Chiniot is situated on the bank of the Chenab River and is famous for beautifully curving wooden furniture and wonderful architecture of havelis and mosques. It is located at the distance of 158 km from Lahore and accessed through Lahore-Islamabad Motorway M-2, turn left from Pindi Bhattian interchange on Lahore Road.
Faisalabd, a major industrial center and 3rd most populated city in Pakistan, is located in the northeast alluvial plain of Punjab at the center of the lower Rachna Doab, at the distance of 184km from Lahore through Islamabad-Lahore Motorway M-2 turn left from Pindi Bhattian, 143 km through Faisalabad Road.
Gujranwala is the third-largest industrial city of Pakistan at a distance of 96km from Lahore on G. T. Road. It is also known as the city of wrestlers as well as the city of food lovers. It is also known as the Golden Triangle of industrial cities, as it plays a major role in the exports of Pakistan. Fan industry is one of the major exporters.
Gujrat is an industrial city located between the Jhelum and Chenab rivers, at a distance of 140 km from Lahore on G. T. Road. It is known as the Golden Triangle of industrial cities, as it plays a major role in the exports of Pakistan. It is famous for a number of steel industries including fan industry, which has a large portion of the export.
Karachi, the capital of Sindh, the most populous city of Pakistan and has the largest area in Pakistan, is located on the shore of the Arabian Sea and on the western edge of the Indus River. It is the main business and financial hub of Pakistan having the head offices of all major industries and major banks in Pakistan.
Sargodha is located at the distance of 172 km in the northwest of Lahore on the left side on the Islamabad-Lahore Motorway M-2 after Pindi Bhattian, on N60 Lahore-Sargodha Road. It is an important air base of PAF and also famous for high quality juicy oranges.
Sheikhupura, also called The Rice Valley, is an industrial city at the distance of 40km from Lahore on the northwest side in Punjab on the old G. T. Road. Its old name was Jahangirpura developed by Mughal Emperor Jahangir in 1607, as it was a major area to stay at the time of the Mughal Empire while visiting the military headquarters in Lahore Fort.
Sialkot is situated in the northeast of the Punjab province in Pakistan at the feet of the snow-covered peaks of Kashmir near the Chenab River. Formerly, Sialkot has been the winter capital of the State of Kashmir. The city is about 125km north-west of Lahore and only a few kilometers from Jammu in India.