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Visit Uzbekistan – Jewel of the Silk Road

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Visit Uzbekistan- Jewel of the Silk Road

Tashkent – Bukhara – Samarkand 

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Tour to Uzbekistan from Malaysia and Singapore.

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USD 1,645  Min 32 passengers

09 Days / 08 Nights

Departure: 13th to 21st  September 2017

 

DAY 0 Wednesday   

KUALA LUMPUR -SINGAPORE-TASHKENT 19:40 departure from KUL to TAS

 

DAY 1 Thursday TASHKENT

03:20 arrive to Tashkent’s airport meet and greet service, special assistance at the airport.

04:30 Transfer to the hotel.

07:00 – 09:30 breakfast at the hotel.

13:00 Lunch at the local restaurant.

Visit Hasti Imom memorial complex (including Museum of Korans) The Kaffal-Shashi mausoleum (15th c.), Kukeldash Madrasah (16th c.), the Djuma mosque (9th c.). Visit famous Chorsu bazaar.

Visit Abdul Kassim Medrassah (19c) center of craftsmen of whole Uzbekistan (there you will have opportunity to see all variety of different crafts like: metal carving, wood carving, silk paper painting, ceramics, etc, masters themselves work there and sale their products). Independent square, Amir Temur squire, Opera and ballet theatre square. 19:00 Dinner at the local restaurant. Overnight at the hotel

 

DAY 2 Friday TASHKEN-BUKHARA

Breakfast at the hotel.

07:30 transfer to the local airport, 09:15 flight to Bukhara, 10:25 arrival to Bukhara. 11:00 transfer to the hotel.

Holy Bukhara, homeland of Ibn Sino (Avicenna), loved city of all saints and worldwide known philosopher – cheery Hodja Nasriddin, lively, noisy and luxurious capital of Emirs, rich man of all nationals and patrons. When you hear “Splendor of East” – it is Bukhara!

12:00 City tour in Bukhara followed with Lunch in a local restaurant : Citadel Ark (4th c. BC), Samanides Mausoleum (9-10th c.), Chashma Ayub (14th c.), Bolo-Hauz Mosque (beginning of the 20th c.), Coumpol bazaar, Medreseh Nodir-Divan-Beghi, complex Lyabi-Khauz (14-17th c.), Minaret Kalon (12th c.), Kalyan Mosque (12th c.), Medreseh Miri Arab (16th c.).

18:30 Show and dinner at the guest house with master classes of Uzbek cuisine. After dinner short walking around narrow streets of ancient Bukhara. Overnight at the hotel.

 

DAY 3 Saturday BUKHARA

Breakfast at the hotel.

10:00 A trip out of the city followed with Lunch in a local restaurant for a visit to Bahouddin Nakshbandi mausoleum (16-19th c.), to the sepulchers of his mother and his preceptor (14th c.), mausoleum Chor-Bakr (10th c.), visit to summer residence Sitorai-Mokhi-Hossa (19th c.). 

18:00 Dinner at the local restaurant. Overnight at the hotel.

 

DAY 4 Sunday BUKHARA- GIJDUVAN – SAMARKAND

Breakfast at the hotel.

Drive to Samarkand, via Gijduvan city, with visiting house-museum of famous ceramist. Lunch. Gijduvan ceramics was presented by our craftsmen in numerous competitions and festivals, where it enjoyed the highest accolades.

Afternoon continue to Samarkand. 

Arrival to Samarkand, settlement at the hotel.  19:00 Dinner at the local restaurant. Overnight at the hotel.

 

DAY 5 Monday SAMARKAND

Breakfast at the hotel.

09:00 city tour in Samarkand followed with Lunch in a local restaurant

Mausoleum Guri Emir – Tamerlane’s Tomb (14-15th c.)

Registan square – Medreseh Ulughbek (15th c.), Medreseh Shir-Dor (17th c.), Medreseh Tilla-Kori (17th c.).

Bibi-Khanym Mosque is a cathedral mosque which according to a legend was named after Amir Timur’s beloved wife. Majestic blue domes of the Bibi-Khanym Mosque are a striking sight

Architectural complex Shakhi-Zindeh (11-15th c.) – one of Samarkand most mysterious and inimitable architectural monuments, is located not far from the Bibi-Khanym Mosque

Ulughbek Observatory (15th c.) it was built on hills in Samarkand suburb, it went down in history as one of the most important observatories of the Middle Ages.

