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Is Blue World City Driving the Pakistani Tourism Industry in 2020? |Must Read

Blue World City, the latest housing project of Blue Group of Companies, has seen a rapid rise in acclaim over the last year. It has been making headlines for all the right reasons— most recently, investors are recognizing a correlation between the housing society and a boom in the Pakistani tourism industry.

China, Blue World City, and the Pakistani Tourism Industry

Perhaps one glaring way in which the society is helping nourish the Pakistani tourism industry is simply by being a collaborated effort between BGC and Shan Jian Municipal Engineering—a leading Chinese construction and development company.

Blue World City is being dubbed a “Pak-China Friendly City”, and it is expected to promote cordial international ties between the two countries. Having signed an MOU with Shan Jian Municipal Engineering, the housing project not only assures its residents that it will uphold standards akin to those of international housing societies but also ensures a steady inflow of Foreign Direct Investment from China.

Not only this, but there will be a higher volume of Chinese inhabitants moving into the housing project. This will surely introduce more foreigners to the Pakistani tourism industry as tourists from our southern neighbor cross borders to visit their loved ones residing in Blue World City.

Another way the housing society’s affiliation with China could promote the Pakistani tourism industry is by offering closer proximity to the CPEC route—another collaboration of both the countries.

Turkey and Blue World City

China is not the only country Saad Nazir, Chairperson of the housing project, is maintaining ties with. Earlier in 2020, there were talks of appointing

Ertugrul Ghazi’s lead Engin Altan as the housing project’s brand ambassador. However, when talks fell through with Altan, Esra Bilgic, his co-star, was offered the position. This is yet another way Blue World City is bolstering the Pakistani tourism industry. By doing this, BGC has created a cultural bridge between Turkey and Pakistan. In recent years, we have seen a sharp increase in people going to Turkey for holiday—this could be a chance for Turkish tourists to choose Pakistan as a vacation destination.

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Blue World City’s Tourist Attractions

Apart from its association with different countries, the project has quite a few merits of its own that could attract tourists from all over the globe.

The housing project has set itself the goal of constructing the world’s tallest horse mascot. That is right! What a sight to behold. It will also be mentioned in the Guinness Book of World Records. This is an excellent way to promote the Pakistani tourism industry to anyone who is a reader of Guinness records.

One of the many tourist attractions this esteemed housing society is providing is a replica of Burj Al-Arab. This recreation will stand 300 ft tall and will adhere to the architecture of the original one, down to the last detail. This building will serve as the primary Business Square of the project.

Another noteworthy landmark will be the Blue Mosque replica. The Blue Mosque is, without doubt, one of the most awe-inspiring monuments of the Muslim world. It will surely attract tourists, domestically, and internationally lending great support to the Pakistani tourism industry.

Lastly, the housing scheme is set to construct Pakistan’s largest water theme park— residents will be able to indulge in water sports such as surfing, as well as using water slides. Doesn’t Blue World City seem like every investor’s dream? Want to secure your investments while helping out the Pakistani tourism industry? Here is everything you need to know about Blue World City. If you are looking for more information, our real estate experts at Makeen Marketing will be happy to help.

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