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Living in Quetta, Pakistan:
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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Quetta, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked six people living in Quetta what someone who is considering moving to or visiting there should know. Here are their pros and cons, tips, and advice:

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Quetta, formerly known as Shalkot, is the provincial capital and the largest city (in terms of population) of the Province of Balochistan. Quetta is one of the beautiful tourist destinations in Pakistan for international tourists. It has many beautiful and heart-wrenching spots such as ‘Hanna Lake’ where people come from all across Pakistan.

Muhammad, says: 2020

It is good but, there are some things which will be different for him/her for example the people, rules, society etc. he/she must be ready and have a patience of adapting the new society and place. Migrating from one place to other is a good option because if you migrate from one place to another there is a great chance of becoming successful.

Quetta is the capital of Balochistan, Pakistan. The city is known for its natural beauty. The climate here is cold and dry. And winters are extreme. be pack up accordingly. Most people here belong to Pashtun and Baloch ethnicities, both of whom are known for their hospitality and loyalty. You might not find equally competitive facilities as in other well-developed cities, however, infrastructure is improving steadily.

Quetta is one of the most unsafe spaces in Pakistan. The members of our community have been persecuted for their faith for over two decades now. The Hazara community professes the Shia strand of Islam. Since the turn of the last decade and even before that, the members, usually called the Hazaras, have been at the receiving end of state-sponsored violence.

Quetta is known as a Flower basket. It is one of the most beautiful cities in Pakistan, It is famous due to its versatility and beauty. People are also very hospitable that leaves a great impression on visitors. Although it is a developing city, it is one of them where anybody wishes.

city remain target of terrorist attacks for long to he must have it in mind where to go or where not to go. must know that local food is more inexpensive and easily available and its remain cold from November to march. Better to speak Urdu as many people cannot understand English.

Muhammad, says: 2020

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