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JCI Asia-Pacific conference
Ulaanbaatar Mongolia
June 8 - June 11, 2017



  Ulaanbaatar city, Mongolia

Attractions


Chinggis Khaan (Sukhbaatar) Square

it lies at the heart of the city surrounded by government buildings, banks and theaters. The square is further surrounded by two ring roads Baga Toiruu and Ikh Toiruu (inner and outer rings).


Gandantegchinlen Monastery

Built in 1840, it is the center of Mongolian Buddhism and the only working monastery during the entire communist period. The monastery comprises a complex of buildings on the hillside northwest of the city.


Bogd khaan winter palace museum

Bogd Khaan winter palce museum locates Chinggis avenue, Khan-Uul district, in Ulaanbaatar.


Zaisan memorial

The Zaisan Memorial is located south of the Mongolia capital of Ulaanbaatar that honors Soviet soldiers killed in World War II. The memorial features a circular mural that depicts scenes of friendship between the peoples of the Soviet and Mongolia.


STATE HISTORY MUSEUM

State History Museum has 2.000 exhibits including 289 historically priceless records from 612 that are registered nationwide. Welcome to the State Palace of Mongolia.


Choijin Lama museum

The Choijin Lama Temple Museum is an architectural masterpiece of the 19th and 20th century. The monastery was erected by Mongolian architects. The museum is only one block south of the Square.


THE STATE ACADEMIC THEATRE OF OPERA AND BALLET

The State Academic Theatre of Opera and Ballet was opened in 1963 by performing “Eugene Onegin” opera. The building of the theatre is designed by Gerhard Kozel, an Italian architect, and constructed by Mongolian builders in 1948.


MONGOLIAN CIRCUS

The Mongolian Circus, which is a short walk away from the State Department Store, is open intermittently throughout the year. The building of the circus is considered the largest one in Asia. You can see awesome and exciting artistic performance that is recognized internationally.


GORKHI-TERELJ NATIONAL PARK

Gorkhi-Terelj National Park is one of the national parks of Mongolia. It is connected with Ulaanbaatar by a paved road about 50 kms far away. The park has many rock formations for rock climbers, and includes two famous formations named for things they resemble: Turtle Rock and the Old Man Reading a Book (Praying Lama Rock).


13TH CENTURY COMPLEX

Do you want to spend one day in Great Mongolian Empire founded by Chingiss Khaan. Welcome to the 13th Century Complex located in Erdene Soum, Tov Aimag. The “13th Century” complex has the environment of tourism attractions, ger camps, farms, statues and traditional entertainment areas, all in real lifestyle of the 13th century era.


MT. BOGD KHAN

In 1778 the Mongolian government declared the Bogd Khan Mountain a protected site or national park to protect its flora and fauna making the mountain a pioneer national park in the world. Although, the Bogd Khaan Mountain is located near capital city with a population of over 1 million, it doesn’t suffer from damages caused by human improper activity.


TONYUKUK’S MEMORIAL COMPLEX

At Nalaikh District there is the important Stele of Tonyukuk ( 722 AD) with an Old Turkic inscription that contains a history of Turkey. Such a big stele have never been found from anywhere in the world in history of Turkey.


ARIYABAL MONASTERY

This monastery and meditation center is built with showing the development of Mongolian architecture and intellectual culture in the 18th century.


HUSTAI NURUU

The Mongolian Government declared Hustai National Park as a Specially Protected Area in 1993, one year after the initiation of the reintroduction project of the Takhi, Prjevalski horse, to the Hustai Nuruu. The Hustai National Park extends through the Khentii Mountains and includes the western edge of the Mongolian steppe at the boundaries of Altanbulag, Argalant and Bayankhangai Soums of Tov province.