In the extraordinary north of Pakistan, Skardu the focal valley of Gilgit-Baltistan, is an encapsulation of magnificence, quietness and wild.
After Jaglot on the Karakoram Highway, a thin street turns towards Skardu. During the seven-hour venture, one is welcomed with a few streams, springs, and the friendliness of the nearby individuals.
In the wake of intersection the old wooden scaffold worked over the River Indus, one spans Shangrila, a heaven on earth for voyagers. It is a popular place of interest in Skardu, which is around 25 minutes away by drive. Eatery in Shangrila rest house is feature of this spot, which is worked in the structure of an airplane.