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Karachi is the capital of the Pakistani province of Sindh and the most populous city in Pakistan. Measuring 3,527 square kilometres and consisting of almost 17 million people, this bustling metropolis offers everything from remarkable historical sights, exciting outdoor adventures, shopping to endless opportunities to eat.
Learn about Karachi's glorious past and Pakistani culture by visiting numerous historical places in the city. From the 19-century Wazir Mansion, the birthplace of the founder of Pakistan, to Chaukhandi Tombs, a UNESCO World Heritage site famous for exquisite sandstone carvings depicting both geometrical and floral motifs, to the Frere Hall, one of Karachi's most iconic structures and the spectacular Mohatta Palace Museum, Karachi is sure to amaze you.
For culture lovers, there are many cultural experiences to enjoy in Karachi. Shop at the colourful Empress Market, which traces its origins to the British rule. Here, you can find everything from fresh flowers, wholesale textiles, spices and unique pieces of furniture. If you're a film lover, attend the Pakistan Calling Film Festival, which puts the spotlight on the work of the independent filmmakers of Pakistan. If you admire aircrafts and all things aeronautic, then the Pakistan Air Force Museum is a must-visit. The museum is home to different planes, jets, radars and other weaponry that have been used by the Pakistan Air Force throughout the years.
For those looking to get outside and enjoy nature, you're in luck. Karachi offers a bunch of fun outdoor activities to choose from. From camel-riding at the Clifton Beach to snorkelling and scuba diving in the French Beach to strolling around Karachi Zoo, which is home to more than 800 animals, including Bengal tigers and pumas, the opportunities to get outside are endless. If you're looking to challenge yourself, then a visit to the Karachi Gliding Club is worth it. Here, you can try a range of air, land and sea sports, including paragliding, powered parachuting, jet skiing and much more.
Finally, no trip to Karachi would be complete without exploring the culinary side of the city. In Karachi, you can find everything from the classic Pakistani Gola Ganda, crushed ice topped with chunks of fresh fruit, ice cream and chocolate to savoury street food staples like Chana Chaat, a vibrant chickpea salad, and Dahi Bhalay, fried lentil cakes covered in sweet yogurt sauce. With upscale cafés, restaurants at every price point and food markets open day and night, Karachi is a food paradise.
All in all, whether you travel for business or pleasure, Karachi is a place that's worth exploring.
So why fly business class to Karachi? There are many advantages to flying business class compared to economy. Enjoy perks ranging from priority security screening and check-in to boarding and extra baggage with no additional cost to you.
Avoid noisy crowds at the airport by accessing an exclusive business lounge dedicated to business passengers. At the lounge, indulge in delicious meals and drinks, catch up on work at the dedicated workstation area, or rest in a comfy leather chair before boarding.
Once onboard, experience lie-flat seating, extra legroom, gourmet meals, and a large selection of beverages, including fine wines, beer and spirits. For the ultimate level of comfort, grab a soft pillow and a blanket, noise-cancelling headphones and immerse yourself into hours of free streaming content on a bigger screen.
Finally, one of the best parts about being a business class passenger is a superior level of service onboard during the flight. Whether you need help with your carry-on luggage or you want a refreshing drink, you're never far away from a helping hand in a business class cabin.
Currently, there are no non-stop flights to Karachi from Australia – all routes involve at least one international stop and airline change. The typical stop would be in Bangkok, Thailand, with Thai Airways. Changing in Doha, Qatar, is also an option with Qatar Airways. The average flight time to Karachi is at least 15 hours: 10 hours to Bangkok, plus 5 hours connecting flight to Karachi.
So if you want to travel to Karachi in comfort, be sure to check out our range of business class flights to Karachi here at Globehunters, and feel free to contact our expert team of travel consultants where all that matters is you and the comfort of your trip.