There is no as such night...
There is no as such night life. But you can go to any shopping areas to find some activity happening.
Local Handicrafts: Multan is famous for various types of souvenirs, Multani Khussa (shoes), embroidery work of all types, thread and 'Aar' work costumes for ladies,
embroidered cloths cholas or kurtas "for men" painted and glazed earthen pottery. Camel skin products, carpets and lacquered wooden
products etc. are available in the narrow colourful bazaars.
shopping centres are Bazaar Hussain Agahi, Chowk Bazaar, Bohar Gate, Haram
Gate, Delhi Gate, Lohari Gate and Pak Gate Bazaars in the old city and the
Cantonment shopping areas.
men in rural areas wear a 'Pag' or 'Patka' (turban) or sometimes a 'Kulla'
White or blue waist cloth or 'Majhla', a 'Chola' or long shirt and a 'Chadar'
worn over the shoulders. Amongst educated class in urban area,
Shalwar-Qameez and the western dress is common. Women wear Shalwar, 'Lehnga'
or 'Ghagra', 'Chola' and 'Kurta' of bright colours. Short sleeved 'Choli'
or 'Kurti' is also worn in the rural areas. The head is covered with 'Bochan'
or dupatta or embroidered and Phulkari chadars