Best Places to Visit in Karachi 2020

Karachi is the biggest city of Pakistan and famous as the city of lights. Due to the presence of many ports, it becomes the hero of Pakistan’s economy. This big city has many attractions from which we discuss here some of the best. People of Karachi spend a lot of busy life that’s why on the weekend they also seek for outing places for relaxation. It is the city of many famous personalities. It is the home city of many actor actresses and other social media personalities. It is also the homeland of Quid e Azam the Founder of Pakistan. Its specialty from other cities is it has its own beaches because only this city of Pakistan has the seaside. If you are planning to visit this City we are sharing with you the places you should never forget to visit.

Mohatta Palace

It is a museum built by a Hindu Prince in 1925 in Karachi Sindh, Pakistan. This beautiful historic building belonged to the Maheshwari community of India. It covers an area of 18,500 square feet with nine beautiful domes with one in the center. In 1995 the Pakistani Government purchased and convert it to the art museum. Here is also a small collection of “English” statues present over there. Many exhibitions also held there. It is open for visitors from Tuesday to Sunday from 11.00 am to 6.00 pm with Friday break of prayer from 1.00 pm – 3.00 pm while Monday is off.

Quaid-e-Azam House Museum

It was a Quid e Azam House later it was converted into the Flagstaff House Museum of Jinnah in 1985. Quid e Azam lived here from 1944 until his death in 1948, then his sister Fatima Jinnah lived here until 1964. Now it is famous as the Quaid-e-Azam House Museum. You can see here their unique lifestyle decorations, rooms, perusing room, lounge areas, and belonging. You must visit here to see the lifestyle of the founder of our beloved country Pakistan. It is also the best place for students on the school tour.

National Museum of Pakistan

It is present in Karachi, Pakistan’s basic purpose of making it collect, promote and study the records of the cultural history of Pakistan. It was established on 17 April 1950 by replacing Victoria’s museum. Its collection includes Mohenjodaro site things and personal things of Quid e Azam, Allama Iqbal, and Liaqat Ali khan these include their pens, cuffs, and swords. It also has a big auditorium having 250 seats in it. Many exhibitions made theirs on National Days and other national occasions of the year.

Charna Island

It is a little island present at the distance of 6 to 7 kilometers from Karachi near Mubarak Goth, Kiamari Town. This region of around 1.5 km sq. about 1.2 km long and 0.5 km wide. People come to visit here especially in winter for adventure activities like Fishing, Swimming, Cliff Diving, Scuba Diving, and Spearfishing and Underwater photography. This Island is also used by Pakistan Navy for shooting purposes. Wonderful types of Lobsters, crabs, and fishes present on this small island.

Dolmen Mall Clifton

Dolmen Mall is the first International standard mall in Pakistan. It incorporates the best in food, fashion, and leisure. You can find here exclusive access to Pakistan’s most famous and some of the world’s most popular brands including Mango, Next, Nike, Mother care and Timberland. It has about 130 0utlets and can accommodate over 1200 customers at once. You must have to visit this beautiful Mall.

Port Grand

It is a recreational area built in Karachi with waterfront close to the Karachi Port. It spreads over an area of 200,000 square feet. It’s Food and drink and Entertainment Complex is opened for public on 28 May 2011. It offers many entertainments including Shopping, dining, cultural and coastal recreational activities. Surrey rides give to appreciate the view of the whole way in a superb style. You must visit this site while planning to visit Karachi it gives natural views of the sea as well as other entertainments.

Clifton Beach

It is also known by the Sea view of Karachi it is part of the Arabian Sea. It was assumed as the top silver sand beach in the world in the 20th century. It was polluted in 2003 by an oil spill. It is well known from all of the beaches of Karachi. People of Karachi come here for a picnic and in the weekend evening. You must come here to see a lot of gathering especially in the evening. You feel not alone at all here if you are in a sad mood. Sea view always gives you relaxation.

Karachi Zoo

Karachi zoo or zoological garden present in Karachi with hundreds of animals gathered there from different regions of the world. It is the largest zoo of the country Pakistan. It was established in 1978 and occupies an area of 33 acres. Karachi Municipal Aquarium also constructed in it having 300 fishes of 30 different species. Every year many animals added into the zoo. The environment is very neat and clean in the zoo. The canteen also presents in it just like a small restaurant.

Frere Hall

Frere Hall was established in 1865 at the time of British colonial-era in Sindh. It is one of Karachi’s most iconic buildings that serve as an exhibition, event space and library. It is open for the public and one of the most important tourist places. Hall is surrounded by two beautiful big lawns named as “Jinnah Gardens” previously named as “Queen’s Lawn” and “King’s Lawn” before independence. This beautiful historic building shows the British style. Must have to visit this place while visiting Karachi.


It is also known as Jinnah Mausoleum or the National Mausoleum the final resting place of the founder of Pakistan Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah. Its construction was completed in 1970 designed and architect by Yahya Merchant by white marble with curved Moorish arches. People of Pakistan come here for Dua. It is one of the best tourist Places for Pakistani people. About 10,000 people come to visit here daily. Official and military ceremonies take place here on national days of Pakistan.


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