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Kok-Tobe Hill, Almaty
(3.9/5 based on 650+ reviews on the web)
Experience the city's highest point with many popular recreation areas at Kok-Tobe Hill. At an altitude of 1,100 m (3,609 ft) above sea level, the site offers a variety of amusement park attractions and restaurants. Connected with the city's downtown via cable car, the easily accessible landmark draws visitors with its 372 m (1,120 ft) TV tower, Beatles monument, and high-speed roller coaster. Explore the family-friendly entertainment area, and stop by the viewing platforms for panoramic views of the urban landscape. Due to environmental reasons, the site prohibits motor vehicles. Arrange to visit Kok-Tobe Hill and other attractions in Almaty using our Almaty vacation planner.
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  • Bought a ticket with all included, on a ticket should have been and rides, but they are all closed, apart from the Ferris wheel, high-speed sleds and slingshots. Toilets throughout the territory closed. In General zalazit' there's not much worth in winter, in summer, there's certainly a lot of fun and a bunch of people.
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  • The mountain panorama of the city, Yes, beautiful. The park itself was not impressed: a small pair of attractions (the Ferris wheel, the roller coaster), a small Zoo, souvenirs, and actually everything.
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  • Ascend by cable car to the square from the hotel "Kazakhstan". Remember this point opposite the bus stop. Climb better in clear weather, to have something to photograph. View of the city still managed to spoil, so leave the mountains and everything else.
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