Kotli Sattian Is To Be Promoted As A Tourist Destination
The Rawalpindi Development Authority intends to improve the tourism appeal of Kahuta, Murree, and Kotli Sattian.
The government of Pakistan is intending to make Kotli Sattian a tourist attraction, which will help to alleviate overpopulation in Murree.
According to MNA Sadaqat Ali Abbasi, the country is looking at new ways to promote Kotli Sattian as a tourism destination. He also stated that a tourism highway connecting Lower Topa, Murree, and Chowk Pindori via Bostanabad has been added to the construction pipeline for the foreseeable future. In this context, the relevant authorities will make a detailed plan in the coming weeks.
According to MNA Sadaqat Ali Abbasi, tourism has the potential to improve inhabitants’ living standards and provide them with possibilities to earn a living in their home country. He went on to say that the most important thing for tourism promotion is to make these locations easily accessible.
According to sources, the Commissioner Office indicated that Kotli Sattian will be developed as an alternative to Murree and that the provincial government is developing several initiatives to assist in the identification of tourism attractions in the region.
He also stated that an alternate hill station is being built as a fail-safe load reduction approach to alleviating traffic congestion in the area. Roads, greenbelts, and resting areas will be built, and forest protection recommendations will be distributed throughout the region in due course.
The Commissioner’s Office also stated that a century-old woodland treehouse built during the waning years of the British Raj will be rebuilt to bring color and beauty to the area.
After the completion of these projects in the region, tourists will be able to travel to Kotli Sattian from Islamabad-Rawalpindi within an hour, thus making it more suitable and economically worthwhile to visit rather than traveling to a highly crowded Murree during the vacations.
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