The best tourists’ places in Sindh


 

WEB DESK: Our country is beautiful. But how many of us have explored it properly? So the next time you get a long break from work, take a road trip through Sindh and explore these 7 places.

Mubarak VillageMubarak Village- One of the most beautiful beaches located in the outskirts of Karachi.

Bhambore

Bhambore

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Bhambore (also called Banbhore) is situated at the distance of 64 km east of Karachi. It is one of many ancient and historical places in Pakistan as It is said that Muhammad Bin Qasim entered through this city when he conquered Sindh.

Mazar-e-Quaid

quaid

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Mazar-e-Quaid is the tomb of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah who is the founder of Pakistan. The tomb is also the final resting place of Madir-e-Millat (Mother of the Nation), Fatima Jinnah who is the sister of Quaid-Azam. The glowing white marble building is situated in the heart of Karachi.

Lake Manchar

Lake-Manchar

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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.

Keenjhar Lake

Keenjhar-Lake

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Keenjhar Lake also known as Kalri Lake is one of the most spectacular and largest man made lake in Pakistan and  the second largest fresh water lake in Pakistan providing the drinking water for the Karachi and Hyderabad city. It is located in Thatta District at a distance of 22 km from the Thatta town, 122 km from Karachi city and 80 km from Hyderabad city.
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Mohenjo-Daro

Mohenjo-Daro

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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.

Haleji Lake

Haleji-Lake

Source: Encyclopk.com

Haleji Lake is situated 70 kilometers (43 miles) from Karachi in District Thatta of Sindh, Pakistan. Being Asia’s largest bird sanctuary the lake is a paradise for bird lovers.

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