TDCP opens modern Fort Monroe resort for tourists

MULTAN: The Tourism Development Corporation of Punjab (TDCP) has formally opened newly constructed TDCP Resort Fort Monroe, completed at a cost of about Rs70 million.

TDCP Dera Ghazi Khan Deputy Manager Sheikh Ijaz while talking to media, said that the resort has been opened for the people under the directions of Managing Director TDCP Asadullah Faiz Khan.

He further said that the TDCP Fort Monroe resort was the only modern and the tourists would enjoy their time in the resort.

The hotel was constructed on 16 kanal land with a boundary wall and a gate, so the tourists could feel safe. The resort was completed in two years, he said.

Ijaz said that there were in total ten bed rooms, including six double bedrooms in old block and three huts, adding that at least 25 people could stay in the hotel at a time.

Separate huts have been built for families in new block of the resort. Likewise, amphitheatre, three gazebos, bonfire and walking track have also been built there for the tourists. The walking track led to Demis lake, he added.

He said that TDCP was making efforts to provide maximum facilities with neat and clean environment to the tourists.

The TDCP has deputed Malik Khalid Abbas as manager South, and deputy manager Sheikh Ijaz and Zakir Hussain in the resort.

The TDCP would run the resort on self-operation basis without any contractor to ensure better accommodation facilities and booking, he said.


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