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Bishkek city is the name of a shopping center on Suyumbayeva street. It does not look attractive from the outside, but inside there is a cosy atmosphere especially on the ground floor where food is sold. Many stalls and outlets are run by female entrepeneurs...More
Bishkek is a great place to explore the city life of Kyrgyzstan. It's fun to pop into a cafe and have a coffee or a few beers and there is a lot going on after 10:00 pm. If you are in Bishkek I would make...More
Bishkek is probably the cheapest city I have ever visited.
Osh bazaar sells virtually everything with most colourful displays.
The main square had superb illumination. Busses rattle and smoke but at just 9p the fares are so inexpensive.
I had no idea what to expect of Bishkek. I read a few travel guides/blogs before entrusting myself to Turkish Airlines (who were better than I've been led to believe) and headed into the unknown. I arrived on Victory Day, and it seemed most of...More
Really friends this is the only city in Kyrgyzstan I liked. It's nightlife, night clubs and its streets are best. Ice skating in bishkek park wast the best in all moment. One of the wonderful was the way between Jalalabad and Bishkek. Just like heaven.
I had low expectations coming here and I was pleasantly surprised. Generally sights are centrally located and walkable. Relatively easy to find with the grid Street system. Friendly curious polite locals but almost no English spoken. Very hot in summer. I imagine spring and autumn...More
On the face of it Bishkek doesn't have a lot to offer, built on a grid system and relatively young. There are no old historical places, castles or cathedrals to admire. The infrastucture and many of the buildings are badly in need of repair. It...More