Pakistan as a TouristPakistan as a Tourist
DestinationDestination
and Tourism Industry inand Tourism Industry in
PakistanP...
Tourism in PakistanTourism in Pakistan
 Foreign Tourist Arrivals (2010)Foreign Tourist Arrivals (2010) 0.907 Million0.907...
Foreign Tourist Arrivals and TourismForeign Tourist Arrivals and Tourism
Receipts 2001 to 2010Receipts 2001 to 2010
YEARYE...
Top-10 Tourist Generating CountriesTop-10 Tourist Generating Countries
to Pakistanto Pakistan
MARKET WISE FOREIGN TOURISTMARKET WISE FOREIGN TOURIST
ARRIVALS IN PAKISTAN - 2010ARRIVALS IN PAKISTAN - 2010
FOREIGN TOURIST ARRIVALS INFOREIGN TOURIST ARRIVALS IN
PAKISTAN BY PURPOSE (2010)PAKISTAN BY PURPOSE (2010)
PercentagePerc...
Pakistan’s Tourism PotentialPakistan’s Tourism Potential
 Nature & AdventureNature & Adventure
 Culture, Architecture & ...
Tourism Industry Stake-holdersTourism Industry Stake-holders
 TouristsTourists
 Foreign Tourists, Domestic Tourists, Bus...
Private SectorPrivate Sector
Outbound Travel Agents/Tour OperatorsOutbound Travel Agents/Tour Operators
Inbound Tour Opera...
ConstraintsConstraints
 Security concernsSecurity concerns
 Negative country image abroadNegative country image abroad
...
Marketing StrategyMarketing Strategy
 Explore Asian Markets (SAARC, ECO, ASEAN, Middle East etc).Explore Asian Markets (S...
DEVELOPMENT STRATEGYDEVELOPMENT STRATEGY
 Private sector plays a key role in the development of the touristPrivate sector...
PPP Opportunities in Pakistan’sPPP Opportunities in Pakistan’s
Tourism SectorTourism Sector
 Development of Hotels, Resta...
INCENTIVES BEING PROVIDED BY THEINCENTIVES BEING PROVIDED BY THE
GOVERNMENT IN TOURISM SECTOR:GOVERNMENT IN TOURISM SECTOR...
Future StrategyFuture Strategy
 New market segments are to be explored. Marketing effortsNew market segments are to be ex...
PAKISTAN TOURISM DEVELOPMENT
CORPORATION
 Pakistan Tourism Development Corporation (PTDC) was incorporated on
March 30, 1...
TOURIST INFORMATION CENTRES
 PTDC is providing tourist information, facilitation and publications to
tourists through its...
GILGIT BALTISTAN
1. GILGIT at PTDC Motel
2. SKARDU at PTDC Motel
ISLAMABAD CAPITAL TERRITORY
1. ISLAMABAD Own Building
2. ...
PTDC MOTELS NORTH (PVT) LTD.
 PTDC Motels North (Pvt.) Ltd. was incorporated in 1977 as wholly
owned subsidiary of PTDC u...
PTDC MOTELS SOUTH (PVT) LTD.
 PTDC Motels South (Pvt.) Ltd. was incorporated in 1977 as wholly
owned subsidiary of PTDC u...
List of PTDC Motels
Cont….
S# Location Facilities Area/Land Status
A. PUNJAB
1 PTDC Motel at Taxila (7 rooms) 2 K 12 M Ope...
Cont….
S# Location Facilities Area/Land Status
18 PTDC Motel at Besham (47 rooms) 16K 4M Operational
19 PTDC Motel at Bars...
ASSOCIATED HOTELS OF PAKISTAN (AHP)
 Associated Hotels of Pakistan Ltd. (AHP) was formed in 1961 under the
repealed Compa...
1. The Pakistan Tours (Pvt.) Limited was incorporated as PTDC’s
wholly owned subsidiary in 1977 under the repealed Compani...
