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Tuesday, December 18, 2018
  1. New Juulchin Tours Mongolia: www.juulchinworld.mn

Mini Naadam

City tour

Khustai National Park Day tour

Half day city tour

Trip to golf club

Star observation tour

Tour to the XIII century park

Tour to the Monument of Chinggis Khaan


  1. Great Steppes: www.greatsteppesmongolia.com

Naadam Festival

City tour

Adventure tours

City tour /Attractions/


It lies at the heart of the city surrounded by government buildings, banks and theaters. The square is further surrounded by two ring roads Baga Toiruu and Ikh Toiruu (inner and outer rings).


Built in 1840, it is the center of Mongolian Buddhism and the only working monastery during the entire communist period. The monastery comprises a complex of buildings on the hillside northwest of the city.


Bogd Khaan winter palce museum locates Chinggis avenue, Khan-Uul district, in Ulaanbaatar.


The Zaisan Memorial is located south of the Mongolia capital of Ulaanbaatar that honors Soviet soldiers killed in World War II. The memorial features a circular mural that depicts scenes of friendship between the peoples of the Soviet and Mongolia.


The Choijin Lama Temple Museum is an architectural masterpiece of the 19th and 20th century. The monastery was erected by Mongolian architects. The museum is only one block south of the Square.


The State Academic Theatre of Opera and Ballet was opened in 1963 by performing “Eugene Onegin” opera. The building of the theatre is designed by Gerhard Kozel, an Italian architect, and constructed by Mongolian builders in 1948.


The Mongolian Circus, which is a short walk away from the State Department Store, is open intermittently throughout the year. The building of the circus is considered the largest one in Asia. You can see awesome and exciting artistic performance that is recognized internationally.


Gorkhi-Terelj National Park is one of the national parks of Mongolia. It is connected with Ulaanbaatar by a paved road about 50 kms far away. The park has many rock formations for rock climbers, and includes two famous formations named for things they resemble: Turtle Rock and the Old Man Reading a Book (Praying Lama Rock).


Do you want to spend one day in Great Mongolian Empire founded by Chingiss Khaan. Welcome to the 13th Century Complex located in Erdene Soum, Tov Aimag. The “13th Century” complex has the environment of tourism attractions, ger camps, farms, statues and traditional entertainment areas, all in real lifestyle of the 13th century era.

Passport and Visa


Visa is required for all, except citizens of the following countries. Visas are available from the Mongolian embassy in your country. If there is no Mongolia embassy in your country, one month visas can be obtained on the spot once you arrive at the airport or railway station. 

Useful link:

For country-specific visa information, please visit the website of Mongolian Immigration Department

Airport Transfer

International direct flights to Ulaanbaatar /Mongolia/

1 Japan Tokyo Mongolian Airline OM501
2 Korea Seoul Mongolian Airline OM301
3 Korean Air KE867
4 Busan Air Busan BX411
5 Hong Kong Hong Kong Mongolian Airline OM297
6 China Beijing Mongolian Airline OM223
7 Air China CA901
8 Russia Moscow Aeroflot SU0330
9 Moscow Mongolian Airline OM135
10 Turkey Istanbul Turkish Airline TK342
11 Germany Berlin Mongolian Airline OM135
12 Frankfurt Mongolian Airline OM137
Time in Mongolia is officially represented by the Mongolian Standard Time (UTC+08:00)


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Mongolia has dry climate.  In September, The cool weather brings respite to the Gobi and the varying colours in the forests in the north are beautiful.   The best time to visit Mongolia’s capital is in the autumn from september when the average minimum is around 12°C (54°F) and the average maximum is around 26°C (80°F)


Official language of Mongolia is Khalkha Mongolian spoken by 90% of total population. Khalkha is written with Cyrillic alphabet. In western part of the country, the Kazakh and Tuvan languages, among others, are also spoken. Russian is the most frequently spoken foreign language in Mongolia, followed by English, though English has been gradually replacing Russian as the second language and is widely spoken in the cities. Recently, Mongolia changed its primary foreign language to be English, seeing not only as a way of communicating but also an opportunity to open ways to the wider world. Korean has been gaining popularity as tens of thousands of Mongolians study and work in South Korea. As the language of the south neighboring country, interest in Chinese has been growing lately. Japanese is also popular among young people. A number of older educated Mongolians speak some German, as they studied in the former East Germany, while a few speak other languages from the former Eastern Bloc. Besides that, many young Mongolians are fluent in the Western European languages as they study or work in foreign countries including Germany, France, Spain, Italy etc.


The tögrög or tugrik (Mongolian:төгрөгtögrög; sign: ; code: MNT) is the official currency of Mongolia.  Currently, the lowest denomination in regular use is the 10-tögrög note and the highest is the 20,000-tögrög

Banks and ATM

There are plenty of ATMs in Ulaanbaatar at Khan Bank and Trade and Development Bank branches, where you can usually pull tugriks (pronounced “too-grk”) from your home bank account (depending on your bank). Khan Bank, which has branches in every aimag center, is the best bet to find an ATM outside of Ulaanbaatar. Banks in Ulaanbaatar and the province capitals can often change your money and will sometimes cash traveler’s cheques (which are not recommended) into tugriks, but it may be safest to change your money in Ulaanbaatar if you plan to be in remote areas.

The Trade and Development Bank has plonked down ATMs at a few key locations in Ulaanbaatar, Darkhan and Erdenet. These ATMs accept Visa and MasterCard and work most of the time, allowing you to withdraw up to T400, 000 per day. Because most of the Golomt Bank branches are open 24 hours, they don’t have ATMs (just give your card to the teller). Ordinary ATM cards issued from your bank at home probably won’t work; try to get a ‘debit’ card linked to your bank account. It should be associated with a credit card company.


Mongolia uses the followig GSM frequencies: GSM 900 / GSM 1800. When travelling, make sure that your phone supports the GSM frequency of the country you’re traveling to. Usually the supported GSM frequencies are printed on the box of your phone as well as its manual.



The voltage in Mongolia is 220 V which is the same voltage used in China, Greece, Russia, South Korea, and the United Arab Emirates.

220 V has an advantage over lower voltage such as the 110 V that it is cheaper to transmit. On the other hand, 220 V is more dangerous than lower voltages.

Plug / Socket Type (s) in use In Mongolia

The plugs used in Mongolia are C or E. Moreover you can use a universal plug adapter or converter.

Plugs/sockets are usually an issue when it comes to traveling, so always make sure you travel with a universal plug adapter.

Public Transport

Ulaanbaatar city is a compact city which is easy to travel around. Different means of transport including  buses, minibus, taxi are available for your easy mobilization.