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2020/01/25

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Mesmerizing ice town to be built on Lake Khuvsgul

Each March, Mongolia celebrates the Khuvsgul Ice Festival on the country’s most famous lake.

The event includes horse-drawn sleighs, elaborate ice sculptures, traditional food and vibrant competitions including ice skating, ice sumo wrestling, tug of war, ice ger building and dog

Screening of Award-Winning Mongolian Film in Bangkok

Mongolia, one of the main partners of this year’s Asia Destination Film Forum (DFF 2020), which will take place in Bangkok on 30 January 2020, is showcasing the natural beauty of their country by screening the award-winning film ‘The Steed’.

The

Mongolia’s opera house suspends February events

The Mongolian National Academic Theatre of Opera and Ballet announced on Thursday (16 January) the suspension of all February events and concerts. This surprise announcement is evidently due to internal matters.  According to an official statement, the opera house will

Mongolian actors invited to attend Berlin Film Festival

Mongolian actors and actresses have been invited to participate in the 70th Berlin Film Festival for their roles in the ‘Veins of the World’ film. The Berlin Film Festival will take place on 20-29 February.

Mongolian actor, voice actor N.Yalalt, D.Battsetseg,

The ‘Hu’ sets off on 2020 Europe tour

Earlier today (14 January), Mongolian rock band sensation the ‘Hu’ left Chinggis Khaan International Airport in Ulaanbaatar for Germany, where they will be kicking off their 2020 European tour. The band has a busy schedule of 55 concerts in Europe,

Who is Mongolia’s Anna Karenina?

The Mongolian National Academic Drama Theatre is preparing the perform stage adaption of ‘Anna Karenina’ by Leo Tolstoy for first time on 28 February. The famous novel has been adapted into a stage play by N.Purevdagva and directed by State-Honoured

Colourful and fun festivals in Khuvsgul

Khuvsgul Province is the most popular tourism destination in Mongolia. The region is magnet for local or foreign tourists because of Lake Khuvsgul, known as the ‘Blue Pearl of Mongolia’. The number of tourists heading for Khuvsgul is steadily increasing