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It is all about Multan city of Pakistan which is said to be 5000 B.C. historic oldest living city and sister city of Rome. Rig Veda was written here, Alexander the great captured it, famous Chinese traveler Hieun Tsang visited here. Previously it was called “City of Gold” now called “City of Saints”. I have given all information regarding tourism to help tourists and pilgrims.

 Ghanta Ghar (Multan)

 Ghanta Ghar or Clock Tower of Multan was built in 1884 A.D. du
ring British Raj in South Asia. After passing municipal act 1883 British needed offices to run the city. They started constructing Ghanta Ghar in Multan on 12 February 1884 and it took 4 years to completely build this building. It was constructed over the ruins of Haveli of Ahmad Khan Sadozai which was completely destroyed during Siege of Multan. The hall and building was named ‘Ripon Hall and Ripon Building’ after the name of Ripon, viceroy of India at that time. And clock tower was named Northbrook Tower after the name of Northbrook, a former viceroy of India (1872-1876).
This building was completed, opened and offices shifted in 1888.
Hall was named ‘Jinnah Hall’ after the independence of Pakistan in 1947 and it used for office meetings, cultural programs and public was also allowed to enter here. With passage of time this building became insufficient for offices and small hall was also insufficient for meetings, so offices were shifted from here. Now idea is to change this historic building into a museum.

Multan Fort

The Multan Fort, a military installation, was a landmark of Indian defence and architecture.According to some estimates the original fort was built between 800 to 1000 Bc. It was built near the city of Multan, in Punjab province, on a hillock separated from the city by the Ravi River. The fort was destroyed by British forces during the British occupation of India.

The fort was notable both for its effectiveness as a defence installation and for its architecture. Contemporary reports put the walls of the fort at 40 to 70 feet (21 m) high and 6,800 feet (2 km) in circumference. The fort’s 46 bastions included two flanking towers at each of the four gates (the De, Sikki, Hareri and Khizri Gates). A ditch 25 feet (7.6 m) deep and 40 feet (12 m) wide and an 18-foot (5.5 m) glacis protected the fort from intruders.

Within the fort stood a citadel flanked by 30 towers, enclosing mosques, a Hindu temple and a Khan’s palace. The citadel was severely damaged by the battering it got from the guns of Maharaja Ranjit Singh in 1818.

Birthplace Monument for Ahmad Shah Abdali in Multan

It is a monument for Afghan Emperor Ahmad Shah Abdali who was born in Multan. Located on Abdali Road in front of MIC and Abdali Masjid.

 Major attractions


Ghanta Ghar Clock Tower Multan

 Tomb of Shah Rukn-e-Alam Multan
  • Mausoleum of Hazrat Baha-ud-Din Zakariya
  • Mausoleum of Shah Rukn-e-Alam beautiful and historic building
  • Mausoleum of Shah Shams Sabzwari
  • Mausoleum of Syed Musa Pak
  • Mausoleum of Shah Gardez
  • Mausoleum of Mai Maharban (Near Chowk Fawara Multan) is 1000 years old
  • Eidgah Mosque
  • Old City Multan also called Walled City Multan
  • Khooni Burj or Bloody Bastion on Multan City Wall Faseel Multan
  • Haram Gate and other gates of Multan
  • The City Hall, Multan Municipal Corporation or Clock Tower Multan
  • Haram Gate existing old gate of Walled City Multan
  • Multan Arts Council building and events
  • Multan Fort
  • Art Gallery on Damdama of Fort Kohna Multan
  • Ibne Qasim Cricket Stadium
  • Ruins of Parhaland Temple in Fort Kohna Multan
  • Delhi Gate, Multan
  • Services Club or Multan Garrison Mess MGM 1880 AD in Multan Cantt
  • Ruins of Suraj Kund Temple
  • Ahmad Shah Abdali’s Birthplace Monument
  • International Cricket Stadium Multan


