Traditional clothes

Many tourists are interested in the traditional clothes when traveling around Kyrgyzstan with rent a car service. That is why our team has prepared this article about traditional clothes in order to briefly inform travelers before the start of the tour with Bishkek car rent service.

And so today everyone who wants to travel around Kyrgyzstan can contact our company and we will provide the tour with rent a car service through which you will learn about customs and traditions, as well as see and learn about traditional clothes.

National clothes, of course, embodies the basic ideas and facts of the people and the nation. The spiritual life of the Kyrgyz people is represented in the Kyrgyz national clothes and for about 700 years, it has been and remains unique. The Kyrgyz people rarely wear the traditional clothes in our modern days, therefore they are worn only on special occasions. For example, Kyrgyz traditional clothes can be seen during the holidays or visiting museums on the tour with Bishkek car rent service in Kyrgyzstan. Travelers seeing traditional clothes can understand that they are adapted to the lifestyle of nomads, so that they feel comfortable at a height among the winds.

Travelers often use rent a car service to visit some museums to see exhibitions with national clothes, consisting of outerwear and underwear. Men usually wore trousers "jarq shym", "kandagay", "chalbar" with a warm coat "Ichik", which was made from the fur of a wolf, a fox, and a lynx. The females also wore this coat. Men also preferred to wear Chokoy and Charyk shoes and tebetey, kalpak and malakai headdresses. The women wore skirts called "beldemchi". It is important to note that the girls' hats have always been decorated with bird feathers. Also with various traditional jewelry, pearls and precious stones. At that time, girls still wore a chyptama jacket.