Best places to visit in Kyrgyzstan
Kyrgyzstan occupies a significant spot on the globe at 41°00'North latitude and 75°00'East longitude. It is one of the national settlers of Central Asia. It is circumscribed by neighbouring countries which include Kazakhstan (North), Tajikistan (South), China (East), and Uzbekistan (West).
Territorial boundary extends up to 199 900 square kilometres. This is further divided into six administrative regions. These include Osh region (46 200 sq km), Narin region (45 200 sq km), Issyk-Kul region (43 100 sq km), Jalal-Abad region (33 700 sq km), Chu region (20 200 sq km), and Talas region (11 400 sq km).
Kyrgyz territory is dominated by mountain ranges. Distribution of land area consists of agricultural lands (106 900 sq km), woodlands (11 000 sq km), submerge lands (8 800 sq km), and residential lands (60 000sq km).
Prominent mountain ranges include Tien Shan ranges, Ferganna ranges, Pamir Alay ranges, and Ala- Too ranges. Also, the collection of valleys is comprised of Ak Sai, Besh Tash, Chong Kemin, Ece Naryn, Garm, Karkara, Kyzyl-Suu, and Talas.
Home to lakes and rivers, it has remarkable bodies of water. Selection of great lakes is constituted of Chatyr Kul (175 sq km), Issyk-Kul (6236 sq km), and Song Kol (275 sq km). Among the remarkable Kyrgyz Rivers are Chashkap (205 km), Chu (221 km), and Narin (535 km).
Bishkek as the capital city of Kyrgyzstan is endowed with several attractions. Its top three spots include the Ala-Too Square, Great Silk Road Museum, and the Statue of Liberty. Also, there are must-see historical sites across the regions such as Chong Kemin National Park, Karakol Valley National Park, and Salkyntor State Park.