Sialkot Travel Guide

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Sialkot Things to Do


    Visiting Head Marala in the evening is very joyful. It has open water scenes and then walking on the bridge is delightful. You have a change from the hustle and bustle of the city. It is located about 40- 45 minutes drive from Sialkot. You will find number of visitors on holidays enjoying with families and spending day along river side. Its a good...


    Clock tower is located in the Saddar Bazzar and it does adds to the background of an ancient cantonment. It has been renovated many a times but the original structure is not changed

  • Head Marala River

    (date visited - Jan. 11, 2004)This river actually came from the mountainous areas of Doda, Ramban, Salal and Reasi and then makes its way across the plains, finally entering the Punjab province of Pakistan at Head Marala.


Sialkot Restaurants

  • The Oldest

    I have been visiting this hotel very often to have lunches and dinners while I was very young. It had amazing and tasty food items. The restaurant still exists and serves standard food items but now there are many other fast food outlets and EAT MORE is totally ignored by many. Mutton Quorma and freshly cooked bread and the locally made ice cream

  • Don't Miss The Pulaao

    The Resturant is located in the heart of the city, Chowk Allama Iqbal. Very busy and very noisey area, but the taste of the food attracts people to come and dine from all parts of the city. Next to the resturant a very famous dining spot, Chaman Food, offers excellent icecreams and creamy tea. The best to places to enjoy Pakistani food, besides...

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Sialkot Transportation

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    CAR, BUS, and Rail

    by maztek Updated Sep 24, 2007

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    Sialkot is connected with Lahore and Islamabad Rawalpindi with all three means. Daewoo Bus Service is the best to reach Sialkot if you are not using cab or car. Within Sialkot you will not find any worthwhile means. You will have to rely on your own transport or hire a car. At one time the TANGAS was the only transport within Siakot.


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Sialkot Shopping


    While traveling to and from Sialkot on a car, you will find number of factories of garments, sports gadgets and stainless steel items. Some of these have display centers if you could manage to visit them. At times you are promted to make purchases on exmill rates from them. These are not bad buys.

  • Cheap fruits

    Fruits stand can be seen everywhere and oranges here are really cheap. You can buy Rs 1 for small one and Rs 3 for big one.Early in the morning, there are vendors selling 100 pieces of oranges for Rs 50!!

  • Don't Forget Insurance

    If your current health insurance doesn't cover you while your abroad, you should consider getting international travel insurance just in case something should go wrong.

Sialkot Local Customs

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    by shintarojon Updated Apr 7, 2004

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    Mehndi - the traditional and beautiful art of applying henna in ladies hands and feet. Floral pattern is commonly used specially during special occassions like Eid, wedding, etc.

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Sialkot Off The Beaten Path

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    by maztek Updated Sep 15, 2007

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    Our great poet was born here in the thickly populated area of the city known as Kashmiri Bazzr. I have been to the house many a times. We can't forget this man being as national hero.

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Sialkot Favorites

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    by maztek Written Sep 21, 2007

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    Favorite thing: Living in Sialkot can keep you busy from dawn till dusk. A typical Punjab province city where mostly people speak Punjabi. They love their guest and go out of the way to make them comfortable. Bazzars and markets are full of local foods and culture. Lot of TONGAS, the transport means, can be seen here. Sports items and stainless steel utensils are the most famous products. The best rice are grown here. During 65 and 71 wars, Sialkot became very famous being located on the border of Pakistan and India.

    Fondest memory: Liked its food and bazzars

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