Turkmenistan

Somewhat isolated and idiosyncratic, Turkmenistan intrigues!

From the grand and lavish palaces, gold statues and marble monuments in the over-manicured capital of Ashgabet to the mysticism that hangs over pilgrimage sites and ancient ruins - this is most certainly a uniquely Turkmen experience!

For the politically-curious, Turkmenistan, best known for the eccentricities of its late dictator Saparmurat Niyazov whose personality cult is omnipresent (the legend prevails although the process of dismantling is on-going with the new leadership), presents an opportunity to take a peek into one of world’s few totalitarian rules. History buffs will enjoy the ancient cities like Merv, and Konye-Urgench while nature-lovers will appreciate the haunting beauty of the Karakum Desert (Black Sand) and the occasional quirks of coloured canyons, dinosaur footprints and burning gas craters.

 

Best Season

Apr - Jun & Sep - Nov

 

Central Asian Silk Road by Rail - The 3 "Stans" - with Orient Silk Road Express
From HK$50,200/Adult
16 days | Train Journeys
From HK$50,200/Adult

Indulge in the elegant Orient Silk Road Express, decorated in a traditional style with prints in the style of the Uzbek oriental patterns. ndulge in the elegant Orient Silk Road Express, decorated in a traditional style with prints in the style of the Uzbek oriental patterns. This journey makes you familiar with the manifold cultures along the legendary Silk Road and numerous localities that made history, among them no less than 7 UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan - Linking Asia to Europe
From HK$23,800/Adult
From HK$23,800/Adult

The Silk Road was the major road linking China to Europe. In between were some legendary cities which kept trade flowing in both directions. This journey will take you to explore Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan and discover those ever-flourishing cities.

Uzbekistan & Turkmenistan | 26 Sep to 08 Oct 2018
From HK$35,880/Adult
12 days | 26 Sep - 08 Oct 2018
From HK$35,880/Adult
The fabled and faraway lands of Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan beckons on this journey along the Silk Road Less Traveled.
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