The Dutch ambassador to Pakistan, Wouter Plomp, praised the country’s paradisiacal beauty and general security situation when he visited a Buddhist Lake Stupa and Khanpur near Haripur on Sunday.
Plomp was there on a family picnic. Speaking to the media, he talks about that Pakistan is now an ideal country for tourism. Thanks to its greatly improved security and heavenly tourist attractions.
The Dutch envoy described his experience there and said it was a pleasure to explore the national cultural heritage. ( Dutch ambassador )
Plomp claimed that Pakistan has great potential for religious tourism as it houses a number of historical sites. That is important to Buddhists, Christians, Hindus, and Sikhs around the world.
He also praised government efforts to protect and preserve the holy places of other religions in the country. The envoy mentioned that Khanpur’s blood-red Malta oranges are world-famous and in high demand in the Netherlands.