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Hello, my dear guide.I need your advise and I do have something worthy sharing with you. I am a chinese, a Han, living in Shaanxi province. When I was
Hi, I am 32 and have had a Mongolian blue spot on my left bum check science birth. As I am white and as far as I am aware have no Mongolian relatives
Sainbainuu! I have been going to Mongolia since the 1980s and my daughter since she was 4. She is now 13. We are hoping to visit this summer leaving 26th
Cities Mongolia introduces you to the world's remotest cities. Learn about secret Soviet bases and the ancient capital of Genghis Khan.
Hi my name is Dheiu Mading, My friend and I are riding bicycles around the world! We want to visit Mongolia in late April early May and we were wondering
Mongolia! Few countries in the world have a killer history (I mean that quite literally) worthy of reverence, and that which excites great fear! Under
A guide to Ulaanbaatar's top attractions. Discover: Genghis Khan, Sukhbaatar Square, Gandan Monastery, dinosaur bones, national parks plus much more.
I read your Mongolia travel guide, and found it very interesting - especially the tips about safety in UB, and shopping. I liked very much the stories
Hi Andrew, Thanks for the online travel guide you have created about Mongolia! It's very informative and fun to read! My family are thinking of moving
Mongolian women have helped lead Mongolia from Russian domination to democracy. Today they hold sway both in parliament and on the catwalk.
The second Ulaan Baatar marathon was run today!
Below left you can see a picture of possibly the oldest participant–83 years old. He nearly knocked my glasses off after the photo was taken in his eagerness to give me a traditional Mongolian greeting.
The runners were first serenaded with the horse-head fiddle, a traditional musical instrument you may have seen in the film weeping camel (photo top right).
And then they were off!
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From June 2nd, flights to Mongolia will leave from Hong Kong every Thursday and Sunday.
The world just got a little bit smaller!
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Explore Mongolia with a Gobi desert map. Includes map of the Gobi desert in China and Mongolia. Tips on buying the best map for your needs.
Visit Ulan Ude and see: Lake Baikal - the World's largest fresh-water lake. Or change from the Trans-Siberian to the Trans-Mongolian line and journey into the heart of Asia.