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Two new RestPoint opened in the south of the country

Today, November 20, two new Restpoints appeared on the Bishkek-Osh highway. One Restpoint was opened in Jalal-Abad, the second at the entrance to the city of Kara-Kul.

RestPoint is an opportunity for tourists and travelers to relax, get information, charge gadgets. Here you can have coffee or tea, snacks and a shower. There are toilets, including for people with disabilities, a social room, and charging stations for electric vehicles.

Each RestPoint has a tourist interactive display containing all the information needed for travelers - about routes, sights and interesting places nearby. The rest points will work all year round. They provide heating, hot water and sewerage.

Today was the solemn opening ceremony of new RestPoint. In Jalal-Abad, it was attended by Vice-President Tourism Development Support Fund Bolotbek Dyikanbayev, First Deputy Plenipotentiary Representative of the President in Jalal-Abad Region Erkinbek Mamataev and Mayor of Jalal-Abad City Ernisbek Ormokov.

RestPoint has already established itself in the Kyrgyz Republic. The first points of rest appreciated travelers on Issyk-Kul, who stopped for a rest in RestPoint in Kemin at a turn on the bypass. It opened in April and immediately became a popular destination, especially among foreign tourists. On the road Bishkek-Osh similar to the level of comfort so far there were no places, so both tourists and local residents were eagerly waiting for them.

Three more RestPoint, two in the south - in Barpy and Uzgen, one in Issyk-Kul, in the village of Saru are being prepared for opening. All the rest points are located on popular and busy tourist routes and intercity routes.

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