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Leopardfish  Country Guide



Uzbekistan is one of the wealthiest republics in Central Asia, and it’s small western expat population is steadily growing. The reasons are clear. This country contains an interesting mix of cultures, historically rich archeological sites with ancient ruins from antiquity, great scenic beauty and a well developed recreation infrastructure (inclusive of fine dining and nice hotels). Still, navigation and buying retail can get somewhat complicated within the country since few locals speak fluent English. The official language is Uzbek. Still, Uzbeks tend to be very helpful to visiting internationals. Also, while most of the population is Muslim, their culture is very tolerant of other religions and non-Muslims are free to worship openly.

Expats are encouraged to respect Islam’s values and customs by dressing modestly, not drinking or displaying amorous affection in public and not eating or drinking in public spaces during Ramadan. Happily, Uzbekistan is a fairly safe country as well with little violent crime. That said, there is a significant amount of petty theft in urban areas. Western expats should take precautions for this Read more…

Satisfying websites on lifestyle in Uzbekistan

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Cost of Living

Cost of living

According to Xpatulator’s July 2016 analysis, the cost of living for expats in Uzbekistan is average in comparison to other places in the world. Still, some goods and services are quite cheap such as housing accommodations, groceries, recreation and cultural activities and transport. Of course, all of this must be counterbalanced with more expensive products such as Internet service, furniture and appliances and personal care items. All in all, the expatriate should be able to afford a comfortable life while living in Uzbekistan. This assumes that he or she has negotiated a fair compensation package that is alligned with the country’s living costs. Read more…

Satisfying sites on cost of living in Uzbekistan

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Uzbekistan has an extreme continental climate. The best time to visit is from April till June or September till October. These months the day temperatures are milder and the nights are cool. Don’t plan on going in July or August, these months are extremely hot. Temperatures can reach as high as 50 degrees Celsius (122 degrees Fahrenheit).

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Safety and Security

Safety and Security

The political and security status of countries around the world are constantly changing, to keep up with the current situation in any country please monitor the relevant Government websites and international news. The links below also provide useful indicators for prospective travelers:

The UK Foreign Office       US State Department        BBC World News         Al Jazeera