The famous Pakistani traveler Chaudhry Khalid Rahmat, also known as “Ibn Battuta” for his amazing journeys through 100 nations, has decided to put his money into the tourism industry rather than real estate. He recently arrived back in New York after finishing a two-week trip to Japan, which was his 100th country visit.
Former Chartered Public Accountant (CPA) Chaudhry Khalid Rahmat has traveled extensively throughout the world for leisure, including Europe, the Middle East, and North and South America. He shared his love of travel and his experiences in the interview.
He set out on a two-week journey to explore the splendor of six states that were declaring their independence from Russia last year. Most recently, he spent two weeks in Japan, which he found to be the most beautiful nation overall.
Chaudhry Khalid Rahmat said he plans to keep traveling even after reaching his objective of seeing 100 different nations. This once-passive interest has developed into a strong passion that he is unable to give up. Like many others, he decides against investing in real estate and instead decides to use his time and money to travel more and learn more about the world.
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