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Proposed Date : 24 – 31 Dec 2015

Brief Itinerary :-


Arrival in Tashkent by HY-554 “Uzbekistan Airways” (MH-5590) at 03:30+.

Immigration and Customs will take about 1 hours.

Met by English Speaking Guide.

Direct drive to your hotel & guaranteed early check in.


Breakfast at the hotel

Free time at the hotel for take a rest

Lunch at local restaurant/hotel (with halal food)

Post lunch starting sightseeing in Tashkent visiting:

Khazrati Imam comlex - The ensemble was built on the tomb of one of the first Imams of Tashkent, a famous scientist and expert on the Koran and the khadises of khazreti Imam (his full name is Abubekr Mukhamad Kaffal Shashi). According to historical data, he was buried in the territory of Sebzar - one of the four city areas of Tashkent which were later developed. The tomb was popular and is highly honored. All districts in the Sebzar part of the old city received the name of Khazreti Imam - named after the Sheikh. This complex includes Library-Museum of Hazrat Usman Mus’haf (Holy Qur’on) and rare books, Barakkhan madrassah, Tillyasheikh and Namazgakh mosques, Kaffoli Shoshiy Mausoleum.

Kukaldosh Madrassah - close to Chorsu bazaar in the historic part of Tashkent. Built in 1570 it was part of an ensemble of the city's main square. The initiator was built governor Dervish Khan - vizier of Tashkent khans dynasty Sheibanids nicknamed "Kukeldash", which translates as "milk brother". In madrasas arranged caravansary carriageways for merchants, but then came down with his crowning the tower - guldasta.

Dinner at local restaurant/hotel (with halal food)

Overnight at the hotel

MEALS : Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner

DAY 2 - TASHKENT-BUKHARA by train 26.12.2015 (FRIDAY)

Early breakfast at the hotel

Check-out from the hotel at 07:00 and drive to Railway station for the train “SHARQ” departing to Bukhara at 08:30.

Lunch in the train (Lunch box)

Arrival in Bukhara at 15:00 and drive to the hotel, check-in.

16:00-19:00 Sightseeing in Bukhara (old city):

Ark-Citadel is a residence of Bukhara khans. According to the last excavations, it was determined the citadel was on this place from 4 century BC. For many years of building and destruction, 20 meters height artificial hill was formed; its upper layers were built over in the time of last Bukhara emirs. The wooden part of Ark building was burnt down during the fire of 1920. The general planning is being reestablished by historical documents. Ark included the whole city, consisting of closely accreted houses; courts and yards with state institutions, emir, his wives, and relatives and officials lodgings. Inside the trapeze form outlines of citadel walls the planning was right-angled with traditional cruciform crossing of main streets.

It is the main ensemble in Bukhara center situated on the way to trade crossing of "four bazaars" and Kalyan Minaret (47 m) - is the main symbol of sacred Bukhara. The minaret was used not only to call Muslims to prayer, but symbolized the authority and power of its spiritual leaders.

Poi-Kalyan means “the pedestal of the Great” (it means “the pedestal of Kalyan minaret”). Ensemble consists of 4 monuments: Kalyan mosque and Miri-Arab Madrasah – faced to each other with main fronts; between them is Kalyan minaret; to the south of Mini-Arab there is small Amir-Allimkhan Madrasah.

Ulug’bek Madrassah - Ulugbek Madrasah was found in 1417, as the inscription on the bronze plate of door runs says. There is a name of master in the portal tympanum, which was building this monument – Ismail ibn Takhir ibn Makhmud Ispfargoni. It is possible he was a grandson of one of the masters, who had been captured by Timur in Iran and left their names on the portal of Gur-Amir complex in Samarkand.

Abdulazizkhan Madrassah - Opposite Ulugbek Madrasah there is Abdullaziz-khan Madrasah. Abdullaziz-khan built it in 1651 – 1652 and it is the last large Madrasah in Bukhara. The building is typical by composition, with four-ayvans yard, but with unordinary divergent fan of hudj groups after side ayvans and cupola buildings on the central axis.

