8 Tourist Places To Visit In Sindh

1. Mazar-e-Quaid

This the final resting place of the father of the nation Mr. Muhammad Ali Jinnah. The glowing white marble building is situated in the heart of Karachi.


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2. Bhambore

This 2100 years old city was the capital of the city of Bamboo Raja. It is said that Muhammad Bin Qasim entered through this city when he conquered Sindh.



3. Mubarak Village

One of the most beautiful beaches located in the outskirts of Karachi



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4. Lake Manchar

It is the largest shallow, fresh water lake of Pakistan. The total area of the lake is somewhere between 350 Sq Kilometers to 520 Sq Kilometers depending upon the season.


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5. Mohenjo-Daro

This archaeological site is known to be the oldest urban settlement in the world which still has some traces of its in today’s world.


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6. Haleji Lake

Haleji Lake is Asia’s largest bird sanctuary, and so is the best spot for bird lovers. Thousands of migratory birds from as far as Siberia come to seek refuge here.


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7. Frere Hall

Frere Hall is one of the best architecture of the British Colonial Era which is one of the most noteworthy tourist places in Karachi.


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8. Keenjhar Lake

Also known as Kalri Jheel, this lake is one of the biggest lakes in Pakistan.


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