Murree, 50 kilometers northeast of Pakistan's capital Islamabad, is the country's most famous hill station. It is a hilly place in the Himalayan foothills at 33 54′ 30′′ north latitude and 73 26 east longitude, and it is located at a moderate height of 7500 feet (2286 metres) in the Himalayan foothills. There are four primary supers in this area, all of which are steadily expanding. Murree City, at 7500 feet above sea level, is the highest of them all. Patriata, Kuldana, and Gharial are the only ones left. It is bordered on the east by the River Jhelum, on the north and west by the KPK districts of Abbottabad and Haripur, on the southwest by the Islamabad Capital Territory, and on the south by the Kotli Sattian Tehsil (town) of Rawalpindi district.
Murree was a town created in the style of European cities, with a church in the center and The Mall as the major thoroughfare. Mall Road is surrounded by business establishments and administrative agencies. The Mall was and continues to be, the main attraction. Only Europeans were given access to the Mall until 1947 when non-Europeans were allowed entry.
On the Lower Topa, New Murree / Patriata is roughly 15 kilometres from Murree's major hills. With towering trees and magnificent slopes, this is an excellent mountain station. This area is well-known for its excellent ski lifts. From New Murree to Patriata Top, you may ride the cable car or a world-class chair lift system. The road is approximately 7 kilometres long. Don't forget to take the cable car ride for a once-in-a-lifetime adventure. In addition, numerous beautiful sceneries may be seen in the surrounding and distant hills. All of the hills are covered with snow in the winter, while the lush green scenery is visible in the summer.
You may stroll out of the mall road from other parties, travel to the GPO, and walk for 15 minutes (approximately one kilometre) to Kashmir Point, which is known for its calm. You may ascend to Kashmir's highest point. To go to the Pakistani presidential house at Murree, you must travel via Murree Cadet College. The Kashmiri mountains can be seen from here. Due to the traffic congestion on Mall Road, this is Murree's highest point, grabbing tourists' attention. It has lovely tourists to see.