Karachi is the capital of Sindh Province and the largest city in Pakistan. It is the number one business city in Pakistan as well. Although touristically it is not the most interesting place in Pakistan, the fast paced life-style of this mega-city will have a big impact on you. There is a lot to do and see here such as shopping, nightlife and eating out, far more than anywhere else in Pakistan. THATTA:Ninety-eight kms (60 miles) to the east of Karachi, on the National Highway, lays the ancient town of Thatta. Once called the EI Dorado of the east. This busy river port of yore-before the Indus moved off to the east is now famous for some of the most picturesque and interesting specimens of Muslim architecture. Although the vestiges of past glories are of past glories are of comparatively recent origin, dating mainly to the 16th and 17th centuries, the history of Thatta goes back some two thousand years. Moenjodaro (Mound of the Dead) is situated on the West Bank of the river Indus. It was discovered in 1922, having one of the earliest and most developed urban civilizations of the ancient world. It is the part of the Indus River civilization of Harapa discovered in 1921, 1287.48 km away from Moenjodaro. River Indus civilization flourished from somewhere third till the middle of second millenium BC. before it vanished from the world. Rest of the journey takes you through the silkroute into China.