Ulaanbaatar Day trip



Day Tour


January 15 - December 15


1 day


Ulaanbaatar city

Tour grade:




Gandan Monastery

National History museum

Zaisan Hill

Bogd Khaan Palace Museum

Narantuul black market


DAY . Day 1

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Ger Camp

Gandan monastery
Gandan Monastery is the Center of Mongolian Buddhism, and main attraction Migjid Janraisig
Temple is an important part of Gandan Monastery. The temple houses the majestic new gilded
statue of Migjid Janraisig, decorated with jewels. This 25 meter high 20 ton statue is a copy of
another statue that was destroyed in the 1930's by communists. The statue was built with donations
of Mongolian people as symbol of Buddhist revival in the mid 1990's. 

National History Museum
Exhibits of the museum show the history and culture of Mongols from ages as early as the Stone Age
and up to the modern days. The 1st floor has some interesting exhibits on petroglyphs, deer stones
(stone sculptures of reindeer and other animals) and burial sites from the Xiongnu and Uyghur eras.
The 2nd floor houses an outstanding collection of costumes, hats and jewelery, representing most of
Mongolia's ethnic groups. The 3rd floor is a must-see for fans of the Mongol horde. The collection
includes real examples of 12th century Mongol Armour, and correspondence between Pope
Innocent IV and Guyuk Khaan. Written in Latin and Persian and dated November 13, 1246, it bears
the khaan's seal. There is also a display of traditional Mongolian culture with, among other things, a
furnished Ger, traditional farming and domestic implements, saddles and musical instruments.

Sukhbaatar square
The square features a bronze statue of Sukhbaatar (1921-Revolutionary hero of Mongolia) astride his
horse. In 2013 the city authorities changed the name from Sukhbaatar Square to Chinggis Khaan
Square, although many citizens still refer to it by the old name.

BD’s Mongolian barbeque is the one of the best dining experiences you need to visit when you are
in Ulaanbaatar

Bogd Khaan Palace Museum
The Winter Palace of Bogd Khaan - one of the first museums in Mongolia - was built in 1924. It used
to be a winter residence of the last Bogd Khaan of Mongolia, Javzandamba. The Bogd Khaan Palace
Museum comprises of two parts, which are the summer palace with seven temples and pagodas and
the winter palace, a two story, white construction built in a European architectural style.

Zaisan Hill
The Zaisan memorial lies in the foothills to the south of Ulaanbaatar. It was built by the Russians as a
monument to Soviet soldiers fallen in World War Two. A tiled mural lies within a huge concrete ring,
which is raised about 5 metres above the ground. Zaisan is a popular tourist attraction and one of
the highlights of Ulan Bator due to the fantastic views over the city.

Narantuul black market
Unique place and must-see spot for those wanting to pick up traditional Mongolian clothing, carpets,
horse-riding gear and souvenirs. Anything can be found, a true immersion in the Mongolian
culture for the ones desiring to discover another side of Mongolia.

Tour price

group size
price/per person
2 pax
3-5 pax
6-8 pax
20% of tour price

Inclusion & Exclusion


3 Nights in Tourist Ger camps

Domestic flights

4 WD Vehicle in the countryside

Airport transfers 

Meals as listed (B-Breakfast, L-Lunch, D-Dinner)

Sightseeing and Entrance fees according to the itinerary

English speaking guide

Daily water supply

Horse riding trip with

Support of local guide

Visa support invitation letter where applicable


not include

Accommodations in Ulaanbaatar

International airfare / train tickets+ tax

Travel insurance / Visa fees

Items for personal use

Alcoholic drinks

Gratuities for staffs

Single supplements