Central Asia Train Adventure(2024) - 15 Days

15D14N Central Asia Train Adventure (From Almaty to Taskent)
Valid from 15-29 Oct 2024

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  • 2 to go Per Person from RM 39,600 (Alibaba Category)
  • 3-4 to go Per Person from RM 25,700 (Habibi Category)

Tour Highlights:

  • Delight in Central Asia’s natural beauty— including the Karakum and Kyzylkum deserts, the Tian Shan Mountains, and Lake Issyk-Kul Witness archaeological excavations at the ancient Afrasiab site in Samarkand.
  • Observe the making of traditional silk, carpets, paper, and more with locals.
  • Marvel at ancient architecture like the Kalta Minor Minaret and the Ulugh Beg.
  • Witness archaeological excavations at the ancient Afrasiab site in Samarkand.
  • Explore 4 Central Asian countries—Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan.
  • Enjoy local cuisine, wine, and vodka aboard your private train.

For inquiries regarding group pricing for this package with 2 participants or for more details, please contact our customer service through the following methods. 


Kazakhstan, the world’s largest landlocked country, boasts diverse landscapes from the Caspian Sea to the Altai Mountains.

Kyrgyzstan, known for its stunning mountainous terrain, is a Central Asian gem offering pristine lakes and nomadic culture.

Uzbekistan, a historic crossroads on the Silk Road, showcases architectural marvels like Samarkand and Bukhara.

Tajikistan, home to the Pamir Mountains, offers breathtaking landscapes and a rich Persian-influenced cultural heritage.


Day 1
Flight to Almaty, Kazakhstan. (MOB)

Today you fly to Almaty on your preferred airline. Date: 15 Oct 2024.

Day 2
Almaty - "Father of Apples" (B/D)

In the early morning, you will arrive in Almaty and be taken to your comfort hotel. After a morning of relaxation, you will meet your tour guides and fellow travellers in the afternoon. An impressive start to your voyage is a trip to Medeo, where the highest ice-skating rink in the world is located.

From here, you take the cable car to a ski resort at 2,200 m and continue to the Talgar peak at 3,200.

You enjoy the crisp air and the breath-taking view before ending the day with a welcome dinner.

Overnight: Hotel in Almaty

Day 3
Almaty, Kazakhstan (B/L/D)

In the morning, a city tour with Russian Orthodox wooden cathedral, wedding palace, circus and central mosque (from the outside). Lunch at the local yurt restaurant. In the afternoon, your journey with the special train begins. A welcome drink and a short lecture await you on board.

Overnight: On board

Day 4
At Issyk Kul Lake, Kyrgyzstan (B/L/D)

This morning you will reach the breathtaking Issyk Kul Lake. A visit to the Center of Nomadic Culture will bring you closer before you have time for a walk, or perhaps a small swim in the Issyk Kul.

After a boat trip on the Issyk Kul, your train makes its way to Bishkek.

Overnight: On board

Day 5
Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan (B/L/D)

After breakfast on board you will reach the Kyrgyz capital Bishkek. On a tour, you will discover their numerous sights. With about 100m² of green space per inhabitant, Bishkek is one of the greenest cities in the world! And of course the Ala-Archa National Park is also part of the programme. You spend the night in a comfort hotel in Bishkek.

Overnight: Hotel in Bishkek

Day 6
Train Day to Samarkand (B/L/D)

After breakfast, your train is leaving. Enjoy a relaxing day of lectures as your special train travels to Samarkand, Uzbekistan.

Overnight: On board

Day 7
Samarkhan, Uzbekistan (B/L/D)

Today, you will experience the sights of this renowned and historic site, which was known under the rule of Timur as the most beautiful and important city in the world: the burial town of Shah-i-Zinda (“The Living King”), the excavation sites of Afrasiyab (with museum tour) and Registan Square were certainly the most impressive construction ensemble in Central Asia. Registan Square is surrounded by three mighty madrasas.

The huge and magnificent portals impressive in terms of decoration and colour. In the background, the domes of the mosques glitter like in the Middle Eastern fairy tale. In 1917, the women of Uzbekistan burned their face veils at this historic site and embarked on a new era. Here in Samarkand you will spend the next two nights in a mid-range hotel.

Overnight: Hotel in Samarkand

Day 8
Samarkand, Uzbekistan (B/L/D)

Today, you visit a silk carpet manufactory and a Uzbek artisan family that makes paper from mulberry tree bark, you will see the Ulugh Beg Observatory and the ruins of the Bibi-Khanym Mosque. The palace-like Gur-i-Amir mausoleum complex can be visited from the inside. It houses the tomb of Timur, who made his capital a paradise as a famous builder, but also went down in history as a feared conqueror.

