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The best night spot in town. 1000 soums to get in, good Uzbek and Russian music. Friendly staff Strong German military presence on week-ends. Several unacompanied ladies always grace the place. Good place to go early (10-11). If you go too late, some people embarass themselves after over-indulging. No fun.
Dress Code: Normal casual
Written Jul 26, 2005
Address: Surhon Hotel
Once you arrive in Termiz you will need to use some taxis. Unfortunately unless you know the local price or you speak very good Russian people will try to get some extra money off you. I went there in September and a good fare from Termiz airport to the border with Afghanistan was 8000 sum, you pay for the taxi no matter the number of people. From the airport to the town should be around 5000 sum and likewise from the town to the border. Maybe a little bit more but definitely not the 15000 sum that some people will try to get. If you come from Afghanistan you will find the first taxi drivers even inside the no man land. Same thing they will ask about 13-15000 sum claiming that the price of fuel just went up. That might be the case but also remember that some of them drive to Afghanistan to fill up their tanks then come back to Uzbekistan and charge more than local price. If you ask some of the locals they will tell you about the local price. Also from Termiz to Samarkand should between 16000 and 25000. I am pretty sure the locals pay around 16000 it depends if you are tired or ready to play the game and bargain. The price to Tashkent was about 40000 sum. So around 25-30 US dollars.
Written Nov 18, 2008
During these hot summer days, you can take a taxi and head for a secluded beach on Lake Utchkisel, about twelve kilometers NO of Termiz, via the road to Tashkent. The beach is small, but clean, and there are virtually no one there. The water is crystal clear and its temperature comfortable. Bring your own refresments because the choice is limited near the beach. Overall a great place to spend a hot day.
Written Jul 17, 2005
Even if you're not American, you can stop by and use the internet and browse some English books. Hey, the US government (US Embassy) paid some big $$ to open this English language/Culture center, so feel free to stop by.
This building is the "Palace of Youth", just down the street (Alisher Navoy) from the big clock ("Big Ben").
Written Nov 10, 2004