PAKISTAN TOURS (PVT.) LTD.
i). Lahore – Delhi Bus Service:
Pakistan Tours (Pvt.) Ltd. is operating Lahore - Dehli Bus Serv...
iii) Nankana – Amritsar Bus Service:
PTL is operating this service since April 2006 under the bilateral
agreement between ...
PTDC LANDS / PROPERTIES
S# Name of Provinces / Areas
Federal Land
Acres/Kanals/Sq. Yards
List of offices building
Faciliti...
S# Name of Provinces / Areas
Federal Land Acres/Kanals/Sq.
Yards
List of offices building
Area Status Accommod-
-ation
Cov...
S# Name of Provinces / Areas Federal Land
Acres/Kanals/Sq. Yards
List of offices building
Area Status Facilities Covered
a...
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  1. 1. Pakistan as a TouristPakistan as a Tourist DestinationDestination and Tourism Industry inand Tourism Industry in PakistanPakistan
  2. 2. Tourism in PakistanTourism in Pakistan  Foreign Tourist Arrivals (2010)Foreign Tourist Arrivals (2010) 0.907 Million0.907 Million  Percentage Growth per yearPercentage Growth per year 2.8%2.8%  Earnings from tourism (2010)Earnings from tourism (2010) US$ 305.9 MillionUS$ 305.9 Million  Tourist Receipts as percentage of GDP 0.3%Tourist Receipts as percentage of GDP 0.3%  Domestic Tourist (2010)Domestic Tourist (2010) 47.500 Million47.500 Million  Hospitality Industry employeesHospitality Industry employees 600,000 person600,000 person  Number of HotelsNumber of Hotels 17921792  Number of RoomsNumber of Rooms 41,901 rooms41,901 rooms Source: Ministry of Tourism (Defunct)Source: Ministry of Tourism (Defunct) Government of PakistanGovernment of Pakistan
  3. 3. Foreign Tourist Arrivals and TourismForeign Tourist Arrivals and Tourism Receipts 2001 to 2010Receipts 2001 to 2010 YEARYEAR Tourists (million)Tourists (million) ReceiptsReceipts (US$ million)(US$ million) 20012001 0.49970.4997 92.2092.20 20022002 0.49810.4981 105.4105.4 20032003 0.50090.5009 135.6135.6 20042004 0.64800.6480 185.6185.6 20052005 0.79830.7983 185.3185.3 20062006 0.89840.8984 260.1260.1 20072007 0.83950.8395 276.1276.1 20082008 0.82280.8228 243.5243.5 20092009 0.85490.8549 240.6240.6 20102010 0.90680.9068 305.9305.9
  4. 4. Top-10 Tourist Generating CountriesTop-10 Tourist Generating Countries to Pakistanto Pakistan
  5. 5. MARKET WISE FOREIGN TOURISTMARKET WISE FOREIGN TOURIST ARRIVALS IN PAKISTAN - 2010ARRIVALS IN PAKISTAN - 2010
  6. 6. FOREIGN TOURIST ARRIVALS INFOREIGN TOURIST ARRIVALS IN PAKISTAN BY PURPOSE (2010)PAKISTAN BY PURPOSE (2010) PercentagePercentage  Holiday / RecreationHoliday / Recreation 11.9%11.9%  Visiting friends and relativesVisiting friends and relatives 35.6%35.6%  BusinessBusiness 28.4%28.4%  OthersOthers 24.1%24.1% __________ TotalTotal 100%100%
  7. 7. Pakistan’s Tourism PotentialPakistan’s Tourism Potential  Nature & AdventureNature & Adventure  Culture, Architecture & HeritageCulture, Architecture & Heritage  Religious TourismReligious Tourism  Shopping ParadiseShopping Paradise  Domestic TourismDomestic Tourism  MICEMICE
  8. 8. Tourism Industry Stake-holdersTourism Industry Stake-holders  TouristsTourists  Foreign Tourists, Domestic Tourists, Business Travellers, VFRsForeign Tourists, Domestic Tourists, Business Travellers, VFRs  Federal Tourism MinistryFederal Tourism Ministry – Devolved to Provinces– Devolved to Provinces  Federal Tourism OrganizationsFederal Tourism Organizations – Pakistan Tourism– Pakistan Tourism Development Corporation (PTDC) and Department of TouristDevelopment Corporation (PTDC) and Department of Tourist Services (DTS)Services (DTS)  Provincial Tourism DepartmentsProvincial Tourism Departments – Gilgit-Baltistan, Azad– Gilgit-Baltistan, Azad