Last month I travelled all over Pakistan and I shared a lot on my Instagram. (If you use the app, I would appreciate the follow 🙂 And now it is time to share it on the blog! Today I am showing you the best places to visit in Sindh Pakistan.

Put the press aside, apply for that difficult to get visa and save for a potentially very expensive flight. But once you arrive, let nature, adventure and friendly smiles blow you away. Yes, I still recommend visiting Pakistan even after a terrible incident that happened on my last day.
Just avoid @pakistaninternationalairlinepk and you should be good.
I mean can you believe an airline NOT operating a route for 6 months but still selling the flight ticket online!!! And when you figured that flight doesn’t exist, you have to pay $600 for the new flight on the same day just so you can leave the country! That is any and all travellers nightmare. And it’s not just about the money, it’s the inconvenience and difficult situation I was in at 3 in the morning with no help! I have sent a message to the airline but no response. Been 4 days, no refund, no compensation no answers. How do you think this should be resolved?

Pakistan is not on everyone’s bucket list but I can see that slowly changing in the coming years. I suggest putting the negative press aside, pay for perhaps hard to get a visa, save up for that potentially expensive flight and see for yourself. Let the jaw-dropping views, interesting culture, history and friendly people blow you away!

Pakistan has 4 provinces Sindh, Balochistan, Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa; two autonomous territories (Azad Jammu and Kashmir and Gilgit Baltistan) and one federal territory (Islamabad Capital Territory). Sindh is the third largest province of Pakistan by area, the second largest province by population after Punjab and its capital city is called Karachi.

Best places to visit in Sindh Pakistan
Exploring the best places to visit in sindh, Pakistan

Below you will find the most beautiful and historical places in Sindh province of Pakistan. 

But before I start sharing all of that, I have put together some important things to make your Lahore, Pakistan travels easier and enjoyable.

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3. Book Cheap Flights
And lastly, find the cheapest flights through most trusted sites such as Skyscanner or Momodo.

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Few handy Urdu words

Hello – Salaam walekum
Thank you – Shukeriya
Okay – Theek Hai
Yes/No – Jee Han/ Jee Nahi
How are you – Aap kaise (for male)/ kaisi (for female) hou?
I want to go to______ (place) – Muje _ (place) jana hai.
Pardon me/ Excuse me/ Sorry – Maaf Kijea
Good Bye- Khuda Hafiz

The 10 Best Places To Visit In Sindh Pakistan

Click on the name of the places and it should take you straight to the google maps.

1. Makli Graveyard 

Makli Graveyard

Makli Graveyard is the burial place of about 125,000 local rulers, Sufi saints and others. Makli is located on the outskirts of Thatta, Sindh Pakistan. It was inscribed on the World Heritage List in 1981 under the name of Historical Monuments of Thatta.

Even if you have a whole day you can’t see all tombs and buildings on the graveyard of 8 km square. different ages, different styles. Just impressive!
Bring a picknick and plenty of water. No wheelchair access. Some of the remarkable architecture in Makli Graveyard are Mirza Jani Beg Tomb, Mirza Isa Khan Tomb, Jan Baba Tomb and Devan Shurfa Khan Tomb.

2.  Shah Jahan Mosque

Shah Jahan Mosque is a famous 17th-century building known for its architecture with red bricks and blue coloured glazed tiles. It serves as the central mosque for the city of Thatta district, in the Pakistani province of Sindh. It has been on the tentative UNESCO World Heritage list since 1993.

You can easily get here from Karachi or Hyderabad on a day trip. The mosque is well maintained and mostly in original construction and colours. There were some people sleeping on the floor because it is cooler inside. Recommend for a visit during the day at any time but bear in mind it is closed for prayers, 15-20 mins before and after prayers.

3. Keenjhar Lake

Keenjhar Lake is the second-largest freshwater lake in Pakistan and an important source of drinking water for Thatta District and Karachi city. It is so big that you cannot see the end of the lake anywhere while standing at the shore. It looks almost like a sea!

I would not recommend visiting the lake on a weekend as many people come to take bath in the lake and have their meals there with families, mostly in temporary tent-like structures. There are tyres and life jackets available for those who cannot swim. Plenty of boats are there to take you to the middle of the lake or to Noor’s shrine.

4. Lansdown Bridge

Do you know when the Lansdowne Bridge was completed in 1889, it was the longest rigid girder bridge in the world?

It was built on a 19th-century that connects the cities of Sukkur and Rohri with Indus river below it. A lot of traffic on the Bridge but if you view it from a boat, that would give a magnificent look of the Bridge. Alternatively, you can see it from across the tomb of seven sisters. (more on that below)

5. Kot Diji

Best places to visit in Sindh Pakistan

Kot Diji is known as Fort Ahmadabad, built on a 19th-century Talpur-era. It is located in the town of Kot Diji in Khairpur District, in Sindh Province of Pakistan. It takes approximately eight hours to reach Khairpur district from Karachi. and on the way, there are plenty of places pitstops for tea and food.

The fort sits at a 110-foot tall high hill that rises above the city of Kot Diji. IT also has 30-foot tall walls encircle the uppermost portion of the fort, giving it a narrow-width fortress with a perimeter of 1.8 kilometres. Don’t miss the three strategically placed towers that are each 50 feet tall.

6. Faiz Mahal

Best places to visit in Sindh Pakistan

Faiz Mahal was built by Mir Sohrab Khan in 1798. It is a pretty palace located in Khairpur, Sindh, Pakistan. When you enter inside the palace, you can see the portraits of Maharajas and Princes in the centre of the Mahal giving the impression of sheer royalty in addition to the usual comfort and luxury of palaces. The palace is also famous as ‘Lakhi Bangla’ as it cost the owners Rs.100,000 (one lakh) at that time.