Kukaldosh Madrassah - Kukeldash Madrassah of XVI century is the earliest building of the Lyabi Khauz Ensemble. It was buiult during the reign of the Sheybanids dynasty in Bukhara. This madrassah is the largest madrassah of the city (80 x 60 meters). The madrassah has over 130 hujras, where lived and studied more than 320 students. It became the symbol of powerful state under leading of Abdulla-khan.

The Lyabi-Khaus ensemble – It includes the Kukeldush madrassah (1568-1569) and Nodir-Divan-Begi (1622)). Lyabi-Hauz (lit. "shore of pool") is very popular among travelers. It is the largest artificial reservoir of medieval Bukhara. It was installed around 1620 between khanaka and madrassah, constructed by the order of khan's vizier Nadir Divan-beghi. The two new buildings and Kukeldash Madrassah had formed a perfect architectural ensemble with reservoir in the middle. The pool is of 42 m in length, 36 m in width and about 5 m in depth. Lyabi-Hauz has stone steps by which Bukhara watermen went down to take water.

Dinner at local restaurant (with halal food)

Overnight in Bukhara.

MEALS : Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner

DAY 3 - BUKHARA 27.12.2015 (SATURDAY)

Breakfast at the hotel

Full day SS tour in Bukhara including:

Mausoleum of the Samanids (X cent.) - Of all the medieval buildings in Bukhara, the Samanids Mausoleum is of special interest. This world-famous architectural masterpiece was built at the close of the ninth century. The mausoleum was erected as a family crypt immediately after the death of Ismail Samani's father. Later, Ismail himself and his grandson Hasr were also buried in it. It is interesting to note that erecting crypts was against Islamic law at that time, for Islam forbade erecting any post-mortem monuments upon the tombs of Muslim believers. However, the prohibition was broken in the middle of the ninth century by one of the caliphs himself, for whom a special as-Sulibiya Mausoleum was built. Ismail merely followed his example.

Mosque Magoki-Attar (XII-XVI cent). The ancient mosque of Magoki-Attari is located in the center of Bukhara near Lyabi-Hauz. In the early Middle Ages, a temple of fire-worshippers was located here behind the southern Attaron gates. The Arabs established one of the first mosques on this spot.

Mosque Bolo-Khauz (1712) it is a classic sample of Central Asian mosque: the winter building of 1712, summer aywan of the early 20th century with ornamented ceiling and wooden columns, small

minaret constructed in 1917 by master Shirin and small basin.

Lunch at local restaurant (with halal food)

Afternoon continues sightseeing

Sitorai-Mokhi-Khosa (XIX-XX cent) – it was a country residence of Bukhara amirs. It had been under construction for two decades at the end of the 19th - early 20th centuries. Construction works at the old palace started at amir Abdullahadkhan (died in 1910). He sent Bukhara masters to Petersburg and Yalta to study Russian architecture. Using Russian experience, local architects with master Khodja Hafiz at the head built a rich building that had combined local Bukhara and European traditions. Its throne hall for royal receptions made a core of the palace.

Memorial Complex of Khoja Bakhautdin Naqshbandi (XVI cent) – Nakshband (1318-1389), is the founder of tarikat “nakshbandiya”. It’s one of the most important Muslim shrines. Every self-respecting Muslim knows and reveres this name. The great theologian of the XIV century, founder of the Sufi Order "Naqshbandia". Naqshbandi was the spiritual teacher of Amir Temur and made hajj to Mekka 32 times. He appealed people to be modest and rejected the luxury. His philosophy was based on the principle: "Dil ba joru, dast ba kor" ("The heart - with the God, hands at work"). The Mausoleum of Saint Bakhautdin Naqshbandi is considered as the Central Asian Mekka. Believers from different muslim countries come here to ask for the fulfillment of wishes and healing. The complex also includes the museum, which keeps the true information about Sufi and Sufism: Sufi wearing, books and other expositions. This place located 12 km away from Bukhara, in Kasri-Orifon village. Founder of The Sufi Order “Nakshbandiya”.

