Changa Manga Forest largest man-made forest of Pakistan

Changa Manga located in the Kasur District of Punjab, Pakistan is known as the largest man-made forest in the world. Stretched over an area of 48.6 sq. km this forest was developed in the 19th century during the British Raj in Indian Subcontinent, to fulfill the timber requirement of the railway network. The portion of the wildlife park covers an area of 40 acres and is home to the different kind of species: hog deer, Indian peafowl, jackal, mouflon, nilgai, and wild boar.

What can you enjoy? 

When you are in Lahore on a short visit or you are a resident of Lahore then you shouldn't miss the chance to visit the forest because its peaceful environment would give your soul a relief from the monotonous urban life. The forest is just 80 kilometers away from the Lahore city and easily accessible throughout all the season.
You can enjoy the picturesque view of the forest riding on the train which runs along a 5 km long railroad. Also, there are children play areas and you can enjoy the boating too. Other attractions include water tribune, waterfall, beautiful lake and the rest house.

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