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List of tour places in Punjab


  • Asif Khan Tomb

    Mirza Abul Hassan, known as Asif Khan, was brother of Noor Jahan and he was commander in-chief and later Governor of Lahore. He was died in 1641 and Emperer Shah Jahan constructed a Tomb for him near the Tomb of Jahangir.

  • Baddomalhi

    Baddomalhi is a small town situated at the right bank of the River Ravi at the distance of 72 km from Lahore on Narowal-Lahore Road. It is named after Muhammad Jahi Badhomalhi, who was granted a Jagir by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan, and present Baddomalhi is the center of that Jagir.

  • Badshahi Mosque

    Badshahi Mosque was constructed by Mughal Emperor, Muhammad Aurangzeb Alamgir, in April 1673 in front of Alamgiri Gate of Lahore Fort. Its work was supervised by Muzaffar Hussain, also known as Fadai Khan Koha, brother of Aurangzeb. It is the third-largest mosque in Pakistan and has a capacity of 60,000 people at a time.

  • Baghwali Mosque

  • Bahawalpur museum

    Bahawalpur Museum is located at the distance of 5 km on Medical Colony Ave Road via Railway Circular Road. It has a wonderful collection of coins, postage stamps of the former State of Bahawalpur, medals, manuscripts, documents, inscriptions, camel skin paintings, wood carvings, historical models and stone carvings, etc. of the Islamic and pre-Islamic period. There is a complete set of medals issued by State for military officers as well as for civilians.

  • Bhurban

    Bhurban is located at the distance of 9 km from Murree City at Kashmir Road and a very attractive hill station, at an elevation of 6,000 feet in Murree, Punjab

  • Botanical Park

    Botanical is new modern style park near Jallo Forest Park. It has a collection of different kind of beautiful and colorful flowers and different kind of plants. There are many other attractions in the parks such as butterflies house, fish house, tree top walkway, tree house, etc. It is located opposite of Jallo Forest Park at the distance of 18 km from Lahore Railway Station.

  • BRB Canal

    BRB, Bambawali Ravi Bedian Canal, is started from Wazirabad Nandipur Canal and finally ends in the River Satluj for the purpose to irrigate the surrounding agricultural land. It also serves as a defense line for Pakistan against India. The famous Lahore Canal in Lahore is generated from it from Jallo.

  • Bus Stand Kasur

  • Centaurus Mall Islamabad

    There are number of high rising building in Islamabad, one of them is the Centaurus which is beautifully designed by the British firm. It has three skyscrapers, containing 36 floors, with hotels, shopping mall, and residential floors.

  • Central Library

    Central Library of Bahawalpur is an old and important library of Pakistan in Bahawalpur, situated at the distance of 5 km on Medical Colony Ave Road via Railway Circular Road before Bahawalpur Museum. There is a huge collection of books around 1,05,000 in number. It is the second biggest public library in Punjab.

  • Chenab club

    The Chenab Club is the social club in Faisalabad. It is located at the distance of 2km from Faisalabad Railway Station via Mall Road and turns right on Club Road. It provides a variety of activities to all of its members and visitors. The sports facilities include swimming, tennis, kids play area, badminton, and basketball, and there is also a restaurant offering all kinds of food. Club also has a medium-size library with some rare books.

  • Chichawatni

    Chichawatni is situated on the old G. T. Road in the Sahiwal District in Punjab, Pakistan, at the distance of 218 km from Lahore.

  • Chinar Family Resort Bhurban

    Chinar Family Resort is a beautiful resthouse in Bhurban Murree with different facilities such as restaurant, meeting rooms, indoor and outdoor games, etc.

  • Clock Tower Faisalabad

    Clock Tower or Ganta Ghar is an old historical building of Faisabad, was constructed in British Raj. Building is located in the center of eight markets in different direction like flag of England. It is located at the distance of 2 km from Faisalabad Railway Station via Railway Road, turn left after General Post office building.

  • 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.

  • Clock Tower Sheikhupura

    Clock Tower Sheikhupura is beautiful clock tower in square form constructed with red bricks. It is situated at Saddar Chowk on Lahore-Sargodha Road.

  • Clock Tower Sialkot

  • 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.

  • Dai Anga Tomb

    Dai Anga Tomb is situated in Lahore near Begumpura on G. T. Road in Gulabi Bagh. She is the nurse of Shahjahan, the Mughal Emperor and she was died in 1671.

  • Daman-e-Koh

    Daman-e-Koh is another beautiful location in the Margalla Hills, Islamabad to visit. On the top of Daman-e-Koh, the broader view of the whole Islamabad is an amazing and memorable event of one\'s life. Pirsohawa is another attraction next to Daman-e-Koh for tourists. It looks most glamorous and wonderful in the evening and gives a shining and glooming view of Islamabad city.

  • Dames Lake

    Dames or Damas Lake is located at the distance of 85km from Dera Ghazi Khan city on Younis Khosa Road in Fort Monroe in Koh-e-Sulaiman Range. It is also known as Fort Munro Lake. It is a beautiful lake surrounded by lush green terrains. It is a favorite visiting spot in summer due to its cool and pleasant atmosphere.

  • Darbar mahal

    The Darbar Mahal is a historic fort located in Bahawalpur, Pakistan at a distance of 6km from Bahawalpur Railway Station through Railway Road and turn right for Girls School Road. It is masterpiece construction in red bricks and has an excellent view just like the ancient Mughalai Forts, but it is not a fort, it was a palace used by one of the wives of Nawab, its interior construction is very attractive just representing the royal touch of princely State of Bahawalpur.

  • Delhi Gate

    The Delhi Gate was built during the Mughal Empire and is one of the six remaining gates of thirteen gates of Walled City Lahore. In Mughal era, it was the main entry point to lahore from Delhi.

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