Chor Bakr Necropolis - In the Sumitan village of Bukharan district there is the entire burial town - Chor Bakr. The ancestral burial vault of Juibar sheikhs (Sheikh Muhammad Islam – disciple of Mahdumi Azam Kasani, Abu Bakr Akhmad) of Sufi order "Naqshbandiya" is located in the large square, surrounded with high walls. The main grave is the grave of Khoja Abu Bakr Sad, who had been the teacher of the ruler of Bukhara Abdullakhan II for 20 years. After his death, Abdullakhan II immortalized the name of his teacher by erecting around his grave a complex, which included a mosque, khanaka, madrasah, necropolis and a big garden. Chor Bakr Necropolis became the place of muslim's pilgrimage.

Dinner at local restaurant (with halal food)

Overnight in the hotel


MEALS: Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner


Early breakfast at the hotel.

07:00 Check-out from the hotel and drive to Samarkand. On the way to Samarkand visit Al-Bukhari Mausoleum and Complex:

Imam Bukhari Complex. Imam Al-Bukhari was the great theologian of the East. He collected and recorded about 600 thousand hadith, i.e. legend based on cases of life or some sayings of the Prophet. In the complex that occupies a vast territory, there are mausoleums, mosques, hotel for tourists and pilgrims, souvenir shops and religious literature. The mausoleum of Imam al-Bukhari is one of the main pilgrimage sites in Uzbekistan.

Arrival in Samarkand

Lunch at local restaurant (with halal food)

Hotel check-in and some free time for relax.

15:00 Starts sightseeing in Samarkand:

The visiting of three shrines in Samarkand – the mausoleums of Al-Bukhari, Shahi Zinda and Rukhabad – within one day, is called “small Hajj”.

Half day city tour in Samarkand:

Ruhabad mausoleum - To the north of Gur-Emir, there is the mausoleum Rukhabad that was built over the grave of Islamic mystic, Sheikh Burhaneddin Sagaradzhi who was highly respected by Tamerlan’s contemporaries.The Sheikh died in the XIV century and the name of the saint Sheikh gave rise to mausoleum’s name: “Rukhabad” means an "abode of spirit”. Burhaneddin Sagardzhi died in China, but bequeathed to his son Abu Said to bury him in Samarkand.The exact time of this building’s construction has not been found, but the relief tile ornaments say it dates back to the middle of the XIV century. However, other researches guess it had been built by Amir Temur who, as it is known, admired the Saint. The tombs of Burhaneddin, his wife and their children are inside the mausoleum.

Shakhi Zinda complex is one of the most mysterious and unique architectural monuments of Samarkand. It consists of rows of refine sparkling blue colors tombs. Harmoniously combined in a lively and moving composition, various mausoleums are grouped along the narrow medieval streets. Shahi Zinda consists of eleven mausoleums, which were built one after another in XIV - XV centuries. A unique ensemble of ancient tombs (1370-1449 years) is located near Afrasiab settlement. It is also called "Street cemetery". Building of mosques and mausoleums of XI-XV centuries oddly stretched on both sides and their blue domes look like an elegant necklace from the top. Shahi Zinda is the burial place of royal persons and nobles. But the main mausoleum from which the necropolis starts seems to be the imaginary grave of Prophet Muhammad's cousin, Kusama Ibn Abbas. The complex was called "Shah-i-Zinda" that means in Persian "The Living King". He was one of those who preached Islam in that region. Later the Complex became an important pilgrimage centre that was revered by the people as sacred.

Shopping in national market – Siyob bazaar.

Dinner at local restaurant


MEALS : Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner


Breakfast at the hotel.

Morning drive to Shakhrisabz (2.5hrs). «The green city» as the name is translated, was known in due time as Kesh or Nasaf. Tamerlan was born near to city and has proclaimed its place of year’s palace Аk of a shed.

The tour in the birth-place of Temurlan includes visits to places such as: Aksarai-Palace, Ko’k-Gumbaz mosque, Khazraty –Imam ansamble and Crypt of Temurlane.

