the Mughal and Sikh empires, the city also played a significant part in the British governance of Punjab. Home to a remarkable collection of cultural and historic highlights, your tour includes visits to the Lahore Museum—established in 1864-1865 by the British— which displays collection of the Mughal and Sikh eras, relics of the Indus Valley Civilization and Gandharan Art; Badshahi Mosque commissioned by Emperor Aurangzeb in 1671, with construction of the mosque lasting for two years until 1673 and which is regarded as one of the largest mosques in the world and can accommodate up to one hundred thousand worshipers at a time; and Lahore Fort which now enjoys the status of a “World Heritage Site” and was constructed by the Mughal Emperor Akbar during the period 1556-1605 on the ruins of an ancient Fort called “Lohawar” (meaning as strong as iron).

In the afternoon visit Wazir Khan Mosque built in 17th century by Sheikh Alim-ud-Din Ansari (known as Wazir Khan) and the Famous Shahi Hamam (royal bath) that has been recently renovated and won a prestigious award for fine restoration. We will then go to Anarkali Bazaar, famous for its shopping and named after a dancing girl who caught the fancy of Prince Salim, a son of Mughul Emperor Akbar. Return to the hotel for overnight.

DAY 3 : Lahore sightseeing
This morning we will visit Jahangir’s Tomb, the only Mughal Emperor buried in Lahore and Noor Jahan’s Tomb once richly decorated with floral fresco paintings on lime plaster. The Dilkusha Garden in which he is buried was a “favorite spot” of Jahangir and his wife Nur Jahan, when they lived in Lahore. Though historians attribute the construction of the tomb to Jahangir’s son Shah Jahan, the tomb may have been the result of Nur Jahan’s vision. She is said to have designed the mausoleum in 1627, and possibly helped fund it. Construction started in 1627 and required ten years for completion. Return to the hotel for some rest and then in the afternoon visit Shalimar Garden World Heritage Site (constructed by Emperor Shah Jahan in 1647), and visit Wagah border for witnessing the “Flag Lowering Ceremony”– the lowering of the flags ceremony at the Wagah border is a daily military practice that the security forces of India and Pakistan have jointly followed since 1959. The drill is characterized by elaborate and rapid dance-like maneuvers. Huge crowds on both sides of the border raise patriotic slogans during the ceremony. Drive back to Lahore city and return to the walled city to watch the Sufi Music (only on Thursday) and enjoy a special local dinner, where one has the opportunity to mingle with locals and tourists out for the evening. Overnight at the hotel.

DAY 4 : Lahore-Khewra Salt Mines-Peshawar
After breakfast drive to Peshawar en-route visiting the Kewra Salt mines which are the second largest salt deposits in the world. The mine is famous for its production of Pink Himalayan Salt and is a major tourist attraction, drawing up to 250,000 visitors a year. Its history dates back to its discovery by Alexander’s troops in 320 BC, but it started trading during the Mughal era. The main tunnel at ground level was developed by Dr. H. Warth, a mining engineer, in 1872 during the British rule. After visiting Kewra, continue the drive to Peshawar on the newly built motorway. After arriving and checking in to the hotel for freshening up, we will proceed for a visit to Peshawar’s fabled “street of storytellers”—Qissa Khwani Bazaar—which is known as the Piccadilly of central Asia.

Overnight at the Pearl- Continental Hotel (4*)

DAY 5 : Peshawar-Takht-e-Bahi-Saidu Sharif, Swat
This morning we start with a visit to Peshawar Museum, a most impressive building previously known as Victoria hall built in 1905 (and which British officers and soldiers once used as a dancing hall) and now serving as the museum. Here one can find a priceless collection of Gandharan art which is beautifully displayed. We then continue our visit to the Coppersmiths Bazaar, Peshawar Pottery, Bird Bazaar, Grain Bazaar, Andarshah Bazaar, Peshawar’s last remaining Mughal Mosque, the seventeenth-century Mahabat Khan Mosque, and Cunningham Clock tower. After lunch, we will drive to Swat, en route visiting Takht-e-Bahi Buddhist Monastry (World Heritage site). The Buddhist Ruins of Takhi-e-Bahi (Throne of Origins) are a monastic complex founded in the early 1st century A.D., spectacularly positioned on various hilltops. The Monastery, whose buildings were constructed of stone in Gandhara patterns, was in continual use until the 7th century AD. It is composed of an assemblage of buildings and is the most complete Buddhist monastery in Pakistan.

On arrival at Swat, check in to Pameer Hotel Swat (3+*).

DAY 6 : Saidu Sharif
Swat is a land that shines with fruit-laden orchards, flower-filled slopes, meandering rivers, tumbling streams and is surrounded by the mighty ranges of the Hindu Kush and the Karakoram. The valley is 1200 meters above sea level and Saidu Sharif and Mingora are the towns that form the twin capitals of this area. We begin our sightseeing tour of Swat including the Swat Museum, established in 1959 by the Wali-e-Swat. Its display was redesigned in the early 1990s by the Japanese and is one of the finest examples of Buddhist art in the country. Besides Buddhist Art, the museum also houses an ethnological collection. After the museum, we will first visit the Saidu Baba Mosque which was built in memory of the former King of Swat and then visit famous archaeological sites of Butkara I, and Saidu Stupa. Another 4 km away one reaches Ghaligai Rock Buddhas, facing the river Swat. In the afternoon we will visit Mingora Bazaar, which is the commercial center worth visiting as Swat is famous for its embroidered textiles, woodwork and for its semi-precious stones, such as emeralds and rubies. Then continue to Murghazar, the old white palace constructed from white marble and adorned with ornate carvings. Return to the hotel for overnight.

