Hotel Accommodation during the congress

For the accomodation please contact directly the hotel:

Ulaanbaatar Hotel 
B.Altangerel street-7, 8th subdistrict, Sukhbaatar district,
Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
011-32-0620, 9988-6868

Entry Requirements for Mongolia

Passport and Visa Requirements
Travelers to Mongolia must possess a passport that is valid for at least six months beyond their intended departure date. A visa is required for most foreign nationals, which can be obtained from Mongolian embassies and consulates prior to arrival. Citizens from certain countries may be eligible for visa-free entry or can obtain a visa on arrival. It is advisable to check with your local Mongolian embassy or consulate for the most up-to-date information.

General visa information

Visa-Free Entry
Certain nationalities are granted visa-free entry into Mongolia for a specified period. For example, citizens of the United States, Canada, and Japan can stay for up to 30 days without a visa. Please refer to the official Mongolian immigration website for a complete list of countries and specific durations of visa-free stays.

Visa on Arrival
Travelers from countries without a Mongolian diplomatic mission may apply for a visa on arrival at Chinggis Khaan International Airport in Ulaanbaatar. However, this option requires prior approval from the Mongolian Immigration Agency. To ensure a smooth entry process, it is recommended to apply for a visa in advance whenever possible.

Tourist Visa
Tourist visas are typically issued for 30 days and can be extended once for an additional 30 days. The application process usually requires a completed application form, a passport-sized photo, proof of travel arrangements, and payment of the visa fee. Extensions can be arranged through the Mongolian Immigration Agency in Ulaanbaatar.

Health and Safety Requirements
There are no mandatory vaccinations for entry into Mongolia, but it is recommended to be up-to-date on routine vaccinations. Health insurance is highly advisable as medical facilities in Mongolia may not meet the standards of more developed countries. It’s also recommended to check for any travel advisories or health warnings before your trip.

Customs Regulations
Travelers can bring personal items and a reasonable quantity of duty-free goods into Mongolia. Certain items such as firearms, narcotics, and hazardous materials are strictly prohibited. Currency in amounts over USD 10,000 must be declared upon arrival and departure.

Arrival and Departure
Upon arrival, visitors must complete an arrival card, which will be checked alongside your passport and visa by immigration officials. A departure card, received upon entry, must be completed and surrendered when leaving Mongolia. Ensure all necessary documents are readily accessible to facilitate a smooth process through immigration.

For further information, you may visit the official website of the Mongolian Immigration Agency or contact the nearest Mongolian diplomatic mission.

Safe travels!


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