Ak Saray Palace (Much was written about this palace, especially by Rue Gonzales de Klavikho, the Spanish Ambassador to Amir Temur, who was an important figure in the history of Shakhrisabz. Unfortunately, time had no mercy on this marvelous building and by the end of the 16th century this grandiose monument had been destroyed. Parts of the portal that remained are evidence of the scale of its construction; Ak-Saray is still unsurpassed in its intricate mosaic and other decorations that showed off the arts of traditional craftsmen. Above the portal of the Ak-Saray are huge letters saying: "If you challenge our power - look at our buildings!")

Mosque the Kok-Gumbaz (1435) a significant monument of architecture which serves today as a Friday mosque. Architectural construction, which name is translated as "a blue dome ".

Complex Doruttilavat - the house of reflection and contemplation. Creation of a memorable place is connected with a name of Judge Shamsiddin Kullol.

Lunch at the Local Restaurant. (with halal food)

Afternoon drive back to Samarkand. Arrival and continue sightseeing in Samarkand:

Gur-Emir means “grave of Emir”. Gur-Emir Mausoleum was built in 1404 for Timur’s grandson Muhhamed Sultan. He had to become heir apparent of throne after Timur, but in 1404 he died and Timur ordered to build big mausoleum for his loved grandson. In 1405 Timur died in Otrar city and his sons decided to move his body and bury him near his favorite grandson. From that time this mausoleum was called “burial-vault of timurids”. Here two sons of Timur were buried-Shahruh and Miranshah, also second grandson Ulugbek, spiritual director of Timur Muslim sheikh from Medin-Mir Seid Bereke and some Shah-Hodja.

Registan became a major square of Samarkand in the 14th century. Registan means "a sandy place". Earlier, a river channel flowed through the area, forming sand and silt deposits. Six streets cross at Registan. While under Temur the square was a commercial and crafts center, it became a spiritual center under Ulugbeg. Ulugbeg constructed a majestic madrassah and s Sufi Khanaka with a huge

dome. The old buildings on Registan had fallen into disrepair by the 17th century and the governor of Samarkand, Yalang-tush-biy, built Sher-Dor Madrassah in the place of Ulugbeg's khanaka, and later built Tiliya-Kari Madrassah as well.

Dinner at local restaurant (with halal food)

Overnight in the hotel.

MEALS: Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner


Early breakfast at the hotel.

09:00 Check-out from the hotel and drive to Tashkent by A/C coach (4-4.5 hours drive)

13:00 Arrival in Tashkent

Lunch at local restaurant (with halal food)

Post lunch continues sightseeing in modern sights:

Independence Square, Amir Temur Square, TSUM Mall for local souvenirs.

Also shopping in main National Market in Tashkent – CHORSU Baazar. Market Chorsu (means “four roads”) is full of sweets, eastern fruits and spices.

Farewell dinner at local restaurant (with halal food)

Overnight in the hotel

MEALS: Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner


Early breakfast at the hotel

07:00 Check-out from the hotel and drive to the International Airport for the flight HY-553 (MH-5593) departing to Kuala Lumpur at 10:40.


Price Sheet for Package


Price per Person in RM

TASHKENT (2.5 nights)

BUKHARA (2 nights)

SAMARKAND (2nights)

Hotel “Grand Nur” 3* simil.

Hotel “Caravan” 3* similar

Hotel “Sarbon” 3* similar

Hotel “Le Grand Plaza” 4*

Hotel “Asia Bukhara” 4* sim.

Hotel “Asia Samarkand” 4* si.

