Pakistan, a perfect spot for tourists; Wouter Plomp
The Netherlands representative to Pakistan, Wouter Plomp, is all applause for the nation’s heaven like excellence and in general security circumstance when he visited a Buddhist stupa and Khanpur lake close Haripur on Sunday.
Plomp was on a family excursion there. While addressing media, he said that Pakistan is presently a perfect nation for the travel industry on account of its significantly better security and brilliant places of interest.
Portraying his experience there, the Dutch agent said it was a joy investigating the National Heritage Site.
Plomp stated that Pakistan has a tremendous potential for strict the travel industry since it is home to various verifiable locales significant for Buddhists, Christians, Hindus, and Sikhs over the world.
He additionally commended the administrations’ endeavors towards ensuring and protecting the holy places of different religions in the nation. The emissary referenced that Khanpur’s dark red malta oranges are world-well known and sought after in the Netherlands.