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Kadanwari Airport / Airstrip is the private domestic airport situated at Kadanwari in the Sindh province of Pakistan. The airport is owned and operated by OMV Pakistan, an integrated international oil and gas company headquartered in Vienna. It has an asphalt 12/30 runway at the length of 7874 feet / 2400 metres and resides at an elevation of 197 feet / 60 metres above mean sea level. Its fleet consists of a twin-turboprop, short-haul regional airliner, ATR 42.

What to see & do

Karachi Zoological Garden - The Karachi Zoo is situated on the Nishter Road and Sir Agha Khan III Road in Karachi. It is the second oldest zoo in Pakistan after Lahore Zoo. Special attractions of the zoo include the following; the Natural History Museum is used for research and academic purposes, and displays stuffed animals, skins, fur, antlers, et c., the Reptile house has 13 species of snakes and lizards as residents, and the Mughal Garden has seasonal flora and Mughal-style fountains. The most famous exhibit is the Elephant house, home of two female African bush elephants from the Karachi Safari Park. The zoo also features the Karachi Municipal Aquarium, which contains an approximate number of 300 fishes of 30 species in 28 tanks.

Mohenjo-daro - Mohenjo-daro lies on the Larkana District of Sindh. It built around 2600 BCE, and was one of the world's major urban settlements and one of the largest of the ancient Indus Valley Civilization. Rediscovered in 1922, the archaeological site was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1980. The original name of the city is unknown, but the modern name Mohenjo-daro is Sindhi for Mound of the Dead. One of the most notable finds in the site is the bronze statuette entitled 'Dancing Girl', which is about 10.5 centimetres high and is estimated to be about 4,500 years old. Another is the Seven-stranded Mohejo-daro necklace, with an s-shaped clasp that links seven 4ft-long strands of bronze-metal bead-like nuggets. The necklace is also at least 4,500 years old.

Mohatta Palace Museum - The palace located in Karachi, Sindh was originally the summer home of Hindu Marwari businessman Shivratan Chandraratan Mohatta in 1927. The architecture was designed by Agha Ahmed Hussain. In 1995 the palace was purchased by the Government of Sindh and converted it into a museum dedicated to Pakistan arts. The museum was formally opened to public in 1999.

How to get around Kadanwari

The Transport and Mass Transit Department is run by the Government of Sindh to provide the locals with safe, reliable, and affordable public transportation. For intercity routes, there are buses, air-conditioned coaches, non-air-conditioned coaches and buses, and Hiace Vans available. Students are given a fifty percent discount off the normal fare, which can be found in the Transport and Mass Transit Department's official website. There are also vehicles for rent in Kadanwari, and you can choose whether you prefer automatic or manual transmission.

How to get there

Kandawari Airport is served by Pakistan International Airlines and Aircraft Sales and Services Limited. The former has regularly scheduled charter flights, and both connect to the Jinnah International Airport in Karachi, the capital and largest city of the Sindh province.

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