Mongolia Tour

Venture into the great grassland in Mongolia!


From RM8300 per pax (Twin sharing)

Difficulty: Easy

Mongolia is nearly the same size as Alaska, which makes Mongolia the sixth-largest country in Asia and 19th in the world. The country is landlocked between Russia to the north and China to the south. Mongolia is also known as the “Land of Blue Skies”. It is one of the highest country in the world where it is situated at a mountain plateau. Mongolia is one of the world’s last undiscovered travel destination with geographically wide-open spaces, cobalt blue skies, forests, deserts, crystal clear rivers and lakes. It is the land filled with adventures, horses, nomads and blue skies.
Mongolia is home to one of the world’s last nomadic culture. The Nomads live in traditional portable tents made of gers or yurts. The tents are made from animal skins or felt. This provide travelers to experience nomadic culture and vast, untouched endless expanses of the grasslands.


Kuala Lumpur / Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia

Depart for Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.


Arrive Ulaanbaatar

On arrival, transfer for lunch and check in hotel.
In the afternoon the City Tour of Ulaanbaatar includes the Gandan Monatsery, Sukhbaatar Square, Bogd Khan’s Winter Palace and National History Museum.


Ulaanbaatar / Murun / Lake Khusvgul

After breakfast, you will be transferred to the airport for flight to Murun, the capital of the northern Khuvsgul Province.
Continue to the Khuvsgul Lake, also known as the Blue Pearl of Mongolia (110km). It is located two kilometres above sea level in the northernmost province of Mongolia. The lake’s unbelievably clear water is still untouched by industry and modern urban life, so much that one can see every detail of fish that are a dozen or more meters under water. Lake Khuvsgul, the second largest fresh water lake in Central Asia, contains two percent of the world’s fresh water. It is supplied by some 96 rivers that flow into the lake.
Walk along the lake shore and enjoy the scenery. Dinner and overnight stay at the Ger Camp on the lake shore.


Lake Khusvgul

Take a full day to explore the breathtaking lake and surroundings. Experience horse riding along the lake. Visit local reindeer family living in traditional dwellings, yurts and have photos taken petting the reindeers. The Dukha’s people, also known as reindeer herders with their unique culture that has for centuries involved sustainable use of products from reindeers and the taiga. Sadly, this lifestyle is now being threatened by the encroachment of the modern world. Enjoy an hour-long motorboat excursion on the lake.


Lake Khusvgul / Murun / Ulaanbaatar

Drive back to Murun for flight to Ulaanbaatar. Upon arrival, visit “Gobi”, the longest established and the largest cashmere factory in Mongolia. Enjoy a factory tour to learn how the raw cashmere collected by nomadic herders is magically transformed into a fashionable garment. You will then visit the Zaisan Hill Memorial before checking into your hotel.


Ulaanbaatar / Terelj National Park

After breakfast, drive to the biggest statue of Chinggis Khan (55km). This complex located in Tsojin Boldog Hill is 40m tall and made of stainless steel and is considered the tallest equestrian statue in the world. Here, the largest private collection of artifacts from the Hunnu (Xiongnu) and Chinggis Khaan’s periods of Mongolia is on display. Visitors also can get to the top of the statue to enjoy the breath taking view.
Continue to Terelj National Park (30km). After lunch, we will visit the Turtle Rock, an interesting rock formation looking like a turtle. Hike to the Aryabala Meditation Temple (or alternative) to enjoy the view of Terelj valley.
Dinner and overnight stay in Ger Camp.


Terelj National Park / Mongol Nomadic Show / Ulaanbaatar

Leave early after breakfast, driving along the southern banks of Tuul river past Ulaanbaatar and arrive at the Mongol Nomadic Show to experience the centuries-old Mongolian traditional nomadic way of life. Visit a small Ger encampment to see the making of dairy products with an opportunity to taste. Try yourself in leather tanning and felt making. Opportunities of yak and camel riding. Enjoy a very traditional Mongolian lunch.
Return to Ulaanbaatar.


Depart Ulaanbaatar / Home

Transfer to Ulaanbaatar Airport for flight home.


Get ready to embark on a trip of a lifetime!

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Monday - Saturday: 10.00 - 18.30