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4 March 2013, Hong Kong – If you are a true culture lover, you may have already visited some of the ancient cities or regions in China, such as Xian, Dunhuang, and Xinjiang, etc.  In fact, they are only part of the Silk Road.   

Xian was the starting point of the ancient Silk Road which extended to Rome in Europe.  This ancient trade route has enhanced the development of civilization and cultural exchange between Asia and Europe.  Setting off from China, you will arrive in a mysterious land – Central Asia.  Uzbekistan, situated in the heart of Central Asia, was once an important gateway lying on the crossroad of the ancient trade route that connected the East and the West. It played an irreplaceable pivotal role on the ancient Silk Road and contributed to the cultural exchange between China and the West.

Silk Road Travel Management Limited has launched a new tour programme that leads you to visit the mysterious Uzbekistan.  It will cover the major cities such as the capital Tashkent, Samarkand, the second largest city in Uzbekistan, and Bukhara, which is also known as an inhabited museum city of Central Asia.  The itinerary is specially designed to unveil the colourful culture of the mysterious Uzbekistan.

Uzbekistan, a fabled country that is rich in cultural and historic treasures, will lead you to experience the east meets west on the ancient Silk Road.  In appreciation of its magnificent architectures, you may discover wonderful stories and interesting history behind the scenes.

Uzbekistan 10 Days Tour: Tashkent, Samarkand & Bukhara
Departure Date: 20 June 2013
Price: from HK$22,800/person

For travel inquiries, please contact:
Silk Road Travel Management Ltd (licence no.: 352017)
Tel    : (852) 2736 8828
Email    :  travel@the-silk-road.com
Website:  www.the-silk-road.com

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Ms. May Lee
Corporate Communications Manager
Tel    : (852) 2525 3661
Email    :  marcom@the-silk-road.com

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