Pakistan’s Beauty Is Best for Tourists:Netherlands Ambassador
Netherlands Ambassador to Pakistan Wouter Plomp has said that Pakistan may be a peaceful country with vast tourism potential to draw in tourists from across the world .
“Pakistan is home to variety of cultural heritages of other faiths and countries along side eye-catching picturesque valleys.”
Visit to Khanpur
He expressed these views while lecture reporters during his private visit to Khanpur. His wife Henriette Plomp and a few other relations and embassy officials accompanied the envoy. Raja Shahab Sikandar, the paternal grandson lately veteran politician Raja Sikandar Zaman Khan, hosted the visit.
Plomp said he is Pleasure Exploring the National Heritage Site of Pakistan.He briefed the guests about the history of Khanpur valley, Khanpur dam and its archaeological and picturesque importance.
The envoy also had round of Bhamala Archaeology Complex, the 2nd to 5th century CE. evinced interest within the history and conservation strategy for the world’s largest Buddha statue that’s 1,700 years old and 48 feet long. Plomp said he is Pleasure Exploring the National Heritage Site of Pakistan.
Talking to reporters, Wouter Plomp said that Pakistan was a peaceful county having number of tourists sites and valleys that have the potential to draw in tourists from across the planet .
Wouter said that besides ecotourism, Pakistan especially Khanpur area in KP province housed variety of cultural heritage site of other faiths. which were of international fame like Bhamala site. Plomp said he is Pleasure Exploring the National Heritage Site of Pakistan.
He appreciated the efforts of Pakistani authorities for conservation of cultural Buddhist sites. Plomp said that he had visited different parts of Pakistan but it had been his first ever visit to Khanpur where he enjoyed the tourism and heritage sites.
The Netherlands ambassador to Pakistan
Wouter Plomp, is all praise for the country’s paradise-like beauty.overall security situation when he visited a Buddhist stupa and Khanpur lake near Haripur on Sunday.
Perfect country for Tourism
Plomp was on a family picnic there. While chatting with media, he said that Pakistan is now a perfect country for tourism because of its much-improved security and heavenly tourist spots.