Pearl Continental Hotel Karachi

Address: Club Road, Karachi, Pakistan | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located in the سٹی ریلوے کالونی area of Karachi, is near Margalla Hills, Rawal Lake, Shakarpariyan Hills, and Rose and Jasmine Garden.
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    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Travel Blogs from Karachi

    Karachi, Pakistan

    A travel blog entry by southernsun on May 07, 2015

    33 photos

    ... broke down twice on the way, retrieving water from houses to keep the temperature undercontrol, working to the light of an iphone.... We limped up to the cinema, I could but leave him to it and I went up to the cinema. Another ticket to Gabbar had me in the cinema with enough light before the film to look around, and after 15 minutes was ready to go. I had a plan to get to the Capri back in town by 10.30pm so I could finally see ...

    What I learned

    A travel blog entry by grace.kefer on Nov 19, 2012


    ... and learned there was a Catholic church and orphanage not far from where we were staying. Next time I visit, I will have no excuse to miss Sunday mass! I met many native Pakistanis but many people I met were from other countries in the middle east. Not only were they from other countries, they often lived in other parts of the world prior to coming to Pakistan. I was starting to feel self-concious ...

    Pre-trip Babble

    A travel blog entry by monisriz on Jun 16, 2012

    1 comment

    ... companion for the trip. To use an old backpacking adage “have-pack-will-travel” – there is simply no backing off anymore. Such a trip requires hours and hours of research, unless you’re a person comfortable with just winging it along the way. I, however, need a bit of a structure to my plans and a sense of comfort that I know what I am doing. So, a lot of time has been spent nailing down a doable itinerary, looking ...

    The beautiful ruins of Makli Hill

    A travel blog entry by dprlsf on Dec 11, 2010

    35 photos

    ... and crumbling with time; these tombs were built between the 13th and 16th centuries. It really is amazing that any of them survive; it is easy to tell where these people fell on the economic scale, as the poor just have mounds covered by rocks. While at Makli Hill, there was a group that was being escorted by a security detail consisting of one armed guard. He followed them everywhere; I now understood what Jerry ...

    Journey to Mirpurkhas

    A travel blog entry by shahpoto on Aug 06, 2009

    6 comments, 8 photos

    ... from Hyderabad city, take central Jail road and turn right along Phuleli Canal. You may face a little hindrance through this road due to the construction work in progress for fly over. However, there is an alternate road, directions to which can be asked from any local resident or shop keeper.

    Now you are at Hyd-Mpk road and one hour away from your destination. Slow down your speed as this one hour is worth ...