Top Ten Beautiful Places to visit in Karachi

Karachi is a very important city & the Backbone of the Pakistan’s Economy. It is no doubt about that it is the city of lightening & color. There remains rush in the market & in the evening Karachi presents a beautiful eye catching view for the people. There are beautiful places for tourists to visit in Karachi. Here is the list of top ten places which are most attractive & beautiful to watch.

1-Mazar-e-Quaid

Mazar-e-Quaid is one of the beautiful places & the land mark of Pakistan. It is the tomb of the founder of Pakistan Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah & situated at the center of the city. This mazar or tomb was completed in 1960s. The grave of Mohtarma Fatima Jinnah who is the sister of Quaid-e-azam is also nearby of the tomb.

Quaid-e-Azam mazar

2-Masjid -e-Tooba

Masjid-e-Tooba is another beautiful & attractive place for the visitors. It is also called the Gol Masjid because it is dome shaped & probably considered as the largest dome shaped mosque in the World. The diameter of the dome is about 236 feet. It is located in Defence society near korangi town.

Masjid e Tooba karachi

3-Clifton Beach

The Clifton Beach is a lovely place for the tourists. It is located in the Arabian Sea & provides amazing scenes which are unforgettable for any person who visit this beach. There are lot of entertainments for the tourists like horse riding, camel riding & Restaurants. Overall it is an amazing picnic place in the city of Karachi.

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4-Bhambore

Bhambore is lovely place & situated about 64 kilometers from Karachi. This is a good place to rest & entertain himself. Muhammad Bin Qasim defeated Raja Dahir in 712 AD & captured the whole area of Bhambore. The visitors can enjoy from this place due to the unique look of the Bhambore. Here is a small museum & an old mosque which attracts the tourist.

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5-Mohatta Palace

Mohatta Palace is a beautiful place to watch. It was constructed by a Hindu Business Shivratan Chandraratan Mohatta who used to visit this palace during summer season. In this palace there is a beautiful temple for the Hindus. Now it is also used as a museum which provides information about the culture & the early history of Sindh.

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6-Haleji Lake

Haleji Lake is an amazing & attractive place to watch & about 52 miles from Karachi. It is indeed a paradise for the bird lovers because thousands of birds migrate from Siberia in winter. That’s why near about 222 species of birds like ducks, pigeons, teals, waders & strokes can be found here.

lake in karachi

7-Frere Hall

Frere Hall is an old building which was constructed during the British rules in 1865. It is one of the lovely places in Pakistan to visit. Actually the Frere hall was built to pay the tribute of the British person sir Henry Bartle Edward Frere due to the utmost work in the Economic development of Karachi.

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8-Hindu Gymkhana

Hindu Gymkhana is a historic & the beautiful place for the tourists to visit. It is the beautiful mixture of the Mughal & the Hindu Style. The Hindu Gymkhana was constructed in 1925. Now the Gymkhana is used as a national academy of performing art. This academy was established to preserve & teach the performing art & music.

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9-Paradise Point

Another beauty & Attraction is the Paradise point which is actually a beach in Arabian sea & it is a sandstone rock. It is not good for swimming due to its location but tourists can enjoy on the side of the beach like horse riding & camel riding etc. Its no doubt about that it is really a paradise for the Tourists in Karachi.

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10-Bagh Ibn-e-Qasim

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Bagh Ibn-e-Qasim is a lovely & the most amazing place ever in Pakistan. It is the largest park of the Pakistan which covers the area of about 130 acres. The main feature of this glorious park is the accommodation. Near about 300,000 people at a time can comes & enjoy the real flavor of the beauty.

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