Karachi is the largest and most inhabited city of Pakistan. Being former capital, it is the potential trade hub and known to be the backbone of Pakistan’s economic system. Karachi is world’s 7th least expensive urban center in spending comfortable life. It’s also notable as a city of lightening and colors. It is the place of birth of our beloved Quaid-E-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah. Tomb of Quaid-E-Azam is in the heart of Karachi. It’s notable because of international airport and sea-port. The weather of Karachi is moderate. The inhabitants of Karachi are polite and extremely certified. It has parks, seaboards, large restaurants, museum, walkover points, zoo & and a lot of entertaining places.
10) Paradise Point
Paradise Point, narrated as “Heaven on Earth”, a beach sited at Hawkesbay Beach on the Arabian Sea in Karachi, Pakistan. Paradise Point is a foreland with stones, rocks which once had a self-generated curve. The beach has lot of attractiveness for families and visitors, having beach sides horse riding, camel riding, joy land parks, hotels, and swimming in the Arabian Sea. Paradise Point Beach is reachable by Mauripur Road or the Mubarak Goth Road in Karachi. Yearly a lot of visitors travel to this marvelous site not just from Karachi but from all over the world. It gives bored people a fantastic location to flow their whole headaches in flowing water and be cool and tension free.
9) Haleji Lake
Haleji Lake is located in Thatta District, 70 kilometers away from Karachi, Pakistan. It is the Asia’s biggest bird den and is a heaven for bird lovers. Nearly 223 bird species has been listed in environment of Haleji Lake. Absolute region of Lake Haleji is approximately 19 kilometers.
8) Hindu Gymkhana
The Hindu Gymkhana was the foremost common construction in Karachi in following the Mughal-Revival expressive style. The building was established in 1925, located at Sarwar Shaheed Road in Karachi, Pakistan. The Hindu Gymkhana was a clubhouse for the high class Indian citizens, who organized a firm commercial place in Karachi prior to Independence in 1947.Its structure was built from the donation of Hindu community and Seth Ram Gopal Gourdhanandh Mohatta. Gymkhana was the foremost common construction in Karachi. It’s architectural plan and mass was based on the tomb of Itamad-ud-Daulah (1628) in Agra.
7) Bagh Ibn-e-Qasim
Bin Qasim Park known as “Bagh Ibn-e-Qasim” is situated in Clifton Karachi, Pakistan. It is a largest park covering an area of 130 acres. This parkland was first innovated by President Pervez Musharraf in February 27, 2007. It comprises of greenish lawns, marvelous fountains, comfortable wooden benches, toilets and many more. It is a beautiful park with full diverse entertainment package.
6) Mohatta Palace
Mohatta Place Museum, is one of most spectacular attractions in Clifton, Karachi, Pakistan. Its building truly exhibits Karachi’s Majestic civilization and historic view. Shivratan C.M, a hardworking businessman hired a designer Ahmed H. Agha to architect a Rajput expressive style castle. It was accomplished roughly in 1935 and was the final residence of Fatima Jinnah. Nowadays, it has been repaired & regenerated in a Museum that displays numerous exhibitions.
5) Port Grand
Port Grand is other visitors magnet situated along the waterfront of the 19th century Native Jetty Bridge. Port Grand complex is a hub of shopping, dining, social and seaward amateur activities in the city. Port Grand is situated on Napier Mole Bridge which is very important in the history of Karachi and has acted an essential part in creating advanced Karachi. The project stretches 1,000 ft. of Karachi’s ancient nineteenth century Native Jetty Bridge and covers a region of 200,000 square foot. This surface area makes up a perfect place for food and additional activities. Still if you do not prefer to spend some money, this place is valuable for a long walk.
4) Frere Hall
Frere Hall is among the few remainder constructions of British complex era that is still visible in Karachi, Sindh Pakistan. During the British Rule, Frere hall serviced as a Town Hall and was the center of Karachi’s social cultural activities. Frere Hall was constructed in 1865 in the Venetian Gothic architecture style with yellow Karachi limestone with red and grayish sandstones of Jungshahi. Frere hallway holds a library in addition to an art gallery rich in paintings by Pakistan’s iconic artist Sadequain. Frere hall is open for public however on Sundays there’s a book fair in its courts where it’s affordable to buy some ancient books.
3) Clifton Beach
Clifton Beach or Sea view is a “traditional” beach sited on Arabian ocean in Karachi, Pakistan. It’s among the neighborhoods of Clifton, Saddar Town Karachi. Clifton Beach is a place where families and viewers urge to visit very often. There are a lot of eating places aligned in the form of rows. Numerous activities like camel-riding, horse-riding, snake shows etc. are very common there. Clifton Beach is the Karachi’s most inhabited beach round-the-clock. It is worth visiting place to relish a quiet walk.
Masjid-e-Tooba best-known as “Gol Masjid” was established in Phase 2, DHS Karachi in 1969.Masjid-e-Tooba is known to be the biggest single-dome masjid on the surface of Earth. It is also major tourist attraction in Karachi. Masjid-e-Tooba is constructed with clear white marble with single upright Minar 120 feet high and dome of 212 ft. in diameter, well equilibrated on a little bordering wall without any inner pillars. Masjid-e-Tooba is the eighteenth biggest masjid in the world and it can accommodate 5000 people in its inner prayer hall at a time.
Tomb of the Founding Father of Pakistan, Quaid-E-Azam Muhammad Ali Jannah is in the heart of Karachi near Gulshan-E-Iqbal. The graves of Fatima Jinnah (Mother of the Nation),the sis of Quaid-Azam and Liaquat Ali Khan, The First Prime Minister OF Pakistan are in the courtyard on one side where as final resting place of Quaid-e-Azam is in the middle of the Tomb. Quaid-E-Azam passed away in Quetta but a place chosen for tomb was Karachi as He was given birth there and had lived many years of his life. Quad-e-Azam passed away in 1948 but His tomb was built in 1960, twelve years after His death. Mizar-e-Quaid is one of the worth seeing places in Karachi.