Salihli Sindh

Nyon Sindh

Traveling around Sindh is a cultural adventure filled with fascinating discoveries, history, and breathtaking natural beauty. Travelers have the opportunity to travel through living history, not just among remnants kept in the confines of a museum, but also experience the silence of the distant past among the sites of ancient settlements, temples, and tombs – a great place to escape from busy civilization. These still serve as places for religious pilgrimage, as they have for a thousand years. You will always remember the tall minarets, grandiose madrassahs and mosques, palaces and mausoleums decorated with incredible ceramic ornamentation, noisy and colorful bazaars, interesting legends, and the warm hospitality and ancient traditions of the local people.

Recently, tourist interest in Sindh’s heritage has markedly increased and accordingly, the range of travel facilities and the services of Sindh Govt are being expanded year by year in order to draw more travelers to explore this wonderful place. This is a land full of oriental romance, for anyone in search of a view into the past.

specifically Mazar e Quaid

The final resting place of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah is situated in the middle of the city of Karachi. Its humongous and well-lit presence is one of the attractive tourist spots in Sindh for everyone.

http://szkolabezbarier.org/?plaksivuy=knajpy-dla-singli-warszawa&8d8=29 Faiz Mahal

This majestic remains of the Talpur Dynasty of Khairpur is the Faiz Mahal. It is a grand architectural masterpiece. The unique traditional culture and traditional work of art seem to have swept over the

Frere Hall

The Frere Hall is the most notable building in Karachi. The hall was constructed in 1863, to commemorate the long and brilliant administration of Sir Bartle Frere when he was called to the viceroy’s Council in 1859.

Karoonjhar Mountain

Karoonjhar Mountains are situated in the city of Tharparkar. This is a hill in the district near the place nagarparkar on the northern edge of the Runn of Kutch. It contains granite rocks and Chinese clay. The Karoonjhar range

Keenjhar Lake

The second-largest freshwater lake in Pakistan, Keenjhar Lake is important for many reasons. It marks a shrine for the grave of the Sindhi Legend Noori Jam Tamachi which is a famous tale of the Prince Jam Tamachi

Gorakh Hill

Situated on an elevation of 5700 feet, Gorakh Hill is one of the most beautiful, the coldest and the most amazing tourist spots in Sindh. Because of this elevation, in winters the temperature drops below zero

Mohenjo Daro

Mohenjo Daro is located in the Larkana District of Sindh, Pakistan, on a Pleistocene ridge in the middle of the flood plain of the Indus River Valley, around 28 kilometers (17 mi) from the town of Larkana.

Kot Diji fort

Also known as For Ahmadabad, the Kot Diji fort is located in the town of Kot Diji in Khairpur. It is one of the most important cultural heritages of Sindh and was built between 1785 to 1795.

Chotiari Dam

Chotiari is located at the end of the Nara canal, near Achro on the north east side of Sanghar. Before the reservoir was constructed in the late nineties, there were six natural lakes at this place, namely Baqar,

Kalka Cave Temple

Kalka Devi’s Mandir is situated inside a mountain cave where the goddess is believed to have made an appearance during her Hinglaj yatra. It is located about one mile south of the capital city of Arror/Arora. In Shasthi language, Kalka

Shrine of Shah Abdul Latif Bhittai

Shah Abdul Latif Bhittai (1689-1752) was a Sindhi Sufi scholar, mystic, saint, poet, philosopher, tourist, and musician. He is widely considered to be one of the greatest poets of the world, who narrated his message

Jain temple

The condition of the temple near the Bodesar Dam, as well as the one located at the end of the Nagaparkar market, is worsening with every passing day, and the carvings of Hindu figures on the temple walls have

Mohatta Palace Museum

At Partition in 1947, Mohatta Palace was acquired by the newly established Government of Pakistan to house its Ministry of Foreign Affairs. When the Foreign Office moved to Islamabad in 1964, the palace was given

National Museum of Pakistan

The National Museum of Pakistan, Karachi was established in 1951 in the historical building of Frere Hall and continued to be there till July 1969. Meanwhile, the Government realized the importance of the National

Quaid-e-Azam House Museum

Quaid-e-Azam House Museum, popularly known as Flag Staff House is an important National Monument in the heart of the city. A gorgeous yellow stone double strayed building situated at the crossing of Shahrah-e-Faisal

Wazir Mansion Museum

Wazir Mansion is the place/house where the parents of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah lived at the time of the birth of the nation’s Supreme Leader. The house, where Mr. Mohammad Ali Jinnah spent his sixteen

