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Tsum Center

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Modern store with souvenir shops on 5th floor

My main interest in this store was on the 5th floor, which had several souvenir shops. The... read more

Reviewed September 7, 2018
Firoz U
Wolf skins on the top floor

Hardly recognized the place after 20 years of skipping visits. Finally a make-over of the old... read more

Reviewed April 21, 2018
Robert937
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
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155 Chuy Ave, Bishkek 720000, Kyrgyzstan
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Reviewed September 7, 2018

My main interest in this store was on the 5th floor, which had several souvenir shops. The souvenirs are very overpriced in my opinion and it was difficult to find a real bargain here. Having travelled across the country, I found the most variety of...More

Thank Firoz U
Reviewed April 21, 2018

Hardly recognized the place after 20 years of skipping visits. Finally a make-over of the old Soviet style shopping center. No empty shelves anymore, but a huge variety of products. Too many for me. On the top floor they even sell wolf skins and stuffed...More

1  Thank Robert937
Reviewed August 11, 2017

Tsum Centers can be found in many cities of the former Soviet Union. The most famous center though still remains the one in Moscow, founded in mid 19th century by two Scottish merchants. 'Tsum' stands for 'Tsentralnyi Universalnyi Magazin'. The Tsum Department Store of Bishkek...More

2  Thank saronic
Reviewed June 12, 2017

Completely changed from when I worked in Tsum in the 90s, but still nothing too special. There are 5 floors, you can get various electronics and other stuff, as well as local SIM cards. You can also get souvenirs, there is a variety of stuff...More

Thank Tianshansky
Reviewed March 23, 2017

You can buy watches, perfumes, electronics, souvenirs and even clothes here but.. the prices are ok by the worldwide standards but if you have a bit more time believe me you'll save a lot of money (example from my life: I wanted to buy a...More

Thank Gena_G_Losnikov
Reviewed January 28, 2017 via mobile

For me it was a really special experience, because it's really different from a western European shopping mall. The major part of the shops are opened, the sellers tent to be outside, chatting and the levels are organised in the base of items: on the...More

Thank BrigittaS148
Reviewed September 17, 2016 via mobile

This is probably the place to go if you wish to find a great variety of souvenirs. In my opinion, the variety of souvenirs here is greater than those at Osh Bazaar. They are also easier to find. The building is a 5 storey shopping...More

1  Thank Chun Yin L
Reviewed September 17, 2016 via mobile

This is probably the place to go if you wish to find a great variety of souvenirs. In my opinion, the variety of souvenirs here is greater than those at Osh Bazaar. They are also easier to find. The building is a 5 storey shopping...More

2  Thank Chun Yin L
Reviewed September 12, 2016

Outside this center is a lovely square with lots of water fountains and statues. One fountain goes with the music. Inside, it is like a flea market with stalls set up instead of a traditional mall like I'm used to. The basement had technology repairs....More

Thank MotiukK
Reviewed August 21, 2016

Located in the city centre and close to many attractions this shopping centre has more of a market feel to it than the typical notion of a Western shopping centre. Lots of electronic and camera stalls. The tourist souvenirs are located on the 3rd floor...More

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mk k
September 12, 2018|
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Response from Firoz U | Reviewed this property |
Hi I did stop at all the floors, just the 5th floor which had the souvenirs. However I did notice that one of the floors was selling PS4 games (not sure whether they were original or copies) but assume they will also have... More
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Paul C
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Response from Firoz U | Reviewed this property |
Hi I believe it was called Beeline and although I did not stop to view the phone stores at this place, you are sure to find it at Tsum.
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