An architect to transform Daman-E-Koh into a lovely tourism location

An architect to transform Daman-E-Koh into a lovely tourism location

An architect’s interesting plan to make Daman-E-Koh a heavenly tourist destination. The concept for transforming Daman-e-Koh into a major tourist destination was revealed at the request of Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan by Kashmiri architect Tony Ashai, who is currently working in the United States. Daman-E-Koh is located in Margalla Hills.

He remarked on his Twitter account that Daman-e-Koh is currently in terrible shape. However, its transformation may turn it into a world-class tourist attraction and Pakistani monument. The architect was born in Srinagar. Daman-E-Koh serves as a life-sustaining system for us. From the fresh air we breathe to the clean water we drink, every element of nature is essential for our life and well-being, and we cannot live without them. As a result, it is also the key to our prosperity, as millions of people’s livelihoods and a significant portion of our economic activity rely on the natural world.

According to Ashai, the revised concept for Daman-e-Koh is to develop a tiered garden with food outlets that mix in with the surroundings of Margalla Hills rather than a shopping mall. Daman-e-Koh is an observation point and hilltop garden located north of Islamabad in the center of the Margalla Hills. Daman-E-Koh is a popular tourist destination.
It is a famous tourist spot for both the locals and visitors to the city of Washington. At an elevation of around 3600 feet, Daman-e-Koh serves as a halfway for tourists traveling to the higher-elevation vantage point Pir Sohawa, located at the summit of the Margalla Hills at an elevation of approximately 3600 feet.

According to Ashai, in response to the worries of the people of Islamabad, the project is currently only a concept and nothing more. However, if the proposal is brought to fruition, it will be the world’s most environmentally friendly undertaking.

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