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Getting to mongolia




Lying in the heart of Asia, Mongolia is a landlocked country that can be reached either by air or by land. Chinggis Khaan International Airport (ULN) is the major international airport that is located in 14.7 kilometers southwest of the capital city, Ulaanbaatar.


Here are list of airlines that serve Mongolia with direct flights from Germany, Russia, Turkey, Korea, Japan, Hong Kong and China, connecting to everywhere in the world. Once you are in the country you can also fly to all the provincial capitals. Below are the travel agents who can help you to obtain your domestic air ticket in Mongolia.





If you wish to travel by land, you may either take a train or drive, ride and cycle through the two main land border crossings: Ereen (Erliàn in Chinese) and Zamiin-Uud on the Chinese-Mongolian border, and Naushki and Sukhbaatar, on the Russian-Mongolian border.


The legendary Trans-Siberian Railway which is the longest (7925 km) continuous rail line on earth links Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia with Moscow and Vladivostok, Russia and Beijing, China. The journey from Ulaanbaatar to Moscow takes about 5 days and from Ulaanbaatar to Beijing takes about 32 hours. From the Mongolian steppes to Lake Baikal's remote shores, and to the Great Wall of China, you can start your adventure at any of these three completely different cultures.

Getting there can be half the fun of experiencing a new country!


If you will need to ensure that your passport is valid for at least six months from the date of your arrival, and you may need an exit visa exit visa from the Office of Immigration, Naturalization & Foreign Citizens (INFC). Adventure Rider Mongolia can advise you on all of these matters and ensure that you are well prepared for your trip to Mongolia.