Islamabad Gets its First 24×7 Live Cam at the Best Possible Spot

During half a century of its existence, Islamabad has gone from being a sleepy little town to a legitimate metropolis of over two million inhabitants buzzing with active social and cultural life of its own.

Over the years, many new places of interest have sprung into life which have become central to the must-have experiences that the city has to offer.

One unique place is Pir Sohawa, the city’s premier tourist hill spot at a height of 3600 feet and a rapidly developing resort located 18 kilometers from Islamabad atop Margalla Hills. A classic mountain village turned resort, the place has been transformed to cater to the visual and gastronomical tastes of visitors from all over the world who come to enjoy food and breathtaking scenery of the city of Islamabad.

COMSATS Internet Services has taken the initiative to live stream, around the clock, the scenery of Islamabad from the highest place in the city.

You can check it out here.

This will enable people from any corner of the world to experience the beauty of Islamabad from the comforts of their home by watching the video live stream using COMSATS Internet Service’s high-speed broadband network and its YouTube channel.

So if you can’t visit Pir Sohawa yourself, you can enjoy its beautiful scenery via the live cam instead.

  • yaar ya camera kisi aisi jagha lagao jis sa aankho main thori thand paray…..

  • It would be better if it was a 360° cam, so that one can enjoy the view from all angles.

    • I know some mid and senior faculty members of Comsats Chak Shahzad Campus, COMSATS can’t be proud of them ;) and they are not just a few.

  • Great Initiative, It can tell people around the world, who Pakistanis really are, how scenically beautiful is Pakistan, Fun loving people, eating at a posh restaurant like people in any other part of the world.

  • It wasn’t a live stream in the first place anyway, it was streamed by a delay of 2 hours at the very least. Secondly, it’s closed now.

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