Overnight: Hotel in Samarkand

Day 9
Train day - Samarkand to Dushanbe (B/L/D)

After breakfast, your special train will continue on its way. Today, you will see a folklore show of the unique tradition of this region that seems to have fallen out of time. Afterwards you will go to Shahrisabz in the birthplace of Timur. In the evening, you travel with the special train to Dushanbe, Tajiskistan.

Overnight: On Board

Day 10
Dushanbe, Tajikistan (B/L/D)

After arriving in Dushanbe, the capital of Tajikistan, in the morning, you will discover numerous sights on a tour. Among the many parks in the city, a visit to Rudaki Park is a great way to relax in the countryside. In the late afternoon you will return to your special train and head towards Bukhara.

Overnight: On board

Day 11
Bukhara, Uzbekistan (B/L/D)

Located in the middle of the Kyzylkum Desert, Bukhara has about one thousand monuments that recall the glory days of the Great Silk Road. In the old town you can see the almost 50 m high Kalyan minaret and the Lab-i Hauz ensemble at the pond. In front of the Nasreddin monument listen to some of his stories and legends. In the courtyard of a madrasa, you will experience a folklore show with music, local dances and a presentation of colourful national costumes. Overnight at a mid-range hotel in Bukhara.

Overnight: Hotel in Bukhara

Day 12
The Samanid Mausoleum (B/L/D)

Today, you explore Bukhara during a full-day tour. The entire city seems like a large, unique, and authentic architectural museum that has retained
its old Middle Eastern countenance. In the morning we will take you to the magnificent Mir-i-Arab and the most valuable building in Central Asia, the Samanid Mausoleum. Then take a tour through the mighty fortress of Ark, a city in the city that was once the seat of government of the rulers of Bukhara.

Overnight: On board

Day 13
Khiva, Tajiskistan (B/L/D)

Fairy Tale from 1001 Nights Today, visit the Khiva Oasis, from one of the best-known fairy tales from 1001 Nights. You will stand in front of the mighty city wall of Khiva with its gates and bastions of clay bricks, you will think you’ve been transported to another world: Around the Kalta Minor Minaret, life still pulsates today just as it did in ancient times. During a walking tour you can enjoy all the sights: Palaces, mosques, minarets, mausoleums and madrasas form one of the best-preserved
ensembles of medieval Middle Eastern town planning. You will spend the night on board.

Overnight: On Board

Day 14
Tashkent, Uzbekistan (B/L/D)

In the early afternoon your special train arrives in Tashkent. City tour of Kukeldash Madrasah, the Kavoj and Amir-Timur monuments, and the typical clay houses. After the goodbye dinner, you will spend the night in a mid-range hotel.

Overnight: Hotel in Tashkent

Day 15
Taskent (Fly out from Taskent anytime on 29 Oct 2024)

Your journey ends today and transfer to airport. Hotel extension and airport transfer service will also be arranged for flights departing midnight on 30 Oct 2024.

Package Includes

  • 7 nights’ on the private train according to the booked category
  • 7 nights’ hotel
  • Expert Tour Director, Group Guide and English speaking local guides
  • All excursions and sightseeing as per itinerary, including all entrance fees
  • Meals stated as per itinerary
  • Local culinary specialties prepared freshly on board.
  • Porters at all stations
  • Entertaining and enlightening lectures on history and culture of the region
  • Doctor on board
  • Return airport transfer

Package Excludes

  • International air ticket
  • Visa fees for non-Malaysian(No visa required for Malaysia passport holder)
  • Gratuity (Recommended U$200 per person)
  • Travel Insurance
  • Personal expenses
  • Other items not mentioned

Important Notes:-

  • We regret that due to the intricate logistics of this tour, itinerary changes are sometimes unavoidable.
  • This journey is generally not for guests with limited mobility or who depend on CPAP machines. Please contact us for more information about your specific requirements before booking.


Time Different 时差

– Uzbekistan: 03hrs behind Malaysia time
– Kazakhstan /Kygyzstan: 02hrs behind Malaysia time

– 乌兹别克斯坦 比 马来西亚时间慢3个小时
– 哈萨克斯坦 / 吉尔吉斯坦 比 马来西亚时间慢2个小时

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Central Asia Train Adventure(2024)

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No.78-01 (First Floor),
Jalan Sierra Perdana 4/1,
Taman Sierra Perdana,
81750 Masai, Johor.
Tel : +6011-2608 0128
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