Derawar Fort is located in Bahawalpur District, Punjab, Pakistan. The fort built in the 9th century by Rai Jaja Bhatti, a Rajput ruler belonging to the Bhatti tribe. It was captured in 1733 by Nawab Sadiq Muhammad Khan I of Bahawalpur.
The walls of the fort are 30 meters high made of mud bricks. The fort is surrounded by circular towers with a total number of 40. These towers are built with different and attractive designs made of small bricks. The arches built during that period are still present in the fort. A cannon can also be seen in the main courtyard of the fort.
Outside the fort there is also Abbasi Mosque which was built by Nawab Bahawal Khan in 1849. There is also a royal cemetery of the Abbasi family a few meters away from the Fort.