Hazrat Meeran Ali shrine, Haider Badshah R.A. (In Tahlianwala).
Hazrat baba Salman Paras Shrine, (near bank of river Jhelum).
Rohtas Fort. This fort belonged to the Rajputs and Raja Salwan, who are the descendants of the Sohlan Rajputs. This branch of the Rajputs mainly resides today in the Azad Kashmir areas of Mirpur (Koonjar Nawab and Jabot)and Kotli (Narr Mando), nowadays, though some are in the UK. By Raja Wajid Khan koonjar Nawab/Slough uk
Jhelum River Bridge.
Saint John's Church.
Damri Valli Sarkar (10734), from Mangla Cantt. Religious Shrine(33 03,73 45)
Take a Bath at Jhelum River's Cold water
Laces, opposite city police station Jhelum (Near Telenor Head Office), ☎ 0544-720008, . 10:00am-8:pm. Specialize in Designer footwear, garments, and accessories
Tulip Riverside Hotel, GT Road, River bank, Jhelum, ☎ +92-544-652555(6), . The hotel is ideally positioned in the middle of Islamabad and Lahore, eminent for its supreme design and architecture, standing tall since 18th of September 2003 between the bridges connecting Jhelum and Sarai Alamgir. in few years of time Tulip Riverside hotel has become one of the most recognized hotels of Pakistan. Daily commuters, foreigners and locals of the neighborhood enjoy its high standards of services, food and picturesque exquisiteness. The hotel rooms are provided with the optimum facilities, river view and numerous recreational activities in the hotel.
malik's subah ka nashta, chowk ahle hadees. traditional punjabi breakfast aka halwa puri.one of the oldest breakfast place in town,very very delicious must pay a visit if you are in the town
Fresh Juice of Sugarcane
subah ka nashta, chowk ahle hadees. traditional breakfast aka halwa puri and chholay
malik mohmmad rafiq kaka ka nashta, chowk ahle hadees.
Tulip River view Hotel, River Jhelum Bridge.
Al-Bilal Hotel, GT Road near Kala Gujran.
Mehwish Hotel, adjusent GC GT road, Jhelum.
Zeelaf Hotel and Restaurant, GTS Chowk, Kazim Kamal Road.
Makki Hotel, GT road Jhelum.
Al- Madeena Restaurant, GT road Jhelum.
Lehri Nature Park is situated in Jhelum District, northern Punjab, Pakistan. The park is almost 90 kilometres on GT Road in the hilly Pothohar region from Islamabad and almost 40 kilometers from Jhelum City. It is 10 kilometres from GT Road. The park has lodgings for the night. It is named after the Union Council of the village Lehri. Lehri village is approx 10miles from the park. The residents of Lehri village are mainly the descendants of the Gakhar tribe of the Pothohar region in Pakistan.