Kashmir, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, Punjab, Sindh and BalochistanKashmir, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, Punjab, Sindh and Balochistan  Provinciial Tourism OrganizationsProvinciial Tourism Organizations – Tourism Development– Tourism Development Corporation of Punjab (TDCP), Sindh Tourism DevelopmentCorporation of Punjab (TDCP), Sindh Tourism Development Corporation (STDC), Tourism Corporation of Khyber-PakhtunkhwaCorporation (STDC), Tourism Corporation of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa (TCKP), Balochistan Tourism Directorate, AJK Tourism(TCKP), Balochistan Tourism Directorate, AJK Tourism Directorate, Gilgit-Baltistan Tourism DirectorateDirectorate, Gilgit-Baltistan Tourism Directorate  Airports, Airport Services, Immigration, Customs and SecurityAirports, Airport Services, Immigration, Customs and Security Agencies, Pakistani Embassies, Local/District GovernmentsAgencies, Pakistani Embassies, Local/District Governments  Allied Ministries: Interior, Foreign Affairs, Information &Allied Ministries: Interior, Foreign Affairs, Information & Broadcasting, Communications, Railways, Defense, FinanceBroadcasting, Communications, Railways, Defense, Finance
  9. 9. Private SectorPrivate Sector Outbound Travel Agents/Tour OperatorsOutbound Travel Agents/Tour Operators Inbound Tour Operators, Guides/Escorts, Drivers, PortersInbound Tour Operators, Guides/Escorts, Drivers, Porters Hotels, Restaurants, Handicraft & Souvinir ShopsHotels, Restaurants, Handicraft & Souvinir Shops Travel & Tourism Associations, NGOs (Pakistan Hotels Association,Travel & Tourism Associations, NGOs (Pakistan Hotels Association, Travel Agents Association of Pakistan, Pakistan Tour OperatorsTravel Agents Association of Pakistan, Pakistan Tour Operators Association, Alpine Club of Pakistan, Adventure Foundation Pakistan,Association, Alpine Club of Pakistan, Adventure Foundation Pakistan, Chiltan Adventure Association, Sustainable Tourism Foundation etc.)Chiltan Adventure Association, Sustainable Tourism Foundation etc.) Airlines, Cruiseline, Railways, Inter-city Bus/Van Services, Rent-a-Car,Airlines, Cruiseline, Railways, Inter-city Bus/Van Services, Rent-a-Car, Local Transport (City Buses, Vans, Taxi, Rickshaw, Horse & Carriage)Local Transport (City Buses, Vans, Taxi, Rickshaw, Horse & Carriage) Tourist Attractions/Destinations/ProductsTourist Attractions/Destinations/Products Recreation & Amusements Parks, Nature/National Parks, Hill Resorts,Recreation & Amusements Parks, Nature/National Parks, Hill Resorts, Deserts, Mountains, Valleys, Museums, Zoo, Buildings (Architecture),Deserts, Mountains, Valleys, Museums, Zoo, Buildings (Architecture), Culture, People, Traditions, Entertainment Industry & BusinessCulture, People, Traditions, Entertainment Industry & Business Activities (Discos, Clubs, Musical Cencerts, Cinema, Indoor andActivities (Discos, Clubs, Musical Cencerts, Cinema, Indoor and Outdoor games , Fairs, Festivals, Exhibitions, Meetings, Seminars)Outdoor games , Fairs, Festivals, Exhibitions, Meetings, Seminars) Tourism Industry Stake-holdersTourism Industry Stake-holders
  10. 10. ConstraintsConstraints  Security concernsSecurity concerns  Negative country image abroadNegative country image abroad  Underdeveloped civic, communication and tourismUnderdeveloped civic, communication and tourism infrastructureinfrastructure  Financial constraintsFinancial constraints  Trust deficit between public and private sectorTrust deficit between public and private sector tourism stake-holders.tourism stake-holders.
