Available rooms from Tue, 31-Jan-2023 to Wed, 01-Feb-2023.
Available rooms from Tue, 31-Jan-2023 to Wed, 01-Feb-2023.
The reserve hotel is located in Karachi. This property has a restaurant, a front desk that is open 24 hours a day, and room service. There is also free WiFi all over the property. Guests can use the property's shared lounge and concierge service. The hotel serves either an American or a la carte breakfast. On-site parking is free and open to the public (reservation is not needed). This property doesn't offer extra beds. Pets are not allowed. This property offers business facilities like fax, photocopying, Meeting, and banquet facilities.
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|Famous Landmarks||Distance fro Landmarks|
|Lucky One Mall||22.4 km|
|Dolmen Mall Clifton||6.9 km|
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The mausoleum is located in a prominent and highly visible location in the Jamshed Quarters locality of central Karachi, Pakistan.
The founder of Pakistan, Quaid e Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah, is also buried in Karachi. Mazar-e-Quaid, commonly known as the Jinnah Mausoleum, is one of Karachi's most frequented locations. The mausoleum's construction and design began in 1960 and were finished in 1971. Being an emblematic symbol of Karachi, the mausoleum is one of Pakistan's most popular tourist destinations. In addition to Jinnah's sister, Mader-e Millat ("Mother of the Nation") Fatima Jinnah, the monument contains the tombs of Sardar Abdur Rab Nishtar, Nurul Amin, and Liaquat Ali Khan. The mausoleum is accessible to the public. Visit the Mazar to pay honor to Pakistan's heroes.
Located adjacent to the PAF Base Faisal on the main Shahrah-e-Faisal, PAF Museum was inaugurated on 14th August 1997.
The other worthwhile museum is the Pakistan Air Force Museum, which you must visit if you have young children. It is beautiful and vast, well-kept, and equipped with all amenities. Before accessing the museum, one must take a long walk with the children through green foliage. There are so many aircraft models on display, and so much information on Pakistan's aviation is available. You may even prepare a little picnic at home if you dislike purchasing meals outdoors. Since there is always a breeze, the ideal time to visit is at night. The primary reason for recommending the PAF museum as a must-see attraction in Karachi is that it is highly interactive, and youngsters may enjoy touching buttons and adjusting levers on some of the model aircraft.
Clifton Beach in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan, is located in the Arabian Sea. It stretches from Karachi to Ormara (Balochistan).
Clifton beach might be the best place for you if you want to see the real beauty of the coast without spending thousands of rupees. Clifton Beach, also known as the Sea View, is a popular place for well-known restaurants and recreational activities. You should visit Clifton beach if you wish to watch the sunset or examine the seashells on the beach, followed by a pleasant sea wind. It spans from Karachi, Pakistan, to Ormara, Balochistan, along the Arabian Sea. In addition to its natural beauty, the beach offers an abundance of leisure activities, such as scuba diving, buggy rides, camel rides, cliff diving, buggy rides, horse rides, and flying plastic planes, among others.
Port Grand is located on Napier Mole Bridge, a site that is very significant to the history of Karachi.
Port Grand is renowned as Karachi's entertainment center. Port Grand provides you with a variety of dining options, ranging from casual cafes to fine dining establishments and theaters. It boasts a kilometer-long bridge that has been converted into other stalls and food streets. This establishment offers both non-desi and desi food. Meals range from 3 to 4 dollars (300 to 600 rupees) for a complete meal. If you want to eat some of Karachi's best food while enjoying a beautiful view, go to Port Grand with your friends and family. Aside from the food, the place is stunningly beautiful, which is why it is known as one of the most beautiful places in Karachi to visit.
Manora is a small peninsula that forms a protective barrier between Karachi Harbour to the north and the Arabian Sea to the south.
Manora or Manoro is a small peninsula that forms a protective barrier between Karachi Harbour to the north and the Arabian Sea to the south. Manora was formerly an island, but due to silting is now connected to the mainland by a 12 kilometer long natural sandbridge known as Sandspit. The entrance to Karachi was once guarded against pirate raids by the Manora Fort built in the 1790s, which was later upgraded by the British, and then the Pakistan Navy.
Hawke's Bay or Hawkesbay is a beach in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan, located 20 km southwest of Karachi city. The beach is very popular for vacations.
Hawke's Bay or Hawkesbay is a beach in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan, located 20 km southwest of Karachi city. The beach is named after Bladen Wilmer Hawke, who owned a house on the beach during the 1930s. The beach is very popular, with hundreds of people visiting daily for swimming, camel and horse riding, and vacations.
Sukkur Barrage is a barrage on the River Indus near the city of Sukkur in the Sindh province of Pakistan.
Sukkur Barrage is a barrage on the River Indus near the city of Sukkur in the Sindh province of Pakistan. The barrage was built during the British Raj from 1923 to 1932 and was named Lloyd Barrage. The Sukkur Barrage, is the pride of Pakistan's irrigation system as it is the largest single irrigation network of its kind in the world. It irrigates from Sukkur district in the north, to Mirpurkhas/Tharparkar and Hyderabad districts in the south of Sindh, almost all parts of the province. It is situated about 500 kilometres (300 miles) northeast of Karachi, 5 kilometres (3 miles) below the railway bridge, or the Sukkur Gorge.
The Mohatta Palace is a museum located in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan.
The Mohatta Palace is a magnificent structure situated in the center of Karachi. The mansion was designed by Agha Ahmed Hussain and constructed in 1927 in the upscale beachside community of Clifton. It was formerly the vacation home of a prominent Hindu merchant, Shivratan Mohatta. Doctors suggested him to take his ill wife near the ocean, so he built the castle for her. The palace was constructed in the style of the stone palaces of Rajasthan using pink Jodhpur stone and yellow stone from neighboring Gizri. The building's magnificent architecture is a really astounding sight.
Frere Hall is located between Abdullah Road and Fatima Jinnah Road.
Frere Hall is without a doubt one of the top Karachi attractions. Frere Hall is a structure in Karachi, Pakistan that goes back to the early British colonial period in Sindh. The structure was completed in 1895 and once served as the city hall. Since its partition, it has been utilized as a gallery and library. Frere Hall is accessible to the public, but on Sundays, its courts host a book fair where several retailers and peddlers offer inexpensive books. If you are an avid reader, you should visit this place. This location offers easy access to literary gems.
This is an odd name for this place as there are no rivers here and there is just one SEA (the Arabian Sea) in two sides of this place.
This is an odd name (DO DARYA = Two Rivers) for this place as there are no rivers here and there is just one SEA (the Arabian Sea) in two sides of this place. So 'Do Darya' means 'Two Seas' in Persian, because there is sea on two sides of this location”. Do Darya is a very famous and lovable spot of not only Karchiites but whole Pakistan even when this phase was not this much established. People visit this lush place for a number of reasons like some visit here to enjoy cool breeze under moonlight and seashore while some come to dip in the dripping beauty of water.