2 pax

RM 3542

RM 3857

Price includes :-

  • Accommodation in mentioned hotel on standard TWIN/DOUBLE/TRIPLE sharing room basis (6.5 nights).
  • Guaranteed early check-in at the hotel on arrival with breakfast (as per early morning flight).
  • Airport – Hotel – Airport transfers by a/c transport.
  • Full board meals (07 breakfasts at the hotel, 06 lunches, 06 dinners).
  • 1 bottle of 1 L water per person per day.
  • All transfers as per itinerary by A/C comfortable transport with professional driver per itinerary – 1 Car.
  • Professional English speaking guide along tour itinerary – 1 Guide.
  • City tour of Tashkent/Bukhara/Samarkand/Shakhrisabz (some places in Shakhrisabz might be under construction which will be finished by March 2015) as per itinerary.
  • Uzbekistan Map per person.
  • Uzbekistan visa support (if required).
  • Train journey from Tashkent to Bukhara (2nd class tickets).
  • Entrance fees for all monuments mentioned in the program (except photo and video charges).
  • All applicable taxes.

Price does not include :-

  • Visa costs RM 350/pax.
  • Photo and video charges.
  • International air tickets RM 3500/pax – subject to change (Uzbekistan airways).
  • Beverages.
  • Tips to guides/drivers.
  • Any personal expenses.
  • Any services not included in the above itinerary

Flight details :-

Kuala Lumpur International Apt (KUL)
Wed, 24 Dec, 22:35

Tashkent (TAS)
Thu, 25 Dec, 03:30

Flight is operated by Uzbekistan Havo Yullary - Uzbekistan Airways

Fare Family: MH Flex
Non stop

Boeing 767-300

Tashkent (TAS)
Wed, 31 Dec, 10:40

Kuala Lumpur International Apt (KUL)
Wed, 31 Dec, 21:15

Flight is operated by Uzbekistan Havo Yullary - Uzbekistan Airways

Fare Family: MH Flex
Non stop

Supplement costs :-

  • Single supplement room cost – 105 USD (3 star), 205 USD (4 star)
  • Optional cost to take domestic flight Tashkent-Bukhara (1.5hrs) instead train “Shark” – 80 USD per person

Special Notes :-

Time differencesCities:

Time difference

Tashkent, Karachi, Ekaterinburg




Beijing, Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur



Uzbekistan has an extreme continental climate. It is generally warmer in the south and colder in the north. The average temperatures in December are -8°C (18°F) in the north and 0°C (32 °F) in the south. However, extreme fluctuations are measured as low as -35°C (-31°F). During the summer temperatures can reach 35-40°C. Humidity is low. The Spring (April to June) and the Fall (September through October) are in general the most pleasant times to travel. In the Fall is a harvest time, and the markets are full of fresh fruit. If you're interested in trekking, then summer (July and August) is the best time, because summers are almost dry. In recent years Uzbekistan was notably affected by the global warming and dry-out of the Aral Sea, which turned from snowy cold winters to mild with less precipitation by allowing to travel in the wintertime.


The Republic of Uzbekistan is situated in the central part of Central Asia between two rivers: the Amudarya and Syrdarya. The Turan Lowland lies to the northwest, and the Tien-Shan and Pamir-Alay mountain ridges are located in the southeast of the territory. The Kyzyl-Kum Desert defines the Northern part of the country. Uzbekistan borders Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, and Afghanistan.


All payments must be made in "Sum", the national currency of the Republic of Uzbekistan. Currency exchange offices are available in every city of Uzbekistan. All foreign currencies may be converted in main offices of banks. Preferred currencies - US dollars and Euros

*1 Malaysian Ringgit = 714.82 Uzbekistan Som ( google currency converter 18/11/2014)


Very light and loose clothing (preferably cotton or natural fibers) is recommended for daytime use, with a light jumper and/or casual jacket for the cooler evenings. Because of the large amount of sightseeing on foot in dry, dusty and sometimes rough areas (i.e. dirt, cobblestones, etc.), comfortable, solid walking shoes with strong soles and support are essential. You may be required to remove your shoes upon entry to some religious sites. There are no special clothing requirements for visiting Islamic religious sites, except that you should take care to cover most parts of your body including your arms and legs. Above all travelers are encouraged to dress for comfort rather than fashion. Valuable jewelry and any clothing requiring special attention should be left at home. Due to the very high danger of sunburn, your clothing should offer as much protection as possible. A hat with good shade protection and sunglasses are essential. In some areas the average visitor may appear extremely wealthy to local people. A lavish display of jewelry, bulging handbags and wallets, and a neck full of cameras will make you stand out in a crowd. Be discreet and respectful of the local culture and traditions and carry a minimum of valuables.


