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Places To Visit:
• Ulaanbaatar is situated on the bank of the Tuul River and spreads
from east to west along a large wide valley. The city is surrounded
by the four mountains: Bogd Khan, Songino Khairkhan, Chingeltei
and Bayanzurkh, part of the beautiful and pristine Khan Khentii
mountain range. The combination of these pine covered
mountains, wide boulevards, vast public squares and parks give the
city a feeling of spaciousness, while the Ger communities, Buddhist
temples, and bustling marketplaces give it a rustic charm. Nowhere
in the world is there a city of such rich contrasts. In the uniqueness
which is Ulaanbaatar, ancient nomadic culture peacefully coexists
with the dynamic changes of modern society.
• Gandan Monastery
• Gandan is the largest and most important monastery of
Mongolia, with over 400 monks. Inside is a statue of Magjid
Janraisig (the lord who looks in every direction). It is about 25
meters tall and is covered by a huge number of precious stones.
• Terelj National Park
• Terelj, on the Terelj river bank is a spectacular
valley with eroded rock formations, pine-covered
mountains and grasslands carpeted with
perennial wildflowers and edelweiss. It was first
developed for tourism in 1964 and 30 years later
became part of the 300,000 hectare Gorkhi
Tereli National Park. Visitors can take leisurely
strolls on green meadows carpeted with
edelweiss and a dazzling variety of other
wildflowers; view fascinating rock formations
against a backdrop of pine-covered mountains;
and wander along the wooded banks of a
mountain stream. The Turtle Rock, created by
nature, and the man-made dinosaur statues are
the key attractions.
• Gobi Desert
The Gobi Desert is a vast zone of desert and desert
steppe covering almost 30 percent of the Mongolian
territory. The area is often imagined as a lifeless desert
like in many other parts of the world. In reality, most
part of the Gobi Desert is a land of steppes and it is the
home for camel breeders rich with wildlife and
vegetation. Wild asses, camels, snow leopards, mountain
sheep and gazelles flourish here, as do different types of
flora.Dinosaur skeletons and their petrified eggs have
been preserved here to the present day. Mongolians
consider that there are 33 different Gobi, where sandy
desert occupies only 3 percent of the total territory.
• Bogd Khan National Park
Bogd Khan has long been considered a sacred place by
Mongolians. Bogd Khan Uul (which means "holy king
mountain") is probably one of the oldest nature
preserves in the world.