In the ethnographic complex Supara (translated from Kyrgyz - a leather tablecloth), guests can enjoy traditional Kyrgyz cuisine, get imbued with the culture and life of the Kyrgyz people and get to know the history of Kyrgyzstan.
Ethno-complex Supara consists of several yurts, with a capacity of 10 to 200 people, stone houses for individual meetings, as well as a large area, consisting of trestle beds, gazebos and a terrace.
The construction of the Supara ethnic complex was carried out using natural materials such as stone, clay and wood. Each of the houses or yurts has a unique design and interior decoration.
The Supara ethno complex also has an interactive museum, which displays household items of nomadic Kyrgyz.
1 Ulitsa Karagul Akmat, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan