Biggest Artificial Dancing Fountain South Asia Update: The Biggest Artificial Dancing Fountain South Asia was unveiled at Bahria Town, Karachi on 23rd March which provides a captivating water, light, and music spectacle.
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Malik Riaz, Founder and Chairman of Bahria Town, described the Biggest Artificial Dancing Fountain South Asia is a Pakistan Day gift to the nation, in his Facebook post.
The dazzling Biggest Artificial Dancing Fountain South Asia included more than 180 individual fountains, with the water reportedly reaching a height of over 150 feet. It is also accompanied and supported by laser lights and a fire show.
Bahria Town officials believe this can become a major tourist attraction that could draw thousands of visitors each day.
The Biggest Artificial Dancing Fountain South Asia has been launched for the public, although, it is set for a formal inauguration on April 15.
You can take a look at its demonstration on March 23 below:
— Malik Riaz Hussain (@MalikRiaz_) March 23, 2017
About Bahria Town
Bahria Town Karachi, which spans over 44,000 acres, is currently Pakistan’s largest private real estate project. Upon its completion, Bahria Town Karachi claims that it will host several other attractions and landmarks, including Pakistan’s largest cricket stadium, Pakistan’s first Hyatt Regency Hotel, one of the world’s largest mosques, a 36-hole PGA standard golf course, a night safari, and a private member club called President’s Club, among others.
Bahria Town is the largest private real estate company in Asia whose housing societies are also present in Lahore, Islamabad, and Rawalpindi. The company owns several shopping complexes including the Mall of Lahore and the under-construction Mall of Islamabad, a chain of cinemas under the brand of Cine Gold, and a chain of supermarkets under the banner of Green Valley Hypermarket.
About Malik Riaz
Malik Riaz Hussain is a Pakistani real estate tycoon and philanthropist. He is the founder and chairman of Bahria Town. Riaz is currently the 7th richest person in Pakistan, with an estimated wealth of US$1.1 billion as of 2017 and is one of Pakistan’s most prominent philanthropists.
Born in Sialkot into a wealthy family which went bankrupt during his adolescence. Riaz started his career as a clerk with a construction company in Rawalpindi. In the 1980s Riaz moved to become a contractor, and in 1995 was contracted to develop a gated community for Pakistan Navy. The contract was eventually terminated, but Riaz went on to develop Bahria Town Rawalpindi.
He expanded his real-estate company and developed gated communities in Karachi, Lahore and Islamabad during the 2000s, developing a combined area of 45,000 square acres. As of 2016, Bahria has 60,000 employees, making it one of the largest private sector employers in Pakistan.
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