Explore the enchanting city of Bahawalpur, nestled in the heart of the Punjab province of Pakistan. As the 11th largest city in the country, with a vibrant population of 762,111, Bahawalpur beckons you with its rich history and cultural treasures.
Established in 1748, Bahawalpur once stood as the majestic capital of the princely state ruled by the Abbasi family of Nawabs until 1955. Immerse yourself in the opulent architectural heritage left behind by the Nawabs, creating a timeless tapestry of historical significance. Bahawalpur has evolved into a captivating destination renowned for its monuments, offering a glimpse into the splendour of a bygone era.
Situated on the fringes of the Cholistan Desert, Bahawalpur serves as the gateway to the awe-inspiring Lal Suhanra National Park. This natural haven invites travellers to explore its diverse landscapes and experience the unique flora and fauna that thrive in this remarkable ecosystem.
Embark on a journey to Bahawalpur, where history, culture, and natural wonders converge, promising an unforgettable experience for every traveller. Discover the allure of this city and let its stories unfold as you wander through its historic streets and marvel at the architectural gems that stand as testaments to its glorious past.
- Lahore to Bahawalpur: 418 K.M.
- Islamabad to Bahawalpur: 617K.M.
- Karachi to Bahawalpur: 827 K.M.
Weather & height
+ 45 Degrees
+ 08 Degrees
Bahawalpur is 2,410 m (7,910 ft) above sea level
Attractions and places to visit
- Noor Mahal
- Darbar Mahal
- Darawar Fort
- Abbassi Mosque
- Tomb of Bibi Jiwandi
- Lal Sohanra National Park
- National Library
- Gulzar Mahal
- Farid Gate
- Desert Safari
- National Park
- The Tombs of Nawabs of Bahawalpur
|Description||Bahawalpur, is a city sited in the Punjab province of Pakistan. Bahawalpur is the 11th largest city in Pakistan with a population of 762,111.
Founded in 1748, Bahawalpur was the capital of the former princely state of Bahawalpur, ruled by the Abbasi family of Nawabs until 1955. The Nawabs left a rich architectural legacy, and Bahawalpur is now recognized for its monuments socializing from that era. The city also lies at the edge of the Cholistan Desert, and serves as the gateway to the nearby Lal Suhanra National Park.
|Distance||Lahore to Bahawlpur: 418 K.M.
Islamabad to Bahawlpur: 617K.M.
Karachi to Bahawlpur: 827 K.M.
|Weather & Height||+ 45 Degrees
+ 08 Degrees
Nathia Gali is 2,410 m (7,910 ft) above sea level
|Attractions||· Noor Mahal
· Darbar Mahal
· Darawar Fort
· Abbassi Mosque
· Tomb of Bibi Jiwandi
· Lal Sohanra National Park
· National Library
· Gulzar Mahal
· Farid Gate
|Things to do||– Desert Safari
– Visit Shrines
– National Park
– Visit Tombs of Nawabs of Bahawlpur