LAHORE - Food courts designed keeping in view culture and heritage of Punjab, Sindh, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Balochistan and Gilgit-Baltistan have become an attraction for visitors to the Greater Iqbal Park.

A senior official of the Parks and Horticulture Authority (PHA), Rana Ansar Latif, said while talking to the media here on Sunday: "Special cultural dishes and traditional presentation manners of people living in various parts of the country had been presented at one place that is a unique attraction at the park." He said the government deserved credit for this achievement.

Nighat Bibi, a visitor who had arrived from Karachi, said it was her wish to visit the park which was a project of the national significance. The Greater Iqbal Park enhanced beauty of the city, she said, and added delicious food available there was a big attraction for her.

Muzzaffar Chaudhry, another visitor to the park from Azad Kashmir, said creation of such a park was a great job. He praised the taste of food offered at the food court in the park. He also praised beauty and cleanliness arrangements at the park.

Some girl students from a school in Narowal appreciated various items and facilities available at the park.

Other visitors said they came to the park to take pictures of beautiful moving fountains installed with colourful lights at the park. New facilities were also provided at the park including, elaborated walkways and art gardens.

The PHA had also installed lights and dancing fountains in the park.