ICAFS2017,7th ICBB|Agricultural & Food Sciences|Biotechnology & Bioengineering

2017 International Conference on Agricultural and Food Science

7th International Conference on Biotechnology and Bioengineering

ICAFS2017&7th ICBB, October 25-27, 2017 Lahore, Pakistan

Venue

1. Conference Venue

Conference Hall, Virtual University of Pakistan.   Click for detailed road map.
Address: M.A Jinnah Campus, Defence Road, Off Raiwind Road, Lahore. 
Visit Google Map for details.

2. Visa

For registered participants, we will provide formal invitation letter and visa facilitation letter for visa support. More information about Pakistan Visa policy please visit http://www.dgip.gov.pk/Files/Visa.aspx

3. Transportation

Foreign delegates are suggested to travel to Lahore (Allama Iqbal International Airport), or to Islamabad (Islamabad International Airport) and then to Lahore by airby train or by bus.

4. Accommodation

According to Booking.com, the range of price for accommodation for 1 night will be from about 35 USD to about 120 USD. We encourage participants to reserve rooms based on their own needs. Also we will provide more Hotels information soon. If you need assistance, please contact conference secretariat at [email protected]
1. Panoramic Hotel55-A The Mall Road, 54000 Lahore, Pakistan  (About 50mins by car to conference venue)
  Click here to reserve via booking.com   Deluxe Room is about 55 USD per room/night, Breakfast included.
2. Bahria Grand Hotel & Resort, Executive lodges, Bahria Town, Lahore  (About 8km from conference Venue, 20mins by car to conference venue)
Phone: +92 3334903834 Email: [email protected]
Special room fee of single standard roon is Rs. 12000 (about 118 USD)+taxes, per room/night; double standard room is Rs. 14000 (about 137 USD)+taxes, per room/night, incl. breakfast and wifi.
3. Luxus Grand Hotel 4 Egerton Rd, Edgerton Rd, Lahore (About 50mins by car to conference venue)
 Phone: +92 0323-4630128   Email: [email protected]
 Special room fee of single standard room is Rs. 9,300 (about 91.3 USD)+taxes, per room/night; double standard room is Rs. 10,800 (about 106 USD)+taxes per room/night, incl. breakfast and pick & drop from airport.
4. Hospitality Inn25 - Egerton Road, Lahore  (About 50mins by car to conference venue)
 Phone:+92 42 36310077   Email:[email protected][email protected]
 Special room fee of Deluxe Room is Rs. 10,900 (about 107 USD) / Twin bed Deluxe room is Rs.12400 (about122USD) +Tax 16% GST per room/night; Executive Room is Rs. 14,000 (about 137 USD) / Twin bed Executive Room is Rs.15500 (about 152 USD) + Tax 16% GST per room/night, incl. breakfast.
5. Hotel The Leschanze10-N Main Boulevard Johar Town Lahore (About 40mins by car to conference venue)
Phone: +92 307 4736653  Email: [email protected]
Special room fee of Single Standard Room is Rs. 3000 (about 30USD) + Tax 16%; DoubleStandard Room is Rs. 3500 (about 34.5USD) + Tax 16%; Deluxe Room is Rs. 4000 (about 40USD) + Tax 16%; Suite is Rs. 5000 (about 49USD) + Tax 16% per room/night, incl. breakfast and wifi.
6. Other related hotelsClick here to view more hotels information on booking.com.
* We suggest participants try to reserve accommodations in or nearby the mentioned hotels above, which will be convenience for Virtual University to provide pick and drop service from hotels to the conference venue.

5. About Lahore

Lahore (Urdu: لاہور, Punjabi: لہور, pronounced [la.hor]) is the capital of the province of Punjab, and the second most dense city in Pakistan, also known as the Gardens of the Mughals or City of Gardens, after the significant rich heritage of the Mughal Empire. In most popular culture Lahore is known as the Heart of Pakistan. It is located near the river Ravi and the Indian border, Wagah.
It is said that “If you haven’t seen Lahore, you haven’t even been born”.  The ancient city of gardens is still regal in its charms. Lahore is a beautiful example of a culture spanning 4000 years. The ancient fortified city has its grandeurs enclosed in its 13 gates and beyond.  Lahore is alluded to as the social heart of Pakistan as it proudly hosts most of the arts, cooking, fiestas, music, film-production, gardening and intellectuals of the nation. Lahoris pride themselves as being the fondest of food and the city justly nurtures this passion in several of its ancient localities like Food Street and Lakshmi Chowk.
Due to Lahore's rich history, the Mughal and colonial architecture has still been preserved in all its splendour. Mughal architecture such as, the Badshahi Mosque, Lahore Fort, Shalimar Gardens and the mausoleums of Jehangir and Nur Jehan are very popular tourist spots in the city. Various colonial buildings originally built by the British, such as the Lahore High Court, General Post Office (GPO) and many of the older universities still retain their Mughal-Gothic style.
Introduction of Lahore, Pakistan (Video on Youtube)
The city has a lot to offer, being crowned as the second best tourist spot in Pakistan. City of gardens has always kept its distinctive individuality and still holds numerous of, centuries old gardens. A visit to the past in a regal subcontinent is what Lahore has to offer to its explorers. Be it the Imperial Masjid, The Royal Fort, Shalimar Gardens, mausoleums of Mughal emperors all there is that should be in a preserved cultural city.
  
New Food Street, Lahore                   Shalimar Garden, Lahore                             Lahore Museum
  
Badshahi Masjid, Lahore              Grand Masjid, Bahria Town, Lahore                      Lahore Fort
  
Islamic Summit Minar                      GPO Building, Lahore                      Expo Center Lahore