Pindi Point

TV Station Road, Murree

Pindi Point

Pindi Point Murree is a well-known and beautiful tourist spot, located in TV Station Road, Murree, Punjab, Pakistan. It is about 15 minutes' walk from the famous Mall Road Murree, also can walk or go by car to enjoy the snowy season of Murree with surrounding many cold views can be seen.

Pindi Point Murree has also a most attractive Chair lift facility, which is very enjoyable activity for families, kids, tourist and visitors, and especially children enjoy chairlift journey very much with their elders. On that spot chairlift, goes down to Bansara Gali Wild Forest Park.

Pindi Point Murree Chairlift journey having so many iconic tall Pine trees, however, some covered with snow or some has green fresh new leaves arrived with lovely flowers attached can be seen throughout the Chairlift journey.

Similarly, when visitor go down to the valley, there is a wild life park (Forest Park) where visitor can view animals and bird's enclaves, some can stay and enjoy a lot and explore the live animals walking inside the cages moment. In fact, more comfort for the visitors, there is a Bakery, Coffee Shop, Children Play Area and many more scenic views and sports activities available for all.

Many families with their children's, tourist and visitors come across the region and countries, to enjoy the facilities which is take places here in a very good manner.


QUICK INFORMATION
Alias Names

Pindi Point Muree Chair Lift • پنڈی پوائنٹ

Category

Hill Station

Rating
Location TV Station Road, Murree
City / Town Murree
State Punjab
Country Pakistan
Address

Pindi Point Murree, TV Station Road, Murree

Contacts
Geo Coordinates 33.8951502665408 °N,    73.3799600601196 °E


Travelor Instructions

Pindi Point Murree Chair lift Ticket Price

Per Person Price - 350/- Rs

Pindi Point Murree Visit Timings

Monday - Sunday - 24 Hours Open


Pindi Point Map




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