The Faisal Mosque is a landmark of Islamabad, located next to the Pakistan International Islamic University in the western part of the capital Islamabad. It was funded by the King Faisal Foundation of Saudi Arabia and was named after his name. The shape of the mosque is unique and magnificent, with strong Islamic cultural characteristics. The entire complex consists of a worship hall, a minaret, a courtyard plaza, a cloister, etc. The shape is made of white marble, decorated with mosaics and lowered from Banshan Park. The white roof and tower can be clearly seen.
Built in the Musharraf period, the Pakistani monument is elegant and consists of four large petals and three small petals. The large petals symbolize the four major provinces of Pakistan, and the small petals symbolize the three territories of Pakistan. There is a small pentagonal monument in front of it. From the top, the crescent moon surrounded by seven petals, the star holding the monument, is the star of the Pakistan flag.
Located on the southeastern side of Islamabad, Lake Laval is a source of water for cities such as Islamabad and Rawalpindi. The densely planted plants along the Laval Lake are an important place for residents of Islamabad to relax and play. Outdoor activities such as wild barbecues and rock climbing can be performed here, and the colorful activities attract a large number of group visitors every year.