Mongolia

Mongolia is a country with an extremely rich past. An extremely important avenue along the Silk Road, Mongolia was an economic and trading powerhouse during those times.

Despite being in between two of the world’s most technologically advanced nations, China and The Russian Federation, to this day, the country seems to have come to a standstill. Whether it is a journey through Mongolia’s landscape and Gobi Desert or visiting the relatively ancient capital of Ulaan Bator, all these are excellent ways to experience the country’s dramatic scenery and the traditional lifestyle of its people. Mongolia’s vast landscape is home to a rich cultural life – Shamanistic Buddhism, amazingly riotous festivals as well as a nomadic way of life.

Best Season

May-Oct

July is the peak season due to the Nadaam Festival

Golden Eagle Trans Siberia in Luxury - From Moscow to Ulaanbaatar or Vladivostok
From HK$101,500/Adult
11/15 days | Train Journeys
From HK$101,500/Adult

The Golden Eagle brings unprecedented luxury to, quite possibly, the 'world's greatest rail journey! The mysterious Trans-Siberian railway journey has inspired travellers for more than a century. It covers 9001km on a single rail line connecting China, Mongolia and Russia that spans over 8 time zones.

Essence of the Trans-Siberian Journey - with Tsar's Gold (Moscow - Ulaanbaatar)
From HK$57,000/Adult
12 days | Train Journeys
From HK$57,000/Adult

A journey on the legendary Trans-siberian Railroad is one of the last great travel adventures in our world. Set this dream of a lifetime on the tracks with the Tsar’s Gold Private Train and experience Russia and Mongolia in the safest, most comfortable and fascinating manner. Take the historic route between Moscow and Lake Baikal. Lean back to enjoy the dramatic changes of scenery and savour a choice of Europe’s and Asia’s most superb and splendid landscapes!

Mongolia In-Depth
From HK$39,800/Adult
12 days
From HK$39,800/Adult

The journey through Mongolia’s heartland and deep into the grassland and Gobi Desert is an excellent way to experience the country’s dramatic scenery and the traditional lifestyle of its people. In summer there is an abundance of wildflowers and as the months get colder and autumn comes upon them the leaves provide a spectacular glow of warm colors.

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