Pakistan’s Embassy participates in ISB International Festival in Brussels


The Embassy of Pakistan participated at the ISB International Festival in Brussels with a uniquely designed Pakistani pavilion.

According to the media reports, the Pakistani embassy participated at the ISB International Festival in Brussels on Monday. The International festival featured Pakistani Street Food, handicrafts, sporting products, photo booths and many interesting activities for the visitors.

The festival is an annual celebration of diverse cultures and traditions from all around the world, which was held after a gap of 3 years, due to the global Covid pandemic. A large number of visitors including the younger generation visited and took keen interest in various facets of Pakistani culture, reflected through interesting and informative documentaries, books, and cultural displays.

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The Embassy of Pakistan in Brussels had displayed an array of cultural displays depicting rich heritage, cultural diversity, tourism and export potential of the country of the country. The displays included artifacts, ornaments, handicrafts, top export products, traditional costumes and photographs. A selection of books and documentaries about tourism and culture in Pakistan, were also showcased, which provided the visitors with a unique insight into the rich history, traditions and tourism potential of the country.

Pakistani traditional street food also attracted many visitors who liked the traditional Pakistani cuisine especially, Biryani, Samosas, Seekh Kebabs, Kheer as well as special Pakistani Kashmiri chai. The Pavilion also featured a Hina tattoo corner, offering intricate and beautiful henna designs for those looking for a more immersive experience. The visitors deeply appreciated the Pakistani cuisine and beautiful artifacts displayed at the Pakistan Pavilion.

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