  11. 11. Marketing StrategyMarketing Strategy  Explore Asian Markets (SAARC, ECO, ASEAN, Middle East etc).Explore Asian Markets (SAARC, ECO, ASEAN, Middle East etc).  Strengthen traditional base – Adventure, Culture, Heritage andStrengthen traditional base – Adventure, Culture, Heritage and Religious TourismReligious Tourism  Develop & explore new products & markets – Ecotourism,Develop & explore new products & markets – Ecotourism, MICE, discover your roots, sports tourism, transit tours etc.MICE, discover your roots, sports tourism, transit tours etc.  Promote Domestic Tourism – family holidays, students andPromote Domestic Tourism – family holidays, students and incentive toursincentive tours  Promote Winter tourismPromote Winter tourism
  12. 12. DEVELOPMENT STRATEGYDEVELOPMENT STRATEGY  Private sector plays a key role in the development of the touristPrivate sector plays a key role in the development of the tourist industry including hotel accommodation, resorts, recreationindustry including hotel accommodation, resorts, recreation activities, transport and tour operations.activities, transport and tour operations.  Enhance coordination and communication among private andEnhance coordination and communication among private and public sectors and develop public – private partnerships.public sectors and develop public – private partnerships.  Major private sector investment will be in hotel & restaurantMajor private sector investment will be in hotel & restaurant industry which is expected to grow at a rapid pace.industry which is expected to grow at a rapid pace.
  13. 13. PPP Opportunities in Pakistan’sPPP Opportunities in Pakistan’s Tourism SectorTourism Sector  Development of Hotels, Restaurants, Resorts, Theme Parks andDevelopment of Hotels, Restaurants, Resorts, Theme Parks and recreation facilities.recreation facilities.  Leasing-out of existing public sector tourism facilitiesLeasing-out of existing public sector tourism facilities  Provision of foodservices and entertainment facilities at a touristProvision of foodservices and entertainment facilities at a tourist attractionattraction  Event SponsorshipEvent Sponsorship
  14. 14. INCENTIVES BEING PROVIDED BY THEINCENTIVES BEING PROVIDED BY THE GOVERNMENT IN TOURISM SECTOR:GOVERNMENT IN TOURISM SECTOR:  Group Tourist Visa on Arrival for 24 countriesGroup Tourist Visa on Arrival for 24 countries  Tourism is categorized as an industry.Tourism is categorized as an industry.  Plant, machinery and equipment (PME) not manufactured inPlant, machinery and equipment (PME) not manufactured in Pakistan can be imported at only 5% customs duty.Pakistan can be imported at only 5% customs duty.  Tax relief - first year allowance at 75% of PME.Tax relief - first year allowance at 75% of PME.  Import of Special equipment for adventure and sports tourismImport of Special equipment for adventure and sports tourism allowed at 10% customs duty.allowed at 10% customs duty.  Chartered flights allowed on “point to point basis” from Karachi,Chartered flights allowed on “point to point basis” from Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad and Peshawar.Lahore, Islamabad and Peshawar.  Public-private sector joint ventures opportunity for a number ofPublic-private sector joint ventures opportunity for a number of tourism development projects..tourism development projects..
  15. 15. Future StrategyFuture Strategy  New market segments are to be explored. Marketing effortsNew market segments are to be explored. Marketing efforts for tourism at cultural places are to be intensified.for tourism at cultural places are to be intensified.  Quality and Standard of Pakistani tourism & hotelQuality and Standard of Pakistani tourism & hotel management institutes is to be improved in collaborationmanagement institutes is to be improved in collaboration with international organizations.with international organizations.  Tourism & Hotel Management may be introduced at DegreeTourism & Hotel Management may be introduced at Degree level in Pakistani Universities.level in Pakistani Universities.  Provision of physical infrastructure at places of touristProvision of physical infrastructure at places of tourist interest complemented by environmental improvementinterest complemented by environmental improvement programmes.programmes.
