Lahore >> List of Tallest Buildings in Pakistan
Pearl Continental Tower Lahore
It is an extended building at old PC Hotel Lahore. Very beautiful designed and modern day tallest building in Pakistan with 42 floor and high of about 550 feet and totally front glass. People from all over Pakistan come here to just see a glance of this skyscrapers in Pakistan.
Hashoo group has announced that they will made such more modern buildings in other cities of Pakistan including Karachi, Hyderabad, Multan, Faisalabad, Sialkot, Gujrat, Islamabad, Rawalpindi and few other areas.
High buildings are now sign of prosperity and richness of any country.
Bahria Icon Tower
Bahria Icon tower is located in Karachi. Its height is 320 M. It is largest building in Pakistan with 70 floors, various kinds of shopping malls, residential apartments and others. It is owned by Malik Riaz a famous Tycon of Construction Industry in Pakistan.
The Centaurus Tower Islamabad
The Centaurus Hotel is in Islamabad with 41 floors and 657 feet high or 200 M. This building will be used as hotel, shopping Mall and others.
IT Tower construction was started in 2007. It has 47 floors. This building will be used for offices, hotels and parking food centers, swimming pools, library, cinema and auditorium. Its height measurement is 183 M.
World Trade Center Islamabad
World Trade Center Islamabad Height is 175 M or 574 Feet. Its used as commercial building. It construction was also started in 2007. It is located in DHA Islamabad near to GT Road. Building consists of Shopping Mall, Office Tower and Hotel.
Dolment City Office Tower 1
Dolment city Tower is also in Karachi. It is 150 M or 492 Feet high building. It has 40 floors. It will be completed in 2012.
Centre Point Tower
Centre Point Tower height is 150 Meter. It is also new addition in tallest building in Pakistan. It has 28 floors.
Alamgir Tower is one of the tallest buildings in Lahore with 137 meter or 449 feet height. It will be used for offices, shopping etc.
List of Other Tallest / Largest Building in Pakistan.
MCB Tower in Islamabad
Habib Bank Plaza Karachi
Islamabad Stock Exchange Tower
Centre Point Tower
The Mall Karachi
Chapal Plaza, PIC Tower
Karachi Port Tower
KPT Twin Tower
PC Tower Lahore
Expo Hotel Lahore
Kohinoor Heights Faisalabad
We have gathered here Tallest / Biggest / Largest buildings, mosques, rivers, cities and other things in Pakistan. It is not only a general knowledge about Pakistan but also it would a great addition in your information about different things.
Largest Cities in Pakistan
Pakistani cities are growing every day and thousands of people settled to big cities for study, jobs, business or other purposes. Karachi is largest city in Pakistan and second largest city is Lahore and here is list of Population wise largest and biggest cities of Pakistan
Largest Mosque in Pakistan
Pakistan is an Islamic Country with thousands of famous and beautiful mosques in almost every city of Pakistan. There are lots of historical mosques build by Muslim rulers before hundreds of years ago. Area wise Badshahi Mosque Lahore is the larges mosque in Pakistan. List of famous, Historical and largest mosques are
Longest River in Pakistan
Pakistan is land of rivers and Canals. There are many famous rivers in Punjab and other provinces in Pakistan. Longest river in Pakistan is Sindh or Indus.
Largest Dam in Pakistan
Largest dam in Pakistan is Tarbela dam and other are listed below.
Largest Banks in Pakistan
Tallest Buildings in Pakistan
Here is list of tallest building in Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad Pakistan.
Habib Bank Plaza was the tallest building in Pakistan for many Years but now other building are in the list including.
Highest Mountains in Pakistan
Below listed all Mountains / Peaks are more than 8000 meter high. Most of these peaks are located in Himalaya, Karakoram and Hindu Kush ranges.
Highest Temperature in Pakistan
Highest Temperature ever recorded was 53.5 C in Mohenjo Daro Sindh Pakistan. Other highest temperature areas and Hottest cities of Pakistan are:
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