There are no obligatory immunisations that travelers must take to Kyrgyzstan however you must be up-to-date with Typhoid, Tetanus Polio and Hepatitis A. We recommend you seek advice from your local GP or travel centre for the right immunisations and preventative measures.
Food and beverages
The food served in Kyrgyzstan is usually centered around meat and rice, although the salads and vegetables offered are varied. You will be able to taste local cuisines as you travel, and often overlap with other cuisines.
In the case of alcohol, your options are usually limited to vodka and beer. Anyone looking for something different – Scotch or Gin for example – should purchase it duty-free and take it home. Mixers like tonic water are very difficult to find in Central Asia.
You will often interact with locals, each with their own distinctive customs and traditions. We therefore request that you be respectful and show them respect. You can always rely on your tour guides or tour leaders to assist you.
Central Asia has a laid low-key attitude to Islam. This is the first thing you should be aware of while traveling in Central Asia particularly in cities and towns. You’ll be shocked by the length of skirts that women are in areas such as Bishkek! However, it should also be noted that this is technically a Muslim area, so an extra dose of caution should be applied in certain areas. Both sexes can wear T-shirts and shorts. But, when going to mosques women should cover their shoulders in trousers or skirts. Men should avoid wearing shorts.
With less than 15% of people converting to Islam, more than 80% of the people are Islamic.
Language and Religion
Kyrgyzstan was one of the two former Soviet Republics located in Central Asia that retained Russian as their official language. Kyrgyzstan became an official bilingual state in the 1990’sand was able to add Kyrgyz as the official language. Also, there are Uzbeks of ethnic origin and Tajiks in certain parts of Kyrgyzstan due to previous Soviet policies.
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