Towns of Kyrgyzstan

Naryn city is an administrative centre in the largest province Naryn of Kyrgyzstan located in the free economic zone. That is why it is a real paradise for ecotourism lovers. The a...
Aydarken town, in ancient times, known as Khaidarkan village, is located on the northern slopes of Alay (Eshme Range) in Batken Region of Kadamjay District. Also, the distance betw...
Batken town is an administrative centre in the south-west of Batken Province of Kyrgyzstan located about 240 kilometres far from the west of Osh. The total area of town is 5180 ha...
From 1989 to 1992, the town was a regional centre in Issyk-Kul and Naryn Provinces and named as Issyk-Kul, then in 1993, it is renamed as Balykchy. Balykchy town is an important hu...
Kaindy city is an administrative centre in Panfilov District of Chuy Province in Kyrgyzstan. Since 2012 it has received the status of "city". In accordance with the results of 2009...
Kant town, founded in 1928/34, is an administrative centre in Ysyk-Ata District of Chuy Province in Kyrgyzstan, 20 kilometres far away from Eastern Bishkek. It has received the sta...
Kara-Balta city, translated from Kyrgyz as “black axe”, is an administrative centre in Jayyl District of Chuy Province in Kyrgyzstan. It was established in 1825 and after 1975 it h...
Karakol is the 4th largest city in Kyrgyzstan near the eastern part of Issyk-Kul lake. It is about 380 km away from the capital Bishkek considered to be one of Central Asia’s main...
 Bishkek is the largest city and the capital of Kyrgyzstan. It is situated in the Chui valley in the north of the country between the Talas valley and the Issyk-Kul region. The pop...
Osh is the second-largest city in Kyrgyzstan and is considered to be its southern capital. The population of the city is around 250 thousand people of ethnically different national...
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