Happy Guesthouse

Address: P.O. Box 13, Ulan Bator, UB 46, Mongolia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on P.O. Box 13, Ulan Bator, is near Terelj National Park, Zaisan Memorial, Yol Valley, and Karakorum (Kharkhorin).
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Travel Blogs from Ulan Bator

Why employers should love employees that travel.

A travel blog entry by jware on Oct 16, 2015

1 comment, 12 photos

... to remember that my map was showing the English translation of the Cyrillic Mongolian street names. Ooops. Finally, I had the idea to point to a landmark on the map that I could say and that everyone knows the location of... "Chinggis Khan!" referencing the Genghis Khan square. "Ah, ah!", he said. From there we worked our route on the map to my home. Easy peasy. At the end, I just gave him some money---$2.5 dollars--that I thought was ...

Bye Russia, Hello Mongolia

A travel blog entry by rolandandlizzie on Sep 29, 2015

37 photos

... Lord Of The Flies (I know I should have read these before!). Liz is devouring books almost daily, I don't know how she does it but it's impressive - TIP for anyone wanting to get her a birthday gift ;-) So onto Day 2 and our trip to a 'Ger' which is the Mongolian word for a Yurt. Naturally we got up early and watched England lose the rugby on the iPad having found the full match on YouTube which was a god send. We just managed to finish the game before being collected to ...


A travel blog entry by rjsmith on Sep 15, 2015

... most of us were struggling to stay awake. The throat singing was amazing though and the final act was a contortionist who did things I never thought possible. Her finale was to have her complete body balanced on a mouthpiece, similar to this contortionist photo.

The next day we headed out of the city to see the Genghis Khan Equestrian Statue. It was built in 2008 in the middle of nowhere, and it's just brilliant! You ...

Ulan Bator

A travel blog entry by durieux on Sep 06, 2015

4 photos

... a quarter of the world's population.

These rulers called themselves "Moguls" after their distant ancestors.

The Moguls lasted until 1700, when very rapidly, their empire collapsed. The coup de grace came when the last Mogul emperor issued a firman supporting the Sepoy Mutiny against the British. When the British recovered, they exiled the poor emperor to Rangoon.

In case you don't know about the Moguls, they produced some impressive ...

UB to DZ, Gobi Desert

A travel blog entry by kbgstm on Sep 06, 2015

1 comment, 14 photos

... is crisscrossed with vehicle tracks. Drivers navigate by distant landmarks by day and by the stars at night. It is flat except when we cross the ruts of other tracks. It is a broad flat plain of compacted sand and gravel. Nothing growing but scattered green grasses and shrubs. white gers appear in the distance. As we get closer ...