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According to shoppingpicks, January in Kyrgyzstan is characterized by cold temperatures, ranging from -10 to 0°C. Snowfall is common during this month, with both light and heavy snow showers occurring. The snow usually melts away during the day but the temperature remains low throughout the month. February sees a slight increase in temperature to -5 to 5°C and a decrease in snowfall. While there are still days with heavy snowfall, these are much less frequent than in January. March also sees an increase in temperature to -2 to 8°C and a decrease in snowfall as winter begins to wind down. April marks the start of spring in Kyrgyzstan and temperatures begin to rise significantly, reaching 10-15°C by the end of the month. Rain is more frequent during this time and there can be occasional thunderstorms as well. Snowfall is rare at this point but it can still occur on some days. Kyrgyzstan, which borders China to the east, is very mountainous. It has a continental climate. Summers are hot and winters cold. The temperature difference within one year is extremely large: in July it will be 35°C, in the same place the mercury barely rises above freezing in January. Kyrgyzstan is a dry country. Most rain falls from April to June. In the summer the sun shines abundantly. It is then nice and cool in the mountains; an ideal time to explore this area devoid of tourism on foot. Check areacodesexplorer for Kyrgyzstan History.

Kyrgyzstan Geography and Population

Kyrgyzstan (Geography) Kyrgyzstan is a distinct mountain country with opulent nature; it has been called “Switzerland of Asia”. Several large mountain ranges characterize the landscape; to the east and south Tian Shan with the country’s highest peak on the border with China (Pobjedy, 7439 m), to the west Alaj, which is a northern tributary of… Read More »

Kyrgyzstan Economy

Basic data Capital Bishkek Population 6.63 million Language Kyrgyz (state), Russian (official) Religion Islam (88%), Christianity (11.5%) State system presidential republic Head of State Sadyr Zaparov Head of government Akylbek Zaparov Currency name Kyrgyz Som Travel Time shift +5 hours (in summer +4 hours) Economy 2021 Nominal GDP (billion USD) 7.7 Economic growth (%) 3.6… Read More »

Kyrgyzstan Visa, Embassy, Holidays and Shopping

VISAS, ENTRY RULES, CUSTOMS REGULATIONS in Kyrgyzstan Citizens of Russia do not need a visa to visit Kyrgyzstan, it is enough to present a valid foreign or general passport at the border. Citizens of a foreign country who are subject to a visa-free regime can enter, exit, transit, move and stay in the territory of… Read More »

History in Kyrgyzstan

Primitive people settled on the territory of modern Kyrgyzstan in the Stone Age. In the II century. BC. the southern agricultural regions of the country became part of the state of Parkan. In the 5th century nomads inhabiting northern Kyrgyzstan are also beginning to move towards a settled way of life. In the XIII century.… Read More »

Kyrgyzstan State Facts

  CAPITAL Bishkek STATE STRUCTURE parliamentary-presidential republic INTERNAL DIVISION unitary state SQUARE 199,951 km² CLIMATE Continental OFFICIAL LANGUAGE The state language is Kyrgyz. Russian language has official status CURRENCY Kyrgyzstani som POPULATION more than 6 million NATIONAL COMPOSITION Kyrgyz (72.6%), Uzbeks (14.5%), Russians (6.4%), etc. RELIGION Secular state TIMEZONE UTC +6 / MSK +3 TELEPHONE… Read More »

Kyrgyzstan State Overview

Kyrgyzstan is a republic in Central Asia with more than 5 million residents. Its capital and most populous city is Bishkek. In the north it has a long border with Kazakhstan. It is a wonderful country that attracts and bewitches each of its incredibly beautiful mountains and this country gladly shares the beauty with every traveler who enters its… Read More »

Central Asia between Bark and Wood Part III

6: Energy and great power games Central Asia is rich in natural resources – especially large oil and gas deposits in Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan call for foreign interest. The central location near Afghanistan also gives the region great military strategic importance . Both global and regional powers are trying to strengthen their position. At the… Read More »

Kyrgyzstan Travel Advice

General travel information for Kyrgyzstan Continent: Asia Geographical location: Central Asia Highest elevation: Dschengisch Tschokusu (7439 m above sea level) Longest river: Naryn (534 km) Form of government: Parliamentary republic System of Government: Parliamentary system Languages: Kyrgyz, Russian Neighboring countries: Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan and China Capital: Bishkek Area: Approx. 199,900 km² Residents: Approx. 6,256,700 people… Read More »