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Mongolia, a nation bordered by China and Russia, is known for vast, rugged expanses and nomadic culture. Its capital, Ulaanbaatar, centers around Chinggis Khaan (Genghis Khan) Square, named for the notorious founder of the 13th- and 14th-century Mongol Empire. Also in Ulaanbaatar are the National Museum of Mongolia, displaying historic and ethnographic artifacts, and the restored 1830 Gandantegchinlen Monastery.


Domestic and International Air Connectivity:

Chinggis Khaan International Airport serves as the main international gateway to Mongolia, connecting the country to various international destinations. The airport offers domestic flights to several cities within Mongolia.

Airports Facilities:

These airports offer standard facilities such as duty-free shops, car rental services, restaurants, and lounges, although facilities can be relatively basic compared to larger international airports.

Tourist Attractions:


The official currency is the Mongolian Tögrög (MNT).


Traditional Mongolian cuisine includes dishes like buuz (dumplings), khorkhog (meat stew), and aaruul (dried curd cheese). Airag, fermented mare’s milk, is a traditional Mongolian drink.

Cultural Activities:

Mongolia has a rich nomadic culture with traditional activities like horseback riding, eagle hunting, and the annual Naadam Festival featuring the “Three Manly Games” of wrestling, horse racing, and archery.


Accommodation options vary from 3-star to 5-star hotels. In Ulaanbaatar, you can find international hotel chains like the Kempinski Hotel Khan Palace and the Shangri-La Hotel.

Transport Connectivity:

Mongolia has an extensive road network, especially in urban areas. Rail transport is also available, connecting major cities.


Mongolia has an estimated population of around 3.3 million people.


The dominant religion in Mongolia is Tibetan Buddhism, which plays a significant role in Mongolian culture and daily life.

Languages Spoken:

The official language is Mongolian, written in the traditional script. Russian and English are also spoken to varying degrees, especially in urban areas and among the younger generation.


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