Pakistan pavilion draws crowds at Brusseles festival

Traditional Pakistani street food a major attraction, drawing a large number of visitors.


BRUSSELES: The Pakistan pavilion at a global festival held at the International School of Brussels attracted crowds of visitors who appreciated the cultures and traditions of the country.

The pavilion at the festival was arranged by the embassy of Pakistan at Brusseles. Over 100 countries showcased their vultures at the festival. 

Traditional Pakistani street food was a major attraction, drawing a large number of visitors, who enjoyed delicacies such as Biryani, Samosas, Gulab Jaman, and the special Pakistani chai.

The pavilion also featured a Henna corner, offering intricate and beautiful designs for those seeking a more immersive cultural experience.

Visitors also took keen interest in the made in Pakistan sports items such as football and cricket kits and took pictures with the World Cup Football on the Pakistan stall.

Pakistan’s Ambassador Amna Baloch on the occasion said that the festival serves as a platform to showcase Pakistan’s rich cultural heritage, diversity and hospitality.

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