Daily Updates of Covid-19 situation in Mongolia

Daily Updates of Covid-19 situation in Mongolia

As of March 29, 12 total cases, 10 active, 0 deceased, 2 recovered.

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Mongolia’s Small-Country Strategy for Containing COVID-19

Mongolia’s Small-Country Strategy for Containing COVID-19

Mongolia’s small population might be an asset in fighting the new pandemic

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Corona Virus Situations in Mongolia and How Mongolians Got the Corona Virus Precautions Right

Corona Virus Situations in Mongolia and How Mongolians Got the Corona Virus Precautions Right

Mongolia began taking precautionary actions back in January – they were the second country to close their borders with China

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Road trip through Mongolia

Road trip through Mongolia

In total, we covered 5500 kilometers on our holiday, from Ulaanbataar to Murun, on to Tsagaannuur where we jumped on the horses to visit the Dukha reindeer herders, back to Murun, continuing to Ulgii and to returning to Ulaanbataar through Altai and the Gobi.

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27 Incredibly Truthful Reasons Why You Should Never Go To Mongolia

27 Incredibly Truthful Reasons Why You Should Never Go To Mongolia

And when you camp under the Milky Way, the stars are so bright that they'll definitely keep you up all night. #Fail.

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9 WONDERS OF MONGOLIA

9 WONDERS OF MONGOLIA

Announced in 2010, the Nine Wonders of Mongolia highlight the diversity and beauty of this distinct country. The wonders, in a campaign jointly organised by the President’s office, the Ministry of Nature, Environment and Tourism and the Mongolian Tourism Association, were selected online via a public vote.

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9 REASONS YOU NEED TO VISIT MONGOLIA IN 2018

9 REASONS YOU NEED TO VISIT MONGOLIA IN 2018

Travelers often overlook Mongolia for its bustling neighbors, China and Russia. But in Mongolia—one of the world’s most sparsely populated countries—by venturing into the wild with epic horse rides through the valleys, climbing up to Buddhist villages and temples, hiking through the mountains, luxurious yurt stays under a canvas of stars, and homey dishes that are truly farm to table, one finds the perfect antidote to the intensity of, say, Shanghai or Moscow. Still relatively untouched by modern life, the country offers visitors a true look into life off the grid, but a slowly growing number of tour providers are making it easier to navigate the vast wilderness. Here, nine reasons to visit that will quickly catapult Mongolia to the top of your bucket list.

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