Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province Pakistan Peshawar Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Khyber Pakhtunkhwa is the new name of the prontier province of Pakistan. Peshawar is the Capital of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province. The valleys of the main streams and their tributaries exhibit similar feature and consist of flat plains of alluvial soil in the centre, with a pebbly slope of varying length rising on either sides of the mountains. Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province is the most beautiful province of Pakistan with lush green mountains, lakes, gardens and parks. Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province is from these pebbly beds that the supply of water for irrigation is chiefly obtained through Karezes. The population of the khyber pakhtunkhwa province was 19 million, of whom 51% are males and 49% are females. In Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, the density of population is 198 per km² and the intercensal change of population is of about 33%.
Cities of KPK
Zhob, Bloan and their tributaries have formed two important alluvial basins of Balochistan, namely, the Lorlai basin and Quetta basin, which together produce a major portion of Balochistan's crops and fruits: wheat, barley, maize, lucerne, potato, apple, apricot, peach,almond, grape and pomegranate. Kalat Plateau at 7,000-8,000 ft. (2,135-2,440 m), in the centre of Balochistan is the most important plateau.
Kaghan Valley is a 155 kms long scenic wonderland situated in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province. Lofty peaks crown the mountains ranges on either side like turrets, ranging in height from 12,000 to 17,000 ft and more, with the eastern range higher than the western. The bed of valley slopes up from 3,000 ft at Balakot, which, as it were, the gateway of the valley, to 12,000 ft at Gittdas beyond which the valley crosses at Babusar Pass 14,000 ft. The first ten miles or so are largely barren, but when the valley raises to about 5,000 ft forests of pine and fir appear, densely overgrown with a variety of plants, which has won for Kaghan the epithets of 'the botanists paradise'. The forests continue till about Naran 8,000 ft .
Pakistan is full of natual and man made Lakes and water Reservoirs. Lake Saif ul Muluk is at northern areas of Pakistan near China border.
China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) has route to this lake on Hazara Expressway. Lake saif ul muluk, lake attabad are very gorgeous lakes in Pakistani northern areas. Full Story >>
Pakistan's Lake is an attraction in has a museum with the statues of the people who struggled for the making of Pakistan during ninteenth century. Full Story >>