Salamatsyngby and welcome to Bishkek, the capital of Kyrgyzstan!
The country borders Kazakhstan to the north, Uzbekistan to the west, Tajikistan to the southwest and China to the southeast. Bishkek is a relatively new city near the old Silk Road, a modern, dynamic, and constantly evolving place with a rich history dating back to the 6th century.
Bishkek is a city of contrasts whose Soviet legacy of urban planning and building is now accompanied by new hotels, business centers, shopping malls and other modern infrastructure.
Agriculture constitutes around a third of the economy of Kyrgyzstan. Cotton, tobacco, wool, meat and increasingly grains are the main products, although only tobacco and cotton are exported in large quantities.The economy also relies heavily on extraction and industrial exports, with large reserves of gold, mercury and uranium.
Kyrgyz people are famous for their hospitality. They have an expression: "When you arrive at my home is up to you. When you leave is up to me". Hospitality is rooted in the traditions of nomadic people.
Decided to move to Bishkek?
First of all you must be ready for new country’s traditions, customs and environment. Intermark created Bishkek Relocation Guide for your relocation in Kyrgyzstan. On its pages you will find the insider’s guide to Bishkek housing market, city districts, popular residential areas, international schools, medical care and the practical aspects of living in Bishkek.
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Our Bishkek consultant will offer you options from all Bishkek’s real estate agencies, private brokers and developers. This will save you the trouble of contacting agents yourself which can quickly turn into a complicated and arduous task. Make the most of your time and energy! Bishkek consultant will get you acquainted with the city, help you to find the kindergarten or school for your children, advice you best vet for your pet and become your best friend in your new city and will be ready to help 24/7.