  • Birthplace of Ahmad Shah Abdali Monument
  • Muhammad Bin Qasim Monument
  • Monument of Van Agnew Pattrick Alaxander
  • Yadgar-i-Shuhada Monument

Old Gates

  • Daulat Gate
  • Delhi Gate Multan
  • Pak Gate Multan
  • Haram Gate
  • Bohar Gate
  • Lohari Gate Multan


 Nishtar Hospital Multan
  • Nishtar Hospital Multan (Government hospital)
  • Multan Institute of Cardiology (MIC) (Government hospital)
  • Civil Hospital Multan (Government hospital)
  • Children Complex Multan (Government hospital)
  • Nishtar Institute of Dentistry Jail Road
  • Burn Unit and Trauma Centre (Government hospital)
  • Fatima Jinnah Hospital Ghanta Ghar (Government hospital)
  • Combined Military Hospital Multan CMH (Government hospital)
  • Civil Hospital
  • Azeem Hospital Tariq Road
  • Al-Aleem Hospital Dehli Gate Multan
  • Medicare hospital
  • City hospital
  • Haleema medical complex
  • Bakhtavar amin hospital
  • Razia iqbal hospital

Colonial Buildings

 There are various old heritage building still remaining in the old city of Multan
  • Ghanta Ghar Multan or Clock Tower Multan
  • Memorial Obelisk of Patrick Alexander Vans Agnew in Qasim Bagh commemorating the death of Lt Vans Agnew in 1847 at the hand of the Sikhs
  • Civil Hospital Multan
  • District Government Buildings

Historical Forts

  • Multan Fort or Qilla Kohna, originally called Katochgarh


 Mausoleums of Multan
 Tomb of Shah Yousuf Gardezi Multan

 Shrine of Hazrat Baha-ud-din    Zakariya
 Tomb of Mai Maharban
  • Mausoleum of Hazrat Baha-ud-Din Zakariya
  • Mausoleum of Shah Rukn-e-Alam
  • Mausoleum of Shah Shams Sabzwari
  • Mausoleum of Shah Gardez
  • Mausoleum of Syed Musa Pak Shaheed
  • Mausoleum of Mai Maharban (Near Chowk Fawara Multan)
  • Mausoleum of Bibi Pak Daman (Near Basti Daira)
  • Mausoleum of Hazrat Hafiz Muhammad Jamal Multani (Near Aam Khas Bagh)
  • Mausoleum of Hazrat Sher Shah Syed (Multan-Mazzaffargarh Road)
  • Mausoleum of Hazrat Hamid Saeed Kazmi
  • Mausoleum of Hazrat Hamid Ali Khan
  • Mausoleum of Hazrat Chadar Wali Sarkar
  • Mausoleum of Hazrat Baba BagaSher
  • Shrine of Shahadna Shahaid (Near Delhi Gate) (a disciple of Bahaul Haq
  • Totla Mai (Near Haram Gate)
  • Mausoleum of Hazrat Baba Piran Ghaib (Near Samijabad No1)
  • Mausoleum of Shah Ali Akbar Suraj Miani
  • Mausoleum of Mother of Shah Ali Akbar Suraj Miani
  • Baba Safra (Near Eidgah)
  • Mausoleum of Hazrat Sultan Peer Katal Jalalapur Pirwala, Multan
  • Mausoleum of Hazrat Sheikh Ismail Mouza umerpur Jalalpur Pirwala, Multan
  • Mausoleum of Baba cyclon waley Baba Safra (Near Eidgah)
  • Mausoleum of Pir sain Raksha Shareef
  • Nuagaza tombs
  • Manka
  • Dargah Khawaja Ghullam Rabbani


  • Multan Museum
  • Government College Museum


Main article: Mosques of Multan

King’s Mosque (also referred as Eid Gah Mosque)

