Hyderabad: According to media sources, Sindh Secretary of State for Culture and Tourism Abdul Rahim Soomro declared on Thursday (October 21) that tour services to historical and heritage sites in Hyderabad will begin on November 14 and will encourage tourism.
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People from all around the country can register for the heritage site tours, according to the Sindh secretary. More information on the tour services was provided by the secretary, who noted that a virtual tour of historical landmarks would be included in the briefing on tourism destinations. A tour of other prominent places in other cities around the country will be provided by the district government in partnership with the culture department.
Tourists will also be accommodated with boarding and lodging arrangements, as well as given information about the places. According to Hyderabad Commissioner Abbas Baloch, a tourist committee would be formed to finalise all of the arrangements. Hyderabad, he continued, is a city rich in historical sites and tourist attractions that will be properly developed to increase tourism.
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Mir’s mausoleum, Mukhi House, Mitha Ram hostel, Hasrat Mohani library, Ghulam Shah Kalhoro’s tomb, Besant Hall, and other historical sites have been preserved so far, while work on other historical structures is ongoing.
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