Rixos Khadisha Shymkent Zheltoksan Str, 17 Shymkent, Kazakhstan.
In one of the most prestigious areas in Shymkent and easily accessible thanks to its proximity to the airport and the train station, Rixos Khadisha Shymkent invites you into the mesmerising world of Kazakh hospitality at Rixos.
Although Kazakhstan gained its independence in 1991 upon the collapse of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, the history of the country actually goes back to the 14th century when the territory was occupied by a set of Turkic principalities. The official currency f Kazakhstan is Tenge and the country’s international phone code is 7.
Only 10 km away from the historical Silk Road, Shymkent established in the 12th century is the third largest city in Kazakhstan with its historical importance and population. With burial mounds, castles, shrines and other ancient sites, Shymkent is one of the most remarkable cities in the southern region of Kazakhstan. The tomb of Khoja Akhmet Yassawi listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site, is also in Shymkent.
Shymkent International Airport
The Shymkent International Airport opened in 1933 received both domestic and international flights.