Best of Karachi

This list is for people who wants to see the best of Karachi but dont have much time to spend.

Karachi with Children

Karachi has several attractions that can entertain children. From museums to amusement parks and adventure parks, there are plenty of them in the city.

Karachi Beach Adventure

Karachi Coastline is “blessed and bountiful” for fishermen and adventure seekers exploring snorkelling, scuba-diving, paragliding and angling.

Classical Karachi Tour

Historic Karachi tour is an itinerary for an ultimate way to spend your two days exploring the historic city of Karachi.

Tribute to Mohatta Palace

Mohatta Palace is one of the most recognized landmarks of Karachi built during late 1920s by Shivratan Mohatta, an ambitious businessman from Marwar.

Thursday, October 5, 2017

Top Rooftop Restaurants in Karachi

Enjoy the panoramic view of the City of Karachi along with the great food at these top rooftop restaurants in Karachi. Enjoy our list and if you think that we missed out your favorite place, please write to us in the comments box below. Also, Karachi is a very windy city so be prepared for the wind factor at these rooftop restaurants. This list doesn't include open air terrace restaurants and the ones at Do Darya.

1. BBQ Tonight, Clifton



For the best views of Downtown Karachi, head to the Roof Top Grill of BBQ tonight. It is located on the third floor of the restaurant. Upon the entrance, look for the elevator and ask for the rooftop.

2. The Ocean Grill/ Kolachi, Ocean Tower, Clifton




Located on the fifth floor of the Ocean Mall in Clifton, Ocean Grill is an exquisite fine-dining restaurant with amazing views of the Clifton Skyline and the beach area.


3. Sky BBQ & Pizza, Avari Towers, Saddar


Located at the roof top of Avari Towers, Sky BBQ & Pizza is another great rooftop restaurant with great food. It is the best option if you want to dine under the stars with a great view of the lighted city of Karachi on a hot summer evening to celebrate a happy occasion or a milestone.

4. Orerry Ogrill



This is another great rooftop restaurant offering high class casual and formal dinning.


Tuesday, September 13, 2016

The Bahria Icon Tower in Karachi is now the tallest building in South Asia

Yet again Karachi did it! Karachi now has the tallest building in South Asia - The Bahria Icon Tower in Clifton.

This would be the second time a building in Pakistan has held the title since the HBL Tower held the title for 7 years between 1963-1970, being the tallest building in Asia (1963-1968) and the first building in Asia to be taller than 100m.

With 62 floors, Bahria Icon Tower is 286 meters (938 ft).

Monday, September 12, 2016

Uber now launches in Karachi

The worlds most popular ride sharing service UBER is now in Karachi and offering a minimum fare rate of Rs150 on its go services with a charge of Rs9.38 per kilometer and Rs2 per minute.

“We are thrilled to announce uberGO is now available in Karachi, which means getting around your city has never been easier. You can now request a safe, reliable and affordable ride at the tap of a button,” read a statement on its website.

Uber also stated its sample fares for Karachi with a ride from PAF Museum in Gullshan to BBQ tonight in Clifton to cost around Rs300 while one from Aga Khan hospital to Jinnah International Airport to cost Rs220.

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Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Urban Landscape - Aamir Kanji Gardens


The Aamir Kanji Gardens may be  small in its scale but in its effects is nothing less than surreal. Formally inaugurated on December 19, 2013 by His Highness the Aga Khan, the Aamir Kanji Gardens sees approximately 20,000 visitors and has garnered a reputation for its unique landscaping, on campus and in the city of Karachi.

Enclosed within the Ambulatory Care Zone – comprising the Jenabai Hussainali Shariff, Ibn Zuhr and Nazerali Walji Buildings – and the Service Building, the Gardens serves both as a pedestrian walkway and drop-off point to the buildings in the southern zone of the campus. The concept of the Garden was to provide a space where patients, attendants and visitors can sit and relax — as open green spaces can exert positive psychological effects in hospital care.

Previously a plain strip of tarmacked road, the space’s transformation into a serene landscape has been led by the Lebanon-based Vladimir Djurovic Landscape Architecture group. Mr Djurovic has had an extensive association with the Aga Khan Development Network and is currently working on the Aga Khan Museum in Canada. More notably, he was the 2007 recipient of the Aga Khan Award for Architecture for the Samir Kassir Square in Beirut, Lebanon.

The design of the Gardens is a contemporary - adaptation of  traditional Islamic landscaping with over 100 different species of plants. A 125-year-old silk floss tree - is the highlight of the Gardens.  To add to the tranquillity, two ponds lined with pebbles have been placed centrally. Meanwhile, the flooring is entirely in granite to withstand wear and tear, with spotlights providing soft accenting. Long marble ledges throughout the gardens canprovide seating for up to 284 visitors and patients.

To provide continuity in the overall look of the campus, the walls along the Gardens are plastered with weeping plaster and the seating is made of red marble from the north-west of Pakistan.

The total cost of the project - is $3.4 million, of which $2.5 million was a  generous donation from the Kanji family.

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