Baloch Graveyard

This graveyard is situated in Malir district Karachi, located near Memon Goth in Goth Hashim Jokhio. The Baluch Tombs graveyard was developed by those who were roaming in the Maheer area. It came into existence when the earlier

Khaliq Dina Hall

The Khaliq Dina Hall was erected on Bunder Road in Karachi and opened in 1906. There is one spacious hall for public meetings and two rooms. The rooms according to the agreement were put at the disposal of

Chaukandi Tombs

Tombs at Chaukundi Graveyard- Karachi Chaukundi tombs are situated at a distance of 29 km (18 miles) in the east on N-5 National Highway near Landhi Town, Karachi. The Chaukhandi tombs are remarkable for the elaboration and exquisite

Jamia Mosque Khudabad

Khudabad is an old ruined fortified city between Sehwan and Dadu about seven miles south of the letter place. It was for some time the capital of Kalhoras before they finally settled down at Hyderabad. In the midst

Shrine of Sachal Sarmast

Shrine of Sachal Sarmast is located 40 km southwest of Khairpur, Sindh. Sachal was born in Daraza, near Ranipur, Sindh. He spread the message of love for humanity through poetry, during the Talpur era of Sindh.

Archaeological Museum Mohenjo Daro

Well-proportioned white Brahmani Bull rendered in bas-relief engrosses the attention of every onlooker to the magnanimous museum building carried adroitly on a few pillars

Tomb of Mian Noor Muhammad Kalhoro

The tomb of Mian Nur Muhammad Kalhora is situated about 9 kilometers towards the west of Moro town in District Nawabshah. The approach to the tomb which is through a metalled

Buddhist Stupa

Thul Mir Rukan is located about 22-kilo meters to the southwest of Bodhi Railway Station, about 13 K.M. southeasts of Daulatpur in District Nawabshah. The early history of the Thul is shrouded in obscurity with a little legend connected

Qubba Mir Shahdad

It is an extensive graveyard dating back to the first half of the 19th century A.D. in which the main grave is of Mir Shahdad. This grave is of stone carving and in itself worth exhibiting in a museum.

Manchar Lake

Manchar is the largest shallow freshwater Lake in Pakistan. It is situated at a distance of 18 km from Sehwan Sharif on the west side of the River Indus, in district Jamshoro. The area of the lake rise

Shrine of Lal Shahbaz Qalandar

Being the center of one of the great cultural and traditional monuments, Sindh is also blessed with the exalted Shrines of great Saints of olden times. The Shrine of the Saint Qalandar Lal Shahbaz is

Rani Kot Fort

Ranikot is the most famous and largest fort in the world which covers about 26km of Sindh province. Unfortunately, people who visit Pakistan through Pakistan Tours or honeymoon packages in Pakistan usually

Sindh Provincial Museum

The Sindh Provincial Museum was established in 1971. It is situated on National Highway, near Rani Bagh Qasimabad, Hyderabad. The Sindh Provincial Museum is divided into two sections in its present position

Hingorani Mariyoon

Hingoro road Goaro is situated eighteen miles east of Hyderabad Sindh near the village Tando Fazal. The site is not easily approachable. There is a regular bus service from Hyderabad to Makhan Mohri which is twelve miles from Hyderabad.

Graveyard Makli Hill

Makli Necropolis is one of the largest funerary sites in the world, spread over an area of 10 square kilometers near the city of Thatta, in the Pakistani province of Sindh. The site houses approximately

Haleji Lake

Haleji Lake, some 85 KM from Karachi on the National Highway. Lies directly on the International flyway No. 4, a route taken by migratory birds annually. During World War II American & British

Kalan Kot Fort

Located on Makli Hills on the south of the Archaeological campus at a distance of about five miles are the extensive remains of a ruined fort once known as “Kalan Kot” or Tughlaqabad.

Shah Jahan Mosque

The Shah Jahan Mosque, also known as the Jamia Masjid of Thatta, is a 17th-century building that serves as the central mosque for the city of Thatta, in the Pakistani province of Sindh. The mosque was

Banbhore

The Archaeological Site of Bhanbhore is situated 60 kilometers south-east of Karachi on the bank of Gharo Creek in District Thatto of Sindh province of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan. The site of Banbhore

Sadh Belo

Sadh Belo is an island on Indus River very close to the city of Sukkur. There is a Hindu temple on the island which was founded in 1823 by Swami Bakhandi Mahara Judaism; it is one of the main tourist

Bakhar Fort

It is a small island in River Indus located between the towns of Sukkur and Rohri. The island which is irregular in shape is about 2 furlong broad in the North-South directions and 4 furlongs long in the

Mir Masum’s Minar

The most outstanding monuments built at Sukkur during the Mughal period is the high minaret of Mir Masum. In excellence, it may be compared with those in Delhi, Ahmadabad, and Daulatabad.

