Rose and Jasmine Garden

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Rose and Jasmine Garden is a public garden located on Kashmir Highway in Islamabad, Capital Territory, Pakistan.[1][2] It is considered the "National Garden of Pakistan" respectively.

Public services[change | change source]

Some of the facilities here include:

  • Sitting
  • Picnic point
  • Walking and running track
  • Cycling track
  • Cafeteria (Dhaba)
  • Parking area

References[change | change source]

  1. https://www.dawn.com/news/1031233
  2. Yād, M.M.; Shahīn, M.I.; Rashid, M.A.; Rehman, R. (1982). Islamabad. Public Relations Section, Capital Development Authority. p. 31. Retrieved 10 August 2018. ROSE AND JASMINE GARDEN Located opposite Aabpara Market, covers an area of 202360 square metres. There are over 250 varieties of roses and about a dozen varieties of Jasmine. Main feature of the Garden are walks and trails, central ...

Coordinates: 33°42′6″N 73°5′20″E / 33.70167°N 73.08889°E / 33.70167; 73.08889