Han Kuk Kwan
Museum of Applied Arts
The Museum of Applied Arts occupies an exquisite house full of bright ghanch and carved wood. It was built in the 1930s, at the height...
Monument to Alisher Navoi
Near the Oliy Majlis is a vast promenade and a post-Soviet Monument to Alisher Navoi, Uzbekistan's newly chosen cultural hero. ...
Moyie Mubarek Library Museum
The official religious centre of the republic is located 2km north of the Circus, on Zarqaynar kochasi. Here you'll find the newly...
Premier Cinema Hall
Occasionally shows movies in English on request.
Manas Art Café
To dine in a yurt without schlepping over the desert on a camel, head here. There's a large yurt tastefully done up in traditional style...
Lonely Planet review
Tashkent's large population of ethnic Koreans is what drives demand for all those Korean restaurants around town. Han Kuk Kwan is one of the nicer places, serving up platters full of small salads and main dishes like bi-bim-bab, made with rice, egg and chopped meat. Large portions partially offset the high prices.