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4 PKR /m
Dot Zero, Karachi

Dot Zero


Karachi is a bustling city nicknamed “The City of Lights” by locals for its fast pace of life and liberal social atti... More

7500 PKR /m
Kickstart, Lahore



If you are an innovator and tired of working from your tiny bedroom and/or your mom’s garage, you want an office of you... More

500 PKR /d
Great Pakistan, Lahore

Great Pakistan


Great Pakistan a right space for everyone where you can flourish, create innovative ideas and implement the ideas to take... More

499 PKR /d
SandBox, Karachi



Sand Box is a shared workspace created specifically for freelancers, startups, small business owners, telecommuters and o... More

Recent reviews in Pakistan

Great place with a very friendly staff and flexible access but the internet is kinda bad, which isn't the... Show More
Amin Shah Gilani II
Without a doubt one of the best experience I have had, the team at Launch Box are always striving to impr... Show More
Mohammed Farukh
Working at Daftarkhwan has been a pleasure due to the open, friendly ambience. They are very selective ab... Show More
Mohammad Murtaza
the best working place in lahore, please be visit , you will enjoy the atmosphere
syed bashir

In spite of its woes, Pakistan is a stunning country blessed with jaw dropping natural scenery and friendly locals. Its beautiful landscape is total eye candy and a photographer's dream. From the famous colorful lakes of Naltar Valley smothered in tall graceful pine trees to the Neelum Valley that stretches for about 240km of bubbling brooks and flowing streams in the Azaad Kashmir region, the scenes are simply stunning.

Officially the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, the country is swarming with people, in fact the population exceeds 201 million. It is bordered by India, Afghanistan, Iran and China, with its shores on the Gulf of Oman and the Arabian Sea. The narrow Wakhan Corridor of Afghanistan separates it from Tajikistan. Considered to be the cradle of civilization, Pakistan has been home to numerous ancient cultures and ruled by many empires and dynasties. The only country to have been created in the name of Islam because of the Pakistan Movement and its struggle for independence, it became an independent nation for Muslims in 1947. East Pakistan became the new country of Bangladesh in 1971 after a civil war.

Pakistan has a diverse ethnic and linguistic population with a semi-industrialized economy and is considered to be an emerging and growth-leading economy in the world. It has endured political instability, periods of military rule and conflicts with neighboring India since its independence. Its problems include overpopulation, poverty, illiteracy, terrorism and corruption. Pakistan is listed as one of the countries with the largest offline population (India tops the list). Of its population 17.7% are connected to the Internet, with 14% getting onto Facebook.

Do make sure you take the time to meander around the snow bound region of the Gojal Valley that borders China, trek the flower dappled Deosai Plains when the snow disappears and gaze into the depths of one of the highest lakes in the world, Sheosar Lake. Wake up to the muezzins crying out from the mosques in the dusty bazaar city of Gilgit, check out the cultural and artistic hub of Lahore and head to the heart of Pakistan's economy in Karachi.

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