How to Travel To China for Just Rs.60,000 Via Bus Service?

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How to Travel To China for Just Rs.60,000 Via Bus Service?

A private Bus Service Lets You Visit China Form Rawalpindi, and Islamabad to China at Just Rs.60,000 PKR.

How to Travel To China for Just Rs.60,000 Via Bus Service? Yes, you heard the right. A private bus company is all set to start Bus service between Islamabad and the Chinese city of Tashkurgan.

Faisal Movers will officially start operating on 13th May 2023, which will let you travel to China for just Rs.60,000 PKR.

So the travelers get ready to travel to China at too many affordable rates and all credit goes to the Faisal Movers Bus Service. A Bus Service from Islamabad to Tashkurgan will start operations after Eid-ul-Fitr, which will fetch the passengers from Islamabad to Tashkurgan, China in just Rs.60,000 PKR.

How to Book Seats to Travel to China through Bus Service?

As per the details, the bus will fetch the passengers from Islamabad and they need to book the ticket for almost a week. A mini-Utong bus with a capacity of 28 seats will take around 38 hours including the immigration process and the passengers will also have to stay for one night at the Sost border.

For booking Tickets you can contact the following addresses;

Faisal Movers PVT. LTD.


Lahore, Islamabad, Peshawar

Phone: 111-22-44-88
MOB: 03 111 22 44 88

For more information, you can visit Faisal Movers

Tickets Prices:

One way ticket price is Rs. 60,000 PKR per seat from Islamabad to Taskurgan

Total Duration of Travel:

It will be a 38-hour long trip, and the travelers will get to enjoy the view of the beautiful sights of northern Pakistan.

Required Documents:

To travel to Tashkurgan China via the Bus Service the passengers need to have the following documents that are very much essential for them including a Ticket, CNIC, Passport, Valid Visa, and Original Invitation from China.

Faisal Movers started a bus service between Rawalpindi-Islamabad and Tashkurgan but has been suspended due to the adverse Covid-19 pandemic.


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