The village Kaynar is situated about 11 km away from the town on the north. You can go asphalted road there.
There are many springs in Kaynar. The origin of these springs seems to be miracle. The waters of the springs have health-giving characteristics.
The population of the place grow grapes. The fame of kishmish is widely known in Germany.
A well-known Uzbek poet Abdulla Shoir (1874-1957) lived and worked here. His main works are: “Alpomish”, “Saydimhon”, “Kuntugmish”, “Gurugli” and others.
There are situated 6 camps for children, a hospital, hotel and a lot of cafe and restaurants in the village Kaynar. The rest places “Ming bulok”, “Mingchinor” are popular to a republic.
The big highway passes through the village. This road goes to Samarkand through the pass Tahtakoracha. The pass is very beautiful, and a lot of springs there. The pass Tahtakoracha is an ancient place, where were many historical events there. At that time there were a little castle and gardens on the pass. Amir Temur’s grandfather Koracharnuyon controlled his district’s areas from there. There was the Koracharnuyon’s summer throne, that’s why the pass was named “Tahti korachar”. The name Tahtakoracha came from “Tahti korachar”.
On the west of the village is situated the “Kurgan tog” mountain. In that mountain there are “Yetti qiz”(Seven girls) and “Tomchi ota” caves, and there are a lot of legends about them among population.