A shoulder bag with a strong strap or a small rucksack is the most practical way of carrying cameras and personal belongings during your stay. Your entire luggage should be secured with a padlock. Always make sure that all cases and bags are clearly labeled. The label should carry your name and destination details but not your home address. It is a good idea to label your luggage on the inside. This will enable airport authorities to identify your luggage should it become lost, or the labels removed. Never leave your luggage unattended at airports or train stations. Your free airline luggage allowance is 20 kg per person, plus one additional piece of 'carry-on' hand luggage on domestic flights within Central Asia, except to Turkmenistan, where the maximum baggage allowance is 10 kg. Because you will be traveling in some areas where travel conditions are rather basic, travelers are strongly urged to restrict their luggage to one main suitcase or backpack and one carry-on overnight bag. As recommended under CURRENCY and SECURITY, an important part of your luggage will also be your money wallet for safely carrying your travel documents.


You will be traveling in areas which are largely free of major infectious diseases, so there are no official vaccination requirements for foreign visitors. However, we strongly advise you to consult your physician or Vaccination Centre for current health warnings and recommended vaccinations. As it is practically inevitable in areas where water is high in mineral and metallic salts (as is the case with Central Asia) one should be prepared for minor gastric conditions. Consult your physician or pharmacist for recommended remedies. Throughout the areas you will be traveling, one of the main health warnings is dehydration. At all times maintain a steady intake of non-alcoholic liquids. Sunburn is another major problem. Bring adequate suntan lotion and a wide brimmed hat. If desired, you may also bring a supply of vitamins, throat lozenges, throat gargle to prevent basic infections, cold/flu tablets, aspirins, Band-Aids, antiseptics and antibacterial cream. Please advise us if you have any allergies or particular medical aliments which may require special attention during the trip, and if your doctor has prescribed any medication, make sure that you have sufficient supplies to last the duration of your holiday.

Important : Please, ensure that you carry in your hand luggage any medicine you may require in case your suitcase is separated from you.


Individual safety boxes are not always available in Uzbekistan hotels. An essential part of your luggage is a comfortable money wallet, which may be worn under your clothing. At all times you should carry your main documents (i.e. currency, traveler's checks, air tickets, passports, visas etc.) While it is highly unlikely you will encounter any physical danger, minor thefts in crowded pubic places may occur and every precaution should be taken to avoid losing anything of value. In accordance with local laws, you will be required to hand in your passport to the hotel reception on arrival to allow registration of your passport details by the hotel. Your passport will normally be available again after a few hours. Do not forget to collect it before departure.


No obstacles are presented to visitors who wish to photograph places of historical interest. Photography inside some religious monuments and in airports, railway stations or near military installations may not be allowed. If in doubt ask your local guide. Please also note that there is a fee for photography in most sightseeing places (not included in your tour price). Film and batteries are available in major cities, but we recommend you purchase your supply before arrival, particularly if you have the latest model or a sophisticated type of camera that requires a specific type of film and/or batteries.


Local mineral water contains a higher level of minerals than western spring or bottled water and the taste can be rather "salty" (these mineral waters are considered healthier than European spring or mineral waters). Imported spirits and wines are available, however in some places the provenance of some spirits and wines is questionable and the prices inflated. Accordingly, you are advised to purchase your favorite alcohol duty free prior to arrival.


You will be responsible for covering the cost of your hotel incidentals such as phone calls, room service, mini-bar in your room and laundry. Before departing from all hotels on the tour, please ensure that you have checked with the front desk for any personal charges that the hotel may have made to your room.


Travelers may wish to express their appreciation - a reward for extra service - to the porters, waiters, drivers and guides. The degree of appreciation may vary, and our policy is to leave this to your discretion. This is usually given individually in an envelope at the end of the tour/service.

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