Dude I looked up and if you get on a motorway, In just 28 hours you can go from Karachi to Skardu, all of it is connected- if we get a decent rail line that's a game-changer honestlyOur landscape is more diverse than Bhutan and Srilanka. If you love lush green valleys , snow capped peaks there aren't many places in the world that rival's Pakistan.
I don't think it will complicate things on your passport. More Pakistani's get American visit visa than Bangladeshi's do. Same goes for UK/Schengen visa if you see numbers. In last 5-6 years we have had a surge in foreign tourism and one of the reasons is ease of visa process. Another is we have improved road network and 5 star hotels even at places which are 8000 feet above sea levels. Tourism industry is now worth $8-10 billion in Pakistan
Visa process is very simple now you dont need to visit any consulate. Just apply online. They introduced this last year. Bangladesh is on the list of eligible countries that can apply online and get a visa.
I have seen a lot of people going out more nowadays because of it, as a history geek North Punjab and Pakhtunkwa are rich with very ancient historical places- ever since Indus valley civilization first emerged another civilization appeared somewhere else than when that collapsed another emerged because of it we have some of the most ancient places in the whole world
I am planning on making a whole history tour somewhere down the line
Honestly, I don't care about foreign tourism as much,
I think domestic tourism can/does make a lot of money, not to mention how we get to experience each other's cultures, way of life, history, lets improve that, and when we get used to that and smooth it out over a couple of years
then maybe look for foreign, rn lets do domestic tourism
All of it one can visit on a bus or a car with a highway or a motorway, so very easy journey too