Customary apparels

Because traditional Kyrgyz clothing is a fascinating topic on your tour, we've established a page dedicated to it. Get ready for an exciting experience by renting a car from us in Kyrgyzstan. Many people now come to our one-of-a-kind country to participate in customs and traditions, which includes dressing in traditional attire.

Most tourists to Kyrgyzstan want to learn everything they can about the country before leaving. Clothing, according to anthropologists, tends to express a people's and a place's fundamental ideas and reality. Kyrgyz clothing is produced from a unique material that has been used in Kyrgyz clothing for over 700 years. Ordinary folks don't dress like this unless they're going to a major occasion. It also symbolizes the nomadic people's way of life, giving them a sense of calm as they float through the skies. Taking a tour and renting a car are both suggested.

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Travelers who rent a car in Kyrgyzstan can visit museums that show traditional clothing, including outwear and undergarments. Men wore "jarq shym," "kandagay," and "chalbar" trousers. "Ichik" is standing sideways, wearing a thick coat. It's created from wolf, fox, and lynx fur. A woman could potentially wear this coat on a regular basis. Males choose Chokoy and Charyk shoes, as well as Tebetey, Kalpak, and Malakai headgear.

Women wore "Beldemchi" skirts. The girls' hats were always decorated with bird feathers. In addition to conformist decoration, pearls and valuable stones are employed. Girls wore a jacket called a "chyptama."