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What are the shopping options like in Rawalpindi, Punjab?

nine local experts

From buying a car to purchasing groceries to following the latest fashion trends, here's what nine local experts had to say about shopping in Rawalpindi, Punjab.

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He should know about all the historical places so that he could visit places more and more in Rawalpindi like Ayub National Park, Tench bazar, Malls, Saddar food street. He should manage time as well to visit because it is big city and most important thing is that Rawalpindi has a value in Pakistan. General Headquarters is located in Rawalpindi.

Muhammad, says: 2020

Anyone visiting Rawalpindi for the first time should be wary of scammers. There have been some instances of tourists getting scammed by the local, similarly there have been some reportings of tourists and locals, who have started to argue over the high prices that the locals are demanding. When someone has the chance to to visit Rawalpindi they should come prepared for any types of scams the locals might conjure up.

Rawalpindi is the most amazing place in Punjab. It has Ayub Park and the house of Sheikh Rasheed Ahmad known as “Laal Haveli”. It has great shopping malls in Saddar. There is metro bus through which you can travel to Islamabad by paying a ticket of Rs. 30. And it is a well developed city where all the facilities are available.

Muqaddas, says: 2020

Well! I live in Rawalpindi, a beautiful city in Northern Punjab – the largest province of Pakistan. Rawalpindi has many attractions for newcomers, e. g, Raja Bazar is the central wholesale market where you can buy anything you imagine. There is Jinnah Garden which presents the classic and modern tourism sites. Ayub National Park is another great site to visit especially for the children. Rawalpindi is a twin city to the federal Capital of Pakistan, i.e., Islamabad. It is again one of the most beautiful cities of the world and a gateway to the Northern areas of Pakistan because the Grand Trunk Road passes through Rawalpindi/Islamabad.

Memona, says: 2020

Rawalpindi has a very friendly environment. There are many housing societies, there are a lot of good institutions for education including; primary, secondary and higher education. The weather is hot in summer. The most suitable time to live is winter. Rawalpindi also has the largest market of Asia known as Tench Bhatta. Most of the military setup is in Rawalpindi.

Masood, says: 2020

Rawalpindi is adjacent to the capital Islamabad. Together these are known as the twin cities. Rawalpindi is mixture of the old and new, it includes historic buildings of the British Era along with recently built mega malls. There is never a dull day here. You can find almost anything from a spare rearview mirror to Peshawari chappals all in the biggest market of the city, Raja Bazaar.

Rawalpindi is one of the most prominent cities of Pakistan. Cities are developed and contain all the primary facilities including schools, hospitals, markets and others. Besides the weather is suitable and those who recently moved to my city are fully satisfied. There are better employment opportunities as well. I also recommend my friends to move to Rawalpindi to avail these better opportunities and live a prosperous life.

Rawalpindi has a bold and bolshie character, it is in essence a vibrant but often merciless city. Named after a man, it’s befitting for people with wild roaming spirits. This city is a maze and a conglomeration of various classes. Fortunately you can easily find low rent places in the City. We are adjacent to the capital Islamabad and that’s where a lot of the universities, eateries, tourist sites, foreign embassies and government offices are. We have many colorful bazaars, Raja Bazaar, Tench Bazaar and Saddar, in there Bazaars you can find anything for whatever your budget may be, the metro bus service in Rawalpindi is something very helpful to people wanting to travel daily who may afford not be able to afford it. The city is at times brutal and unexpectedly kind at other times, that’s exactly how the weather behaves too.

Fatima, says: 2020

Rawalpindi is the tasteful mix of old and new. The central region mostly consists of 100-year old houses and markets and is quite congested. The cantonment area and suburbs are quite well planned and organised. One can find almost any thing from different large and small markets. Shortage of water in most areas of city is a serious problem. People belonging to this city are hospitable and good natured, always ready to help the new residents. Different branches of all the government offices, banks and other organisations are located here.

Maheen, says: 2020
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