Multan, Pakistan Travel Guide

Visit Multan- City of Saints

More commonly known as the city of Saints, Multan is a city located on the banks of the Chenab River near South Punjab. Geographically, Multan is the center of Pakistan and has within itself six independent towns called Shujabad, Shah Rukan e Alam, Jalalpur, Sher Shah, Mumtazabad and Bosan. For the travelers interested in exploring religious sites, Multan is the place to be.

The cause for Multan to be named the city of Saints has to do with the many shrines and sufi saints that came from the city. Connected properly by air and rail, Multan is a commercial hub that is home to several industries such as flour mills, glass manufacturing and cotton production.

Things to do in Multan

Multan is an optimal destination for tourists as the city has a lot to offer. Starting from the ruins of the Multan fort to the various parks and historical gates, the city has a lot to offer to tourists. When in Multan, you can visit places such as the Shrine of Khwaja Awais Kagha, Shrine of Shah Ali Akbar and the the shrine of Mai Maharban which dates back 900 years.

The GhantaGhar, one of the old landmarks of the old city is an attraction in Multan that you just cannot miss. Other places that you must visit are the Jinnah Park, Chaman Zar Askari lake Park, Hussain Agahi Bazar and Cantonment Park.

Public Transportation and Airport

Access to Multan is easy via rail, airport and by road. The city receives direct flights from Islamabad, Karachi, Lahore and International flight to Dubai from the Multan International Airport. The city also has other modes of transportation such as buses, rickshaws and taxis.

Accommodation in Multan

Multan offers a lot of good accommodation spots with state of the art facilities for their guests. Some amazing hotels in Multan are Hotel Fiesta Inn and Hotel One Multan.