Afghanistan's capital and its most important city, Kabul, is fast becoming a flourishing center for trade. Located in the eastern Afghanistan, Kabul used to be a famous tourist destination and its sights and sounds haven't changed much. Rapid reconstructions, major infrastructure projects and the positive attitude of the Afghan people has helped increase interest in the city, globally.

Eating Out!

Afghan cuisine in its traditional palette is mouth watering and foodies will appreciate the fare. The cuisine also takes influence from the surrounding regions of Uzbekistan. The spread generally consists of dairy products, various nuts, bread and a variety of meat preparations.

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Restaurants we recommend.

Safi Landmark Hotel/Restaurant, Shar-e Naw (Ansari Square)

Mai Thai Restaurant, Str15 Wazir Ak Khan House No.124,

Namaste India , Wazir Akbar Khan Street javascript:void(0) 15, Lane javascript:void(0) 4.

Tavern du Libon- Wazir Akbar Khan, Street 15.


From traditional Afghan ensembles to artifacts, shopping in Kabul is diverse. If you're a fervent shopper, you will find great shops at the Kabul City Center. Near the Supreme Tower, the Majid Mall is the largest shopping mall in Afghanistan. If you're looking for souvenirs, Chicken Street has a few stores that stock carpets, carvings, knives etc. Spinneys stocks products and goods for NGO's.

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Events & Festivals

  • The festivals form an intrinsic part of the people of Kabul and the are a time of much fanfare among the people
  • Most of the events and festivals in Kabul are completely dependent on the Islamic lunar calendar and hence, the dates of the festivals are not consistent.
  • Eid-Al-Fitr
    Eid-Al-Fitr marks the end of the month of fasting, or Ramadan. The festival is generally celebrated for 3 days through prayers in mosques and visits to relatives and friends.
  • Mawleed Al-Nabi
    Mawleed Al-Nabi marks the birth anniversary of The Holy Prophet. Celebrated on 12 Rabi-ul-Awwal, this holy occasion is marked with feasts and food is often distributed to the poor.