Sufi Naqshbandi Uzbekistan Tour from Malaysia and Indonesia

Tashkent, Bukhara, Samarkand

The Sufi Naqshbandi Uzbekistan Tour is a unique journey from Malaysia and Indonesia to the numerous sanctuaries of the great Sufi order of Naqshbandi, whose teachings emerged in Bukhara in the 14th century and spread over the centuries to some Asian countries. You will fly from Kuala Lumpur to Tashkent and then take a train straight to Bukhara! Here, you will spend several days exploring the surroundings of the city, where mausoleums and necropolises of many saints are located, as well as visiting similar places near Samarkand. During the tour, you will learn about the history of the Naqshbandi Sufi order, the biography of Bahauddin Naqshband, and the 11 principles of Naqshbandi teachings. Check out the detailed program of the Sufi tour in Uzbekistan and start booking your journey right now!

Sufi Naqshbandi Uzbekistan Tour from Indonesia, beginning your journey in Kuala-Lumpur and arriving in Tashkent. Upon arrival, your driver will greet you at the airport and transfer you to the Railway Station for your evening train to Bukhara. Upon arrival in Bukhara, your driver will transfer you to your hotel for check-in. Experience the warmth of Bukhara's culture and hospitality as you settle into your accommodations and prepare for the exciting journey ahead. Enjoy a restful night's sleep in your hotel, energizing you for the adventures to come on your Sufi Naqshbandi Tour.

Breakfast at your hotel before meeting your guide and driver at the reception to begin your Naqshbandi Golden Chain Tour in Bukhara, a revered holy land that has housed thousands of Islamic saints over the centuries.

  • First, you'll drive to Gijduvan (40km) to visit the tomb of Abduxoliq Gijduvaniy, a prominent Sufi teacher and master of the Naqshbandi Order who received further training under Yusuf Hamdani. Here, you'll have the chance to pay your respects and learn more about his teachings.
  • Next, you'll head to Shofirkon (20km) to visit the tomb of Khoja Muhammad Orif Ar-Revgariy, best known for his treatise on Tasawwuf/Sufism entitled "Arif Noma." Discover more about the life and legacy of this esteemed scholar and spiritual leader.
  • After that, you'll drive to Vobkent (15km) to visit the burial site of Sufi spiritual leader Khodja Mahmud Anjir Fagnaviy, known for his wisdom and teachings in the Naqshbandi tradition.
  • Continue your pilgrimage to the Mausoleum of Khoja Ali Ramitani, a disciple of Khodja Anjir Fagnaviy, in the Ramitan District (25km).
  • Your final stop of the day will be the tomb of Khodja Muhammad Baba as-Samasi, the successor of Khoja Ramitani, where you can connect with your spiritual side and learn more about the Naqshbandi Order.
This tour lasts 8-9 hours and will leave you with a deep understanding of the rich spiritual heritage of Bukhara. After this spiritual journey, you will spend the night at a hotel near the Naqshband complex, fully immersed in the spiritual energy of the region.

After enjoying a delicious breakfast, you'll meet your driver and guide to continue your pilgrimage. Get ready for a day filled with spiritual enlightenment as you visit some of the most revered holy sites in Uzbekistan:

  • Your first stop will be the Said Amir Kulal Mausoleum, a Sufi author and poet, where you'll have the opportunity to reflect and connect with your spiritual self.
  • The seventh stop on the pilgrimage ring, located in the village of Qasri Orifon (10km), is the Mausoleum of Khoja Bakhouddin Naqshbandi, the founder of the Naqshbandi Order, a must-visit for anyone interested in Sufi spirituality.
  • Next, you'll continue to Sumiton village (22km) to visit the Chor-Bakr Necropolis, a complex of ancient burial grounds that was developed into a memorial complex in the 1500s. Take in the serene atmosphere and immerse yourself in the history and culture of the region.
  • Your final stop will be the Mausoleum of Abu Khafs Kabir, the teacher of Imam Al Bukhari. This visit will provide further insight into the rich spiritual heritage of the area.
After this fulfilling day of pilgrimage, you will be transferred to the train station to take the afternoon train to Samarkand, a historic town that was once the seat of Tamerlane's ancient empire and a crossroads of the world's cultures. Get ready for a new chapter of your journey filled with more wonders and delights to explore. Overnight in Samarkand, your Sufi Naqshbandi Uzbekistan Tour from Malaysia third night.

Begin your day with a delicious breakfast before your sightseeing tour of Samarkand, where you'll visit culturally significant sites that hold great historical and spiritual importance.