Recommend the following timetable according to the season. Summer: 8:00 AM to 7:00 PM. Winter: 9:00 AM to 7 PM.

7.  Sukkur Barrage

Best places to visit in Sindh Pakistan

Sukkar Barrage is a colonial architecture masterpiece built during the British colonial era from 1923 to 1932. It was named Lloyd Barrage which connects the city of Sukkur through a road built on the barrage. When you are there, pay a visit to a small museum which highlights the history of this barrage.

8. Tomb of Seven Sisters

Best places to visit in Sindh Pakistan

Tomb of seven sisters is also known as “Satiyan JO Asthan” believed by locals as innocent seven sisters having supernatural power. The graves are on the left bank of mighty Indus river, just near Lansdowne Bridge on Rohri side. You can also watch a beautiful sunset from here with the view of Lansdowne Bridge.

9. Ranikot Fort

Ranikot Fort is a historical fort near Sann, Jamshoro District, Sindh. Ranikot Fort is also known as The Great Wall of Sindh and is believed to be the world’s largest fort with a circumference of approximately 35 km.

The best time to explore is during daylight. And it’s a lot of walking so don’t forget to wear comfortable shoes.

10. Moen Jo Daro

best places to visit in Sindh Pakistan

Mohenjo-daro is an archaeological site built around 2500 BC and located in the province of Sindh, Pakistan. 5000-year-old civilization was buried here that was discovered in the 20th century.

The most notable thing about the ancient city of Mohenjo-Daro is that it was one of the most developed cities of the era. Historians reported that there was some incredible urban planning and outclass civil engineering done. All of which makes this one of the best places to see in Sindh, Pakistan.

It is amazing to see how greatly the people were civilized back then and knew how to plan and build a city.

Karachi the former capital city

Check out the must-see famous places in Karachi, Pakistan.

Lahore, Pakistan beautiful city

Read this for the best places to visit in Lahore, Pakistan. You will love this one!

Best places to visit in Sindh Pakistan

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The Best Places To Visit In Sindh Pakistan

20 thoughts on “The Best Places To Visit In Sindh Pakistan

  • September 29, 2019 at 2:13 pm

    oh my gosh, what a terrible experience with the Pakistani airline. I hope you get your money back.


  • September 29, 2019 at 4:24 pm

    I haven’t heard of Sindh, Pakistan but it looks great. Your photos are so beautiful!

    • August 16, 2022 at 4:44 pm

      i am pakistani and his jurny jis very intresting but he is most important places missing

    • August 16, 2022 at 4:45 pm

      i am pakistani and his jurny jis very intresting but he is most important places missing

  • September 29, 2019 at 7:35 pm

    Pakistan has always been on my bucket list – I’d love to visit one day. Your photos are beautiful. Thanks for sharing such a great guide.

  • September 29, 2019 at 10:51 pm

    I have heard about Mohen Jo Daro in the history book but never seen yet but lucky to see the picture. Seven sisters tomb is really mysterious.Love to read it!

  • September 30, 2019 at 12:00 am

    wow, it looks more beautiful in pakistan than i ever imagined. I never really thought of Pakistan as a travel destination but hopefully one day ill be brave enough to check it out.

  • September 30, 2019 at 6:55 pm

    Other than that “not so pleasant” experience with the airline, I think Pakistan would be worth a visit. I do have a few friends who are working there, in Lahore and Karachi. I will message them and ask them if they have visited Sindh too. The sunset photo looks so pretty!

  • September 30, 2019 at 7:14 pm

    The “Makli Graveyard”….I would love to visit it!

  • October 1, 2019 at 11:16 am

    This is the second time I’ve heard someone talk about a trip to Pakistan. I am sorry to hear about your flight challenges. That is a nightmare. I’m glad the rest went well.

  • October 1, 2019 at 1:21 pm

    I was just chatting about beautiful cities in Pakistan and a friend was reassuring me of some others I hadn’t heard of. Worth listing these down somewhere

  • October 1, 2019 at 2:18 pm

    Wow, what absolutely stunning photos! Now I am completely inspired to one day visit Pakistan. <3

  • October 1, 2019 at 2:45 pm

    beautiful pictures! i love the Kot Diji. I never knew that these exist. thank you for sharing!

  • October 1, 2019 at 5:31 pm

    The tomb and the mosque are stunning, love these shades of blue. I have never been to Pakistan, looks stunning. Too bad for the airline scam though 🙁

  • October 1, 2019 at 9:43 pm

    That mosque looks so amazing! I want to visit Pakistan. Wow!

  • October 2, 2019 at 9:50 am

    The photos are amazing. I bet thy made it all worth the troubles.

  • December 6, 2019 at 12:19 am

    Thank you for portraying the positive side of Pakistan, we apologize you’ve had that experience with the airline but we are making our tourism services better. Thank you again!

    • January 2, 2020 at 11:44 pm

      Thank you for stopping by and sharing your kind words.

  • February 10, 2022 at 4:56 pm

    Wonderful blog, my apologies on behalf of anyone who made you feel inconvenient during your trip to my beautiful country. I can suggest you official way to get back your money you spent on PIA ticket and is never been refunded to you. I just need to know when exactly did you buy that ticket and if you have any receipts or payment evidence so that you may get it refunded.

    Let me know, if you need assistance with this refund on my email.


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