  16. 16. PAKISTAN TOURISM DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION  Pakistan Tourism Development Corporation (PTDC) was incorporated on March 30, 1970 under the repealed Companies Act 1913 (Now the Companies Ordinance, 1984) as a Public Corporation Limited by shares. Principal objective of the corporation is to promote and develop tourism in Pakistan. The Corporation owns and controls following subsidiaries:  PTDC Motels North (Pvt.) Ltd.  PTDC Motels South (Pvt.) Ltd.  Associated Hotels of Pakistan (AHP)  Pakistan Tours (Pvt.) Ltd (PTL)  PTDC is owned by Government of Pakistan (99.75% share)  12% shares of PTDC and its subsidiaries have been transferred to its Employees under Benazir Employees Empowerment Scheme.
  17. 17. TOURIST INFORMATION CENTRES  PTDC is providing tourist information, facilitation and publications to tourists through its following 18 Tourist Information Centres: S# LOCATION BUILDING STATUS PUNJAB 1. BAHAWALPUR Rented 2. LAHORE CITY Rented 3. LAHORE AIRPORT Rented 4. RAWALPINDI CITY at Flashman’s Hotel 5. TAXILA at PTDC Motel 6. MULTAN Rented KHYBER PAKHTUNKHWA 1. ABBOTTABAD Rented 2 PESHAWAR Rented 3. SAIDU SHARIF, SWAT at PTDC Motel 4. PESHAWAR AIRPORT Rented
  18. 18. GILGIT BALTISTAN 1. GILGIT at PTDC Motel 2. SKARDU at PTDC Motel ISLAMABAD CAPITAL TERRITORY 1. ISLAMABAD Own Building 2. ISLAMABAD AIRPORT Rented SINDH 1. KARACHI Rented 2. MOENJODARO Rented 3. THATTA Own Building BALOCHISTAN 1. QUETTA Rented TOURIST INFORMATION CENTRES
  19. 19. PTDC MOTELS NORTH (PVT) LTD.  PTDC Motels North (Pvt.) Ltd. was incorporated in 1977 as wholly owned subsidiary of PTDC under the repealed Companies Act 1913 (Now the Companies Ordinance, 1984) to operate motels, resorts and restaurants constructed under PSDP grants. It is governed by its Board of Directors with MD PTDC as its Chairman.  PTDC Motels North (Pvt.) Ltd. is currently running 35 motels and 4 restaurants all over Pakistan. All restaurants and 10 motels have been leased out to private parties.
  20. 20. PTDC MOTELS SOUTH (PVT) LTD.  PTDC Motels South (Pvt.) Ltd. was incorporated in 1977 as wholly owned subsidiary of PTDC under the repealed Companies Act 1913 (Now the Companies Ordinance, 1984) to operate PTDC motels / resorts located in Sindh and Balochistan (Keenjhar Lake Resort, Motels at Ziarat, Khuzdar and Moenjodaro).  PTDC Motels South (Pvt.) Ltd. is governed by its Board of Directors with MD PTDC as its Chairman. As per Board’s decision, the operation of its units was transferred to PTDC Motels North (Pvt.) Ltd w.e.f. 01- 07-1990.  Keenjhar Lake Resort was handed over to Govt. of Sindh Tourism Development Corporation in August 1991.
