Fatima Jinnah Park

Address: Jogging Track, Islamabad 44000, Pakistan

Latitude: 33.7018160

Longitude: 73.0224970

Time Zone: Pakistan Standard Time

Categories: Activities

Tags: Outdoors, Family, Tourist-free

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Fatima Jinnah Park is situated in Islamabad, Pakistan. It covers the entire dedicated area for Sector F-9. It is a public recreational park. The park is considered one of the largest (in terms of covered area) in South East Asia. It has been named after the revered "Madre Millat" (Mother of the Nation) Miss Fatima Jinnah- younger sister of the founder of Pakistan. Micheal Japero was the builder of Fatima Park. It took took him five years to come up with the deisgn. Currently, various developmental projects are in progress to boost-up the the image as well as as provisioning of various facilities for the visitors.

Its whole acreage is covered mostly by greenery with few man-made structures dotting the landscape. With the exception of a few areas of the park that are close to residential districts, most of the park area effectively serves as a wildlife sanctuary. The park is bounded by a steel fence with entrance doors opening aat all the directional sides of the Park. There is a well laid network of foot paths inside the park, with neat grass and a few statues erected sparsely. Perhaps, CDA plans to raise the park to the Standards of Central Park of New York City.

Bird-watching in the park is like watching a wild life documentary in live. Fatima Jinnah Park is constructed in small clusters at the moment; some parts are well developed and a favorite among people while others are hardly ever tread upon. One of such areas is the Megazone complex. It is a well built area which has a lot to offer to its customers. The sports area comprises a standard length swimming pool, table tennis tables and snooker, while the more contemporary activities include bowling bowl, arcade games, laser tag and other small games. There is a take away and dining area as well. And lastly there is an assortment of different shops on clothes, DVDs and other accessories.

The place is good fro jogging, walking, evening exercises, gym activities and strongly recommended for families, foreigners, and tourists etc. This is a really cool open place in Islamabad.
it is the biggest planned and built park of the capital city
has something for almost everyone. An entire sector of Islamabad, the F-9 sector, is dedicated to this park. The park is considered one of the largest.
The lush green lawns and the beautiful flower beds of F-9 Park make it a beautiful and peaceful place to go and enjoy the soothing Isloo air for the adults and old people. Youngsters and teenagers on the other hand often visit it due to another major attraction: an international fast food restaurant!. A Bowling Alley is also located just near this park which is another reason why the teenagers want to visit the place.
Infants and kids on the other hand enjoy the park because of the swings over there.
A romantic small lack with rough hewn stone and wood benches add to the rustic charm.
one of the largest parks in south asia and pakistan fatima jinnah park is full of greenery and lanscape. there are a number of jogging traks where you can walk and jog. there are free open air gyms and chilfdern parks. there is also a fast food resturant and megazone an activity place where u can enjoy swimming Gym bowliong video games and much more
Fatima Jinnah Park or sometimes known as F-9 park (pointing out the fact that the covered area is spread out through the entire sector) is a public recreational park situated in sector F-9 of Islamabad, Pakistan. The park is considered one of the largest (in terms of covered area) in South East Asia. It was named after the revered "Madre Millat" (Mother of the Nation) Miss Fatima Jinnah- younger sister of the founder of Pakistan.Micheal Japero was the builder of Fatima Park. It took took him five years to come up with the deisgn. He got the idea from the of Pakistan who it was dedicated to.

Its colossal acreage is covered mostly by greenery with few man-made structures dotting the landscape. With the exception of a few areas of the park that are close to residential districts, most of the park area effectively serves as a wildlife sanctuary. The park is bounded by a steel fence with entrance doors at regular intervals, though only a few are routinely open and used. A further strip of land outside of the fence is lined with a foot trail. There is a well laid network of foot paths inside the park, with neat grass and a few statues erected sparsely; perhaps Fatima Jinnah Park is to Islamabad what Central Park is to New York City. Amongst the regular attendees, one can find as many voices for arguing in favor of further developing the park as one can find for arguing against the idea. The familiar scent of air and the sight of the Shaheen (Hawk) swooping down on its prey would all be gone once the technological advancements are brought in. Bird-watching in the park is like watching a wild life documentary in live.
Fatima Jinnah Park is situated in F 10. This is the largest park of the area of Rawalpindi Islamabad region. It has along well maintained jogging track to accomodate walkers and joggers. It has a caffetera and tuk shop. An restaurant is also under construction. Being near F10 Markaz All facilities of shopping ,dinning and walking available.

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