Multan, nicknamed 'The City of Saints ' has been a place of interest for tourists because of its spiritual thrust and gaudy shrines. It is one of the oldest cities of Pakistan with almost 5,000 years of history, heritage and culture dripping from its buildings. One of the must visit places here is the Tomb of Shah Ali Akbar, a rustic structure with exquisite blue tile and mirror work reflecting Islamic architecture and design. The tomb boasts similarity to the Tomb of Shah Rukne Alam another monument exuding the spiritualism deeply set in Multan.
Multan also hosts Quila Kohna or Kohna Fort an architectural masterpiece made with bricks and Islamic design tiles dating back to 2,600 years and rebuilt 1,100 years ago. The district offers ample scenic views with botanical gardens and the Chenab River running through the city. You can enjoy a luxurious boat ride on the river, go horseback or camel riding or just sit by the water body for some quality time. Multan District is famous for its spiritual festivals as well as their culinary speciality, Multani Sohan Halwa a local dessert made with wheat flour, walnuts, almonds, milk and cardamom.
Other tourist attractions include Monument of Van Alexander Agnew located in Qasim Bagh, Kohna Fort, Hussain Agahi Bazaar, Clock Plaza, Bomanji Square and many more.
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