DAY 7 : Swat-Rawalpindi-Islamabad - Kuala Lumpur
After breakfast, we return to Rawalpindi-Islamabad passing through the Malakand Pass, Chakdara (where Sir Winsotn Churchill was once stationed) and following the Grand Trunk Road through Mardan and then south to Rawalpindi on the new Motorway. En route we will stop at Taxila, Sir John Marshal excavated Taxila between 1913 & 1939 and this Buddhist site is known as an archaeological paradise and includes the remains of three cities, Buddhist monasteries and Stupas. The History of Taxila spans nearly 1000 years (6th Century BC to 5th century AD). Visit Taxila Museum, Bhir Mound (600 BC city remains), Dharmarajika Stupa from the Ashoka period (3rd Cent. BC) and Sirkap (2nd century BC remains of Bactrian Greek city). After Taxila, come the twin cities of Rawalpindi-Islamabad, where, where we will transfer to Islamabad Hotel for fresh up (For 2-4 pax one room & 5 pax and above 2 rooms will be available for fresh up). After fresh up drive to the airport



  • English Speaking guide throughout the tour.
  • Breakfast as per itinerary
  • Entry ticket to sites, forts, and museums
  • Porterage during check-in/check out at hotel
  • Two bottles of 500 ml mineral water pp/pd only in vehicle
  • Transport:
    • 7 to 13+1 Pax: 18 Seater Saloon Coaster throughout the tour
    • 3 to 6 Pax: 12 seater Van
    • 2 pax: Saloon car

Explanatory notes

  1. a) Incidental expenses are not factored into the cost (such as lunches, beverages, tipping, laundry, room service, etc)
  2. b) The guide accompanying you would need to be accommodated in the vehicle(s) provided
  3. c) Insurance is not offered for this tour and Felda Travel cannot be held liable or responsible in case of any unforeseen circumstances.


  • Flight tickets
  • Personal expenses
  • Security charge
  • Tipping for guide/driver – compulsory
  • Meals not mentioned in the itinerary
  • Tours and places not included in the itinerary
  • Tours are weather and time-dependent, may be subject to cancellations.
  • Incidental expenses are not factored into the cost (such as lunches, beverages, tipping, laundry, room service, etc)
  • The guide accompanying you would need to be accommodated in the vehicle(s) provided
  • Insurance is not offered for this tour and Felda Travel cannot be held liable or responsible in case of any unforeseen circumstances


Jenis Pakej Harga Seorang
Min 2 orang RM 4299.00
Min 3 orang RM 3899.00
Min 5 orang RM 3299.00
Min 7 orang RM 3199.00
Min 10 orang RM 3099.00


3 nights at Lexus Grand Hotel Lahore 5*

1 night at Pearl-Continental Hotel Peshawar 5*

2 nights at Pameer Hotel Swat 3*


*Tiada tarikh khas, anda boleh memilih tarikh semasa membuat tempahan.


Tempahan percutian anda sekarang. Lebih jimat dan lebih menyeronokkan!


Terms & Conditions:

(1) Accommodation & rates are subject to the property’s availability at the time of received your written acceptance; blackout dates and surcharges may apply and is not included in this quotation unless otherwise specified. (2) All prices quoted are correct at the time of printing. In the event a service provider increases its prices and currency fluctuation during the course this package. Felda Travel reserves the right to increase the prices under this package. (3) In order to handle your reservation efficiently, please provide detailed information such as arrival/departure dates, flight details, number of rooms, room types, full name as per passport and age of children. (4) All confirmed bookings sent by Felda Travel are assumed by accepted by the customer. For cases when the requested service is not available, alternative services may be confirmed by Felda Travel. (5) Full payment must be made soon after confirmation has been made. A cancellation fee will apply in the event of cancellation of tour reservations after completion of deposit and / or full payment. (6) Not all hotel provide electric kettle and ironing facilities. (7) Not all hotels have rooms for 3 people. Therefore, extra bed will be added only on twin sharing rooms. (8) Felda Travel Sdn Bhd have no responsibility for any damage, loss, accident, sickness, injury or death that you or anyone else may suffer or incur arising out of the activities. (9) In the event a client is a “No Show”, no refund in full or in part will be given for services in the programmed not utilized. (10) Bank details: Account Name: FELDA TRAVEL SDN BHD Bank: Maybank Berhad (5642 1210 4395)


Cancellation received Charges Per Person
Deposit forfeited
51-60 days before the date of departure 35% of tour fare
31-50 days before the date of departure 50% of tour fare
30 days or less before the date of departure 100% of tour fare

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