A double-decker bus service was created, intended to promote tourism in Potohar. While the bus is to be launched and completed in Rawalpindi, the twin city of Islamabad is the main point of the bus route.
The officials of the Punjab Tourism Development Corporation (TDC) informed the bus service meeting and its route.
They said the bus would carry tourists from Rawalpindi’s Allama Iqbal Park and travel to the neighboring federal capital.
In Islamabad, the tourists will visit different tourist spots including Faisal Mosque, Marghrzar Zoo, Daman-e-Koh, Constitution Avenue, Lok Virsa, Pakistan Museum of Natural History and Shakarparian.
After visiting all the spots, the bus will return to its starting spot in the garrison city via Faizabad.
Addressing the meeting, Mehmood said that the bus service aims to promote tourism in the Potohar region. Through this service, he said, foreign tourists would be able to learn about the history of the twin cities and its indigenous culture.
The adviser further announced to include additional tourism projects in the next fiscal budget. Later, the adviser and other officials visited the proposed route and also checked the condition of the buses.