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This cultural metropolis is home to a stunning variety of shrines, mosques, mausoleums and monuments, highlighting some of the finest examples of Islamic architecture in Pakistan. While some are iconic and celebrated – such as the Tomb of Shah Rukn-e-Alam - others are hidden away in the city’s handsome corners.
Tuck into traditional Multan dishes while visiting the city, a hub for Saraiki-style cooking. Take a bite of classic Sohan Halwa, a sweet treat sold at shops all over this Pakistani destination. For something savoury, feast on Multani Chaamp, spicy skewered lamp chops that are bursting with flavour.
Perched on the Chenab River in southern Punjab, Multan is one of the oldest and most beautiful cities in Asia. Mosques, mangoes and dazzling blue pottery are just some of the things this Pakistani destination is most famous for.
You won’t find yourself short of shopping inspiration in Multan’s busy and dynamic streets. As the economic hub of southern Punjab, this city has plenty of retail therapy to offer, whether you’re looking for fresh food or traditional souvenirs. Visit the famous Chowk Bazar, which boasts some of Pakistan’s finest traditional goods, ranging from elaborate embroidery to local handicrafts. Make sure your bartering skills are up to scratch as sellers will fully expect you to negotiate. For a traditional souvenir that will truly take your breath away, visit the fascinating Institute of Blue Pottery, where you can choose from a stunning selection of classic blue and white Multan pottery and even watch as it’s made.
Fans of history and architecture will particularly appreciate Multan’s diverse display of Islamic buildings. Head for the imposing Multan Fort, which was at one time protected by 46 towers, and soak up incredible views across the city. In the complex, you’ll find the Multan’s most unmissable sight - the Tomb of Shah Rukn-e-Alam, considered the earliest example of Tughluq architecture. Wander the vast shrine, home to one of the biggest domes in Asia, and drink in its striking architectural beauty. Elsewhere, you’ll find the glimmering Shrine of Shah Yusuf Gardezi. Decorated in elaborate blue and white tiles, it makes a dazzling impression against the sunlight.
For green respite from the urban cityscape, Multan spoils you for choice. The grand Shah Shams Park offers a wealth of incredible views and even rides to entertain the little ones. Botany lovers will adore Cantonment Garden’s vibrant flower displays and manicured lawns, while those wanting to catch a glimpse of local life should book tickets to see a game of cricket at the Multan Cricket Stadium, renowned for having one of the greenest outfields in all of Pakistan.
Unless you are from the Maldives, Nepal, Samoa, Tonga or Trinidad and Tobago, you’ll need a visa to visit Pakistan. Contact your local embassy to organise it before you fly to Multan.
The currency you’ll use while in Multan is the Pakistani Rupee (PKR). Frequently used notes include: ₨10, ₨50, ₨100, ₨500, ₨1000.
While Urdu is Pakistan’s national language, you may find in Multan that Saraiki, English and Punjabi are commonly spoken.
The weather is warm year-round in Mumbai, with average temperatures rarely dipping below 15°C, often hitting highs of 30°c. Monsoon season falls between June and September.
There are plenty of cheap and convenient ways to get around this city. Travel around using Multan’s network of buses or hail a traditional rickshaw. Alternatively, taxis are available from the airport and at some bus stops.
Multan International Airport (MUX) is around 40 minutes away from the city centre. To get there once you land, jump into one of the taxis outside arrivals or opt to hire a car.