Holiday Guide for Mongolia in 2019

Mongolia 2019
Mongolia
2019

Mongolia information

Coronavirus: Travel status There is a ban of entry into Mongolia of all foreign nationals. All international air and rail routes are suspended. Mongolia Travel Guide

Population: 3.09m
Capital: Ulaanbaatar
Calling Code: (976)
Time Zone: +8 UTC
Currency: Mongolian tögrög
Language: Mongolian

Weather in Ulaanbaatar

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Temperature: 10.46°c
Wind speed: 2.04kph
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Mongolia List of National Holidays in Mongolia in 2019

New Year's Day


New Year's Day

Mongolia: New Year's Day is a public holiday in all countries that observe the Gregorian calendar, with the exception of Israel

Tsagaan Sar


Tsagaan Sar

Mongolia: Mongol New Year is celebrated over the first three days of the lunar year

Tsagaan Sar Holiday


Tsagaan Sar Holiday

Mongolia: Mongol New Year is celebrated over the first three days of the lunar year

Tsagaan Sar Holiday


Tsagaan Sar Holiday

Mongolia: Mongol New Year is celebrated over the first three days of the lunar year

International Women's Day

 Long Weekend! 
International Women's Day

Mongolia: The UN has declared March 8th to be a day to celebrate, recognise and remember women

Mother's and Children's Day


Mother's and Children's Day

Mongolia: The World Conference for the Well-being of Children in Geneva, Switzerland, proclaimed June 1st to be International Children's Day in 1925

Naadam


Naadam

Mongolia: Naadam Festival is the most famous festival and biggest national holiday in Mongolia. Over five days, Mongolians proudly celebrate their tradition and nomadic culture.

Naadam Holiday

 Long Weekend! 
Naadam Holiday

Mongolia: Second day of a five-day holiday to coincide with the Naadam Festival

Naadam Holiday


Naadam Holiday

Mongolia: Third day of a five-day holiday to coincide with the Naadam Festival

Naadam Holiday


Naadam Holiday

Mongolia: Fourth day of a five-day holiday to coincide with the Naadam Festival

Naadam Holiday

 Long Weekend! 
Naadam Holiday

Mongolia: Fifth and final day of a five-day holiday to coincide with the Naadam Festival

Battle of Khalkhiin Gol


Battle of Khalkhiin Gol

Mongolia: Commemorates an important victory against Imperial Japan in 1939. The conflict was named after the river Khalkhyn Gol.

Republic Day


Republic Day

Mongolia: The Mongolian People's Republic was proclaimed on November 26th 1924

Genghis Khan's birthday


Genghis Khan's birthday

Mongolia: Established in 2012. This day expresses a symbolic birthday of Genghis Khan as his exact date of birth is not found.

Independence Day


Independence Day

Mongolia: Mongolian Independence Day is a public holiday that commemorates the independence of Mongolia from China on December 29th 1911.