- Issyk Kul Lake is the world's second largest salt lake (after Caspian Sea) and located in the northern Tianshan Mountains in eastern Kyrgyzstan. The lake is surrounded by snow peaks but never freeze.
- The Sulaiman-too Sacred Mountain I listed as world Heritage site in Kyrgyzstan with the description of "the most complete example of a sacred mountain anywhere in Central Asia, worshipped over several millennia".
- Travel to Kyrgyzstan nowadays along the ancient Silk Road, and see some old sites like the Tash-Rabat Caravanserai, which witness the ancient trading route since 10th; Osh is the Kyrgyzstan's oldest city, also a trading city on the silk route
- Ala Archa National Park is an alpine national park in Tianshan Mountain of Kyrgyzstan, located about 40 kilometers away from capital city Bishkek, which means 45 minutes' drive from Bishkek.