Road signs and street maps for tourists are being installed in Kyrgyzstan. The U.S. Embassy in the Kyrgyz Republic reported.
As noted, the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) is installing 125 new road signs and street maps to improve the tourism experience in Kyrgyzstan. Eight trekking maps and 11 tourist maps in Naryn, Issyk-Kul, and Osh, as well as 106 directional road signs throughout Kyrgyzstan are among them.
The tourist signs will help visitors to navigate through cities and trekking routes, and show directions to major tourist attractions.
Since 2016, USAID has installed 80 directional signs along major roads, and street maps for walking tours in Osh and Karakol.
Installation of the tourist signs is a part of USAID’s broader efforts to enhance tourism in the Kyrgyz Republic under its Business Growth Initiative. The project helps to strengthen tourism companies, hotels, guest houses, museums as well as promote Kyrgyzstan in international markets.