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1 Day Ulaanbaatar City Tour

1 Day Ulaanbaatar City Tour Packages
Country: Mongolia
City: Ulaanbaatar
Duration: 1 Day(s) - 0 Night(s)
Tour Category: Classic Tours
Departure Date: Thu 01 Jan '99

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Package Itinerary

10:00 AM. Meet in Ulaanbaatar

10:20 AM. Tour to Gandan Monastery

12:00 PM. Tour to National Historical Museum

01:00 PM. Walk-in Sukhbaatar square and see the monument of Genghis Khan

02:00 PM. Tour to Zaisan Hill Memorial and Buddha Garden

03:00 PM. Take cashmere and souvenir shops

05:30 PM. Show performance of national folklore

07:30 PM. End the trip.

Trip cost:
Based on 2 people.
Group size: 2-16 people

Services Included in the Cost:

Private English-speaking guide service, private transfers, entrance fee for museums and concerts.

Services Not Included in the Cost:

Hotel in Ulaanbaatar, meals, personal equipment, optional activity cost, alcoholic drinks, travel Insurance


1. Gandan Khiid Monastery

Gandan Monastery – the largest Buddhist monastery of Mongolia, with enchanting ceremonies held every day. It has the statue of Bodhisattva Avalokitesvara, the tallest indoor statue of Buddha in the world, which is 26.5 meters high. The statue contains 2286 precious stones, 27 tons of medicinal plants, 334 sutras, and 2 million of mantras.

2. Sukhbaatar Square

Sukhbaatar Square – the central square features an equestrian statue of Damdin Sükhbaatar, who has declared Mongolia’s independence from China, in July 1921. In the north from the statue, the large grey building is State Parliament House, to the northeast is the tall, modern palace of Culture, a useful landmark containing the art gallery and several other cultural institutions. At the south-east corner is the State Opera & Ballet Theatre. All of the cultural and political events and festivals are held in this central square.

3. Chinggis Khaan Statue

Chinggis Khaan Statue – situated on the front side of the Parliament House on the central square. This is the statue of sits Chinggis Khaan and a large colonnade monument to Ogodei Khaan and Khubilai Khaan, completed in 2006 in time for the 800th anniversary of Chinggis Khaan’s coronation.

4. Bogd Khaan Winter Palace Museum

Bogd Khaan Winter Palace Museum – built between 1893 and 1903, this palace is where Mongolia’s eighth Living Buddha, and last king, Jebtzun Damba Khutagt (often called the Bogd Khan), lived for 20 years. There are six temples on the grounds; each now contains Buddhist artwork, including sculpture and THANGKA.

5. Choijin Lama Monastery

The Choijin Lama Monastery – the Choijin Lama Monastery is composed of four temples that were built in the years 1904 to 1908 by the Eighth Bogd Khaan and dedicated to his brother the Choijin Lama Luvsanhaidav. The temple complex is now a museum preserving the elaborately decorated interiors and containing a rich collection of other Mongolian Buddhist sculptures and paintings.

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