  • Your first stop will be the Mosque and Tomb of Khodja Ubaydulla Akhror Valiy, a revered Sufi leader who had a significant impact on the spread of Sufism in the region.
  • From there, you'll head to Gur Emir, the imposing burial site of Tamerlane and Mirzo Ulugbek, where you can marvel at the grandeur and beauty of the architecture.
  • Next, you'll visit Khazrat Imam al Moturidi, the most venerated Islamic scholar in the region. You'll gain a deeper understanding of his teachings and contributions to the spiritual landscape of Uzbekistan.
  • Your journey continues to Registan Square, the commercial center of Samarkand for centuries and one of the city's most famous sites today. The square includes three madrasahs: Ulugbek Madrasah (15th century), Sher-Dor Madrasah (17th century), and Tilla-Kori Madrasah (17th century), each with their unique architectural design and style.
  • Next, you'll visit Shakhi-Zinda, a burial complex built between the 9th-14th centuries. Climb the blue-domed path and explore more than twenty small mausoleums that line the broad alleyway.
  • Your final stop of the day will be a tour of the mausoleum of Khodja Daniyar, believed to be the tomb of the prophet Daniel, whose remains were brought here by Tamerlane.
This tour will last approximately 6-7 hours, leaving you with a deep appreciation for the rich cultural and spiritual heritage of Samarkand. After the tour, you'll be transferred to the train station to take the late afternoon train to Tashkent (330 km). Upon arrival in Tashkent, you'll be transferred to the Tashkent International Airport (flight HY553 to Kuala-Lumpur), concluding your unforgettable Sufi Naqshbandi Uzbekistan Tour from Malaysia and Indonesia.

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  • Accommodation based on double/twin room with breakfasts, 3 nights;
  • Transfers including airport pick-ups and drop-offs;
  • Transfers including train station pick-ups and drop-offs;
  • Transfers during city tour on 2, 3 and 4 days;
  • Tashkent to Bukhara, Bukhara to Samarkand and Samarkand to Tashkent train ticket, economy class;
  • Sightseeing city tour with local guide on 2, 3 and 4 days;
  • Your Sufi Naqshbandi Uzbekistan Tour from Malaysia and Indonesia includes VAT tax 12%.
  • Tour guide to accompany travelers for the full duration of the tour;
  • International flight tickets before and after the tour;
  • Entrance tickets to the museums, mausoleums and sights;
  • Hotel charges for additional services;
  • Tips are not included (driver, guide, porter);
  • Full board (lunches and dinners);
  • Travel insurance;
  • All other charges and services not mentioned under “Inclusions”.


Get discounts for Sufi Naqshbandi Uzbekistan Tour from Malaysia and Indonesia price during mid and off seasons:

  • Sufi Naqshbandi Uzbekistan Tour from Malaysia and Indonesia Price for March with 5% discount;
  • Sufi Naqshbandi Uzbekistan Tour from Malaysia and Indonesia Price for November, December, January and February with 10% discount.

Good to Know before traveling Sufi Naqshbandi Uzbekistan Tour from Malaysia and Indonesia

It is good to know general facts of the country before you travel on your Sufi Naqshbandi Uzbekistan Tour from Malaysia and Indonesia, it will help to understand culture and discover the country.

  • Capital: Tashkent
  • Area: 447,400 square meters. km
  • Population: 35 million people.
  • Languages: Uzbek (state language), Russian (international, in large cities), Tajik (in Samarkand and Bukhara)
  • Religion: Islam - 89%, Christianity - 8%, other religions - 3%
  • Electricity: 220V AC, 50 A; standard double plug socket.
  • Time zone: + 5 hours
  • International dialing code: +998

Uzbekistan's local currency is “SUM”. During your Silk Road Uzbekistan Tour from Malaysia and Indonesia, you can pay for services and meals in local money. Here are some exchange rates: Uzbekistan Som – UZS, Malaysian Ringgit – MYR, Indonesian Rupiah – IDR, Singapore Dollar – SGD:

  • 1 MYR = 2690 UZS
  • 1 IDR = 0,8 UZS
  • 1 SGD = 9350 UZS
  • 1 USD = 12350 UZS
  • 1 EURO = 13650 UZS
  • 1 GBP = 15700 UZS
*information update on January 2024.

To confirm your booking for the Sufi Naqshbandi Uzbekistan Tour from Malaysia and Indonesia, we require prepayment. It can be made online with VISA/Master cards or by bank transfer.

In case the Customer requests cancellation of the tour:

  • in case of cancellation of the tour 30 or more, the deposit payment;
  • in case of cancellation of the tour 15 to 29 days, 30% of the tour;
  • in case of cancellation of the tour 7 to 14 days, 50% of the tour;
  • in case of cancellation of the tour 6 or fewer days, 80% of the tour.

Please contact your private travel agent and get a flexible cancellation policy.

Travel insurance is compulsory for all tour participants. At the time of booking, each traveller must arrange his or her own insurance with a reputable insurer. This insurance should provide comprehensive coverage for the full duration of the Sufi Naqshbandi Uzbekistan Tour from Malaysia and Indonesia, including coverage for personal injury, medical expenses, repatriation expenses, loss of luggage, and expenses associated with the cancellation or curtailment of a tour. We recommend you arrange your insurance through a company in your home country, to make it easier if you need to make a claim.

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