Khunjerab Pass

The Khunjerab Pass (Pak-China Border) is a scenic and breathtaking landmark located at an altitude of 15,397 feet (4,600 M). It is the highest point on the majestic Karakoram Highway of the Gilgit Baltistan region.

The border is a significant source of trade between two countries. Recently a luxury bus service has started from Pakistan between two countries to enhance business activities. Now the people, particularly businessmen, have an opportunity to enjoy their travels with breathtaking beauty and tourism.

It is also the door of a great friendship of both countries (China-Pakistan) as Khunjerab Pass connects Pakistan with China. It is considered the highest paved international border crossing in the world.

Visitors from both sides of the border come and enjoy the enchanting beauty of mountains. The Pakistan (Gilgit Baltistan) side is surrounded by indescribable beautiful mountains and is home to rare animals.

Which Chinese city is near to Khunjerab Pass?

Answer to one most common question: which Chinese city is near Khunjerab Pass, well Karakoram highway starts from Pakistan at the point of Hassan Abdal, a small city of Attack district of Punjab province, and goes to the Chinese city of Kashgar in western Xinjiang Uyghur.

Khunjerab pass weather goes up to a maximum 30 C temperature, and in winter, it receives heavy snow that leads to it closing in winter from November to April.

As it all depends upon weather conditions, there is no specific time of opening and closing dates of the border. However, it is better to call the highway helpline before traveling to the border.

The border remains open from Monday to Friday (5 days a week) from 9 am to 5 on the Pakistan border and 11 am to 8 pm on the Chinese border side of Beijing time. We arrange honeymoon, tailor-made, and group tours packages to Hunza, Khunjrab pass with economical prices.

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