Lahore’s first ever Double-Decker bus is all set to start rolling its way to the magical beauty and historic heritage of the city. The project, Sightseeing Lahore, has brought the most iconic double-decker bus service for tourists visiting the city, thanks to the efforts of the Tourism Development Corporation of the Punjab (TDCP).

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The buses can hold 67 passengers, and will come equipped with public address systems that will aid the tour guides in explaining the history of the city and the places of interest along the designated routes while LED screens will be later installed to screen documentaries highlighting Lahore’s art, culture, and historical heritage.

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The route of these buses remains undecided, following the approval of the Chief Minister of Punjab, Mian Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif, but the buses are likely to move between the Walled City and Gaddafi Stadium.

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The TDCP has the support of the Walled City of Lahore Authority (WCLA), who, according to Ahmar Malik, would provide a Tonga Cart, Rickshaws and a special guide service at the Fort Road Food Street to further showcase the city’s sights.

International standards of cities with the same double-decker service, including Dubai, London, and Budapest, were examined and will be further implemented in Lahore.

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