Munduz is a small village located in the Issyk-Kul Region of Kyrgyzstan. It falls under the administrative jurisdiction of the Jeti-Ögüz District. The village is recognized by its Kyrgyz name, "Мундуз." As of 2021, the population of Munduz was reported to be 707 residents. It serves as the chef-lieu, which means the administrative center, of the Ak-Döbö aïl ökmöt, which can be understood as a municipality or local administrative division.
Munduz is situated within a picturesque landscape characterized by agriculture, which is the mainstay of the local economy. The village is renowned for its farming activities, highlighting its role in sustaining the livelihoods of the local population.
Within the Ak-Döbö aïl ökmöt, which encompasses several areas including Ak-Döbö, Ang-Östön, and Tilekmat, Munduz stands out as the smallest village. It is located between the villages of Tilekmat (also known as Shalba) and Ak-Döbö. The village is positioned to the east of the Orgochor mountain and to the south of a protected area along the shore of Issyk Kul, the largest lake in Kyrgyzstan.