  21. 21. List of PTDC Motels Cont…. S# Location Facilities Area/Land Status A. PUNJAB 1 PTDC Motel at Taxila (7 rooms) 2 K 12 M Operational 2 PTDC Motel at Wagha Pak-India Border (4 rooms) 1K 11M Operational 3 PTDC Motel at Bahawalpur (14 rooms) 21K Operational 4 PTDC RSF at Bahawalpur Restaurant 41K 15M Leased out 5 PTDC Motel at Katas (6 rooms) 20K 18M Leased out B. SINDH 6 PTDC Motel at Moenjodaro (12 rooms) 6 K 18M Under Repair/ Renovation C. KHYBER PAKHTUNKHWA 7 PTDC Motel at Saidu Sharif (23 rooms) 6 K 10M Operational 8 PTDC Motel at Kalam (38 rooms) 40K With Security Forces 9 PTDC Motel at Miandam (21 rooms) 10K 19M Operational 10 PTDC RSF at Chakdara Restaurant 6K Leased out 11 PTDC Motel at Panakot, Dir (4 rooms) 6K 11M Leased out 12 PTDC Motel at Bamburet (16 rooms) 8K 2M Operational 13 PTDC Motel at Bunni (4 rooms) 6K Operational 14 PTDC Motel at Birmoglasht (16 rooms) 32K Leased out 15 PTDC Motel at Chitral (30 rooms) 4K 15M Operational 16 PTDC Motel at Mastuj (12 rooms) 13K Operational 17 PTDC Motel at Chattar Plain (4 rooms) 9K 10M Leased out
  22. 22. Cont…. S# Location Facilities Area/Land Status 18 PTDC Motel at Besham (47 rooms) 16K 4M Operational 19 PTDC Motel at Barseen (4 rooms) 9K 7M Leased out 20 PTDC Motel at Balakot (5 rooms) 2K 21M Operational 21 PTDC Motel at Naran (60 rooms) 160K Operational 22 PTDC Motel at Torkham (4 rooms) 1K 13M Operational 23 PTDC Motel at Ayubia (24 rooms) 21K 9M Operational C. BALOCHISTAN 24 PTDC Motel at Taftan, Pak-Iran Border (4 rooms) 20K Leased out 25 PTDC Motel at Ziarat (18 rooms) 11K 3M Leased out 26 PTDC Motel at Khuzdar (6 rooms) 3K 4M Leased out 27 PTDC Motel at Chamman (4 rooms) 8K 5M Leased out D. GILGIT – BALTISTAN 28 PTDC Motel at Gilgit (44 rooms) 6K 10M Operational 29 PTDC Motel at Gupis (12 rooms) 16K 7M Operational 30 PTDC Motel at Hunza (28 rooms) 25K 12M Operational 31 PTDC Motel at Phandar (12 rooms) 17K 6M Operational 32 PTDC Motel at Rama Lake (12 rooms) 21K Operational 33 PTDC Motel at Sust, Pak-China Border (24 rooms) 8K Operational 34 PTDC Motel at Astak (4 rooms) 11K 8M Operational 35 PTDC Motel at Khaplu (12 rooms) 12K 15M Operational 36 PTDC Motel at Satpara (12 rooms) 30 K Non operational 37 PTDC Motel at Skardu (28 rooms) 31K 1M Operational E. ISLAMABAD 38 PTDC Restaurant at Dam-e-Koh Restaurant 1K 10M Leased out 39 PTDC Restaurant at Jaltrang Restaurant 1K 2M Leased out
  23. 23. ASSOCIATED HOTELS OF PAKISTAN (AHP)  Associated Hotels of Pakistan Ltd. (AHP) was formed in 1961 under the repealed Companies Act 1913 (Now the Companies Ordinance, 1984) to take over running business of 04 hotels of Associated Hotels of India (AHI), namely Cecil’s (Murree), Dean’s (Peshawar), Faletti’s (Lahore) and Flashman’s (Rawalpindi).  PTDC owns 86.82% shares of AHP whereas 13.18% shares are with Private Shareholders. AHP has its own Board of Directors with Managing Director PTDC as its Chairman.  03 hotels were privatized in 1998 and 2004 leaving only Flashman’s Hotel, Rawalpindi.
  24. 24. 1. The Pakistan Tours (Pvt.) Limited was incorporated as PTDC’s wholly owned subsidiary in 1977 under the repealed Companies Act 1913 (Now the Companies Ordinance, 1984) . PTL has its own Board of Directors with MD PTDC as its Chairman. 2. Pakistan Tours (Pvt.) Limited is organizing package tours and treks renting tourist transport and operating a number of domestic / international tourist bus services PAKISTAN TOURS (PVT.) LTD.
