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Tourism in Pakistan thrives as terrorism loosens grip on country - The Express Tribune

As terror attacks recede, the tourism industry of Pakistan has begun to thrive; annual tourist arrivals have more than tripled since 2013, according to Bloomberg. Alan Cameron, a 34-year-old Canadian, was holidaying in Pakistan from his job as an ...and more »

Foreign tourists to Pakistan more than triple since 2013 - DAWN.com

As terrorism recedes in Pakistan, tourism appears to be on the rise, with more than thrice the number of international tourists travelling to the country in 2016 as compared to just three years ago, Bloomberg reported. Pakistan Tourism Development ...and more »

Tourism begins to thrive as terror attacks recede in Pakistan - Al-Arabiya

The Pakistan Monument is a landmark in Islamabad, which represents four provinces of Pakistan. (Shutterstock). Staff writer, Al Arabiya English Saturday, 30 September 2017. Text size A A A. With significant decline in terror attacks across Pakistan ...and more »

Tourism in Pakistan thrives as terror attacks decrease - Pakistan Today

As security improves in Pakistan, annual tourist arrivals to the country have more than tripled since 2013 to 1.75 million last year, while domestic travelers rose 30 percent to 38.3 million, according to a report in Bloomberg. Keen to shed the image ...and more »

Pakistan: As security improves so does tourism - DunyaNews Pakistan

(Web Desk) - Keen to shed the image that it's unsafe for visitors, Pakistan has begun a blossoming tourism drive and this summer even placed adverts on London's iconic red buses. Road infrastructure has also improved across key holiday regions. Since ...and more »

Tourism in Pakistan thrives amid receding terror attacks - Geo News, Pakistan

As security improves, annual tourist arrivals to Pakistan have more than tripled since 2013 to 1.75 million last year, while domestic travellers have increased to 38.3 million, according to the state-owned Pakistan Tourism Development Corp (PTDC). Over ...and more »