Courtesy of the Republic of Uzbekistan’s government, Gaya Travel Magazine once again was able to set foot at the enchantingly ancient land of Central Asian and Islamic history: Uzbekistan. The six-day familiarisation trip organised by the government was joined by 10 delegates consisted of media and various Malaysian travel agents. So why should all travellers
In Issue 7.5, Gaya Travel introduced two destinations in Uzbekistan, which were Tashkent and Khiva. In this issue, we continue our travel in this Central Asian country by bringing two more destinations: Bukhara and Samarkand. Being the beacons of Islamic knowledge during the mediaeval ages, both destinations offer inspiring vestiges and monuments from their past heydays, particularly during the rule of Amir Timur.
Gaya Travel team was given the great opportunity to experience Uzbekistan, a country that not many Malaysians are familiar with, but with enormous tourism potential. Join the team as it explored Tashkent and Khiva in this issue.