  • Masjid Al-Khair
  • Jamia Zia-ul-Aloom
  • Sawi Mosque
  • Mosque of Ali Muhammad Khan
  • Masjid Phool Hathan
  • Eid Gah Mosque
  • Masjid Sardar Mohammad
  • Jamia Khair-ul-Madaris
  • Mosque Ahmed Shah Abdali
  • Mosque Khalil
  • Masjid Sameja Wali, Jamal Pura Colony
  • Baqarabad Mosque New Multan
  • Jalal masjid Gulgasht
  • Bilal Masjid Qasim Bela
  • Laal mosque of Shalimar colony
  • Laal Mosque Cantt
  • Mosque Muhammad Bin Qasim, Qila Quhna(First mosque of the Subcontinent)
  • Eid Gah Mosque cantt
  • Dera Adda Mosque
  • Masjid Seith Abu Muhammad cantt
  • Masjid Wazir Khan Multan


Main article: Hindu temples in Multan

Mizar Mubark Moulana Hamid Ali Khan Sahib located in central Multan
  • Parhaland Temple in Fort Kohna Multan
  • Sun Temple Multan
  • Suraj Kund Temple in Suraj Kund area of Multan
  • Jain Mandir in Bohar Gate
  • Mandir Shah Majeed inside Bohar Gate


  • St Mary’s Cathedral
  • Cathedral of the Holy Redeemer
  • Christ Church Multan
  • Multan Cathedral Cantt


 A view of Multan cricket stadium from outside
  • Multan Cricket Stadium
  • Sports Ground.
  • MCC ground.
  • Qasim Bagh Stadium
  • Ayub Stadium
  • CMH Sportd ground
  • Polo Ground Fort Colony
  • Railway Ground

Notable Intersections

Intersections on major roads become busy markets. These are called chowk.

  • Ghanta Ghar Chowk
  • Chungi No. 9 Chowk
  • BCG Chowk Mumtazabad
  • Chowk Kumharanwala or Jinnah Chowk or Gadaffi Chowk
  • Chowk khuni burj
  • Vihari Chowk
  • Bahawalpur Chowk
  • Ali Chowk
  • Nagshah Chowk
  • Bilal Chowk
  • MDA Chowk
  • Bomanji Chowk Cantt
  • S.P Chowk
  • Kalma Chowk
  • Dera Adda Hassan Parwana Chowk
  • Nishter Chowk
  • Chowk Pul Barara
  • Chungi No.1 Chowk
  • Chowk Mumtazabad

Flyovers in Multan

 Nishtar Chowk Flyover Multan
  • Chowk Kumharanwala Level II Flyover (Grade Separated)
  • Yousuf Raza Gillani Flyover (Longest Flyover in Multan with three extra ramps)
  • Pul Mauj Darya Kachehry Chowh Flyover
  • Nishter Hospital Flyover
  • Kalma Chowk Flyover
  • Rasheedabad Chowk Flyover
  • Chowk Nagshah Flyover
  • Chungi No.9 Flyover
  • Railway Flyover Double Phatak


 Shrine of Khawaja Awais Kagha
  • Haji Baghdadi Graveyard
  • Chungi No 14 Graveyard
  • Hassan Parwana Graveyard
  • Peer Umer Graveyard
  • Baba Piran Ghaib Graveyard
  • Kotla Waris Shah Graveyard
  • Zahid Shah Graveyard
  • Masoom Shah Road Graveyard
  • Nishtar Graveyard
  • Pak Mai Graveyard
  • Christian Graveyard
  • Central Graveyard
  • Sakhi Sultan Ali Akbar Graveyard
  • Qasimpur Graveyard
  • Wapda Graveyard
  • Model Town Graveyard
  • Basti Nau Graveyard
  • Punjab Govt Servants Housing Foundation
  • BZU Graveyard
  • Kanak Mandi Graveyard
  • Rajput Graveyard
  • Bhutta Graveyard
  • Timber Market Graveyard
  • Dera Basti Graveyard
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