Karachi is in the southern part of Pakistan, in the province of Sindh. If one gets tired of the busy life, Karachi has many attractions to offer. With beaches on Clifton, with flood lights showering on the mighty beach and pretty high fountain is a treat to watch. With food stalls and cool winds.
If Clifton beach doesn’t satisfy you, then Sandspitt, Hawks-bay, Marina beach or Paradise point is there to entertain you.
Karachi was once the capital city of Pakistan, which means most of the important buildings are still standing rite on today. From the supreme court of Pakistan to Frayer Hall. The old britsh style buildings are a treat to watch and if you happen to have an interest in architecture, then Banz Road is the place to be.
Quaid Azam (Mohammad Ali Jinnah)-the founder of Pakistan’s mausoleum is also a must visit place to pay homage to one the greatest leaders of the world.
If you wish to buy clothes with limited amount of time, Zainab Market is designed just for you. However if you have time, then the whole of Karachi with places such as Tariq Road and Saddar can be places where you buy loads of stuff.
If that is not all, then Karachi offers you with the best of food. With Lal-Qila, Sweet and Sour, Village or the Restaurants on the National Highway is more than what you can ask for.
The sender of this article are Naila and Aasi. Naila and Aasi are studying in an industrial design school in Karachi.