Getting the most from your car rental in Ulaanbaatar
The town is imbued with Mongolia's cultural and revolutionary history, so a car hire in Ulaanbaatar will help you get the most out of your visit. The Chinggis Khan Square, in the centre of Ulaanbaatar, is named after the revolutionary hero. Gandan Khiid is one of the few Buddhist monasteries to survive the 1937 purge, while the Choijin Lama Temple is now a museum. Both are open for visitors. To the east of the city centre, you can browse in Khar Zakh (the Black Market) - renowned as a cheap source of Mongolian clothes and carpets. To the south of the city you will find the Zaisan Memorial, situated on a hill that gives you spectacular views across the city. The National Academic Drama Theatre offers evening entertainment in the form of traditional dance, with a puppet theatre that's ideal for children.