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Pakistan, a charming cultural hub, is located in the southwestern part of Asia, bordering the spectacular Arabian Sea on the south with a population of almost up to 220 million. Pakistan is home to many historical landmarks and majestic natural beauties that are accompanied by fascinating sceneries all around. Buy your cheap flight ticket to Pakistan now and get ready for a unique journey!

Passengers who want to visit Pakistan can fly to Jinnah International Airport from Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen International Airport. The transportation from Jinnah International Airport to some of the largest cities in Pakistan is accessible with different modes of transportation available in the country.

Transportation to/from Jinnah International Airport

There are two public transport options to reach Jinnah International Airport from Karachi city centre. Buses and trains are prefered as convenient modes to catch a flight at Jinnah International Airport. These modes of transportation connect Shara-e-Faisal with Jinnah Terminal. For more details about the transportation to/from the airport, you can have a look at the official website. Also, it is possible to take a taxi or rent a car to get from the airport to the city centre.

Public Transport

Public transport options in Karachi and across Pakistan are relatively high. It is possible to find different modes of transportation that connect various cities and towns across Pakistan. Minibuses, buses (or coaches), and rickshaws are the three most common options to travel in Karachi.

There are a total of 9 bus lines in Karachi and 4 coach options which are Gulistan Coach, Safari Coach, Data Coach, and Super Hasan Zai Coach. If you would like to learn more about the bus lines in Karachi, you can find information here. There are three different bus lines: private, public, and CNG green buses. All of these options follow different routes and have different pricing.

Rickshaws, a type of car-sharing taxi, are also commonly preferred by the local people in Pakistan. These rickshaws can accommodate three people, and it is possible to divide the journey fee into three. There are 90,000 privately-operated rickshaws in Pakistan, so finding one of these vehicles is relatively easy if you don’t want to wait for a bus.

Is there a tourist travel card in Pakistan?

There is not a travel card specifically for tourists in Pakistan. Travellers in Pakistan can buy a standard ticket for different modes of transportation. It is important to keep in mind that rickshaws might only accept cash. Also, some buses might be cash-only, so it is better to carry some money to pay for the public transport.

Transportation Between Cities in Pakistan

Domestic flights are among the most prefered transportation methods between cities in Pakistan since the country is big and the distance between the towns is long. In addition to domestic flights, Pakistan has an extensive train network covering almost the entire land. However, intercity trains might be dangerous for tourists since these trains are overly crowded and uncomfortable. On the other hand, buses are also an option, especially to visit the nearby towns and villages around the big cities like Karachi. Renting a car can also be a convenient option in Pakistan.

Where to Stay in Pakistan?

Pakistan offers a wide range of accommodation options to its visitors from five-star hotels to affordable hotels, especially in its most populous city Karachi and capital city Islamabad.

If you are in Karachi to enjoy its spectacular historical attractions as well as its vibrant social atmosphere, it is recommended for you to stay in hotels located around Artillery Maidan and Aram Bagh neighborhoods. You can also stay in hotels around Karachi’s southern part where you will be close to its gorgeous coastline.

Islamabad, the modern capital city of Pakistan, also offers various accommodation options. “G-7 Markaz” neighborhood has many great hotels with top-tier features at the heart of the city.

We would love to help you organize your trip to Pakistan and you can book a hotel easily through our website.


Pakistan is an amazing country to explore with its impressive historical landmarks as well as its beautiful sceneries, absorbed in a lovely cultural atmosphere that is full of hospitality. The country offers a unique journey to one of the oldest continually habituated areas in the world. We listed some of these things you can do in Pakistan below and if you would like to know more about the country, you can check our detailed Pakistan Travel Guide.

  • Explore Mohatta Palace: Mohatta Palace is a famous landmark in Karachi and was built in 1927 as a summer palace for a prominent Hindu businessman. Today, the palace used as a museum that exhibits various Pakistani artworks. Mohatta Palace is an all-around amazing place to explore in Karachi with its spectacular gardens and iconic architectural style.
  • Walk on the Clifton Beach: Clifton Beach is one of the most popular attractions in Karachi thanks to its amazing sceneries and recreational activities, such as camel or horse riding on the beach. It is fun to wander along the coastline on a crowded day at Clifton Beach and engage with the locals.
  • Visit Frere Hall: Frere Hall is an impressive building from the British Colonial era in Karachi. The landmark was built in 1865 to honor Sir Henry Bartle Edward Frere who made significant contributions to the economic and cultural development of the city. Frere Hall now serves as an art gallery that is free for the public.
  • Marvel at PAF Museum: Karachi has one of the best aviation museums in the world, namely the PAF Museum. PAF is an aggravation of Pakistan Air Force and the museum has renowned military planes, jets, radars, and weapons on display from different eras of Pakistan’s aviation history.
  • Know More about Pakistan in the National Museum: Pakistan National Museum is a marvelous building that exhibits a wide range of artifacts relating to Pakistan’s rich history. There are many sculptures, paintings, relics, artifacts, and manuscripts hosted in the museum from Pakistan’s ancient history to its modern establishment.
  • Discover Churna Island: Churna Island is an inhabited island that is located 7 kilometers away from Karachi city center, on the Arabian Sea. The island is a spectacular place to enjoy many water sports thanks to its colorful marine life and clear seas. It is possible for visitors to enjoy cliff diving, jet-skiing, scuba diving, or snorkeling in Churna Island.

You can visit our detailed Karachi Travel Guide to learn more about Vienna and its spectacular attractions.

We use Jinnah International Airport for our flights in Pakistan. 

Jinnah International Airport

Jinnah International Airport (KHI) is located 20 kilometers away from the city center. You can get to Karachi city center from Jinnah International Airport with public bus, taxi, and rental car. Public buses are frequently available to the various parts of the city and the trip to Karachi city center approximately takes 45 minutes.


We listed some useful side notes about Pakistan for you right below.

Things to Know Before Visiting Pakistan

  • While English and Urdu are the official languages in Pakistan, there are many regional languages spoken in the country such as Pashto, Sindhi, Balochi, Punjabi, Potohari, Shina, Wakhi, and Burushaski. In urban areas, most locals can speak and understand English and Urdu well.
  • Pakistan is one of the most budget-friendly destinations in the world with low accommodation, food, and sightseeing expenses.
  • Pakistan uses Pakistani rupee as its currency and there are many exchange vendors in its main cities.
  • Most small shops, restaurants, and cafés do not accept payments with credit or debit cards so it can be useful for you to carry local cash.
  • In Pakistan, women are expected to cover their shoulders and knees with long trousers while wearing shorts for men is considered inappropriate as well.
  • Although Pakistan is a safe country to visit with low petty and violent crime rates in its main cities, it is recommended for you to avoid some of its regions such as Waziristan, Quetta, and Kashmir since they are disputed areas with high military presence.

Essential Numbers

Country Code: +92

Jinnah International Airport Number: +92 21 99071111

Official Tourism Information Number for Karachi: +92 21 992 06081

Medical Emergency Number: 15

Police Emergency Number: 15

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