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We are OPEN with proper Sanitation and Hygiene care for all our guests during this time of public health crisis.
Found in the early 70's Hotel Sindbad - Multan was the only hotel serving the people of Multan. Since then it has been providing luxury rooms with unprecedented services and meeting and event venues to make your event a memorable one. Our loyalty and commitment to serve our guests in the best way possible for the last five decades has earned Hotel Sindbad - Multan an emblem of trust and prestige and is considered to be one of the best hotels in Multan. We are devoted to provide you with the quality services you would dream of.
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CREATING UNIQUE EVENTS
Tomb of Shah Yousuf Gardez
The tomb is the mausoleum of the Islamic saint Shah Yousuf Gardez who came to Multan in 1088 AD from present day Afghanistan's province Paktia from Gardez. The historical heart of the site located about 600 meters southwest of the former fort of Multan is a small cubical building with a flat roof, decorated on all sides with blue and white glazed tiles embellished with floral patterns and mirror-work on the interior. The tomb is merely
7 minutes drive from Hotel Sindbad Multan.
Tomb of Shah Rukn-e-Alam
The tomb is the mausoleum of the Sufi saint Sheikh Rukn-ud-Din Abul Fateh. The shrine is considered to be the earliest example of Tughluq architecture, and is one of the most impressive shrines in the Indian subcontinent. The shrine attracts over 100,000 pilgrims to the annual urs festival that commemorates his death. The tomb is hardly 11 minutes drive from Hotel Sindbad Multan.
The Multan Fort
The Multan Fort, a military installation, was a landmark of South Asian defence and architecture. According to some estimates the original fort was built between 800 and 1000 B.C. The fort was destroyed by British forces during British colonial rule. The site of this mostly destroyed fortress is now a park with a museum, scenic views & shrines. The tomb is hardly 10 minutes drive from Hotel Sindbad Multan.
Tomb of Shah Shamsuddin Sabzwari
The tomb is the mausoleum of the Muslim Sufi missionary Shah Shamsuddin Sabzwari from Sabzawar in present-day Iran. Shamsuddin Sabzwari arrived in Multan in early 1200C.E. in modern Pakistan, established a dargah and preached Islam to the local population. Shamsuddin Sabzwari is considered to be a saint due to his poetry and the local traditions. The tomb is merely 10 minutes drive from Hotel Sindbad Multan.
Ghanta Ghar Multan
Clock Tower Multan or Ghanta Ghar Multan is city government headquarters of Multan in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It was built in 1884 A.D. during British Raj in British India.The tomb is hardly 7 minutes drive from Hotel Sindbad Multan.
Tomb of Bibi Jawindi
The Tomb of Bibi Jawindi is one of the five monuments in Uch Sharif, Punjab, Pakistan, that are on the tentative list of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Dating back to the 15th century, the shrine was built in the spirit of the historical Sufi premier Bibi Jawindi. The tomb is 1 hour 40 minutes drive from Hotel Sindbad Multan.
While staying with at Hotel Sindbad - Multan you can go on to visit the rich history that envelopes Multan City. From Sufi Shrines to abandoned temples to lively markets, Multan City is one of the oldest living cities in the world that has culture and history nowhere else to be found in Pakistan.
PLACES NEAR HOTEL SINDBAD - MULTAN
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