Jalal-Abad (also Dzhalal-Abad; since 2003 also spelled Jalalabad and Jalalabat) is the administrative and economic center of Jalal-Abad Oblasty in
Talas is a small town in northwestern Kyrgyzstan, located in a long valley between two imposing mountain ranges.
Bishkek is one of the greenest cities in Central Asia. About 150 different kinds of trees and bushes are planted in the streets of the city.
Batken is a clean, big city in the south-west of Kyrgyzstan.
The city of Cholpon Ata is located on the northern shore of Lake Issyk Kul, 265 km east of Bishkek.
At the eastern tip of Lake Issyk-Kul, Karakol is a fertile garden town of wooden chocolate-box cottages and shady, poplar-lined avenues.
Osh, the second largest city of the Kyrgyz republic, is one of the oldest settlements of Central Asia.
Kochkor is a town of shepherds located in Naryn oblast 200 km from Bishkek. It is located at 1800m. alt. The city has 17,000 residents.
The town of Toktogul is located in the district of Jalal-Abad, Kyrgyzstan, along the dam Toktogul.
Blocked in the Central Tien Shan, the town was built during soviet times. If the town has no charm, the landscape is just unbelievable.
Uzgen is a large village on the main road between Jalal Abad and Osh. The modern city of Uzgen is located on the territory of ancient site.