10D7N NORTHERN MONGOLIA


Highlights:

ULAANBAATAR

  • The Zaisan Memorial
  • Genghis Khan Equestrian Statue
  • Terelj National Park
  • Mongolian Museum of Natural History
  • Sukhbaatar Square
  • Winter Palace of the Bogd Khan


MURUN

  • Deer Stone Forest
  • Lake Khovsgol


TSETSERLEG

  • Volcano
  • Hala and Lin
     
Meal Plans:

100% Full Board Meal

  • Mongolia Cuisine
  • BBQ Cuisine

As Stated or Similar - Local 3 + 4* Hotels

  • Ulaanbaatar Hotel
  • Erdenet Hotel
  • Murun Resort
  • Terelj National Park Resort
  • Tsetserleg Resort
  • Khovsgol Lake
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Depart to Ulaanbaatar, transit Beijing

Connecting flight to Ulaanbaatar, Upon Arrival, meet 8 great by local guide.

  • The Zaisan Memorial - Is a memorial in the southern area of the Mongolian capital of Ulaanbaatar that honors allied Mongolian and Soviet soldiers killed in World War II. Located on a hill in the southern part of the city, the memorial features a circular memorial painting that depicts scenes of friendship between the people of the USSR and Mongolia.
  • Genghis Khan Equestrian Statue - Part of the Genghis Khan Statue Complex is a 131-foot tall statue of Genghis Khan on horseback, on the bank of the Tuul River at Tsonjin Boldog, where according to legend, he found a golden whip. The statue is symbolically pointed east towards his birthplace.
  • Terelj National Park - Terelj National Park is one of the most visited and interesting national parks of Mongolia. It is connected with Ulaanbaatar by a paved road with 70km.
     

The National Park is by its natural beauty, forested alpine mountains and interesting rock formations.

  • Dalhan City - Feel the scenery of the grassland and climb the mountain to see the scenery. After that, you will travel to Dalhan City, Darhan, the capital of Mongolia Darhan Ulle Province, and the second largest city in Mongolia.
  • Amarbayasgalat Monastery - Amarbayasgalant Monastery or the "Monastery of Tranquil Felicity", is one of the three largest Buddhist monastic centers in Mongolia. The monastery complex is located in the Iven Valley near the Selenge River, at the foot of Mount Buren-Khaan in Baruunbdren sum (district) of Selenge Province in northern Mongolia. The nearest town is Erdenet which is about 60 km to the southwest.

After breakfast, drive to Bulacan province, then go to Murun, the provincial capital of Kusugul, and experience the nature of the prairie all the way. Kusugur Province is located in the northern part of Mongolia and is named after the shore of Lake Kusugul. It has an area of 100,600 square kilometers and a population of 119,063 (2000). The capital of Murun City. The province of Kusugur was originally part of the Tangnuwu Lianghai. It has been a Chinese territory since ancient times. In 1911, the Revolution of 1911 broke out. The Mongolian monarch took the opportunity to declare "independence" and stand on its own "Greater Mongolia." The rebel group was originally prepared to occupy the entire outer Mongolian region including Tangnu Wulianghai, but Tsarist Russia excluded Tangnuwulianghai from the "Greater Mongolian State" and claimed that Russia had special interests in Tangnuwulianghai. Direct control in the area.

  • Deer Stone Forest - About Lushi, people's understanding is still very vague. Some people think that it is a totem pole, the first ancestor sacrifices the pillars and the gods and horses, and some people think it is the world mountain, the world tree and the male root. The deer stone is generally shaped like a rectangular stone tablet. The top end is engraved with a circle, and a straight line or dotted line is engraved slightly below. Below the line, there is usuallya bird—like deer head heading up to the circle to fly.
  • Lake Khovsgol - Is the largest fresh water lake in Mongolia by volume and second largest by area. It is located near the northern border of Mongolia, about 200km west of the southern end of Lake Baikal. It is nicknamed the 'Younger sister' of those two "sister lakes.
  • After breakfast, head to Jianghaipo to see the sea, experience the original ecological grassland, and return to nature with a relaxed and unpolluted original ecological experience. Experience the wonderful interaction between human and animal nature in the nomadic reindeer.
  • Wishing Island - Take boat to Whishing Island.
  • Adventure with Reindeer Chartan
  • Crossing the Quanshui River, (the Inner Mongolian water is fresh water from the groundwater, can be directly consumed), the forest path, encounter wild animals can feel the original ecological grassland, visit the grassland no man's land with beautiful views; followed by a 240km cross-country route in the evening, with a view of the scenery along the way.
  • Volcano - After dinner, climb the dead volcano hall at 10 km north of Tariyat Sumu
  • Hala and Lin - Hala and Lin are also called He Lin and He Ning . It is the capital of the Mongol Empire built on the basis of the Kremlin or the capital of the back of the prairie. It is the capital of the northbound province of the Yuan Dynasty. It is the center of the middle of the 13th century.
  • Mongolian Museum of Natural History - Is the earliest and most abundant museum in Mongolia, located in Ulaanbaatar, the capital of Mongolia. The first floor of the museum is part of the original history. The exhibits are not very rich. Some of them are made of stone tools and some rock paintings. The second floor is the largest, divided into several parts. Mongolian agricultural production, Mongolian costumes, and ancient Mongolia. People's daily necessities, some historical relics of the Turkic era.
  • Sukhbaatar Square - In the centre of the square, a statue of Sukhbaatar riding his horse still stands. The words he apparently pronounced at the moment of independence are engraved on the bottom of the statue: 'If we, the whole people, unite in our common effort and common will there will be nothing in the world that we cannot achieve, that we will not have learnt or that we will have failed to do'.
  • Winter Palace of the Bogd Khan - Built between 1893 and 1903, this palace is where Mongolia's eighth Living Buddha, and last king, Jebtzun Damba Hutagt VIII (often called the Bogd Khan), lived for 20 years. For reasons that are unclear, the palace was spared destruction by the Russians and turned into a museum. The summer palace, on the banks of Tuul Gol, was completely destroyed. There are six temples in the grounds; each now contains Buddhist artworks, including sculptures and thangkas.

After breakfast, transfer to Ulaanbaatar International airport for departure flight back to Singapore by transit Beijing

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