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The naadam is biggest celebration of Mongolian

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Traditional Mongolian Dance

The "Bielgee" dance, or dance of the body, is particular to the people of western Mongolia. It is performed to the music of Mongolian national musical instruments, such as the morin khuur (horsehead fiddle) and the yochin (similar to the xylophone.) Bielgee is traditionally performed on the rather limited space before the hearth, so the dancers make practically no use of their feet. Instead, the dancers principally use only the upper part of their bodies, and through their rhythmic movements express various aspects of their identities, such as sex, tribe, and ethic group.

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The Naadam

Naadam (Mongolian: Наадам, lit. "games") is a traditional type of festival in Mongolia. The festival is also locally termed "eriin gurvan naadam" (эрийн гурван наадам) "the three games of men". The games are Mongolian wrestling, horse racing and archery and are held throughout the country during the midsummer holidays. Women have started participating in the archery and girls in the horse-racing games, but not in Mongolian wrestling. In 2010, Naadam was inscribed on the Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity of UNESCO.

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Buuz - Бууз

Small filled pockets, steamed The ingredients for dough and filling of the Buuz are exactly the same as with Khuushuur and Bansh, the differences are in the size, shape, and cooking method. Buuz are cooked under steam, and usually have an opening at the top. A variety of Buuz made with yeast dough are called Mantuun Buuz.

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Bansh - Банш

Small filled pockets, boiled. The mongolian cuisine knows about three different cooking methods for filled pockets. Dough and filling of the Bansh are the same as with Khuushuur and Buuz, the difference is in the size, shape, and cooking method.

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Chinggis Khaan Hotel

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Mongolia Naadam Festival

Naadam Festival is Mongolian major holiday and a wonderful time to experience the culture and people of this amazing land. The festival has its roots in the nomad wedding assemblies and hunting extravaganzas of the Mongol Army. The opening ceremony features marches and music from soldiers, monks and athletes before the real fun begins! In the Naadam Stadium, the three sporting passions of Mongolians, horse racing, wrestling and archery, are played out over 2 days.

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Lake Khuvsgul (Hovsgol) short tour

Lake Khuvsgul (Mongolian: Хөвсгөл нуур, Khuvsgul nuur), also referred to as Khuvsgul dalai (Хөвсгөл далай, Khuvsgul ocean) or Dalai Eej (Далай ээж, ocean mother) is the fresh water and largest lake in Mongolia by volume, and the second largest by area and third lake with purest from of water in the world[citation needed]. Khuvsgul Nuur is nicknamed "Young sister of Sister Lakes (Lake Khuvsgul and Lake Baikal)".

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Gobi and Hustai national park tour

In short time you will visit Gobi where you see the Flaming Cliffs, Vulture Gorge and Moltsog sand dunes and Hustai National Nature Park.

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