19:00 Dinner at the local family – guest house – with folk show Uzbek traditions

Overnight at the hotel.

 

DAY 6 Tuesday  SAMARKAND – SHAKHRISABZ – SAMARKAND

Breakfast at the hotel.

09:30 Drive to Shakhrisabz by small cars through Tahtakaracha pass (mountains) (110 km, 2 hrs).

11:30 City tour: ruins of Ak-Saray Palace (14-15th c.), Dor-ut Saodat complex (Khazratiy Imam Mosque (14th c.), Jahongir mausoleum (14th c.), Dor-ut Tillavat complex: Gumbazi-Seiidan, Kok Gumbaz Mosque (15th c.)

13:00 Lunch at the local cafe. 16:00 Return to Samarkand (110 km, 2 hrs). 18:00 dinner at the restaurant.

Overnight at the hotel.

 

DAY 7 Wednesday SAMARKAND – TASHKENT

Breakfast at the hotel

Morning visit the paper-making workshop located in the Konigil village (10 km from Samarkand).  For a long time Samarkand has been famous as a center of a high-quality paper manufacture. In the workshop of a talented master you will see how the rind of the mulberry tree turns into a paper. Lunch

Afternoon excursion to Mausoleum of the Prophet Daniil. The Biblical Prophet Daniil, known in the East as Hoja Daniyar, lived in 4—5th century BC. He was a descendant of Solomon tsar, revered by the three world religion. It is considered that parts of Daniil remains, namely a hand, were conveyed to Samarkand by Temur.

17:00 by high speed train Afrosiyab departure to Tashkent, 19:10 arrival, meeting at the train station and transfer to the hotel.

20:00 dinner at the restaurant. Overnight at the hotel.

 

DAY 8 Thursday TASHKENT – SINGAPORE- KUALA LUMPUR

FLIGHT Breakfast at the hotel

10:00 trip to Chimgan Mountains (100 km, ~2 h.).

The road to Chimgan is passing via villages, gardens, and streams. If the cableway is functioning take 3 km long ride in Beldersay gorge to Kumbel peak (2400) where the longest ski track has its start. Have a walk in mountain area. Continue to the shore of Charvak reservoir, surrounded by green mountain flanks. With numerous resorts, beaches, and children summer camps, Charvak Lake is a favorite place of locals and foreigners to enjoy summer days outside the city. Drive down serpentine road to Chinara’s restaurant to have lunch under the shade of four giant plane trees. On the territory of restaurant, there are unique petroglyphs, rock carvings made by prehistoric people, preserved for the future.

Lunch and dinner in the local restaurants around 17:00 departure to Tashkent,

19:00 transfer to the airport by flight HY 551at 21:00 flight to Singapore-Kuala Lumpur. 

 

DAY 9 Friday

Arrival KLIA at 10.15 am

 

*Please take note, that the Itinerary maybe adjusted by guide according to our best timing and according to the local traditions.

*Breakfast time starts from 0630 to 1000 am buffet style.

*Lunch time from 1300 to 1430 at the local restaurant.

*Dinner time is from 0700 to 0900 pm

 

Tour Cost:

USD 1,645 per person in twin sharing room

USD 335 is additional if you want to stay in single room

Price is effective for the group of min 32 passengers, and will be based on RM exchange rate to USD at the time of full payment

Please take note if exchange rate will be different on the time of your payment, price may change accordingly.

 

Price Includes:

– Accommodation in double/twin room sharing

– return economy air ticket by Uzbekistan Airways

– Meals: breakfast at hotels; and Dinners at local restaurants, traditional houses or hotel

– All transfers by comfortable tourist class transport

– Lunches for the whole packages

– Sightseeing in each city as per itinerary

– Economy class train ticket on Afrosiyab bullet train

– Cultural performance during tour

– Entrance tickets to the sites, museums, mausoleums per itinerary

– Visa support and consular fees to Uzbekistan

– 01L water per person per day

– Memorable Souvenirs

 

Price doesn’t Includes:

– Charges in hotels for additional services

– Photography and video making fees

– Personal insurance

– Tips and gratuities, Portage

– Any services not included in the above itinerary

 

 

 

 

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