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Visiting Sarai-Batu
March 5, 2015 14:41

Tips for visiting Sarai-Batu.

We recommend you to take eye protectors if you come here in May in case of sandstorms. They should fit tight – just like watersport goggles. A single ticket gives you the right to look at the settlement and the yurt of shaman. Additional “entertainment” is the torture room (also from the film), but it is paid separately.

You can also try medieval costumes on, get pictures of yourselves against the background of the set design, try shooting with a bow or a crossbow. Sarai-Batu has a yurt-restaurant with air conditioning and very tasty food. There are toilets and a drinking well nearby. You can arrange a corporate party here on prior agreement.

A souvenir shop will appear soon. It is also planned to build hotel. The complex territory has another unexpected object - a platform for tactical paintball of the “Horde” paintball club. It is available both to professionals and amateurs, by agreement with the administration. Photographers can put up a tent next to the settlement and agree on a night shooting at the facility with the manager.

A rock festival is held near Sarai-Batu in August. The complex is open all year round, except June – midges are severe in the steppe in this month. The yurt-restaurant is open from late April to the middle of September, with a break for June. In winter it is closed.

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Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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