Havelian is the second largest municipality in the Abbottabad District, in the Hazara Division, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan. It serves as the headquarters for Havelian Tehsil. The word literally translates into English as “mansions”. The outskirts of the city are also home to one of the largest ordnance factories of Pakistan, Pakistan Ordnance Factories Havelian. An ordnance depot also exists in the vicinity of the city and the factory
Havelian’s main public transport consist of auto rickshaws, modified Suzuki pickup vehicles, tongs, which can accommodate anywhere from 8 to 13 people at a time. Taxis and automobiles for hire are also available. Vans and buses are frequently used for connecting Havelian to the surrounding cities and towns in the region.
Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif performed a groundbreaking ceremony of the Hazara Motorway, the road link of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, on November 29, 2014. The 60-kilometre-long, 4-lane fence opd expressway will cost Rs33 billion. The Hazara Motorway will reduce the drive time from Islamabad to Havelian to just 30 minutes, additionally providing a road to the Havelian Dry Port project. The project anticipates hundreds of thousands of employment opportunities, possibilities of new business ideas, and a socio-economic uplift of the whole region. CM KPK Parveez Khan Khattak announced a bypass from Havelian to Damtor and another bypass from the Havelian city to Havelian Village. The CM also announced a network of roads in Havelian
Havelian is the last railway station while traveling to the northern areas of Pakistan in KPK province.
Havelian is the terminus of a branch railway.
In February 2007, consultants investigated the construction of a railway link to China. The line would cross the 4,730m-high Khunjerab pass.
A former railway to the east was cut by partition with India.
Agriculture and business are the main occupations of the people in Havelian. A significant number of people are also employed in the ordnance factories and ordnance depot, however, the factory boasts its own housing area separate from the old city known as POF Colony
1.Lone Mansion, Usman, Abdul Rehman Corporation Since 1956 Havelian
2.Imperial College of Technology Havelian
3.Dar-E-Arqam School Havelian
4.Alfalah Public School, Sultanpur
5.Pied School System, Havelian
6.Allama iqbal public school and college havelian
7.Abbottabad University of Science & Technology
8.Ayub Public School, Havelian.
9.Iqra public school and degree college Havelian
10.Sir Syed Public School & College Sultanpur, Havelian
11.Government High School, Havelian
12.Jinnah Public School, Havelian
13.International Public School and College, Havelian
14.Al Arqam Academy Of Excellence, Havelian
16.Air Foundation School System Havelian
17.Government Degree College both for boys and girls Havelian.
18.Jinnah college of commerce Havelian
19.The Hallmark college Havelian.
20.Hira Public School Havelian.
21.Madrissa Jamia Anwar ul Islam Sultanpur Havelian
22.Madrassa imam Azam Abu Hanifa Muslim Abad Havelian
23.Fatima Public School Havelian
24.The Rising Sun Public School Havelian Village.
25.The Leader College of Science & Technology Havelian.
5 Villages near Havelian
There are many small and large villages of Hazaras in the vicinity of Havelian, these Include Phullanawali, Haajia, Langra, Lari Siyadain, Malkan,Gohaal, Banda Abdul Jabbar Khan, Banda Bazdaar, Banda Said Khan,Bodla, Deiri Kiyaal, Baandi Attai Khan, Takia Sheikhan, Rajoya, ghora Bazgraan, Gharhi Pholgran, Chair Sajji Kot, Naara, Sultanpur, Changi Bandi Baldeer, Chamnaka, Kiala, Batala, Sajawel, Banda Subkhan, Maira, Khota Qabar, Theethaan, Sareela, Barsin, Kokal, Solan, Panjgran, Kashka, Jhangra, havelian gaho(hvn village,talla, banda sahib khan,Kaseel Syedan Daree Shareef Karaki Magree Sari
6 Tourist pleases
Sajikot WaterFall (Sajikot Abshar)
Sajikot Waterfall is a waterfall located in Havelian Tehsil, Abbottabad District, in Pakistan’s Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province. It is a popular tourist destination in Abbottabad District. It is about 27 kilometres (17 mi) from Havelian and 40 kilometres (25 mi) from Abbottabad District.