Welcome to STDC

Sindh Tourism Development Corporation Promotes tourism by creating awareness of Sindh’s unique wealth of its natural, religious, cultural and historical heritage through a dynamic, sustainable promotional strategy to project them together with our and a well-developed infrastructure.

Managing and providing recreation and amusement facilities, services and assistance.

To achieve the sustainable tourism development targets by a bottom-up approach to upraise it at Local and Regional level and to attract the investments in Tourism Sector.

One such service is our on-line Booking & Reservation System, within our Website, to provide intending Tourists to elect their choice of our hospitality units and book their requirements of Rooms in any of the twenty plus hotels, motels and rest houses owned and operated by us in Sindh.

Hotel & Resorts

Meetings & Events

STDC holds second meeting in 23 years since establishment KARACHI:
21 August - 2018

The Sindh Tourism Development Corporation (STDC), which is supposed to promote tourism in the province, has held only two meeting in the last 23 years. Official sources from the tourism department told The Express Tribune that the corporation was set up in 1994 with motives to take important decisions for Sindh’s tourism but its first board meeting was held in 2008, as no one was interested in working on its objectives. “Today, after 23 years, we have held a second meeting and decided to revamp STDC,” an official in the tourism department said, adding that many Tourist spots and historical places come under the corporation but all of them are getting ruined with the passage of time. Keenjhar Lake rest houses and Haleeji Motel in Thatta, Lal Shahbaz Motel and Shah Saddar Motel in Sehwan, Sambara Inn Hotel in Larkana, Mohenjo Daro Motel, Paradise Point and Hawke’s Bay in Karachi, Lakhi in Sehwan, Marvi Motel Mitti in Tharparkar are among other places which are deteriorating with the negligence of relevant department. “Chief minister (CM) has been the chairperson of the STDC board and is supposed to chair meetings to make important decisions for promoting the industry and build Tourist spots but no CM took the task seriously,” sources said, adding that the funds, worth millions of rupees, generated from available Tourists spots have been bungled by officials

Keenjhar Mela
26 May - 2016

Karachi, May 26, 2016 (PPI-OT):The Sindh Tourism Development Corporation (STDC) Culture, Tourism and Antiquities Department Government of Sindh is organizing “Keenjhar Mela” on 28th and 29th May 2016 at Keenjhar Lake Resort District Thatta for promotion of Domestic Tourism and providing entertainment to common masses. The main features of the program are musical concert, musician performances, cooking competition, stalls of arts and crafts etc, boat race, matka race and other activities..

Mountain Film Festival
26 November - 2016

As many as 40 films on Mountains from Everest to K2 and Karoonjhar to Khirthar range are ready to be screened at the Auditorium of National Museum of Pakistan from Friday. This is the first of its kind event that the Sindh Culture department has organized the festival to highlight the Mountain Ranges in the province and all around the world, said the Sindh Minister for Culture, Tourism and Antiquities Syed Sardar Ali Shah in a statement issued here on Thursday said.

The minister said Syed Nasir Hussain Shah, Minister for Transport will inaugurate the film festival on Friday and the main purpose of the First Sindh Mountain Film Festival is to introduce Sindh's varied natural beauty of mountains, their ecosystem and the life of inhabitants of these area. This is such a fascinating event for the Tourists, students, researchers, and those have keen interest in documentary film making, he added. Giving details on the occasion regarding the Film Festival, the Managing Director Sindh Tourism Development Corporation (STDC) Nazeer Soomro said, "We will screen 40 films on Mountains and among them there are 5 films on Sindh that would be presented for Screening in this Festival.