Wagah Border

G.T Road, Lahore, Punjab

Wagah Border

Wagah Border Ceremony Lahore between Pakistan and India is a most visited spots among all ages, located in located on G.T.Road, Punjab, Pakistan. It's a great place for those who love their country and want to see the flag lowering ceremony between two Countries all along with fun.

As can see, many of the interested Visitors, Foreigners, Tourist, many families with their kids, youngsters, lots of female from both side of the country, wear their traditional dress to represent love to their country in a very proud way.

Similarly, before the ceremony start, both sides audience become very energetic and active. From the side of Pakistan, Respected Quran Telawat going on, and every Muslim hear the Quran Telawat very close by heart. On the other side, their country National Anthem start and going on before parade Ceremony have to begin. This all scene has become very noisy, aged people avoid to come here or if wants to come them take their necessary item with them.

Many delegated, foreigners, special families got special seat which has very near to the wagha Border parade ceremony, they enjoyed more rather than these people who are not much near to them. Ladies and gents seating arrange has to be separate, in fact, some boys are offering to purchase eating food items which is in a good quality, usually visitors can avail Popcorns, Cold drinks, Juices, Burgers etc.

Mostly, at every evening, 4:30 till 5:30 PM Wagah Border Lowering Flag Ceremony has Finished with parade in a very professional way.

Alias Names

واہگہ سرحد تقریب‬ • واگها



Location G.T Road, Lahore, Punjab
City / Town Lahore
State Punjab
Country Pakistan

Wagah Border, G.T. Road, Lahore

Geo Coordinates 31.6074551063371 °N,    74.5720624923706 °E

Travelor Instructions

Wagah Border Parade Ceremony Visit Timings

Monday - Sunday - 04:00 - 5:30 PM

Wagah Border Map


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