It can also be viewed from the palace of Chitral’s King.
This mountain is also highest in the world apart from Himalaya and Karakoram ranges. It was built by Shujaul Mulk, the Mehtar of Chitral (1895 – 1936).
It is also famous for its dry fruits Almonds, apricot, pistachios and walnut.
There many motels and restaurants in town of Chitral.
The district is administratively divided into two tehsils (subdivisions); Chitral and Mastuj.
Fourteen kilometers from the town of Chitral; Koghazi and adjacent Goleen are literally a piece of paradise on the earth. One can enjoy; mountaineering, rock climbing, trekking, hiking on plenty of places all around the Chitral.
A visit to polo ground will provide you with information about interesting game of polo, and if you are lucky then there might be match going on that you can enjoy. One can easily view Tirich Mir from here in a clear weather. It is situated 14.5 kilometers (9 miles) from Chitral. Garam Chashma (transformation in English: Warm Spring) is famous around the country and outside for its springs of warm waters.
The place is also famous for precious stones, trout fish and clean environment.
Brief History: In the 3rd century AD, Chitral was occupied by Kanishka, the Buddhist ruler of the Kushan Empire. Then it was under Raees rule from 1320 to the 15th century.
From 1571 onward Chitral was the capital of the princely state of Chitral under the rule of the Katur Dynasty.