Chaudhry Khalid Rahmat, a Pakistani man known as “Ibn Battuta” for his remarkable travel adventures to 100 countries, has chosen to invest his money in tourism rather than purchasing real estate. After completing a two-week visit to Japan, which marked his 100th country visited, he recently returned to New York.
Chaudhry Khalid Rahmat, a retired Chartered Public Accountant (CPA), has explored numerous regions across the globe, including Europe, the Middle East, and North and South America, purely for tourism. In a special interview with DailyPakistan, he expressed his passion for traveling and shared his experiences.
Last year, he embarked on a two-week journey to discover the beauty of six states that were gaining independence from Russia. Most recently, he spent two weeks in Japan and found it to be the most stunning country in all aspects.
Chaudhry Khalid Rahmat stated that he intends to continue his tourism endeavors even after achieving his goal of visiting 100 countries. This hobby has transformed into a deep-seated passion that he cannot abandon. Instead of investing in real estate like many others, he chooses to allocate his money and time to fuel his love for exploring the world through travel.