Mongolia – is it safe?


Mongolian people are very friendly and welcoming, so it is a safe country for tourists. This is especially true if one speaks Mongolian or Russian, but also when not speaking any of these languages as Mongolians will try to communicate in English or Chinese.

When traveling with children, Mongolia is also a safe country because they can play in the streets with little supervision (although it’s always good to keep an eye on them). The main thing to watch out for are stray dogs and cars, both of which are common on roads throughout the country.

Mongolia can be considered a safe country for women as well since there have been no reports of rape or sexual assault against females traveling through this region alone. However, there have been some cases reported where Mongolian men have attacked female backpackers who were camping at night without anyone else around them!

Mongolia – what to see

Mongolia is a country in the Asian continent. Mongolia has a population of about 3 million people, and its area is about 1.5 million square kilometers. The land border of Mongolia is shared with Russia and China.

The capital of Mongolia is Ulaanbaatar. The country’s main industries are mining, agriculture and tourism.

Mongolia is a landlocked country, and its main exports are copper, coal and livestock. The country also has large reserves of many minerals such as gold, silver, uranium and tungsten.

The official language of Mongolia is Mongolian, and the country’s currency is the Tugrik. The climate in Mongolia varies depending on where you are.

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