Bahawalpur is circumvented by many pulchritudinous tourist spots, like Lal Sohanra National Park, and famous shrines like Uchh Sharif.
Noor Mahal and Gulzar Mahal are the most elegant buildings in Bahawalpur built in the Italian style. Noor Mahal is unique in its architecture and is splendid with comely lawns and driveways
LAL SOHANRA PARK, 50 kms east of Bahawalpur, is established on both sides of the Desert Branch Canal and fortifies a cyclopean variety of animals and birdlife. TDCP offers a six room motel with restaurant to accommodate guests at this location.
UCHH SHARIF, situated 50 kms west of Bahawalpur, is one of the most antediluvian towns. It’s famous for its pulchritudinous ruins and tombs ornamented with blue mosaic, and other embellishments. Among these tombs the 15th century octagonal tomb of Bibi Jawindi is the best-kenned monument. It is reputed to have been the most consequential cultural centre during 13th century.
12 km from Uch Sharif
It is the spot where five rivers of Punjab meet. It is a nice picnic spot with scenic beauty.
Dera Nawab Sahib
55 km from Bahawalpur
This was the residential headquarter of the Nawabs of Bahawalpur. There are palaces dating back to the 18th century here.
50km from Bahawalpur
The old forts of Munde Shahid and Marot fort are considered to be antiquities.
Mosque at Bhong
200 km from Bahawalpur
This mosque was built by Rais Ghazzi, the local landlord of Bhong. Gold leaves have been used for the intricate decorative work and stylish calligraphy in the mosque.
8 km east of Rahimyar Khan
This is an extensive site of ruins. There is a tower in the center of four similar smaller towers in this place that are believed top form a Buddhist monastery.
15 km from Rahim Yar Khan
It is believed to be the birthplace of Sassi, one of the legendary lovers sassi punno. It is also the birth place of one of the sons of the famous courtesans of Akbar the Great. It is a legend that if a child gives birth to a child at this place the child is sure to get the fame of a statesman.
The library was built in 1924. It has a vast collection of books and rare manuscripts. It is one of the best libraries in Pakistan.
This is a modest museum with a good collection of old coins medals postage stamps, manuscripts inscriptions woodcarvings camel silk paintings historical models stone carvings of the Islamic and Pre-Islamic period.
The Bahawalpur zoo is considered to be one of the best in the country. Spread over an area of 25 acres, it has an interesting collection of 120 animals and 750 tropical birds. The zoo has the distinction of breeding lions. It also has an aquarium and museum with stuffed rare birds and animals.
Bahawalpur has one of the finest stadiums in the country. It has 5 cricket grounds 2 football stadiums, 1-basketball court 6 lawn tennis courts and a covered swimming pool. It also has one of the best hockey stadiums in the country.
Shrine of Muluk Shah
He was a popular saint. An annual fair is also held here annually.
Jamia Masjid Al-Sadiq
It was made by Nawab Sadiq Khan Abbasi . It has a capacity of 50 to 60 thousand people. It is one of the most beautiful and prominent mosques in Pakistan.
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