Multan (Punjab)

Multan, the premier center of southern Punjab, is located on the banks of the Chenab River at the distance of 350 km from Lahore on National Highway N-5. Multan is the fifth largest populous city of Pakistan.

Multan is one of the hottest places in summer in Pakistan, but it has a pleasant weather in winter.

Multan is also known as the City of Saints as there are a number of shrines of different well-knowns Sufis in Multan. The most popular of those are shrines of Bahauddin Zikarya, Shah Ruke Alam, Pir Adil Shah, Shams Tabriz, and Khawaja Awais Kagha.

Multan is famous for its sweet dish, Sonh Halwa. There are number of shops selling Sonh Halwa at the various locations in Multan. Visitors in Multan always prefer to purchase Sonh Halwa as gift of Multan.

Multan Map

Tour places in Multan

Clock Tower Multan

Ghanta Ghar or Clock Tower of Multan is located at the distance of 5 km from Multan Railway Station, on Abdali Road, It was constructed in 1884 during British Raj. It has three clocks on top of its building on three side.

It is accessible through Daewoo Express Terminal Multan via Saheed Younis Road.

Tourism in Clock Tower Multan

CSD Park

CSD Park is a beautiful park for a one-day picnic and located at Sarwar Road at the distance of 4 km from Multan Railway Station via Sher Shah Road and turns right for the park after Multan Cantonment. It is the famous park in town where tourists can spend their time for a day. CSD Park is full of beautiful plants with colorful flowers and shady trees.

Tourism in CSD Park

Multan Fort

Multan Fort, also known as Fort Kohna, was built for the defense purpose between 800 and 1000 B.C. by the Katoch Dynasty in Multan on Qilla Kohna Qasim Bagh Road, near the Shrine of Shah Rukn-e-Alam at the distance of 3 km from Multan Railway Station.

Tourism in Multan Fort

Shrine of Bahauddin Zakariya

Bahauddin Zakariya, 13th century saint, is one the most popular sufi saint in Punjab region. He is considered as a founder of the Suhrawardiyya order of Sufism. His shrine is located at the distance of 5 km from Multan Railway Station via Shaheed Younis Road, near Fort Kohna. His tomb was build during his life and all of the expense were also paid by him. It is beautifully constructed in two-tier architecture in square shape. Same design is also followed in construction of other tombs in Southern Punjab.

Tourism in Shrine of Bahauddin Zakariya

Tomb of shah rukn-e-alam

The Mazar of Rukn-i-Alam is located at the distance of 5 km from Multan Railway Station via Faizee Road, near Fort Kohna. It is beautifully constructed and represents the true glory of Multan. One can see its huge dome from a distance coming from any direction.

Tourism in Tomb of shah rukn-e-alam

Tomb of Shah Shams Tabraiz

The tomb of Shah Shams Tabraiz or sharine of Shah Shams Tabrez is located at the distance of 7 km from Multan Railway Station on Baba Safra Road via Shaheed Younis Road. He was a great Muslim saint who is spiritual instructor of Mawlana Jalal Al Din Muhammad Balkhi, also known as Mawlana Rumi. He came from Persia, so this tomb was considered as holy location by Shia sect. It is considered as World cultural heritage center by UNESCO.

Tourism in Tomb of Shah Shams Tabraiz

Yadger-e-Shaheedan

Yadger-e-Shaheedan is another well-organized and beautiful park and located at Sarwar Road at the distance of 4 km from Multan Railway Station via Sher Shah Road and turns right for the park after Multan Cantonment. It is very clean and full of natural beauty and a favorite place for kids as well as young.

Tourism in Yadger-e-Shaheedan

Multan Photo Gallery

MNS University of Agriculture

MNS University of Agriculture Multan is situated on Old Shujabad Road at the distance of 15km from Multan Railway Station. University offers number of degree programs in various specialization related to agriculture.

Shahi Eid Ghah Mosque

Shahi Eid Ghah Mosque is located on Khanewal Road in Multan at the distance of 7km from Multan Railway station. It was built in 1735 in the reign of Mughal Emperor Muhammad Shah Tomb by the Governor of Multan, Nawab Abdul Samad Khan. The mosque was severely damagaed during the rule of Sikh and British.The mosque was severely damagaed during the rule of Sikh and British.

Tomb of Ghaus Pak Noorani

Tomb of Ghaus Pak Noorani is located near Tomb of Rukn-e-Alam on Qila Kohna Qasim Bagh at the distance of 5km from Multan Railway Station.

Tomb of Ahmed Saeed Kazmi

Tomb of Ahmed Saeed Kazmi is located on Khanewal Road near Shahi Eid Ghah mosque Multan at the distance of 8km from Multan Railway Station. He was an Islamic scholar and also had taken part in Pakistan movement. He had written number of books related to Quranic Tafseer and explanation of Hadees.