Rawalpindi privately known as "Pindi" is a District of Pakistan in the North of territory Punjab including range of 5,286 km2 (2,041 sq mi).The City-District of Rawalpindi involves seven self-sufficient tehsils. It is Headquarters of Pakistan's Armed powers and is home for some commercial ventures and manufacturing plants. City District Government Rawalpindi is arranged on the Ketchery Road, in the heart of Rawalpindi Cantonment.It is situated on the southern slopes of the north-western extremities of the Himalayas, including large mountain tracts with rich valleys traversed by mountain rivers.
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Quickly forming into a huge city, Rawalpindi has numerous great inns, eateries, clubs, exhibition halls and parks, of which the biggest is the Ayub National Park. Rawalpindi shapes the base camp for the voyagers going to the occasion resorts and slope stations of the Galiyat range, for example, Murree, Nathia Gali, Kotli, Ayubia, Rawlakot, Muzaffarabad, Bagh, Abbottabad, Samahni, Swat, Kaghan, Gilgit, Hunza, Skardu and Chitral.Shopping fanatics in Rawalpindi are Saddar, commercial market, Moti bazaar and so many others.
Famous places in Pindi is Rohtas Fort,The Raja Bazaar, Ayub National Park, Army museum , Nila Sand and many more to visit and spend time.
Rawalpindi and Islamabad have a quite traditional yet efficient public transportation system. They include taxis, rikshaws, toyota vans and suzuki pickup vans. Many people say that it is inefficient but according to me, a poor person who can not afford self transportation can easily travel to any corner of Rawalpindi or Islamabad within a respectful time.Taxis are available in the entire city but basically they include different spots and they stand their from 7 in the morning to 9 in the evening.pick up vans are found in some parts of Rawalpindi and some parts of Islamabad. Actually they operate in relatively rural areas of the twin cities.