Oneway Guesthouse

Address: Khaan Uul Dureg, Ulan Bator, 510, Mongolia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Khaan Uul Dureg, Ulan Bator, is near Terelj National Park, Zaisan Memorial, Yol Valley, and Karakorum (Kharkhorin).
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    Travel Blogs from Ulan Bator

    Living the Nomadic Life

    A travel blog entry by sfenwick on Jun 19, 2015

    After a great introduction to Mongolia from Soko we were ready to take on the north on our own. The group dropped us off at the grocery store to stock up on lunch an snack supplies for our week in the mountains. We were told that we would be fed a light breakfast and dinner each day, but to bring lots of snacks and lunch. With limited options we bought packages of Ramen noodles, snickers bars, nuts, and 4 loaves of bread that would be turned into sickeningly sweet jam ...


    A travel blog entry by mkennedy15 on May 18, 2015

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... of the country is arable land, but agriculture makes up one third of the economy - camels, sheep and goats account for the majority of production. China is a major importer of Mongolia's coal. Mongolia finds itself in an interesting position, it is located between Russia and China. Since those two don't get along and Mongolia has vast minerals including much needed coal, the country stays on edge. As one of the Mongolian guides described it, "We are like ...

    Life as a Mongol

    A travel blog entry by liznjohntravels on Apr 16, 2015

    1 comment, 18 photos

    ... to the hotel. A hot, dry dusty day. First visit, the Gandan Khild, a monastery which is home to the spiritual head of Mongolia, the Khamba Lama. Almost all the countries 700 monasteries were destroyed by the communists in the 30's. Inside this quite plain building is an enormous golden Buddha, to which many people pray and turn the prayer wheels. Despite being an industrial capital, this city is almost all Mongolians and we, westerners, are ...

    Into the wild

    A travel blog entry by nikhil.sharma on Oct 18, 2014

    20 photos

    ... our guide negotiated for us to stay there. Living with these families we were able to try local delicacies like salted Mongolian yak's milk tea, Airag (fermented horse milk) and lots of dried curds (always interesting, not always delicious!). We also experienced trying to sleep in the incredible heat of a ger tent with the stove on and then being woken up by the intense sub-zero cold a few hours later when the stove burned out. Most nights we went to bed wearing very ...

    Welcome to Mongolia

    A travel blog entry by belbrown on Sep 14, 2014

    12 photos

    ... You don't realise how big the city is, and yet how small it is. We head back to the hotel so we can have a good sleep. Mongolia is a little dangerous on your own. You need to stay in groups. Being white, we stand out. They think we have money and expensive belongings. The younger generation will do anything to take your stuff. Pick pockets are a big problem. They can get into zipped up pockets on pants. So please take ...