Travel to north-east Pakistan when you book flights to Sialkot with flydubai. We can take you to the Punjabi city from departure locations all over the world, with seats available in both Business and Economy Class.
From the moment you click book to the second you touch down in Sialkot, we’ll ensure your journey to Pakistan is a smooth one. Online check-in helps you skip the queues at the airport, speedy WiFi keeps you connected to the world while 35,000ft in the air and personal HD touchscreens provide hours of entertainment.
Business Class offers a luxurious touch to your travels. Recline in an ultra-comfortable Italian leather seat and a dedicated member of cabin crew will wait on you hand and foot. If you’re looking for a more affordable option, book into Economy Class. Shop duty free goods, watch Hollywood blockbusters and surf the net, all from your ergonomically-designed seat.
Depending on the length of your flight, you can pre-book a hot meal from our globally-inspired menu. Alternatively, if you’d prefer something lighter, you can pick up snacks and drinks from our onboard shop.
Make your way to Iqbal Square to see the looming Sialkot Clock Tower. Built more than 100 years ago by the British, this tower has long served as the city’s central point. Stand at the base and admire its scale and architectural beauty.
Visit the house of local philosopher and poet Dr Muhammed Iqbal, which now serves as a national monument. Discover intriguing artefacts, including poetry, furniture and pictures among the museum’s exhibition and wander the impressive library.
For a rural experience, drive out of Sialkot in the direction of the Head Marala Wetlands. Here you can witness thousands of birds flocking to the popular spot by the Chenab River – stop off for a picnic and enjoy the beautiful species flying overhead.
Nestled in north-east Punjab, Sialkot is home to a wealth of history and is believed to have been built on the site of the ancient city of Sagala. Explore its local treasures and use it as a springboard to discover more of Pakistan.
Spend a morning meandering around the old city to get a feel for Sialkot’s rich heritage – evidence of its history is etched into the bustling bazaars and maze of narrow alleys. Head deeper into the city to see the ruins of Sialkot Fort, one of the oldest in Pakistan. The tomb of Iman Ali-ul-Haq is worth a stop too – enter through a beautiful tiled gateway into a labyrinth of corridors that lead to the shrines of several saints. Don’t miss stunning Jagannath Temple – it may have only been built in 2007, but its intricate architecture and detailing demand a visit.
Fatima Jinnah Park is the perfect place to enjoy leafy respite from the bustling city. Wander the vast green space, savour the excitement of the rides at the funfair and enjoy a picnic by the glittering lake. Change up the tempo with a trip to Sinbad Fantasy Land. The amusement park is perfect for all the family, with rides and games to enjoy.
From aromatic tandoori chicken to chana masala, Punjabi dishes offer a delicious taste of the region. Explore the many restaurants, street food stalls and cafes peppered throughout Sialkot and feast on local delicacies.
You may need a visa to enter Pakistan. Before you fly to Sialkot, check with your embassy to find out what documentation you may need.
While in Sialkot, you’ll use the Pakistani Rupee (PKR). Frequently used notes include: ₨10, ₨50, ₨100, ₨500, ₨1000.
Urdu is the most common language spoken in Pakistan, although English is also widely used.
When you visit Sialkot, expect to experience a humid climate. Temperatures soar between April and October, peaking at an average high of 39°C. During winter, temperatures tend to drop to average low of 5°C.
Rickshaws and taxis are readily available to whiz you to and from locations in Sialkot. Car hire is also available from one of the car hire agencies near Jinnah Park flyover.
You’ll fly in and out of Sialkot International Airport (SKT), which is only a 40-minute journey from the city centre.