Annual gathering of hundreds of whooper swans in Ganga and Kholboo lakes in Sukhbaatar province is attracting not less people.
Each October, migratory birds, including magnificent whooper swans gather before migrating to more warmer places to the South. At the moment about 2700 swans have been spotted in that area and their number is about to increase in late October according to the local environment protection department.
This annual gathering is a breathtaking experience under the blue sky not only for tourists who traveled long way to get there but also to local people who say "The luck follows those who have seen swan gathering".
Largest art fair of its kind in Mongolia in its 4th year, namely UB ART FAIR featuring arts and crafts and traditional arts to contemporary art, will take place at the Zanabazar National Fine Arts Museum from Friday 5th Oct till Wed 10th Oct 2012 (during five days).
On September 27th each year the world celebrates World Tourism Day. This year’s theme named Tourism & Sustainable Energy: Powering Sustainable Development aims to highlight tourism’s role in a brighter energy future; a future in which the world’s entire population has access to modern, efficient and affordable energy services.
On August 24, 2012, President of Mongolia Elbegdorj Tsakhia issued a decree instituting a Book Day to promote reading and publishing books. The decree provides for instituting national Book Days on the third Saturdays of September each year.
Following the Presidential Decree, Government and Non-Government Organizations as well as public organizations – all joined the Book Day campaign under the slogan “Let’s read together”, on Saturday, September 15, 2012.
The Secretary General of the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), Taleb Rifai, made an official visit to Mongolia on July 20-24, 2012. Mongolian President Tsakhia Elbegdorj said Monday that his country will make more efforts to develop the tourism industry.
During his visit, Mr. Taleb Rifai met with President of Mongolia, Elbegdorj Tsakhia.
Elbegdorj said Mongolia has rich and diverse tourism resources characterized by extraordinary natural landscapes, abundant historical heritage as well as unique ethnic customs.
The upcoming new government would not only develop Mongolia's mining industry, but also make more efforts to boost the tourism sector as well as related infrastructure, the president added.
MONGOLIA:Capital Raising & Investment Conference 3 - 5 Sept. 2012
This annual conference is the most comprehensive forum on investing in Mongolia. It facilitates foreign investment in Mongolia by giving investors insight into what investment opportunities exist, while streamlining the capital raising process by connecting service providers to Mongolian companies looking to raise capital internationally.
Mongolia’s economy is developing at an extremely rapid rate, and the investment climate is changing at the same pace. The parliamentary election on that had been held on June 28 will change the political and economic scene dramatically. So, don’t miss out on the latest trends and investment prospects! Attending the conference will keep you up to date with all the latest information on the Mongolian investing scene and keep you ahead of others.