Mongolia is landlocked country between China and Russia. It's a vast country and is one of the last few places on the planet where nomadic life is still a living tradition. Its tourism may not be as thriving as its neighbors’ but travelling to Mongolia will ensure a one-of-a-kind experience.
Mongolia cuisine is based largely on meat and milk, and designed to aid survival and travel in the harsh steppes. Read this article to know more about the nomadic cusine of this vast country.
Mongolian cuisine is known for its heavy, meat and dairy-based dishes. Traditional recipes like Mongolian-style barbecued meats and meat filled dumplings are widely popular with tourists. Here’s our pick of the best restaurants to try.
Mongolia can be considered one of the world's great adventure travel destinations. From its thoroughly modern capital city of Ulaanbaatar to the wide-open and dramatic steppe, Mongolia will find ways to take your breath away.
Mongolia is a diverse land with many beautiful places to discover, from the capital Ulaanbaatar, to its sweeping natural wonders. Whether you want to take in some culture or see what Mother Nature has to offer, you’ll find it in any one of these top places to visit.
Mongolian cuisine is much influenced by the continental climate that dominates the region, and also a bit by the Russian and Chinese cultures. Meat and dairy form the staple diet of this nomadic cuisine, with the use of vegetables being limited. The meat of horse, yak, ...