Bilal Travels Launches Non-Stop Bus Service to Multan

Traveling to far-off cities is often a hassle. Multan is one such city and if you are traveling from Islamabad or Rawalpindi, you are in for a rough ride. Not anymore!

Following in the footsteps of Daewoo Express, Bilal Travels is now offering non-stop bus services from Rawalpindi to Multan and Lahore to Multan, significantly reducing the traveling times between these cities.

According to the details, it will now take only 3 hours and 15 minutes to travel between Lahore and Multan via Bilal Travels’ non-stop service.

If you are planning to travel to Multan from Rawalpindi or vice versa, Bilal Travels promises to get you to your destination in 5 hours and 45 minutes only. Before this, it used to take 8 hours or more.

The intercity bus service’s promised time of 3 hours and 15 minutes is better than Daewoo’s 3 hours and 30 minutes, but it remains to be seen if it can deliver on its promises. If it can compete with the most popular bus service in Pakistan, it will definitely compel other competitors to improve their services as well.

Not just are the travel times better, Bilal Travels fares are less compared to Daewoo, which gives it an advantage over its rival.

The new routes are already in effect starting April 1st.

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  • RIP to Not Mentioned Price :

    Bilal Travel Fare 1280 (Multan to Rawalpindi)
    Daweoo Fare 1370 (Multan to Rawalpindi)

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    • oh bhai they are talking about Multan to Lahore Route ….

      BT Lhr to Multan ( Min Fare Online Aprox 500)
      Daewoo Lhr to Multan ( Min Fare Online Aprox 500)

      Both Services are offering 30 to 35 % Discount Online

  • Bilal travels have very poor services in Faisalabad. Help desks rude, helplines don’t work they keep giving mobile numbers of each other.
    Email and Facebook don’t response. Online booking for Faisalabadis isn’t available.

  • Well they probably will be able to reach their destinations in the time they say because the motorway M3 between Lahore and Multan was just opened to traffic on 1st April and they will be using that motorway.


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