Built during the Osh 3000 celebrations, this museum has some imaginative displays like a case of weapons apparently caught up in a mad...
Alien Fairy Cake
This distinctive round structure with faceted silver walls and roof looks like an alien fairy cake but actually contains a photography...
Outside UTAMK is a giant yurt built in three vertical sections. Although interesting for its mere existence, its colourful interior is...
Dance away the summer nights in this breezy, partly open-air disco tucked into the parkland between Tsarskii Dvor and Koreana Korean...
Above the over-glitzy main restaurant is a summer rooftop with great views of Suleiman Too from stylish new tea pavilions, some set on...
Lonely Planet review
The one-room Dom Babura is a 1989 reconstruction of an historic prayer-room whose tradition dates back to 1497. In that year the 14-year-old Zahiruddin Babur of Fergana built himself a little prayer-retreat here. Later famed as projenitor of the Mogul Dynasty, Babur's place of private worship became highly revered but various incarnations have been destroyed notably by earthquake (1853) and, in the 1960s, by mysterious explosion. Most local people are convinced that the latter was a Soviet attempt to halt ‘superstition’, ie Islamic pilgrimage.