Chinggis Khaan International Airport is the only airport in Mongolia that
offers international flights. It is located about 20km to the southwest of
the Ulaanbaatar city-centre.
There are direct flights to Ulaanbaatar from Seoul, Beijing, Tokyo, Osaka,
Hong Kong, Singapore, Berlin, Istanbul or Moscow via Mongolian Airways
(MIAT), Air China, Korean Air, Turkish Airlines and Aeroflot. There are
fewer flights during the winter months from November to March.
In mid-2018 a new international airport will open in Ulaanbaatar, located
approximately 70km from the city centre.
Taxis, both official and unofficial, are easy to find in Ulaanbaatar. Official taxis do have meters, but these are often tampered with during the journey. There are numerous private cars that are able to take passengers for a fare. The fare as at January 2018is 800 MNT per kilometre. Taxi drivers generally do not speak or read English. Most hotels can facilitate airport pick up and help book a reputable taxi service.
The following are hotels that are convenient for business purposes and within walking distance to the centre of town (where most clients are likely to be located). These hotels also have business centres and services to support guests.
Ulaanbaatar has a large selection of restaurants, with surprising variety of cuisines accounted for. Popular restaurants include: Rosewood, Choijin Temple, Silk Road, Veranda, BlueFin, Monet, Ivy, Square Grill Pub, Grand Khaan Irish Pub, Hazara’s, Le Bistro Francais and Millie’s café.
Tipping is not necessary unless you highly appreciate the services received.
Mongolia is an adventurous destination, the country with eternal blue sky,
endless steppe, immense mountain ranges and unique natural environments,
inhabited by the nomads (herders).
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