The Great Silk Road is a description that brings up images of mysterious lands with mystical cities and people. Tashkent, in Uzbekistan is such city and Batik Air has announced the introduction of non-stop flights from Kuala Lumpur to Tashkent commencing on 8th December 2023.
Great Silk Road: the journey starts here
The twice weekly service departs Kuala Lumpur (KUL) as Flight OD751 will depart every Wednesday and Friday at 7.30pm, arriving in Tashkent (TAS) at 9.55pm. The return flight, OD752, departs TAS at 11.25pm to arrive in KLIA at 9.45am. The time in Kuala Lumpur is 3 hours ahead of Tashkent.
Tashkent, the capital of Uzbekistan, is a city that can trace its origins back to at least the first or second century BCE. With it’s over 2000 year history and vibrant multi-ethnic cultures, Tashkent offers a fascinating blend of tradition and modernity.
Explore the city’s iconic landmarks, including the majestic Registan Square, the intricate beauty of Chorsu Bazaar, and the tranquil serenity of Hast Imam Square. This is a unique opportunity to immerse yourself in the heart of Central Asia. The equally ancient city of Samarkand to the south, is about 5 hours south east of Tashkent along the great Silk Road, has an irresistible allure, making it an essential stop for those eager to uncover the treasures of this region. The museums of Tashkent and Samarkand with their culturally checkered history, arts and culture are a must see.
Group Strategy Director of Batik Air and Lion Group, Datuk Chandran Rama Muthy said that this expansion aligns with the airline’s commitment to offering diverse and exciting travel experiences to passengers.
…. Tashkent is truly a hidden gem, boasting rich history, distinctive cultures, and welcoming visitors with warm spirit of hospitality.
Pick up an all-inclusive one-way fare from RM2,553 for Economy Class out of Kuala Lumpur and RM4,003 for Business Class. Batik Air also offers a selection of pre-purchased meals and additional baggage allowance at discounted rates. Meals and drinks are also available for sale on-board in all Batik Air flights.
The flights use Batik Air’s newly acquired A330 aircraft and seats are now available for purchase through the Batik Air website. You can also connect with Batik Air on virtual space via Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.