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Capital: Bishkek
Dialing code: +996
Currency: Kyrgyzstani som
Official languages: Kyrgyz, Russian
Points of interest: Ala Archa National Park, Burana Tower…

Kyrgyzstan, officially the Kyrgyz Republic and also known as Kirghizia, is a country in Central Asia. Kyrgyzstan is a landlocked country with mountainous terrain. It is bordered by Kazakhstan to the north, Uzbekistan to the west and southwest, Tajikistan to the southwest and China to the east


Most of Kyrgyzstan is very safe but there are still a few areas around the country that could pose a risk to your safety. While there haven’t been widespread violent disputes since 2010, tensions still continue to exist over the recognition of the Kyrgyz/Uzbek borders.


Kyrgyz belongs to the Turkic group of languages, which includes languages such as KazakhUzbek, Turkish, Uyghur, and Tatar. Turkic languages have been spoken for many centuries across vast territory from the Balkans to China. Kygyz is one of the major languages of the Kipchak sub-branch of the Turkic languages.


Festivals in Kyrgyzstan reflect the rich history and nomadic customs and traditions of the Kyrgyz people. Festivals feature sporting competitions, races and demonstrations, as well as handmade products, food, and performances.

Today, festivals are a great way to keep traditions alive and to gather people not only from Kyrgyzstan but from around the world. The most popular festivals feature arts and crafts, cuisine, folklore, felt, hunting with birds, and horse games. Many Kyrgyz festivals are held in jailoos (or summer pastures), with yurts showing off traditional dishes and selling crafts.

Festivals in Kyrgyzstan are some of the best places to explore and enjoy Kyrgyz traditions and customs.

Best time to go:

The most suitable time to visit northern Kyrgyzstan is from June to September; March to October is perfect for southern Kyrgyzstan. For climbing in the low mountain regions, summer is great – the mountain slopes are flushed with flowers that are blossoming between April and June.

Rough budget:

Kyrgyzstan is an excellent country to travel in and you can get around and live quite comfortably on as little as 1000 Som or US$15 a day if you are moving slowly. This is budget travel. If you are on a quick, short holiday you are probably going to want to do things a bit differently. What is the average cost of lunch in Kyrgyzstan? In Kyrgyzstan, a typical fast food meal costs: 3.20 USD (250 KGS), while a beer will cost you $0.90 (70 KGS) & local transport $0.13 (10 KGS).

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Best things to do in Kyrgyzstan

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Best things to do in Kyrgyzstan.

1- Kyrgyzstan Horse Riding Tour

Start and end in Bishkek! With the In-depth Cultural tour Kyrgyzstan Horse Riding Tour, you have a 9 days tour package taking you through Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan and 3 other destinations in Kyrgyzstan. Kyrgyzstan Horse Riding Tour includes accommodation in a accommodation and Accommodation as well as an expert guide, meals, transport and more.

2- Bishkek To Bishkek (16 Days) Kyrgyzstan Overland

Start and end in Bishkek! With the Overland Truck tour Bishkek To Bishkek (16 Days) Kyrgyzstan Overland, you have a 16 days tour package taking you through Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan and 3 other destinations in Kyrgyzstan. Bishkek To Bishkek (16 Days) Kyrgyzstan Overland includes accommodation in a accommodation and Accommodation as well as an expert guide, transport.

3- Trekking Kyrgyzstan: Alay Mountains Adventure

Start and end in Osh! With the Hiking & Trekking tour Trekking Kyrgyzstan: Alay Mountains Adventure, you have a 8 days tour package taking you through Osh, Kyrgyzstan. Trekking Kyrgyzstan: Alay Mountains Adventure includes accommodation in a accommodation and Accommodation as well as an expert guide, meals, transport and more.

Where to stay in Bishkek

Are you planning to travel to Kyrgyzstan? And looking for information about accommodation in Kyrgyzstan? So, I will share my first experience of accommodating Kyrgyzstan while my tour. So where to stay in Kyrgyzstan when you travel around?

1- Interhouse Bishkek

Interhouse Bishkek is located in heart of Bishkek. 2 steps from Philarmonia and Youth square. Manasa ave is main street in Bishkek. Supermarkets, cafe, Banks, White House, shops, avia and train tickets and tourist information center 5 minutes from us.

We care about the quality hospitality and accommodate guests with FREE hot breakfast, comfortable beds with orthopedic mattresses, drinking water, refrigerator, lockers, linens, hairdryer, ironing, free WI-FI, Notebooks, and many other complementary services and items…

2- Friends Guest House & Hostels

Our facility is unique in that sense that there is an exceptionally convenient location for visitors of the city. To the airport twenty minutes drive from us, to the city center five minutes as well as to all the attractions and main administrative buildings are nearby.

Friends Guest House & Hostels offers comfortable and affordable accommodation. It also offers friendly atmosphere and clean rooms.

3- Centre Hostel

Centre hostel is located in the quiet downtown of Bishkek, a 3-minute walk from Vefa shopping mall and one minute from Abdrakhmanova street, where from it is very convenient to get to any part of the city. Free Wi-Fi around the area, bar with shared kitchen, lounge with playing room, and free private parking are offered for all our guests. We offer the best price-quality trade-off in Bishkek! Our guests get more for the same money.

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Most beautiful places in Kyrgyzstan

Beautiful & Amazing places that you will never forget

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As expected, you need to make sure your passport is valid for the duration…

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Books worth reading while in Kyrgyzstan

1- Restless Valley – Philip Shishkin

Philip Shishkin spent several years in Kyrgyzstan in a time of serious upheaval. He witnesses 2 revolutions as well as the aftermath of the Andijan massacre in Uzbekistan. For anyone who wants to know more about what happened in those storied days: this is the book.

Shishkin’s focus is on the links between politics, organised crime and corruption. He has the inside scoop on the dirty deals of the Akaevs and the Bakiyevs, the Manas airbase shenanigans, the ethnic cleansing in Osh and a live report of the looting of the White House.

Restless Valley on Amazon

2- Jamilia – Chingiz Aitmatov

The most beautiful love story in the world? Probably not, but Jamilia, written by Kyrgyzstan’s national poet, is a good story, and one that evokes the life and landscape of the Kyrgyz people very well. Chingiz Aitmatov has written a lot of books, but start your foray into Kyrgyz literature with this classic: it’s short and packs a punch.

Jamilia on Amazon

3- Kyrgyzstan – Claudia Antipina

Claudia Antipina was an eminent Russian anthropologist who worked most of her life in Kyrgyzstan studying the nomadic Kyrgyz. Rolando Paiva, is a French/Argentinean painter and photographer. He is the author of several books, including L’Art BatakAfgahn EmbroideriesEl Parana and Interieurs ExterieursTemirbek Musakeev is a Kyrgyz artist specializing in set design. His featured watercolors illustrate Claudia Antipina’s scientific work and research.

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