Project Silkroad 2010

Another extraordinary idea…..from Jasni….He asked me to start a topic about this trip. I can’t really say whether this idea will eventually materialised but I found one itinerary from the net to begin the discussion…

Day 1 Arrive in Beijing
Day 2-3 Self-tour in Beijing
Day 4 Fly from Beijing to Urumqi City
Day 5 Fly from Urumqi CIty to Kashgar Region, Karakul Lake and the Oytag Valley of the Kunlun Mountains
Day 6 Self-tour Idkah Mosque and Tomb of Fragrant Imperial Concubine in Kashgar
Day 7 SUNDAY Kashgar Grand Bazaar and go to Kuqa (Kuche) Region
Day 8 Kezier Thousand Buddhist Caves and Tianshan Mysterious Grand Canyon
Day 9 Kuqa–Korla–Turpan, Emin tower & mosque, Norbu Village and Taklimakan Desert
Day 10 Turpan– Urumqi, the Ancient City of Jiaohe, Flaming Mountain, Karez Well and Gr***Valley
Day 11 Heaven Lake of Celestial Mountains, Urumqi–Dunhuang City
Day 12 Mogao Caves and Booming Sand Dune & Crescent Spring
Day 13 Dunhuang City– Xi’an City
Day 14 The Old City Wall, Shaanxi Provincial Museum and Grand Wild Goose Pagoda
Day 15 The Terra Cotta Soldiers, Huaqing Hot Springs Park, and Banpo, an old Neolithic (and possibly matriarchal) village, Xi’an City–Beijing
Day 16 Self-tour in Beijing
Day 17 Fly home.

Source: Backpacker Ultimate Guide

I think we need 20 days for this project. Not sure about the budget yet. I would say less than 5K per person.


  1. remi October 30, 2008 at 2:30 pm #

    there is no direct flight to beijing by airasia. hopefully airasia-x would fly there soon. basically, we cover the silk road in china rite? am i rite?

  2. Jamal Rahman October 30, 2008 at 2:48 pm #

    Ntah…I know nothing about Beijing or Silkroad. Main copy paste aje…..nanti lah…kene research kemudian. Now concentrate benda lain dulu.

  3. hasmanizam October 30, 2008 at 4:30 pm #

    Lepas Dr balik haji bleh la discuss in detail planning. Kang kat Mekah dok ppikir project silk road…haru nanti :)

  4. dR ali October 30, 2008 at 8:20 pm #

    Baru nih ada sorang photog KL present pasal travel kat China ngan budget RM1700…. kalau travel by train… dan naik Air Asia ke Macau… insyallah budget lingkungan itu…

  5. Jamal Rahman October 30, 2008 at 10:52 pm #

    Erk….cam susah aje nak lepas RM1700 tu. Kalau 3K OK kut naik train…tapi berapa purnama baru abis round jalan sutera ni?

  6. remi October 31, 2008 at 1:29 am #

    purnama merindu…hahhahaha

  7. hasmanizam October 31, 2008 at 10:52 am #

    Jgn nanti balik Malaysia sume serabai…..baju koyak2…setelah beberapa purnama berpetualang……muahahaa.

  8. remi October 31, 2008 at 11:23 am #

    wah berpetualang lagi deh…udah bisa bicara pake bahasa indonesia ya. syabas mas …. syabasssss

    ps://dr jamal…apsal takda comment punya widget aa…tatak nampak lah comment orang yg latest…

  9. Jass October 31, 2008 at 12:12 pm #

    Tak pe gi dulu 10 hari ke? 14 Hari Ke? Lain kali ade rezeki sambung lagi. Kali petama pakai sherpa kali ke dua backpack sendiri je.

  10. remi November 2, 2008 at 11:58 am #

    saya dah update ecotravelogue. silkroad 2010 is here .

  11. Jamal Rahman November 2, 2008 at 3:01 pm #

    Hebat…hebat…cayalah abang remi…..

  12. rootrock November 14, 2008 at 10:38 am #

    ola.. mcm menarik ja proyek ni,,, ase nk itut lah.. ermm silkroad..

  13. remi November 18, 2008 at 12:14 pm #

    nak itut saja…kekekke

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