  25. 25. PAKISTAN TOURS (PVT.) LTD. i). Lahore – Delhi Bus Service: Pakistan Tours (Pvt.) Ltd. is operating Lahore - Dehli Bus Service on behalf of PTDC under a bilateral agreement between Pakistan (Ministry of Communication) and India since February 1999. On July 26, 2010, the bilateral agreement was extended upto February 17, 2014. ii) Lahore – Amritsar Bus Service: This service started in March 2006 under a bilateral agreement between Pakistan and India.
  26. 26. iii) Nankana – Amritsar Bus Service: PTL is operating this service since April 2006 under the bilateral agreement between Pakistan and India. iv) Sost – Taxkurgan (China) Bus Service: This bus service is in operation since 1st May 1986 under the bilateral agreement between Pakistan and China. Many tour operators are operating tours, connecting Central Asia, China and Pakistan via Khunjerab Pass and vice versa, by utilizing this service. PAKISTAN TOURS (PVT.) LTD.
  27. 27. PTDC LANDS / PROPERTIES S# Name of Provinces / Areas Federal Land Acres/Kanals/Sq. Yards List of offices building Facilities Covered area (Sq. Ft.) Area Status A. PUNJAB 1. PTDC Flashman’s Hotel, (Rawalpindi) 57 K Under litigation Hotel (60 rooms) 70500 2. PTDC land Haider Road adjacent Flashmans Hotel, (Rawalpindi) 18 K 6 M Under litigation Land - 3. PTDC Bus Terminal at Nankana Sahib, (Nankana Sahib) {under construction} 20 K 18 M Owned Bus Terminal/ 14 rooms 17340 B. SINDH 4. PTDC Land at Sukkur, (Sukkur) {Encroached} 4 Acres Owned Land - 5. PTDC Motel at Hawks Bay, (Karachi) {under construction} 8 Kanals Owned Motel (14 rooms) 30000 6. PTDC TFC at Karachi, (Karachi) {under construction} 1.5 K Land on lease Office building 8585 7. Tourist Information Center (TIC), Thatta 4757 Sq. yards Owned Office building 1890 Contd.....
  28. 28. S# Name of Provinces / Areas Federal Land Acres/Kanals/Sq. Yards List of offices building Area Status Accommod- -ation Covered area (Sq. Ft.) C. KHYBER PAKHTUN KHWA 8 PTDC Motel at Baffar, (Swat) {under construction} 25 K Owned Motel (17 rooms) 30150 9. PTDC Motel at Chail Mankial, (Swat) 40 K Disputed Motel (18 rooms) 25100 10. PTDC land at Garam Chashma, (Chitral) 10 K Owned Land - Contd… D. BALOCHISTAN 11. PTDC land at Gadani Beach, (Hub) {Encroached} 172 Acres Owned Land - 12. PTDC TFC at Quetta, (Quetta) {under construction} 12 K Mutation is under process Office building 7417 E. GILGIT – BALTISTAN 13. PTDC land at Thalichi, (Chilas) 8 K Owned Land - 14. PTDC TFC at Gilgit, (Gilgit) {under construction} 8 K 5 M Owned Office building 9312 PTDC LANDS / PROPERTIES
  29. 29. S# Name of Provinces / Areas Federal Land Acres/Kanals/Sq. Yards List of offices building Area Status Facilities Covered area (Sq. Ft.) F. ISLAMABAD 15. PTDC Land for Camping site Islamabad, (Islamabad) 25 Acres Owned Land - 16. PTDC Land for Head Office Islamabad, (Islamabad), {TFC building under construction} 7544 sq. yards Owned Office building 4434 17. Tourist Information Center (TIC), Agha Khan Road, Super Market, Islamabad 83.3 Sqm Owned Office building 2250 G. AJK 18. PTDC land at Benjosa, (Rawalakot) 9 K Owned Land - 19. PTDC land at Muzaffarabad, (Muzaffarabad) 8 K Owned Land - 20. PTDC TFC Muzaffarabad, (Muzaffarabad) {under construction} 1 K Mutation under process Office building 5180 PTDC LANDS / PROPERTIES
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