The Sozo water park is a economical way to thrill yourself in a water park in Lahore. The tickets are cheap with enough water rides to enjoy a decent few hours.
Thought the park is not quite well maintained and it does need some eye into safety features but it does keep you busy with a little watching out yourself. There are small pools for children and a total separate area for ladies as well.
The Water Slides are cement made and I would avoid going up for a second time. However there are other rides that do cover up for it.
Cleanliness is average on the better side though it needs a lot of attention as well. On the other hand the park authorities could restrict food areas and bringing in outside food to maintain proper hygiene as well.
The Water Park also has a theme park in it with free rides for the family.
The season was quite good, cloudy with very slow showers and droplets of rain. Over all its quite fun. After all what can one expect from a few hundred rupees only.
There is the Jallo Forest Park nearby that can be visited if time permits.
The Lahore Zoo in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan, established in 1872, one of the largest zoos in South Asia. It is one of the oldest zoos in the world. It started as a small aviary that was donated by Lal Mahundra Ram. It is currently managed by the Wildlife and Parks department of the Government of Pakistan.
Not being a food lover it is not that easy to write a review for restaurants in any ways but it does help people who are looking for choices to dine out at a decent place with good food and a little lighter on the pocket as well.
Fritto at Shadman in Lahore, their website seems to be down but they do have a facebook page, is a place that my we had wanted to explore since quite some time but for some reason or other it just skipped. Being the festive season of Eid al-Fitr as well as a Sunday we had expected a bit of a rush but on visiting the place we did not find any as such. Probably the time was right, that is, around 8:30pm. The environment was not that good as compared to other fast food places we have visited here in Lahore. A nice table was a bit hard to find provided the AC would be functional at nearby.
Coming to the food, the Salad Bar was of no match compared to that of Pizza Hut but the Pizza we ordered, the Peri Peri Chicken Pizza, was a wonderful delight. The Mini Bucket was also fine and had a good taste. A 13″ Pizza is between Rs. 899 and Rs. 950 depending on the flavor you may choose while all other things on the menu had a reasonable price tag. Would we return to the place? Most likely, Yes, just for the Pizza or we might prefer a home delivery since the dinning environment did not seem all appealing.