Perfectly safe. Just take the usual precautions you would take in any major city.
Not much sight seeing as such (ancient historical buildings etc) but enough atmosphere,
a fascinating mixture of cultural influences and modern historical
references to compensate.
Plenty of shops, cafés, bars, restaurants, night clubs etc.... and quite a lot of festivals and days of celebration. about 6 years agoAnswered by bob powers via WorldNomads.com
Mohammed, I'd urge you to use a high degree of caution while travelling in Kyrgyzstan, it has a reputation for high crime rates (including violent crime) and the place is a rough and tumble frontier-like place.
I hope you like meat (lots of it) and vodka (lots of it).
Here're our tips on staying safe in this rough and ready, yet fascinating 'stan.
Phil from the safety hub. about 6 years ago