The 10 Best Things to Do in Multan, Pakistan

February 18, 2018 Flossie Demartino

Multan (Punjabi, Saraiki, Urdu: مُلتان ‬‎ [mʊltaːn] ( listen)), is a Pakistani city and the headquarters of Multan District in the province of Punjab. Located on the banks of the Chenab River, Multan is Pakistan's seventh most populous city, and is the major cultural and economic centre of southern Punjab.
Restaurants in Multan

1. Tomb Shah Rukne Alam

Hussain Agahi Road | Fort Kohna, Multan, Pakistan +92 315 5544434
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4.5 based on 40 reviews

Tomb Shah Rukne Alam

Reviewed By MubasharBashir - Lahore

Associated with an famous ancient 'Sufi' having number of followers all over Pakistan. You have to walk a bit from parking to main building and surroundings. Nice historic architect surrounded by beautiful garden and structure having panoramic overview of this part of city. Nice place to visit while at Multan.

2. Tomb of Bahauddin Zakariya

Qilla Kohna Qasim Bagh Road, Multan, Pakistan
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5 based on 12 reviews

Tomb of Bahauddin Zakariya

Reviewed By HamzaMahmood - Lahore, Pakistan

A calm and silent place specially during the nights and a real rushy place during the day light. Parking outside is not well maintained. But people with strong religious beleif are advised to go. near by is another TOMB

3. Yadgar e Shuhada Park

Yadgar e Shaheedan Park, Sher Shah Road, Multan, Pakistan
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4.5 based on 13 reviews

Yadgar e Shuhada Park

Reviewed By AtaulMunim - Multan, Pakistan

The Yadgar e Shuhada is lovely place to walk around and more importantly pay homage to our army heroes.
The monument is majestic which flags and white marble. The walk around the park is also very beautiful with greenery maintained very well.
The calmness and quietness is also a plus

4. Shrine of Shah Yusuf Gardezi

Tomb of Shah Yusuf Gardezi, Alang Bohar Gate, Multan, Pakistan
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4.5 based on 8 reviews

Shrine of Shah Yusuf Gardezi

Reviewed By JunaidAhmad - Multan Pakistan

Finding this shrine was an adventure, and still it is. Because it reside inside old walled city near Bohar Gate. I have marked its lication on google maps to ease travellers.

5. Tomb Shah Shams Sabzwari Tabrez

Baba Safra road, Multan, Pakistan
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4.5 based on 8 reviews

Tomb Shah Shams Sabzwari Tabrez

Reviewed By Nawab T - Karachi, Pakistan

For those who love ancient and pre-Mughal architecture this is a place to be. This is a mausoleum of Shah Shams Sabzwari a great Muslim saint how was born in 1165 and died in 1276. This tomb was built by his grandson in 1330. When visiting Mausoleum do remember to pay respect and obey Muslim laws. This mausoleum has vast history that you can found when visiting the place. Nearby it is a huge park known as Shah Shams Park, this park has slides, rides, boating and other entertainment to both children and adults. Different cafes and tuck shops provide local food, tea and cold drinks. If you are traveling to Multan in Summer Season (May to August) visit these places in the evening as the temperature of Multan is too hot during these months, and do remember to bring you camera.

6. Fort Kohna

Ghanta ghar chowk, Multan, Pakistan
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4.5 based on 12 reviews

Fort Kohna

Reviewed By Ian D - Darwin, Australia

The two shrines were well worth the visit. museum just ok. Views of city were good. as always too many beggars around but they were not intrusive, just hard to say no to so many.

7. CSD Park

Csd Park, Sarwar Road, Multan, Pakistan
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4 based on 8 reviews

CSD Park

Reviewed By JunaidAhmad - Multan Pakistan

It is a nice place to sit and eat snacks, smoke, or tea. It is lush green and has shops all around. It is good for shopping as well.

8. Delhi Gate

Inner City | Walled City, Multan, Pakistan
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4.5 based on 5 reviews

Delhi Gate

Reviewed By JunaidAhmad - Multan Pakistan

An enterance gate of old Multan city which led a way straight towards Delhi (now in India). Very beautiful. Just stop snap and leave. See the wall of Multan.

9. Tomb Shah Ali Akbar

Tomb Shah Ali Akbar, Multan, Pakistan
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4.5 based on 4 reviews

Tomb Shah Ali Akbar

Reviewed By HamzaMahmood - Lahore, Pakistan

Visited the place at the top of Multan land scape with my mother and family. For those who love visiting religious ansestors in ISLAM are advised to visit

10. Monument of Van Alexander Agnew

Fort Kohna, Multan, Pakistan
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4.5 based on 4 reviews

Monument of Van Alexander Agnew

Reviewed By JunaidAhmad - Multan Pakistan

This monument is located inside Qasim bagh which in turn located inside Kohna Fort Multan. The Lt mentioned above came from Bombay to Multan when it was Sikh Raj in Mooltan. He was killed by Sikh Govt and then British occupied Multan after a bloody battle and Lt buried in Fort Kohna Multan a monument was made alongside.

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