Holiday Guide for Mongolia in 2020

Mongolia 2020
Mongolia
2020

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

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Mongolia List of National Holidays in Mongolia in 2020

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

 Long Weekend! 
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


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

 Long Weekend! 
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

Buddha Day

 Long Weekend! 
Buddha Day

Mongolia: This is a Buddhist festival that marks the death of the Buddha.

Election Day


Election Day

Mongolia: A public holiday to allow citizens to vote in the elections taking place in Mongolia.

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


Naadam Holiday

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

Naadam Holiday

 Long Weekend! 
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


Naadam Holiday

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

Genghis Khan's birthday

 Long Weekend! 
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.

Republic Day


Republic Day

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

Independence Day


Independence Day

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