As religion is a large part of Pakistani culture, many festivities and cultural traditions are heavily influenced by it but Pakistan is rich in both visual and performing arts. Pakistani music ranges from folk to pop and the world-renowned traditional styles: Qawwali and Ghazal, which focus heavily on religion and poetry. Dance is also a part of the culture and dance styles differ provincially from the Bhangra being famous in Punjabi culture to Attan in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Art and architecture are also a distinct part of the heritage.
For travellers and tourists alike, the country offers everything from archaeological sites to one of the largest mountain ranges in the world, from mile-long deserts to beaches and lakes, art and architecture centuries-old in the form of mosques, palaces, monuments and heritage sites to dresses and handmade crafts, the art of making which has been passed down through generations. And food – endless options of palatable combinations and flavours, we are all food lovers here.