TDCP takes over new tourist site at Koh-e-Suleman

Seven 'Park Ways' being developed in mountain range


Our Correspondent September 02, 2020
PHOTO: EXPRESS

MULTAN:

Mubarki Top - a newly developed tourist site, at Suleman Mountain Range, that is over 7,000 feet above the sea level, in Dera Ghazi Khan has been handed over to the Tourism Development Corporation of Punjab (TDCP).

As many as seven new tourist sites titled 'Park Ways' were being developed on the grand Suleman Mountain Range including Mubarki Top, Kalgayee, Baarthi, Mat Chandia, Hik Bai, Anari Top, and Sanghar, said DG Khan tourist information centre incharge Sheikh Ijaz on Tuesday.

“Buildings department has handed over three sites to TDCP after completion of work and these sites have now been open for public,” he said. “Work on the remaining four sites was in progress and would be completed by June 2021,” he added.

“All these sites would have rest area, tuck shops and other facilities,” Ijaz said.

He maintained that Mubarki Top was a lush green area in contrast to mostly dry looking Kohe Sulemaan and it rains here every other day, and snow falling in winter nights was a routine.

“Access to Mubarki Top was only possible by jeep,” he remarked.

Ijaz said Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar has been taking a special interest in developing the scenic area of Suleman Mountain Ranges on the pattern of Murree to improve tourists influx and create new earning opportunities for the poor tribal people. APP

Highlight: As many as seven new tourist sites titled 'Park Ways' were being developed on the grand Suleman Mountain Range including Mubarki Top, Kalgayee, Baarthi, Mat Chandia, Hik Bai, Anari Top, and Sanghar

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