Faisalabad Sights and Landmarks Guide, Pakistan
Want to explore more interesting places with remarkable sights? Then, try to visit and stroll around the areas of Faisalabad in Pakistan to discover and view their many wonderful sights. Just like the other cities, some of the sights that can be found in the city Faisalabad is came from the influence of the ancient architectures.
The dry port of the Faisalabad as well as the Khurranwala, which is known as the second biggest industrial town are just some of the famous sights of the town. The Manchester Pakistan in Faisalabad, originally named as Lyallpur, is the textile production’s hub in Pakistan. The clock tower of the city also catches the attention of several vacationers in town. It was also called as the Ghenta Ghar. This is considered as the major market of Faisalabad and is known to be the oldest site of the town. The remains of structures that is generally owned by the British Raj prior to the existence of Pakistan can also be found to this site. The market has its eight interesting bazaars.
If you want to feel something fresh and looking for a more relaxing place, you can rove around the Getwala Park that is situated at the near corner of Faisalabad. Subsequent to the Ghenta Ghar, the second most significant market in town is the D’ Ground. The area is too busy, especially at night. Many people from all walks of life came to this area, usually at night for their outing. Here, you can also find various restaurants.
The Happy Land Water is a fine looking park that was built with an international level. It could be a perfect entertainment quarter for families. The park has the largest water slides of Pakistan. What is more interesting about this site, is its amazing swings that can be played by both adults and children. Nearby is the Rex City; it is a gigantic computer market where you can find some computer services and sales, CD, and mobile shops with computer hardware and software experts. Aside from the famous parks mentioned, the Jinnah Garden is also a stunning park of the town that is generally called as the “company Baagh” where Sir Charles James Lyall’s tomb is located. He was the one who had founded the city and the town’s original name Lyallpur was adopted to acknowledge him.
Once you visit Faisalabad, you should not miss to drop by and see some of its remarkable and prehistoric sights that were built to entertain its visitors.
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