Pakistan is a country with a rich history and culture, and there are many fascinating and unbelievable facts about this country that may surprise you. Here are the top 30 unbelievable facts about Pakistan:

  1. Pakistan is the world's first Muslim country to successfully build and test nuclear weapons.
  2. Pakistan has the highest paved international road in the world, the Karakoram Highway, which connects Pakistan to China.
  3. Pakistan is home to the world's highest polo ground, located in the mountainous region of Gilgit-Baltistan.
  4. Pakistan has the second largest Muslim population in the world, after Indonesia.
  5. Pakistan's national animal is the markhor, a type of wild goat known for its long, spiral horns.
  6. Pakistan has the world's largest ambulance network, the Edhi Foundation, which operates over 1,500 ambulances nationwide.
  7. Pakistan has the world's second largest salt mine, the Khewra Salt Mine, which is also a major tourist attraction.
  8. Pakistan has the world's largest man-made forest, the Changa Manga Forest, which was planted in the 19th century to combat deforestation.
  9. Pakistan has the highest paved international border crossing in the world, the Khunjerab Pass, which connects Pakistan to China.
  10. Pakistan has the world's second highest mountain, K2, which is also the highest peak in the Karakoram range.
  11. Pakistan is home to the world's largest irrigation system, the Indus River system, which supports agriculture in the country.
  12. Pakistan has the world's largest natural gas reserves, with over 700 trillion cubic feet of natural gas.
  13. Pakistan has the world's largest ambulance network, the Edhi Foundation, which operates over 1,500 ambulances nationwide.
  14. Pakistan is home to the world's highest cricket ground, the Chail Cricket Ground, which is located in the Himalayan Mountains.
  15. Pakistan has the world's largest concentration of Sufism, a mystical Islamic tradition, and is home to many famous Sufi shrines.
  16. Pakistan has the world's second highest mountain, K2, which is also the highest peak in the Karakoram range.
  17. Pakistan is home to the world's largest ambulance network, the Edhi Foundation, which operates over 1,500 ambulances nationwide.
  18. Pakistan has the world's largest concentration of Sufism, a mystical Islamic tradition, and is home to many famous Sufi shrines.
  19. Pakistan has the world's largest natural gas reserves, with over 700 trillion cubic feet of natural gas.
  20. Pakistan has the world's second largest Muslim population, after Indonesia.
  21. Pakistan is home to one of the world's oldest civilizations, the Indus Valley Civilization, which dates back to 2500 BCE.
  22. The Pakistani city of Lahore is home to the world's largest outdoor food market, the Anarkali Bazaar.
  23. Pakistan has the highest altitude beach in the world, the Ormara Beach, which is located at an altitude of 2,200 feet above sea level.
  24. The Pakistani city of Lahore is home to the world's largest brick minaret, the Minar-e-Pakistan, which was built in 1960.
  25. Pakistan is home to the world's highest post office, the Hushyar Post Office, which is located at an altitude of 15,397 feet above sea level.
  26. The Pakistani city of Peshawar is home to the world's largest weekly market, the Qissa Khawani Bazaar.
  27. Pakistan has the world's highest village, the Dras Village, which is located at an altitude of 11,000 feet above sea level.
  28. The Pakistani city of Lahore is home to the world's largest museum, the Lahore Museum, which houses over 100,000 artifacts.
  29. Pakistan has the world's highest border crossing, the Khunjerab Pass, which connects Pakistan to China and is located at an altitude of 15,397 feet above sea level.
  30. The Pakistani city of Lahore is home to the world's oldest and largest recorded tree, the Chenab Mulberry tree, which is over 1,000 years old.