Travel Date : From 16 November , 2023 To 30 April , 2024

Uzbekistan Group Tour - 10D8N



Assemble at Kuala Lumpur Airport for your direct flight to the pulsating heart of Uzbekistan—Tashkent. As you land, prepare your taste buds for an epicurean adventure at Anjir, an authentic haven for Uzbek cuisine nestled in Tashkent's vibrant streets. Relish a meal that captures the essence of the region, then let us fast-track you to Tashkent's domestic airport for your onward flight to Urgench. Your cozy hotel room awaits for a restful overnight stay.

02 - KHIVA (B/L/D)

Start the day with a morning visit to the UNESCO-listed Ichan-Kala, where history comes alive at every corner. Step back in time at Kunya-Ark and marvel at the stunning Alauddinkhan Mausoleum. Here, immerse yourself in the ancient wisdom housed within the 18th-century Mukhammad Aminkhan Madrasah. Take a moment of reflection at the tranquil Ak-Maszhid Mosque, then meander through the historic madrasahs of Khoja Berdibiy and Shirgazikhan. Pay your respects at the awe-inspiring Mausoleum of Pakhlavan Makhmud while admire the towering Minaret of Islam-Khoja and soak up the spiritual ambiance of the 18th- century Juma Mosque. End your exploration at the ornate Tash-Khovli Palace and Allakulik han M adrasah, where ar t and history blend seamlessly."


Step into the magical city of Bukhara, a key hub on the ancient Silk Road teeming with trade, scholarly pursuits, culture, and spiritual heritage. Your first stop is the majestic Ark Fortress, a testament to time itself, dating back to the 5th century. Next, find solace at Bolo Hauz Mosque, where the tranquility of the reflecting pond and the grace of its pillared façade will mesmerize you. Marvel at the legacy of Ismail Samani, a ruler and general whose influence still resonates today. Lastly, visit the mystical Chashma-Ayub Mausoleum, named after Job's well, a place where legend has it that Job himself struck the ground to create a well. Immerse yourself in these stories that transcend time."

04 - BUKHARA (B/L/D)

Your day starts at the awe-inspiring Poi Kalyan complex, a jewel of Islamic architecture featuring the majestic Kalyan Mosque and the towering Kalyan Minaret. Continue your exploration at the ancient Mir-Arab, Ulugbek, and Abdulazizkhan Madrassahs, where wisdom and heritage intermingle. Step under the ancient trading domes to get a taste of Silk Road commerce, then savor complimentary tea at a traditional Uzbek family home. Revere the spiritual ambiance at the 12th-century Magoki-Attori Mosque.
Shift your focus to the Lyabi House complex, a testament to 17th-century elegance featuring the Kukeldash Madrasah, Nodir Divan Begi Madrasah, and Hanaka Madrasah. Wrap up your day at the ethereal SitoraiMokhi-Khosa, the summer residence that was the last sanctuary of Bukhara’s final emir."


Step into the world of master artisans at Gijduvan, Bukhara's renowned pottery center. Here, you'll delve into the mesmerizing craft during your visit to the ceramic workshop of Abdullo Nazrullaev, complete with its own workshop museum. Witness the age-old traditions that bring each piece of pottery to life. Transition from art to spirituality as you visit the hauntingly beautiful Abdulkholik Gijduvaniy Mausoleum from the 15th century. End your exploration at the Imam Al Bukhari Mausoleum, an architectural marvel housing a domed shrine with the casket of Imam Bukhari, all located within the expansive courtyard of the sacred complex."


Begin your day at the resplendent Gur-Amir Mausoleum, a masterpiece of architecture that serves as the eternal resting place for the mighty Timur (Tamerlane). Stroll through the legendary Registan Square, the beating heart of Samarkand for centuries. The square is an architectural trifecta featuring the 15th-century Ulugbek Madrassah, the 17th-century Sher-Dor Madrassah, and the Tilla-Kari Madrassah. Hit the vibrant Yob Bazaar to discover an aromatic array of spices, luxurious silks, and luscious dry fruits. Journey on to the Shakhi-Zinda Necropolis, a fascinating complex of more than 20 distinct buildings, unparalleled in Central Asia. Round off your day at the reimagined Eternal City, covering 11 hectares that encapsulate the spirit of the ancient world. Top it off with a serene boat ride around this remarkable recreation."


Begin your day with a somber visit to the Monument of Courage, an emblematic tribute to the 1966 earthquake that reshaped Tashkent. Experience history's textures as you explore the Romanov Prince Duke Residence, built for the exiled Grand Prince Nikolay Konstantinovich Romanov. Though compact, it's a verdant oasis in the urban sprawl. Next, catch a glimpse of Tashkent's cultural soul with an exterior tour of the Opera and Ballet Theatre named after Alisher Navoi. Then delve into the poignant Museum of Victims of Political Repression, a tribute to the martyrs who fought for Uzbekistan's independence. Your visual treat continues with an external view of Tashkent TV Tower, standing tall as the twelfth tallest tower in the world. Wrap up your day with a shopping spree at Chor-Su Market, one of Tashkent's most vibrant bazaars."


Take a leisure and scenic 125 km drive from Tashkent to the mesmerizing Chimgan Mountains, known as the 'Switzerland of Uzbekistan.' This idyllic location is a go-to retreat for locals and tourists alike. As you ascend in the chair lift to the mountain's summit, prepare for jaw-dropping panoramas that are photo-worthy moments! Enjoy some free time at the top to immerse yourself in the Chimgan experience. For the adventurous, optional activities like horse riding and paragliding are at your fingertips."


After a hearty breakfast, enjoy some free time to explore the vibrant Tashkent city at your own pace. Immerse yourself in the local culture, savor last-minute delicacies, or grab those final souvenirs. Then, bid farewell as we'll escort you to the International Airport for your flight home!


Your trip to Uzbekistan will end here, good luck & good health !

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Package Remarks

    10D8N Uzbekistan Group Tour from RM8,999

    Departure Dates (2024):  
    Apr 04

    Proposed flight schedule
    Uzbekistan Airways
    Day 1   HY 554   Kuala Lumpur/Tashkent   1100/1600 hrs
    Day 1   TBA   Tashkent/Urgench
    Day 9   HY 553   Taskent/Kuala Lumpur   2300/0930+1 (arrival next day)
    *Flight schedule and estimated time of arrival and departure subject to airline confirmation without prior notice

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    - Return flight by Uzbekistan Airways

    - 08 nights’ accommodation

    - Meals as stated

    - Tour & Transfer as stated

    - Tipping for local guide and driver

    - English speaking OR Chinese speaking guided on request (subject to availability)


    - Travel insurance 

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