Saimaluu Tash is the largest collection of petroglyphs on the territory of Central Asia and one of the largest in the world. It is located on the eastern slope of the Fergana Range in the Kyrgyz Republic. This territory is a national park. Saymaluu Tash means “a patterned stone” from the Kyrgyz language.
Saimaluu Tash (meaning embroidered or patterned stones in Kyrgyz is a petroglyph site in Jalal-Abad Province, Kyrgyzstan south of Kazarman. Over 10 000 carved pictures and perhaps as many as 11 000 which are black and white rock paintings, have so far been identified, making the site a globally important collection of rock art. They are a sacred display of offerings of the ancient people of the lower valley.
Here is possible to come by horse or by walking. Tour starts from Kazarman