Mongolian's culture is rich, unique and very interesting. There
are many opportunities offered to you to discover and enjoy Mongolia's traditions. It is also possible to join few organizations
and meet new people.
There are many museums featuring Mongolian's arts, culture and history. Most places charge about US$5.00, this is a really
cheap way to be introduced to the culture. You can also visit a few Buddhist Temples around town.
If you like opera or dancing shows, you will love to go to the Opera and Ballet Theatre and State Folk and Dancing Ensemble.
a look in the UB Post for the schedule.
There are quite a bit of good spot for having a beer, wine and drinks, but the most frequented by the expats are the following:
å Khan Brau
å River Sound
å Social Clubs
For those of you who like to meet new friends, it is possible to join the following organizations:
House Harriers: They meet at the Bayangol Hotel every Tuesday night at 18h30.
(International Womens Association): Go visit their Website for further information. http://www.ulaanbaatar.net/iwam/
Inn: Every Friday night at the British Embassy
· Television and DVD rental
Local cable and satellite dish companies broadcast the following English channels:
· National Geographic
· Star World
· Star Sports
The Records Store on Peace Ave, in front of the State Department Store rents
DVDs for T 1,500 + T7,000 for deposit.
There are 2 weekly english newspapers
available for purchase at hotels and cafés and also at newspaper stand at the Merkury Market.
ª Mongol Messenger
ª UB Post
many Internet Cafés spread out in the city and offer good services for only USD$0.80/hour. It is also possible to get Internet
hooked up at your house with the Internet providers company, Magic Net.