After breakfast, we will take you for an extensive morning tour of the inner city. Our first stop is the famous Saddar Bazaar a bazaar also considered the commercial center of Karachi. Nestled between colonial era buildings and churches, Saddar is the one-stop bazaar for all sorts of commodities and antiquities. The buildings are made of Gizri stone and hint at Gothic and Renaissance revival styles dominant in Karachi in the 1920s. Experience the culinary essence of Karachi at the roadside food kiosks in this area like fresh-pressed sugarcane juice, Saddar boasts dhabas and shops run by families over generations. Walk to the nearby Empress Market and Bohri Bazaar. The Empress Market is another commercial center that hosts kiosks of herbs, spices, and dry fruits here. If you love all things organic, Empress Market is the place you would want to explore. From medicinal, fresh cold-pressed oils for your body to medicinal herbs you probably have never heard of, this bazaar offers it all at extremely affordable prices. We also take a tour of the 140 feet high, Indo-Gothic style clock tower made with buffed and colored stone standing in all its glory at the entrance of Empress Market. Karachi is a converging ground of faith and diversity. Visit Saint Patrick s Church located approximately 4 minutes away (by car) from Empress Market. Experience the spiritual side of the city here and explore this looming structure built in the Gothic Revival architectural style as the city s first church. We drive for approximately 6 minutes from St Patrick s Church to Jinnah Mausoleum and its adjoining museum. Visit the resting place of Pakistan s leader Quaid E Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah and explore the history of the nation at the museum. Built to completion in 1971 the mausoleum is a white marble structure with clean bold lines, inspired by modernist designs to reveal purity of color and geometric forms. You will then head to the Tooba Mosque - the largest single-dome mosque in the world with a diameter of 212 feet. Constructed in white marble and onyx the mosque has a capacity to hold 5,000 worshippers. The drive is approximately 15 minutes by car. We have arranged for you a food-tasting tour in the diplomatic area of Clifton which houses 5-6 of the most popular fusion eating concepts and diversity in Karachi s culinary scene. From the rich aroma of French cuisine at Caf Flo to the earthiness of Pan-Asian food at Okra to the traditional burst of spices at Khanji, you experience it all with us. After lunch, enjoy a cup of tea at the posh and popular Chaaye Khana caf , reviving the culture of deep infused tea sipping in Karachi in a genteel ambiance. In the end, we will visit the Mohatta Palace Museum. The palatial structure built in pink and yellow stones in 1927 was once home to Fatima Jinnah (sister of the founding father of Pakistan) but is now dedicated to the arts and hosts art exhibitions. After an eventful day, we return to the hotel for a late dinner at The Pakistani. Continuing your thematic dinner from last night, tonight will be the Mughlai tradition of Punjab. We have recommended the Lachaydar Paratha served with Spring Onion Minced chicken and hand blended lassi.