Manchester of PakistanFaisalabad, formerly named Lyallpur, is the hub of textile production in Pakistan. It is also known as the "Manchester of Pakistan".
Ghanta Gharclock tower - This is the main market of Faisalabad and it is also the oldest area of the city. Here you can also find the remains of buildings which mainly belonged to the British Raj before Pakistan came into being. Interestingly, this market has eight bazaars markets which together form a "Union Jack" British flag, being a part of the construction work under the British Raj.
Gatwala Parkis situated on the Faisalabad-Shekhupura Road. It is a common picnic spot for schools and occasionally families.
D groundis the second most important market after Ghanta Gghar. This is also the busiest area in the evening. Here local people usually come out in the evening just for an outing, or for shopping. You will also find a lot of restaurants here.
Happy Land Water Parkis a beautiful park built up on international level. It is a complete entertainment centre for families. It has the biggest water slides in Pakistan. It is also equipped with amazing swings for both children and adults.
Rex Cityis a a big computer market. Here you can find computer sales and service shop easily, as well as CD and mobile shops and computer software and hardware experts.
Internet Serviceswell known companies such as "Cyber net", Wolnet", "Dancom", "Nexlinx" and "Satcom" provide high speed Internet services.
Jinnah Gardenis also a beautiful park in the city commonly known as "Company Bagh". The tomb of H.E SIR CHARLES JAMES LYALL, is situated here. He was the founder of this city and the city was first named LYALL PUR in his honor.
Am Tex Waterfallis located at Am Tex Squire, Abdullah Pur. It is the biggest artificial waterfall in Asia.
Canal Parkis located at the west bank of Rakh Branch Canal. It is also a good outing place for families.
The Chenab_ClubThe majestic Chenab Club standing in the shades of trees and complemented by vast lush green lawns, is located in the beautiful surroundings of "Jinnah Garden". The club is in the heart of the city, just a short walk from Railway Station and within walking distance of Clock Tower.
University of Agriculture, Faisalabad. More than 50 acadmic departments, offering upto Ph.D. degrees