Perhaps surprisingly, Kazakhstan provides visitors with an exciting broad range of memorable things to do and see. If you want to travel to somewhere unique that will be the envy of your friends, Kazakhstan is an excellent choice of destination.

As the world’s ninth-largest country, accommodation, restaurants, and public transport are of a higher standard than many places in Central Asia. As well as enjoying the bustle and futuristic architecture of cities like Nur-Sultan, you can enjoy visiting mysterious ruins, spectacular nature reserves, historic tombs, and even an incredible ski resort.


01The Palace of Peace and Reconciliation

In Kazakhstan’s capital city Nur-Sultan, you will see the city’s new highlight: The Palace of Peace and Reconciliation. This beautiful modern pyramid opened in 2006 as the home of the triennial Congress of World and Traditional Religions. The glass-and-steel building features a 1,350-seat opera hall, an impressive atrium, and a conference hall with stained-glass windows displaying doves. You can take a 30-minute guided tour to see the interior of this spectacular pyramid. But its exterior is best viewed at night when beautifully illuminated.

Astana, Kazakhstan, the Pyramid of Peace and Accord or the Palace of Peace and Reconciliation cultural center