In the last 15 years we'veorganised 3500 live events at Regale Rooftop, 5200 events covered in Pakistan & served more than 50,000+ happy customers.
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Let Regale take you on a cultural journey across Lahore, experienced by thousands every year from all corners of the world.
35km South of Lahore you will find Malik’s country retreat in the village of Sikhan Walla, just outside Sharakpur Sharif. This is an absolute gem, especially if you need a break from the heat and hustle and bustle of Lahore city.
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What Our Customers Are Saying
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"This is a very belated review - because I stayed here 13 years ago in 2001!
I was travelling alone in Pakistan for a month. As a lone, white, British female, this was something of an experience...
The Regale Internet Inn had been recommended to me by fellow backpackers back in Delhi a few months before. Of all my adventures in Pakistan, this was the most memorable and I will never forget Malik's hospitality and willingness to educate his guests by exposing them to all kinds of cultural experiences. My time there (probably a week, at most) stands out as a real event in my life (I'm now 47). I don't think anywhere else would have given me the same...
I would give a thousand recommends to this place. It wasn't just a place to crash: it was a haven; a family; a real education."
"I haven't been here in many years but during my stay it was magic. The then- proprietor Mr. Malik would take visitors to see what only the locals accessed- cheap backstreet markets, qwaali music, Sufi ceremonies. Best times of this Canadian girl's life!"
"The Regale Internet Inn has been a home away from home to me. It's run by Malik and his lovely family, which are the most warm hearted, welcoming and hospitable people you can find.
Staying in their hostel will give you an instant access to parts of Lahori and Pakistani culture that will be much more difficult to come across otherwise. Malik is part of Lahori's Sufi culture and a close friend to some of the best musicians in town. You can be often lucky to find Dhol drummers Goonga and Mithu Sain, for example, that played the Barbican in London, to play on his roof terrace.
Especially for women travelling to Lahore, it feels very secure to explore some shrines with Malik and his friends, as they are utterly respected in town and therefore all their guests are. Makes all the difference!"