TDCP opens modern Fort Monroe resort to tourists


MULTAN: The Tourism Development Corporation of Punjab (TDCP) has officially opened the new TDCP Resort Fort Monroe, completed at a cost of around Rs 70 million.

TDCP Deputy Director Dera Ghazi Khan, Sheikh Ijaz, told the media that the complex was opened to the public under the guidance of TDCP Director General Asadullah Faiz Khan.

He further stated that the TDCP Fort Monroe resort is the only modern one and tourists will enjoy their stay at the resort.

The hotel was built on a land of 16 canals with a perimeter wall and a gate, so that tourists can feel safe. The station was completed in two years, he said.

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

Separate huts have been built for families in the new block of the complex. Likewise, an amphitheater, three gazebos, a bonfire and a walking track were also built there for tourists. The walking path led to Demis Lake, he added.

He said the TDCP is making efforts to provide maximum facilities with a neat and clean environment for tourists.

The TDCP appointed Malik Khalid Abbas as its southern director, and deputy director Sheikh Ijaz and Zakir Hussain in the station.

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


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