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Gorkhi-Terelj National Park

4.5/567 Reviews
Grassland
National Park
Forest
The working day is open all day and weekends are closed. (Local time)

The Teleki National Park is a great place to experience the natural beauty of Mongolia near Ulaanbaatar. Here you can see the beautiful grasslands and forests in the valley. These are rare sights. Every July or Augest, the grassland is particularly beautiful. At this time, not only can you enjoy the beautiful scenery, but you can also taste the authentic Mongolian stone barbecue which is absolutely worth enjoying.

Gandantegchinlen Monastery

4.3/581 Reviews
Temple
Monday-Sunday 9:00-21:00 (Local time)

The name Ganden Monastery means the land of bliss. It is nearly 200 years old and was built by the living Buddha of the year. It is now a famous spot in Mongolia. There is a huge Tsongkhapa statue behind the Ochidara Temple. Continue to the end of the main road is the spectacular Ganden Monastery. There are hundreds of portraits of longevity Buddhas and some small Buddha statues. Looking at the big Buddha, it is extremely solemn.

National Museum of Mongolia

4.5/558 Reviews
Museum
May 15th - September 15th 9:30-18:00; September 16th - May 14th 9:30-17:30 (Local time)

The Mongolian National History Museum was formerly known as the Revolutionary Museum, located in the northwest corner of the Sukhbaatar Square in Ulaanbaatar. The Mongolian National History Museum consists of three floors. The first floor exhibits include the Mongolian Stone Age ruins and rock carvings. The second floor houses a large collection of national costumes. The third floor displays the representative collections of Mongolian nomadic culture, such as the 12th-century armor and precious letters between Khan and the Pope.

Genghis Khan Square

4.1/5105 Reviews
Square
Open all day (Local time)

The Genghis Khan Square, formerly known as Sukhbaatar Square, was officially renamed in July 2013. Genghis Khan Square is located in the center of Ulaanbaatar. The National Palace in the north is the seat of the Mongolian President, Government and Parliament. It has a magnificent and large statue of Genghis Khan. The center of Genghis Khan Square has a statue of Mongolian national leader Sukhbaatar riding on horseback.

Zaisan Memorial

4.4/551 Reviews
Monument

The Zaisan Memorial is ring-shaped as a whole. The ring-shaped wall is decorated with colored tiles. The colored tile patterns are based on the friendship between the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and Mongolia. They vividly reproduce the scenes of Soviet supporting for Mongolia's independence in 1921, Soviet Army defeating the Japanese Kwantung Army on the Mongolian border in 1939 and major historical moments including the former Soviet space flight. The location of the Zaisan Anti-Japanese Memorial is also a great place to enjoy the whole view of Ulaanbaatar. From here, the city of Ulaanbaatar is in full view and the Tula River flows quietly through the city.

Bogd Khaan Palace Museum of Mongolia

4.3/536 Reviews
Museum
Historical Site
Monday-Sunday 9:00-17:00 (Local time)

The Museum of Palace in Borg Khan is composed of the Summer Palace and the Winter Palace, which was originally the places where Jebtsundamba Khutughtu, the 8th generation of Borg Khan lived and performed religious activities. The Summer Palace was built in 1893, when Mongolia was still a Chinese territory, so it was built with the approval of the Qing government, which is why the architectural style includes both Mongolian and Chinese styles.

Choijin Lama Temple Museum

4.3/531 Reviews
Museum

Blue Sky Tower

4.3/519 Reviews
Modern Architecture

Kharkhorin

4.3/530 Reviews
Historical Site
Open all day (Local time)

Karakorum is found in the northwest corner of Ovorkhangai Province in Mongolia. In the middle of the 13th century, it was the capital of the world, and most of Eurasia was dominated by the power of the city. The missionaries of the Pope and the ambassadors of the Southern Song Dynasty gathered here; various religions and cultures such as Buddhist temples and mosques are also integrated here. the Pope and its surrounding landscapes have become the world cultural heritage of the People's Republic of Mongolia in 2004. Its name on the World Cultural Heritage List is "Orkhon Valley Cultural Landscape".

The Central Museum of Mongolian Dinosaurs

4.3/517 Reviews
Museum

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