Bagh Ibne Qasim

Clifton, Karachi

Bagh Ibne Qasim

Bin Qasim Park Clifton Karachi has another famous recall name among local people called "Bagh Ibne Qasim Park", is a huge beautiful Garden, located in Shahrah-e-Firdausi, Clifton, Sindh, Pakistan. It was opened by President Pervez Musharraf on 27 February 2007. The area spread around about to 130 acres in land.

Whereas, Bagh Ibn-e-Qasim was created by the Clifton Beach Development Project on the location of the former Toyland Theme Park at a cost of Rs 600/-Millions.

This magnificent park consists of many attractive statues for the visitors around like dinosaurs, stone canopies, a beautiful colorful fountain in between the park which attract the visitors more, after that, full of greenery around with plenty of different type of flowers can be seen, which has been relaxing around in this busy life.

In daily basis, uncounted nature lover visitors come and spend their evening with their families, friends, along with their relatives enjoy here for joy, Herewith, for the children's and youngsters, located a fun land, which has a lots of new swings, slides, food court around and much more other attractive features to be seen. It's a full of entertaining spots for amusement activities.

At night, Bin Qasim Park Clifton Karachi, can be seen from far with full of lightens surrounds, which make this Park more magnificent and stunning.

Alias Names

Bin Qasim Park Karachi • باغ ابنِ قاسم

Established Opened on 27 February 2007

Park & Garden

NearBy Landmark Opposite Park Towers
Location Clifton, Karachi
City / Town Karachi
State Sindh
Country Pakistan

Bagh Ibn-e-Qasim, Shahrah-e-Firdousi, Clifton, Block 3, Karachi

Geo Coordinates 24.81275 °N,    67.02529000000004 °E

Travelor Instructions

Bagh Ibne Qasim Park Visit Timings

All Days Open - 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Sunday - Family Day

Bagh Ibne Qasim Map


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