B.Lkhamsuren from Erdenet has been crowned at the Miss Wheelchair Mongolia pageant. The event was held for the second time at the Holiday Inn Hotel on 22 November. Over 20 women, aged between 24 and 35 took part. participated in the pageant. B.Lkhamsuren’s favourite quote is ‘everything will be succeed […]

A Mongolian movie based on a novel entitled ‘Blue Fate’ by state-honoured author D.Norov premiered at the 41st Florence International Film Festival. The festival was held on 20-25 November. A.Bayartsetseg was awarded as Best Actress at the festival for her role in ‘Blue Fate’, which was co-directed by T.Altantuya and her […]

Karakorum was the capital of the Mongol Empire between 1235 and 1260 and of the Northern Yuan in the 14–15th centuries. Its ruins lie in the northwestern corner of the Övörkhangai Province of Mongolia, near today’s town of Kharkhorin and adjacent to the Erdene Zuu Monastery. Once visited by Marco […]

The technique of making Airag in Khokhuur and its associated customs is the 15th element to be registered by Mongolia on the UNESCO Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. This new addition includes the traditional method of making airag – a fermented beverage made from mare’s milk […]

‘Longest Day in Chang’an’, a new Chinese historical drama, premieres this Christmas. The cast includes Hollywood actors and famous Chinese actresses as well as Mongolian actor S.Ariunbyamba who plays the role of a Turkic man. The drama is directed by Cao Dun and written by Paw Studio. Chang’an is the […]

Khuvsgul Province is the most popular tourism destination in Mongolia. The region is magnet for local or foreign tourists because of Lake Khuvsgul, known as the ‘Blue Pearl of Mongolia’. The number of tourists heading for Khuvsgul is steadily increasing year by year. In 2020, the local administration plans to […]

The Mongolian National Academic Drama Theatre is preparing the perform stage adaption of ‘Anna Karenina’ by Leo Tolstoy for first time on 28 February. The famous novel has been adapted into a stage play by N.Purevdagva and directed by State-Honoured Artist N.Naranbaatar. Earlier today (10 January) the list of cast […]

Mongolia, one of the main partners of this year’s Asia Destination Film Forum (DFF 2020), which will take place in Bangkok on 30 January 2020, is showcasing the natural beauty of their country by screening the award-winning film ‘The Steed’. The film plays at the beginning of the 20th century […]

The Minister of Environment and Tourism decided today (18 February) to cancel all tourism event scheduled in March. The Mongolian National Emergency Commission has declared advanced emergency readiness and preparation in order to prevent the spread of coronavirus. Mongolia organizes several winter events for attracting tourists. The events which are […]

Shankh Monastery is one of Mongolia’s oldest Buddhist temples. These days, there are only ten monks living at the 17th-century complex.  At its height, the place of worship – located 361km (224 miles) from the capital of Ulaanbaatar in the Uvurkhangai province – housed more than 1,500 monks. As with […]