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Sort of niceish place to have a game of pool and a drink. European drinks and coctails available (though priced accordingly!). Good security, nobody would disturb you and taxi awaiting at the entrance. Open all night. Better quality people, too.
Dress Code: No particular dress code, though appearing in sports suit or pajams might not be smiled upon.
Written Jul 6, 2005
Address: Across the road from TSUM
Karaganda Sary-Arka Airport is one of the biggest in the Central Asia. Known as the Air Gateway to the Karaganda region, the airport is situated 22 km (3.5 miles) to the southeast from Karaganda and 200 km (120 miles) from Astana, Kazakhstan’s new capital.
The aerial road via Karaganda "Sary-Arka" Airport is one of the intercontinental air routes serviced by both Lufthansa and Air Kazakhstan. It is one of more comfortable and economically of the aerial intercontinental advantageous messages, that the position conditions geographical Kazakhstan and, in particular Karaganda - to the crossing of the transportation ways between Europe, Asia Of the southeast, and the Extreme Orient. Karaganda is also accessible from Moscow and Almaty by train as well.
Updated May 26, 2003
It is worth remembering that when flying in Kazakstan, when the aircraft stops at the terminal, stay seated.
The pilots always get off the plane first.
Written Nov 6, 2002
Dangerous to flash money or be offensive to locals, especially rough looking youths. Stay away from public gathering where can be lots of drunken people who are easily out of control and hostile to well-off foreigners.
Written Jul 6, 2005
Favorite thing: I am searching for a friends named Svetlana and Lyouba Eryemenko. They lived at this address: Karaganda 9 Balkashkaya 45-2 in 1967. Please help me locate this friend if you know anything about Karaganda. Svetlana worked at Karaganda Polytechic Institute about 1966-1967.
Fondest memory: My friends Svetlana and Lyouba Eryemenko
Written Aug 24, 2002