There are no mandatory immunisations for travellers to Kyrgyzstan however you must have up-to date vaccinations for Typhoid Tetanus, Polio and Hepatitis A. It is recommended to talk to your local GP to get advice on the most effective immunisations and preventative treatments.
Drinks and food
Kyrgyzstan’s food is primarily based on rice and meat. There are numerous other options for salads and vegetable choices. While traveling, you’ll have the chance to sample local cuisines of the region which are usually a blend of the cultures that have lived and moved around over the millennia.
The available alcohol options are restricted to vodka or beer. Anyone wanting to try something else , such as Scotch or Gin – must purchase it at no cost and bring it along. Mixers like tonic water are difficult to find in Central Asia.
You will often interact with localswho have their own distinct customs and customs. We ask you to be kind and show them respect. Your tour-guides and tour-leaders are always able to advise you accordingly.
The first thing to say about travelling through Central Asia is that most areas, particularly the cities and towns, have a more laidback attitude to Islam as compared to their counterparts to the south in Afghanistan as well as Pakistan. In areas such as Bishkek you won’t believe the length of women’s skirts! However, it should be kept in mind that this is technically an Muslim area and an extra dose of caution is required in certain areas. Women and men can both wear T-shirts and shorts. However, when visiting mosques women should cover their shoulders by wearing trousers or skirts. Men should not wear shorts.
The majority of people are Islamic with just over 15% of them following
Language & Religion
Kyrgyzstan is one of the two former Soviet Republics located in Central Asia to retain Russian as an official language. In the 1990s, Kyrgyzstan was declared to be a multilingual country, with Kyrgyz as an additional official language. Because of Soviet policies, you’ll meet ethnic Uzbeks as well as Tajiks in some parts of Kyrgyzstan.
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