Parliamentary elections will take place on Sunday 4 October. You should take extra care around this time and avoid any demonstrations.
Take care if you travel to the Oblasts (Provinces) of Osh, Batken and Jalal-Abad. See Local travel
The Kyrgyz/Uzbek and Kyrgyz/Tajik borders are subject to closure without notice. There have been a number of security incidents in the Kyrgyz/Uzbek border region. See Local travel
There are occasional clashes along the disputed Kyrgyz-Tajik border. A Tajik civilian was killed in an exchange of gunfire near the Vorukh enclave in July 2014. There was a separate incident near the villages of Kok-Tash and Chorkuh in August 2015. There’s a risk of further localised violence and border closures at any time.
There is a British Embassy in Bishkek. However, the British Embassy Office in Almaty, Kazakhstan, is responsible for providing consular assistance to British nationals in Kyrgyzstan. If you need consular assistance while you are in Kyrgyzstan, you should contact the consular section at the British Embassy Office, Almaty.
There is an underlying threat from terrorism. See Terrorism
You must carry your passport, or a notarised copy of it, at all times. See Local laws and customs
Take out comprehensive travel and medical insurance before you travel.