Sindh, Pakistan


Larkana City Pakistan is one of the famous city in Sindh, located in Sindh, Pakistan. This city is well known for its traditional style Sindhi Karachi fabric, crafting, designing, and its sweets halwas which is available in larkana bakery.

Moreover, Larkana city living people are very honest, hardworking, simple style traditional following lover people, there population is not more than 7 or 8 thousand, they usually seem to be spoken sindhi language in their daily routine.

Similarly, at larkana city Pakistan has many attractive and historical places for the visitors to be explore which has not been explore yet, like Eid Gah Jamia Masjid, Lahori Jamia Masjid, Shahi Bazaar, Sonarki Bazaar, Resham Gali Larkana, Mohenjo daro, Shrines, Museums, parks and several other interesting and informative spots are waiting.

Alias Names




Highway Code N55
Location Sindh, Pakistan
State Sindh
Country Pakistan

Larkana, Sindh, Pakistan

Geo Coordinates 27.5645947904741 °N,    68.2030391693115 °E

Larkana Attractions

Larkana city Around Attractive Places

  • Eid Gah Jamia Masjid
  • Lahori Jamia Masjid
  • Qasmia Masjid
  • Allah Wari Masjid
  • St Joseph Catholic Church
  • Protestant Church
  • Larkana Bakery
  • City Bakery
  • Dolphin bakery
  • Macys center
  • Asghar Plaza Mobile Market
  • Shahi Bazaar
  • Sonarki Bazaar
  • Resham Gali Bazaar
  • Khatan (Pickle) Bazaar
  • Seyoo Bazaar
  • Machhi (Fish) Market
  • Meat Market
  • Sabzi (Vegetable) Market
  • Sabzi Mandi
  • Mohenjo daro

Travelor Instructions

Larkana City Sindh Pakistan Visit Timings

Monday - Sunday - 24 Hours open

Larkana Map



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