For tourist


Your safety is our responsibility! Maximum comfort and decent rest


Telephone code: +7(7162)

Postcode: 020000

Fire Department 101
Police for free from landline and mobile phones 102
First aid from any phone 103
Emergency gas service from any phone 104
Emergency Rescue Service from any phone 112

Kokshetau railway station +7 (716) 229 3333
Kokshetau bus station +7 (7162) 76-32-59, +7 (7162) 25-24-04
Reception akim of Kokshetau city +7 (7162) 29-78-00
Akimat of the Aqmola region +7 (7162) 29-72-00
Taxi “Alem” +7‒700‒444‒22‒02, +7‒775‒007‒47‒57
Taxi “3” +7 (7162) 33‒33‒33, +7‒775‒933‒33‒33, +7‒776‒770‒33‒33, +7‒708‒770‒33‒33, +7‒707‒770‒33‒33
Taxi “Taxi-2” +7 (7162) 72‒22‒22, +7‒777‒902‒02‒02, +7‒776‒272‒22‒22, +7‒701‒957‒02‒22
Taxi “Визит” +7 (7162) 40‒10‒40, +7‒701‒530‒82‒02, +7 (7162) 25‒55‒770 +7‒705‒563‒96‒990 +7‒701‒072‒21‒21

Burabay resort

Telephone code:  +7(71630)

Postcode:  630520

Fire Department  101
Police for free from landline and mobile phones  102
First aid from any phone 103
Emergency gas service from any phone  104
Emergency Rescue Service from any phone 112
Railway station  +7(71636) 6-44-01
Bus station   +7(71636) 3-22-66
Taxi «Ecuador» +7 (71636) 4-00-00
Taxi «Alina»  +7 (71636) 4-22-91
Taxi «Sokol»  +7 (71636) 4-43-44
Taxi   +7 (71636) 4-10-10


Telephone code: +7 (71632)

Postcode: 021200

Fire Department  101
Police for free from landline and mobile phones  102
First aid from any phone  103
Emergency gas service from any phone 104
Emergency Rescue Service from any phone  112


Telephone code: +7(71637)

Postcode:  021300

Fire Department   101
Police for free from landline and mobile phones   102
First aid from any phone  103
Emergency gas service from any phone  104
Emergency Rescue Service from any phone  112

Kazakhstan is located in Central Asia region, south of Russia and northwest of China. The continental position of Kazakhstan in the center of the Eurasian continent is its distinctive feature, and is reflected in the entire physical and geographical make-up of the territory, its hydro geography, and its plant and animal life. The Republic of Kazakhstan is multinational and friendly country. There are more than seventeen million people, representatives of more than one hundred and thirty nationalities.

The Kazakhs are extremely hospitable people. Since early childhood principles of respect of guests and older people. Besides that, the national peculiarity is peacefulness and tolerance are instilled in every Kazakh and these are the national features of Kazakh culture and traditions.

At one time, the nomadic Kazakhs lived in yurts (cone-shaped tents of white felt stretched over a framework of wooden poles). Yurts are light and easy to assemble, dismantle and carry around. It is a comfortable and practical home, ideally suited to the local conditions and way of life, one of the greatest inventions of Eurasian nomads.

Nauryz (the Islamic New Year) is one of the biggest holidays in Central Asia. It is celebrated on the day of spring equinox of March 22. On that day, the streets of villages and towns are transformed. Guests are met in beautiful yurts with the traditional Nauryz kozhe dish made of seven traditional ingredients. People respecting this holiday forgive each other debts and offences.

National Cuisine
Mostly Kazakhstan food is made from meat and milk, above all, delicacies made from horse meat. One of the popular national cuisine is beshbarmak. Beshbarmak is a dressed carcass of a ram or a foal boiled in a cauldron. Ayran is a cold drink made from sour milk diluted with water. Also known as kumys is a cold-soft drink made from fermented milk mare. Kazakhs make butter and various types of curds and cheese from sheep’s milk. Kurt, a kind of dried cheese, made from sour milk, has traditionally been a staple of the Kazakh diet. It is consumed in large amounts in the winter when there is no milk.

The national currency of Kazakhstan is Tenge(KZT). The name “Tenge” came from the name of medieval Turkic silver coins: “tanga” or “dengue”. On November 15, 1993 Kazakhstan the national currency tenge was introduced

Tenge is the only currency in the world, texts which are duplicated in two languages. Also tenge has 17 degrees of protection, so the tenge is among the most protected currencies in the world.

Currency Exchange
Сurrency exchange is possible in any bank of Kazakhstan and official exchange offices, as well as in the airports, railway and bus stations. The exchange rate can change daily; it depends on the currency market. US dollars, Euro, Russian rubles and other major currencies can be exchanged in banks, hotels, shops, restaurants and official exchange offices.

Credit cards
Most European and international credit cards including Visa, Master Card, Euro Card are accepted in hotels, shops and restaurants. ATMs can be found in shopping centers, banks and on every major street in big cities.

Air transport is one of the youngest forms of transport and undoubtedly continues to make a major contribution to the exploitation of world resources. There are international airports in Astana and Kokshetau. Air Astana is the official airline of the country.

