A Look Inside

Gantumur Luvsannyam, leader of opposition Democratic Party, with author

Coding Girls with author

Tapan Mishra UN Mongoilia

Anar Chinbaatar, co-founder of startups AND and ONDO

Khulan Davaadorj, founder of lifestyle brand Lhamour, Mongolia

Marco Polo statue Ulaanbaatar

Friendship monument; Chinggis Khan and his loyal friend Bo’orchu, Khentii province 

Nomin Chinbat, Minister of Culture, and author

Small house in mining town Berkh where Prime Minister Oyun-Erdene Luvsannamsrai grew up with his grandfather

Khentii Province

Oyun-Erdene Luvsannamsrai, Prime Minister of Mongolia, with author

Ariu singing at the Fat Cat Jazz Club

Batbayar, nomadic herder, with his wife, Enkhmaa, in Khentii province

Wild horses can be seen everywhere on the Mongolian steppe

Batkhishig Gankhuyag and the author, at Chinggis Khan monument 

Berkh Primary School, where the current PM went to school

Orchlon Enkhtsetseg, founder of the energy tech firm Ureca

Gobi Cashmere, Mongilian High Fashion

Oyu Tolgoi Johan Nylander Mongolia

Friendship monument; Chinggis Khan and his loyal friend Bo’orchu, 

Jargalsaikhan Dambadarjaa, founder of Jargal Defacto think tank

The Blue Sky Hotel and Tower, Choidshin Lama Temple, Ulaanbaatar

Bolor Erdene Battsengel, founder of Girls for Coding and former vice-minister of the Ministry of Digital Development and Communications

Sükhbaatar Square, Blue Sky Hotel, Ulaanbaatar

Mongolian Festival 

Batnairamdal “Nagi” Otgonshar, Secretary for Foreign Affairs of the Mongolian People’s Party, former Wall Street banker, 

A two-year-old girl, Ankhiluun, playing with a little kitten. The family’s ger is powered by solar energy, in collaboration with startup Ureca. 

Made in Mongolia: lifestyle brands in collaboration with local nomads

Oyu Tolgoi Copper Mongolia

Dugaraa, driver of a mining truck at Oyu Tolgoi copper mine

Yummy and healthy – camel milk from Mongolia

Camels Mongolia

Damdin Sükhbaatar, a communist revolutionary, who declared the independence of Mongolia from China in July 1921

Outside Government Palace, Ulaanbaatar

Always great drinks at Fat Cat Jazz Club

Highway Mongolia Steppe

Johan Nylander UB Mongolia

Hero Baatar, founder of Hero Entertainment, one of the country’s foremost theater companies

Hello doggie. In the Ger district 

Festival Mongolia

Festival Mongolia

Monument of the (approximate) birthplace of Chinggis Khan, in Khentii province

“There are many resources here—copper, gold, coal, rare earth minerals,” says Tserenbat Namsrai, CEO of Erdenes Oyu Tolgoi, EOT

Gobi Cashmere store in Ulaanbaatar,  Mongolia

Family in Ger district. Their home is powered by solar energy, in collaboration with startup Ureca. 

Chuluuntsetseg “Chuka” Chuluunbaatar and her husband Tserendorj Natsagdorj, founders of Nomadic Powerbox and Nomadic Cloud

Enkh Javkhlan, the governor of Berkh, guidning through the tunnels of a new underground mining museum

Engineer at Oyu Togoi copper mine

Mendbayar Tseveen, co-founder of Intelmind, one of Mongolia’s most prominent tech startups and incubators

Mining Museum Berkh

Nomadic herder on his motorbike

Monument of Sanjaasurengiin Zorig, a prominent Mongolian politician and one of the leaders of the country’s democratic revolution, assassinated 1998

Beware of giant mining trucks. Oyu Tolgoi. 

Traffic in UB not always the best

Wolf Mongolia

Zayasaikhan “Zaya” Sambuu is a world-renowned Mongolian painter.

Writers’ loft, Blue Sky Hotel

Batbaatar Bayangerel, advisor to the Prime Minister

Tamir Bat-Ulzii, director at Fantastic Productions, one of Mongolia’s leading movie creators 

Erdenebold Sukhbaata, CEO of simulation center Mars V

Third Neighbour Policy Mongolia

The author having whiskey with two members of The HU, at Fat Cat Jazz Club. Amazing!

Oyu Tolgoi — No Drinking

Prime Minister Oyun-Erdene Luvsannamsrai inaugurating underground site at Oyu Tolgoi with Chief Executive Officer of Rio Tinto Group Jakob Stausholm

Hannes Takacs, head of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) in Mongolia