Highlights: Magra Mountain is located in the northwest of Islamabad and belongs to the remnants of the Karakoram Mountains. There is Islamabad Wildlife Park at the foot of the mountain (at the entrance of the highway where F6 and F7 meet), drive along the highway, and there is a half-mountain park built on the mountainside, and you can overlook the entire Islamabad from its viewing platform.
Highlights: Banshan Park is located in the Magra Mountains National Park, about 730 meters above sea level. A panoramic view of the city can be seen from the observation deck. It is a good place for weekend leisure, photography, and a good place to spend time.
Highlights: Islamabad has a high green coverage, and the entire block of F9 has been turned into a park. The view in the park is very wide, and wild animals such as wild boars, foxes, monkeys live in the woods in the park. The sound and shadow of wild boars and foxes can sometimes be seen on the streets of Islamabad, which shows the excellent natural environment of Islamabad. There is also a small entertainment center on the west side of the park, which provides swimming, billiards, bowling, fitness and other activities. It is a good place for locals to relax.
Highlights: Xiaoshan Park is located in the south of Islamabad, Pakistan. Standing on the top of the mountain, you can have a bird's-eye view of Islamabad. Xiaoshan Park is adjacent to the National Monument. On this hill is a large botanical garden with shady trees, but the more eye-catching tree in the park is the head of state tree planted by heads of state during their visit to Pakistan.