Historical City Multan
Historical City Multan is a 4 thousands years oldest city of Pakistan. It is situated on the banks side of the famous largest River Chenab. City is situated in the center of southern Punjab. It is also called the City of saints. There are some most famous places like Rukn-e-Alam, Bahaudin Zakaria, Dehli Gate, Dolat Gate, Pak Gate, Haram Gate, Qila Kuhna Qasim Bagh etc.
Following are famous places of Multan for visit:
Bahaudin Zakariya University (bzu)
Bahauddin Zakariya University which short name as bzu is a public university from the top ranking universities of Pakistan. It has main campus in Multan. Bahauddin Zakariya University was founded in 1975 with the honor name of a Sufi saint Hazrat Baha-ud-din Zakariya.
The Dam Dama is a famous block of a building constructed on a mound of earth fill in Multan. It is highest place of Fort Kohna Multan and it was used as watch tower. Shah Rukn Alam comes in background of the Dam dama. It is the best place where complete view of Multan City can be enjoy there.
River Chanab is situated around 20 km on south side of the Historical City Multan. It is the 2nd longest river in Punjab. It is a famous picnic point for the tourist. Fishing and boating can be easily enjoy there in very low cost.
Ghanta Ghar which is also famous as Clock Tower is the busiest area in Multan. There are multiple markets. It is busy for all the time. Tourist can enjoy shopping there in reasonable prices.
Multan International Stadium
Multan Cricket Stadium has a multi-purpose new stadium in Historical City Multan. It is under management by the Pakistan Cricket Board. The stadium is can be found off Vehari Road, Multan. The stadium has capacity of 35,000. It is in use for Internal and local matches.
Multan International Airport
Multan has a new International Airport which is located 4 km west of Historical City Multan. It is the largest and busiest international air port of southern Punjab. This International Airport also offers flights throughout Pakistan, as well as direct flights to Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Oman, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates.