This splendid complex of located 54 km away from Ulaanbaatar and features the largest equestrian statue of Mongolia’s Grand Khan! It is situated at the location known as “Tsonjin Boldog”, where it is believed the Great Khan found a horse whip – which was considered good luck according to an ancient Mongolian belief. The construction... View Article

The “13th Century Complex” is located in Erdene soum of Tuv aimag, some 96 km away from the city. The park features a real time micro kingdom of the 13th century, so that travelers gain as much hands-on experience regarding the historic period possible. The are six different camp establishments that provide a unique outlook... View Article

Ulaanbaatar was the first city in Asia to establish an opera theater. What is known today as the Mongolian State Academic Theater of Opera and Ballet is already renown for its world class artists and national and internationally acclaimed works of performing arts.

The Tumen ekh ensemble is one of the best national song and dance ensemble in Mongolia. “Tumen ehk” means the leader or vanguard of everything. It will take only 1 hour, you can enjoy Mongolian unique, attractive, colorful and wonderful performance, such as long song, folk song and dance, music, throat singing (hoomii), the shaman... View Article

Zaisan hill locates in the south of Ulaanbaatar city. Tourists like to come here to see the Ulaanbaatar city’s whole view. A memorial to the Soviet soldiers, who died in World War 2, was erected in 1971. The memorial displays the history of the war and brotherhood friendship of Mongolian and Russian people. Also, you... View Article

The museum is named after Zanabazar, who is the first proclaimed reincarnation of Taranata (Bogd), the first theocratic ruler of Mongolia. Also, Zanabazar was a talented artist, painter and sculptor. The museum has large number of artworks of Zanabazar, the most famous artworks are Green Tara and White Tara. Green Tara expresses an adult woman’s... View Article

The Bogd Khan palace museum built in 1903. It was the residence and monastery of Mongolia’s last Bogd Khan (religious and governmental leader), Javzan Damba Hutgat VIII. Bogd Khan lived in this palace for 20 years and when he died (in 1924) the communist government prohibited any ongoing reincarnations. Contains religious and cultural items from... View Article

The temple has built for Choijin lama in 1908, who is younger brother of VIII Bogd Jebtsundamba. He was Tibetian, his name is Luvsanhaidav. But people call him Choijin lama. Because he was a lama with great spiritual power, with tantric method and psychic power. Recognized as state oracle, the temple was a site of... View Article

Gandan monastery largest and most significant monastery in Mongolia. There are around 5000 monks here and an important center for learning and practicing Buddha’s teachings. The Migjed Janraisig (Chenresig in Tibetan) statue stands 26.5 metres, and one of Gandan’s most interesting sights. It was built in 1911, but the original statue was destroyed by the... View Article

The museum has excellent displays on several millennia of the history of Mongolia-beginning with the primitive age, running through the Hun,Turkic and Mongol empires, the rise of Buddhism, the communist regime and ends with a colorful display of contemporary society & historical and ethnological exhibits.