Top 20 Places to Visit in Hyderabad Pakistan - Tanveer Rajput TV [Updated: July 2023]

Hyderabad, Pakistan is a city located in the southern province of Sindh. With a population of over 1.8 million people, it is the 5th largest city in Pakistan. Hyderabad is the 2nd largest city in Sindh (According to the 2017 census). The old name of Hyderabad is 'Nairoonkot'. Hyderabad has been famous for Biryani and its historic importance. 
Hyderabad is famous for its Biryani varieties. In general, Hyderabad citizens mostly know about only two tourist places Rani Bagh and Boulevard Mall, and only a few people knew about all the 10 places mentioned here. 
Hyderabad is a major business and industrial centre in the country and is home to many large multinational companies. The city is also a major tourist destination, with a number of historical and cultural sites.
In this blog, we will tell you the top 20 things to do in Hyderabad Pakistan.

1. Boulevard Mall Hyderabad

Boulevard Mall is located at Main Autobahn Road near Badin Stop. Boulevard Mall offers different national and international brands, Cinepax, and a play area for kids. Boulevard Mall is the best Mall in Hyderabad that gives an unparalleled entertainment, dining, and shopping experience. Perfect for the whole family to enjoy together or catch the latest blockbuster movie. There are not many entertainment spots in the city, so Boulevard Mall is the favourite place for the citizens.

Boulevard Mall Hyderabad

When it comes to food court dining options - KFC, Pizza Hut Burger Lab McDonald's OPTP Chacha Piru are just some of the food franchises offered here. Boulevard Mall truly is a shopper's paradise boasting stores for every single need, with so many stores catering specifically towards them all at one place - every moment in between.

2. Shrine of Hazrat Mufti Mehmood Alwari

Shrine of Hazrat Mufti Mehmood Alwari

Hazrat Mehmood Alwar was born in 1904 in Alwar, India. He was brought up in a very religious family. Currently, the tomb of Hazrat Mehmood Alwari is situated near Rajputana Hospital in front of Citizens Colony in Hyderabad Sindh. This tomb gives a look at 'The Taj Mahal.

3. Sindh Museum Hyderabad

Sindh Museum Hyderabad

The Sindh Museum Hyderabad is located in Qasimabad. The Sindh Museum was founded in 1971 with the goal of collecting and preserving documents of Sindh's cultural past. Except for Wednesday, the Sindh Museum is available to the public six days a week.

4. Rani Bagh

Rani Bagh

This Bagh is located beside Sindh Museum in Hyderabad. Rani Bagh has 58 acres of land and is separated into four sections: a zoo rides for children, Eidgah, and an artificial lake. Rani Bagh is named after Queen Victoria and is always open to the people of Hyderabad.

5. Darawat Dam

Darawat Dam

Darawat Dam is constructed on the Nai Baran River near the Jamshoro village of Jhangri. Darawat Dam was completed in 2013 and was inaugurated by Asif Ali Zardari. This dam can hold 150 million cubic meters of water.

6. Kotri Barrage

Kotri Barrage

Kotri Barrage is located on the Indus River in the Jamshoro region. Kotri Barrage was built in 1932. Besides this barrage, there is a restaurant named "Al-Manzar Restaurant". Their fish is very famous. people called that fish "Phala machli." That's why hundreds of people visit this barrage daily.

7. Tomb of Talpur Mirs

Tomb of Talpur Mirs

This is a tomb complex of Sindh's reigning Talpur Mirs, who ruled between 1784 and 1843. These graves can be found in Hirabad. The tombs are mainly made of marble and have Quranic passages written on them.

8. Badshahi Bungalow

Badshahi Bungalow

This bungalow is located in Latifabad Unit No 4 of Hyderabad. This is the Palace of Mir Hassan Ali Khan Talpur, who is the last ruler of Hyderabad. This palace was built in 1863 AD. 

9. Pakka Qila (Hyderabad Fort)

Pakka Qila

Pakka Qila has located 1km from Hyderabad railway station. Mian Ghulam Shah Kalhoro built this fort in 1768. Still, in 2021, the fort is in its original condition.

10. Mukhi House Museum

Mukhi House Museum

Mukhi House Museum was founded in 1920 by Mukhi Jethanand, a prominent Sindhi Hindu. Now, the Sindh Culture and antiquities department is owned by the Mukhi Museum. Mukhi Museum is located adjacent to Homestead Hall. Except for Wednesday, you can visit Mukhi Museum any time.

11. Qadam Gah Maula Ali

Qadam Gah of Maula Ali is located near Pacca Qila in Hyderabad. Imam Ali devotees suggested Mian Ghulam Shah Kalhoro name the city after their Imam Ali (Hyder). Later, the Shah of Iran presented the city with a stone said to have Ali's footprints. The stone was later put in Qadamgah Maula Ali, which became a pilgrimage site.

12. Kacha Qila (Weak Fort)

Since the fort contains a shrine, Kacha Qila is also known as Makki Shah Qila. This mud-built fort is smaller than Pacca Qila. Mian Ghulam Shah Kalhoro constructed thi fort using unbaked clay bricks. Today, the majority of visitors to the fort come to see Makki Shah's shrine, which is situated on the fort's hill.

13. Kotri Bridge

The Kotri bridge connects Kotri with Hyderabad. Kotri Bridge was built in 1931. It features a single railway track and roads on both sides of the railway track. 

14. Gymkhana

Hyderabad Gymkhana was established in the year 1897. The First President was collector Mr Dogson. The Club provides practically all major indoor and outdoor sporting facilities to its members, including Gymnasium, Squash, and Swimming.

15. Shamshan Ghaat

Shamshan Ghaat is located near Badin Stop. This graveyard is 250 years old and Hindus’ burning rituals are performed here. Many claims that spirits are moving here and there inside the graveyard. As per guards and another staff claim that they have seen small children coming to play and make noise after sunset, children just come from nowhere and then disappeared afterwards.

16. Shamsul Ulema Daudpota Library

Shamsul Ulema Daudpota Public Library was established in October 1961. This library is the third-largest public library in Sindh. There are over 5,000 books for youngsters. A significant number of newspapers in Sindhi, Urdu, and English are also available in the library's reading room for the convenience of regular readers.

17. Clock Tower Hyderabad

Ghanta Ghar Hyderabad was built in 1914. This is a relic of Hirabad's pre-independence fish market. The Shahi Market is a typical eastern Pakistani bazaar where you can buy anything from food to plastic products and Rallis. 

18. Hosh Muhammad Shedi Monument

Hoshu Sheedi was the general of the Talpur army of Sindh, which was headed by King Mir Sher M Khan Talpur. Hoshu Sheedi was assassinated on March 24, 1843, while fighting against British forces headed by Sir Charles Napier at the Battle of Dubbo. Prior to his death, on the Battleground of Dubbo, he uttered the legendary slogan:
"مرويسون پر سنڌ نه ڏيسون

19. Durga Devi Mandir

Durga Devi Mandir is a cluster of five shivalas located near the Railway Station. Due to ignorance and poor upkeep, a part of the temple has been ruined. A defunct well on the temple grounds is likewise inoperable.

20. Homestead Hall

The British built Homestead Hall in memory of Dr Homestead, a well-known civil physician in Hyderabad, in 1905. It is the city's largest and most historical reference library. It's near the famous Mukhi House.

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