Ayub Bridge (Urdu: ایوب پل ), named after Field Marshal Mohammad Ayub Khan (President of Pakistan), is a railway bridge over the Indus river between Rohri and Sukkur in Sindh province, Pakistan. The bridge is about 806 feet long, 247 feet high and cost Rs21.6 million. Ayub Bridge, can be truly declared as one of the prides of Sukkur.
New Sukkur was established during the British era alongside the village of Sukkur. Sukkur's hill, along with the hill on the river island of Bukkur, form what is sometimes considered the "Gate of Sindh," in reference to the city's location along the frontier that separates the historical Sindhi heartland from the Saraiki-speaking regions to the north.
Sukkur Airport, located 8 km outside of the city, is served by Pakistan International Airlines, with direct flights to Karachi, Lahore, and Islamabad. Administration The city of Sukkur is the capital of Sukkur Division and also Divisional and district headquarters.
Lab e Mehran is a puplic park, developed by Irrigation Department on the right bank of river Indus. It provides unique views of mighty river Indus and the giant Sukkur Barrage. It has a large number of visitors throughout the day. The park have a lush green lawn, play area for kids, boating facility, food stalls and a cafe for it's visitors.
Sindh is full of religious places particularly the area of Sukkur and Rohri city no matter what religion it is. If we talk particularly about Hindu temples, then there’s a very famous and old one by the name of Sadhu Island or Sadh Belo. In Urdu it is called Sadhu Bela.
The Sukkur Barrage, is the pride of Pakistan’s Irrigation system as it is the largest single Irrigation network of its kind in the world. It irrigates from Sukkur District in the North, to Mirpurkhas/ Tharparkar and Hyderabad districts in the South of Sindh, almost all parts of the Province except few.