Mongolian Pleasures at Ulaanbaatar

Posted in Mongolia | April 20, 2013

Ulaanbaatar the Mongolian capital is a lovely place in this part of Asia and is the main hub for any kind of destination inside the Mongolian region. The city has an international airport and the Trans-Siberian rail line thus making it very easily accessible. This cultural and economic center is the place where there are many tourist attractions and where you have maximum entertainment.

Situated on the banks of the River Tuul, this fascinating travel destination is bounded by four sacred mountains with the pine forest forming a perfect covering of a green blanket. The grassy steppes and the northern slopes along with the peaceful and tranquil surroundings make up for tours to this part of the world. Ulaanbaatar is a city of contrasts where you can find modern customs and traditional lifestyles. The streets are interestingly filled with horse carts and flashy cars. The intriguing Mongolian “Gers” are found all over and the contrasting modern style buildings have not taken the interests of the tourist away.

The pristine ambience and the lively atmosphere make travels here very cherishable. A complete mix of dirt and concrete, the boulevards, and the gardens here are the best sights of Mother Nature. Go to the high street here and enjoy all the shopping with tons of bargaining, which adds to the memories of the tours here. Enjoy the Mongolian cashmere boutiques and other such stuff are sold here.

Visit the monastery here and bask in the serenity of the public squares and tombs here. Travellers relax under the shade of a tree on the banks of the River Tuul. Yurts or suburbs bound the entire city and make up an interesting feature of tours here.

Go the Choijin Lama Monastery and the Natural History Museum here and come back with memories filled with traditional customs, modern influences and mesmerizing locales. Dating back to ancient times these structures are the mainstay of tours here.

Thus tours to Ulaanbaatar in Mongolia and are really worth the effort.

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