First things first.
The absolute first thing you should do when stepping foot into Kyrat is to crank your radio to this channel:
In addition to all the other stuff covered so far in the guide, Kyrat has a fascinating culture.
Despite the perpetual hardship, the people work hard, by sticking to their assignments from sunrise to sunset.
The work ethics and level of craftsmanship the Kyratis possess is remarkable.
They play (and make) interesting music, ranging from the new-age-fusion stuff, to the old folk-ish type.
What would an isolated society be without some locally developed home remedies, (allegedly) curing every possible ailment.
Ever tried tiger skin mixed with white and green flowers?
It is supposed to hold back pollen allergies, sharpen the mind, and eliminate depression.
If we disregard some questionable details about the Kyrati culture, it is a country filled to the brim with multi-layered individuals and exciting possibilities.
They’re struggling alright, but don’t worry. Lucky for them, they have top dog, King Pagan Min on the case.
This is the last part of the Kyrat Travel Guide.
Hope you enjoyed it 🙂