Umerkot Fort

Umerkot, the fort of Umer as it means was found by Umer, the first king of the Soomro dynasty (1050-1350) A.D. the town has a conspicuous fort which was perhaps built by one of the Soomra rulers.

Archaeological Museum, Umerkot

The Museum situated inside the Umerkot Fort was inaugurated on 24th February 1968. Subsequently the museum was expended and shifted in a new museum building in July, 2006. The new museum building

Naukot Fort

Naukot fort is situated about 1½ mile from the Naukot town, which lies on edge of the desert in District Thar. The fort is said to have been constructed by Mir Karam Ali Khan Talpur in 1814 A.D. it is roughly square in plan measuring 640×600 feet.

Bhodesar Mosque

This mosque with white pillars in Bhodesar is a small marble and limestone structure near the pond embankment is built in 1436 AD.
It was built by Mehmood Shah Bin Zaffar Shah, ruler of Gujrat.

Hawke’s Bay Beach

Hawke’s Bay Or Hawkesbay is a beach situated 20 km southwest of Karachi. It is accessible through Mauripur Road (formerly Hawkes Bay Road) or the Mubarak Goth Road from Karachi. The beach is named after

Pakistan Air Force Museum

PAF Museum, Karachi is an Air Force museum and park situated near Karsaz Flyover on Shahrah-e-Faisal in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan.
A majority of the aircraft, weapons, and radar are displayed outside

Pakistan Maritime Museum

Pakistan Maritime Museum was established to promote awareness about maritime heritage in the general public. Displays of artifacts in the open air, as well as inside the museum building are based on modern concept of presentation

Masjid-e-Tooba

Masjid e Tooba was built in 1969 in Defence Housing Society Karachi, Karachi. It is just off the main Korangi Road. Masjid e Tooba is often claimed to be the largest single-dome mosque in the world.

Karachi Safari Park

Karachi Safari Park, opened in 1970, is a public-funded wildlife park that is more than just incredible fun for people of all age groups. Safari Park covers 148 acres of land and is situated in

Karachi Zoo

The history of Karachi Zoo is based on the administrative report of 1949 of the corporation of the city of Karachi. Accordingly, it was commonly known as Mahatma Gandhi Garden. It was transferred by

Manora Beach

Manora is a small island (2.5 km) located south of the Port of Karachi, Pakistan. The island is connected to the mainland by a 12-kilometer long causeway called the Sandspit. Manora is also a popular picnic

Memon Mosque

The New Memon Mosque is one of the most beautiful mosques in the city. The mosque features three domes and two towers on each side of the religious center. The location was once used as a graveyard

Hadero Lake

Hadero Lake is located in Thatta District about 85 km to the east of Karachi. Hadero is an important brackish water wetland of Sindh, where a variety of waterfowl prefer to pass their time. It is at

French Beach

French Beach Karachi is a natural wavy clean green water beach, located halfway between Hawkes Bay beach and Paradise Point, Sindh, Pakistan. Now summer season has been started and all the local people

Thar Desert

The desert is also identified as the “Great Indian Desert” being the world’s 7th largest desert. In Pakistan, the desert covers the eastern Sindh province and the southeastern portion of the Punjab province.

Clifton Beach

Clifton Beach is Karachi’s busiest beach, although here you’ll want to take a stroll rather than a swim. The beach itself is nothing special, made of mud-grey sand, but it’s fun for people-spotting. Clifton is one of Karachi’s posher

Bagh Ibn-e-Qasim

The Bagh Ibne Qasim is located in Clifton, Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan. Inaugurated by President Pervez Musharraf on February 27, 2007, Pakistan’s biggest park constructed under Clifton Beach Development

Lansdowne Bridge

The Lansdowne Bridge Rohri is a former railway bridge over the Indus River in Sindh, Pakistan. A marvel of 19th-century engineering, the “longest ‘rigid’ girder bridge in the world” at that time, it was

Shah Baharo Tomb

The Mausoleum of Shah Baharo is said to have been erected to his memory by Ghulam Shah Kalhora in 1774 A.D Shah Baharo held a military Command under Nur Mohammad Kalhora and died in 1735 A.D.