Please be aware that Daylight Saving Time
(DST) is not used in Karachi.
Without DST clocks do not change in Karachi, keeping the same UTC offset throughout the year.
Facts About Karachi
Information for Travelers
Karachi is Pakistan's largest city and the capital of Sindh province; until 1959 it was the Pakistani capital.
With a population of 14.9 million, Karachi is one of the largest cities in the world.
Always in business, Karachi's streets are a cacophony of colorful buses, rushing people and the infectious energy of their daily hustle.
Dating back to 1865, the Frere Hall building recalls the time when Pakistan was part of the British Indian colony.
Surrounded by lush gardens, today the building serves as a library and art gallery.
Designed by Henry Saint Clair Wilkins, Frere Hall is located in the Saddar district, which is also home to many other picturesque colonial architecture.
Karachi, once the humble prehistoric abode of Sindhi fishermen, is now a booming urban economy that sustains the country with its large seaports.
If you love all things sea, then Churna Island , which is just a two-hour drive from central Karachi, is a must-visit.
Winters are not only a great time to visit Karachi because of its mild cold weather, but also because it's the time when you can spot turtles at Turtle Beach.
This beach is home to green sea turtles that come out to lay their eggs in the sand. It is also a good picnic spot.
Read about Karachi in Wikipedia