Islamabad: In a significant move aimed at improving Pakistan’s tourism sector, the government has unveiled plans to launch an official ‘tourism app.’ It will cater to a wide array of tourism genres, including cultural, social, medical, and historical.
Special Assistant to the Prime Minister (SAPM) on Tourism, Wasi Shah, made the official announcement during his visit to the Taxila Museum and Julian. Mr. Shah shared ambitious intentions to enhance eco-tourism through collaborations between the public and private sectors. He also mentioned that our region is blessed with abundant tourist attractions.
One of the central features of this initiative is the forthcoming official tourism app. It aims to provide tourists visiting Pakistan with an all-encompassing resource. This application will be readily available for Android users on the Google Play Store. It will provide an extensive repository of information regarding tourist destinations, available transportation modes, and various essential services.
Emphasizing the profound historical significance of Pakistan, Mr. Shah highlighted the vital role tourism plays. It promotes social, cultural, economic, and environmental values. He also recognized its importance in the global development landscape. This concerted effort reflects Pakistan’s commitment to embracing modern technology to enhance the tourism experience and attract travelers worldwide.