Malaysia, South Africa and Zimbabwe are among the countries Pakistan are considering as options to host their limited-overs series against Australia in August.
The series was set to be held in Sri Lanka, but SLC pulled out last week due to a clash in the series schedule with the first season of the Sri Lanka Premier League.
The PCB said that a final decision on the venue will be taken within a week.
Pakistan and Australia are due to play five ODIs and three Twenty20 internationals against each other.
The original plan was to play just one Twenty20, but with the World T20 immediately after the series, the countries' boards have agreed to play two extra matches.
Pakistan has had to play their home series in neutral venues since the attack on the Sri Lankan team bus in March 2009.