The largest country in Central Asia and the ninth biggest in the world is Kazakhstan, a former Soviet state. It did not exist as a nation before 1991 and today it is slowly opening its arms wide to invite foreign tourists. The capital city of Astana is home to many tourist attractions that are yet to be discovered and enjoyed by people from all over the world. Astana is pegged as Central Asia’s city of the future, and one of its modern attractions is the President’s Culture Centre. So far, the most common international tourists to the capital city are from the United Kingdom, Germany, China, Japan and Korea.
The President’s Culture Center is a new and fancy museum that is five-stories high. Its center is a large circle with a gleaming blue [Read more…]