Karachi is a commercial and metropolitan city of Pakistan. It is a huge city with lots of attractions and things to do, so for anyone who is new in Karachi can have a quite long list of places to visit in Karachi. Here I came up with the list of top 5 places to visit in Karachi.
The final resting place of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah the founder of Pakistan. It is probably the most well maintained significant monument of Pakistan which is visited by billions of visitors every year. The mausoleum has lush green gardens on all sides. The garden area has 15 fountains and numerous benches on the side where you can sit and enjoy the amazing green landscape and the spectacular white marble architecture of the town.
Top 5 Places to Visit in Karachi During Your Trip
It has a stunning view of architectural splendor. The building is in pink color in combination of Jodhpur stone and local yellow stone of Gizri. On the roof top is a magnificent structure with a central dome surrounded by smaller ones. The ceilings on these rooms display some fabulous art with engravings painted over in colorful patterns. The entire palace is encompassed by an extensive airy garden. Here you can see the statues of some legends like Queen Victoria.
The Clifton Beach is also known as sea view is the most prominent and the busiest spot of the beach. The beach has many attraction for tourists. You can enjoy camel rides and horse rides. You can also book tri-bikes on hourly rates. You can also enjoy the beauty of sunset and sooth yourself among the calm sea breeze. The Clifton Beach also had a food street where you can see nearly hundred fine-dine restaurants straight in a line. But if you are a peace lover then the best time to enjoy on the beach is on week days.
PAF Museum is an Air Force museum situated near Sharah-e-faisal in Karachi. There are majority of aircraft, weapons and radar are displayed in the park and the main museum features all major fighter aircraft used by Pakistan Air Force. The museum also houses the aircraft used by Muhammad Ali Jinnah founder of Pakistan, and a Folland Gnat of the Indian Air Force that landed in Pakistan during Indo-Pakistan war of 1965. There are two galleries dedicated to the SHOHADA and heroes of 1965 and 1971 wars. It is open for visitors daily between 8:30 am to 10:00 pm.
Port Grand food, drink and entertainment complex is a tourist attraction along the water front of the 19th century Native Jetty Bridge. The complex is a hub of shopping, dining, cultural and coastal recreational activities in the city. Port Grand also includes port bazaar, book store, florist, art lane, gift and antiques. This is an ideal location for food and other activities. People came here to enjoy their evenings with entertainment, foods and drinks. Even if you don’t want to spent money this is a great place to walk along.
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