Published on : Thursday, July 6, 2017
Astana, the capital city of Republic of Kazakhstan is now turning into one of the most preferred travel destinations in Central Asia and it is gradually turning into a best destination far way from Europe.
Astana became the capital of Republic of Kazakhstan, after transferring the administration from Almaty, which is considered as the largest city in Kazakhstan. Astana is now turning into a commercial hub of Central Asia and becoming the “New Singapore of Central Asia”. Astana has the bouquet of tourism destinations and luxury hotels for stays and conferences.
The city of Astana, seven hours from Heathrow (a major international and modernised air transportation area in London, UK), is now already becoming hype in the foreign travelling circles, especially who are from Dubai. It was a former Soviet City, located at the heart of Central Asia, now evolving as a contemporary cultural and business capital in Republic of Kazakhstan.
The city of Astana has the state-of-the-art modernised architectural specimens. Architect Norman Foster is the main person who is behind the constructions of many modern building in Astana. He designed Khan Shatyr Entertainment Centre, an award-winning tented-shaped steel architectural building. There are old architectures in the city, which are equally popular to the business and leisure tourists. Astana will allure hundreds and thousands of visitors who will attend 2017 Expo, which will explore the theme “Future Energy”. 2017 Expo will give an exposure to the global visitors for the business summits and with that Kazakhstan will strengthen with the foreign revenue and boost its development.
2017 Expo will give an opportunity to put Astana in the map to attract the tourists from the world like London and Paris. Astana has many places to see to be proud of. Baiterek Tower, Ak Orda Presidential Palace, The Independence Square, Kazakh Eli monument, Khan Shatyr, Duman, Atameken Map of Kazakhstan, The Museum of the First President of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Defenders of the Fatherland Square, Asia Park, Shabyt Palace of Creativity and lots to see.