Railway transport is the main mode of transport of Kazakhstan, it performs almost 70% of the freight turnover of all modes of public transport usage. At the operational length of the Railways of the Republic takes 3rd place in the CIS after Russia and Ukraine.
Public transport is transport of passengers by group travel systems available for use by the general public, usually managed on a schedule. In Kazakhstan, buses provide the main source of public transportation.. The public transportation system is very developed, we can get anywhere very fast.

Bicycles are very popular in summer. There are special points where you can rent a bicycle. Bicycles save time, also cycling energizes and increases stamina. More and more buildings are equipped with parking for bicycles.

Travel is a time to relax and have fun. Despite the fact that each country presents its unique security rules, some safety rules are applied not only in Kazakhstan, but all over the world.
We provide you with 7 important safety rules:

1. Study Up On Your Destination. Be aware of safety concerns as well as of local customs and etiquette, especially with regard to dress. When in doubt, opt for conservative.
2. Local language. Learn the basic phrases and sentences. Knowing the language will help you cope with the difficulties.
3. Important Documents. Passport, jewelry and other important documents are best kept in the hotel safe.
4. Scan a copy of your passport. Before you leave, scan a copy of your passport, e-mail it to yourself and take a photo of it to save on your cell phone. That way, if you need your passport while out (but it’s locked up in your hotel safe), you’ll have access to all your details. Plus, if it’s stolen, getting a replacement will be that much easier.
5. Insurance. We recommend to insure yourself when you planning a trip. You can contact the insurance company in the case of emergency medical care or round-the-clock support.
6. There are sufficient risks to collide with pickpockets and become victims of minor offenses. Be careful with people who are trying to divert your attention to steal your things. Talk to locals about neighborhoods to avoid, especially after dark.
7. Write Down Emergency telephone number
No matter how short, casual and sunny you think your trek will be, always remember these basic safety rules:
1. First-aid kit
2. Before leaving, leave a message with a friend or other responsible party regarding your route, satellites and the expected time of return. They can warn the police if you do not come as expected.
3. Always pay attention to the appropriate equipment and clothing, especially solid, high shoes with non-slip soles, as well as rain and cold protection are very important.
4. Have a trip plan that takes into consideration your own physical limitations. Maps and tour descriptions can be very helpful, but you can also draw on information from locals.
5. Use the map and compass.
6. Steer clear of animals. Don’t annoy the animals, but behave “normally” and show no fear. In advance, buy a protective cream from insects.
1. Only swim at beaches that are supervised by lifeguards.
2. Even if there are life guards on duty, never leave a child unattended at a beach or pool.
3. Whenever you are on a boat wear a life jacket that is Coast Guard approved.
4. If you have been drinking any alcoholic beverages, stay out of the water. Do not operate a boat, jet ski or any other type of water craft.
5. Monitor yourself when swimming in cold water and stay close to shore. If you feel your body start to shiver or your muscles cramp up, get out of the water quickly; it doesn’t take long for hypothermia to set in.
6. Do not bathe in bad weather.




Сәлеметсіз бе!



Қайырлы таң!Доброе утро!Good morning!
Қайырлы күн!Добрый день!Good day!
Қайырлы кеш!Добрый вечер!Good evening!
Қалың қалай?Как дела?How are you doing?
Рахмет, жақсы.Спасибо, хорошо.Fine, thanks.
Денсаулығыңыз қалай?Как ваше здоровье?How are you?
Рахмет, жаман емес.Спасибо, неплохоThanks, not bad.




Сау болыңыз!До свидания!Good bye!
Сау бол!Пока!Bye!
Кездескенше!До встречи!See you!
Ертеңге дейін!До завтра!See you tomorrow!
Өкінішті, кетіп жатқаныңыз.Жаль, что уходите.It’s a pity you are leaving.
Маған кету керек.Мне нужно идти.I have to go.




Таныс болайық!Будем знакомы!Let me introduce myself!
Мен сізді К-мен таныстырғым келеді.Я хочу познакомить вас с К.I want to meet K.
Өте қуаныштымын.Очень приятно.I am pleased to meet you.
Менің атым…Меня зовут…My name is….




Сіз маған көмектесе аласыз ба?Вы можете мне помочь?Can you help me?!
Мен К-мен сөйлесе аламын ба?Могу я поговорить с К?Could I talk to K?!
К-ға қалай өтуге болады?Как пройти к…?How do I get to …!
…қайдан тапсам болады?Где я могу найти …?Where can I find …?
Не болып қалды?Что случилось?What’s happening?
Мен … іздедім?Я ищу …?I’m looking for…?
Қанша тұрады?Сколько стоит?How much?
Сағат неше?Который час?What time is it now?

Әңгіме бастамасы

Начало разговора

Conversation starters

Кешіріңіз…Извините …Excuse me
Сізден сұрауға бола ма?Могу я вас спросить?May I ask you?
Маған бір минутыңызды бөле аласыз ба?Не уделите мне минуточку?Can you give me a minute of your time?




ДұрысВерноThat’s true
Мен сенімдімінЯ в этом уверенI’m sure
Жақсы (жарайды)ХорошоGood(OK)
ӘринеКонечноOf course




Мен келіспеймінЯ противI am against it
Мен білмеймінНе знаюI don’t know




РахметСпасибоThank you
Мен сізге алғыс айтамынЯ вам очень благодаренI am very grateful