Located in the middle of Margalla Hills, Daman-e-Koh is a viewing point and hill top garden located 2400 feet above sea level. The location is very popular amongst tourists and is a midpoint for those on their way to the higher view point located at Pir Sohawa. The location is also well known monkeys which populate the area, as well as cheetahs which are seen during the wintertime. It allows for a stunning panoramic view of Islamabad.
Located in the Margalla Hills, this location offers a true feeling of rural Pakistani life. The village offers a glimpse into traditional culture, including cuisines as well as a centuries-old Hindu temple. It is considered a tourist district, with the Hindu Shrine offering galleries and a museum as part of the attraction. Saidpur showcases an example of what the capital region looked like before the urban development of the city.