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220V/50 Hz is the default, most types of plugs are usable, if in doubt you can bring along an adapter.
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RULES TO RESPECT IN THE YURT Do not lean against or pass between the central pillars. Always enter with your right foot. Do not step or stand on the thresh-hold. When inside do not to stand, sit on the bed to your left. Never refuse food or drinks, to show courtesy you should at least...
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TIPS Tipping is not obligatory in Mongolia, but it is recommended for guides and drivers.  €2-3 a day for the driver, and the same amount for the guide.
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MONGOLIAN FOOD The Mongolian diet is mainly meat, rice, flour and potatoes. The most popular dishes you can sink your teeth into are the “buuz” (dumpling with a minced mutton filling) and the “khuushuur” (a larger fried flat version of the buuz). The “tsuivan” is another favorite, composed of flat flour noodles, steamed carrots, potatoes...
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Ger camps Ger camps are a uniquely Mongolian type of travel accommodation. In recent years a lot of ger camps have popped up, differing in price and quality of service. Camps that offer visitors a more comfortable stay have the usual amenities such as warm showers, toilets, freshly made beds with clean sheets and blankets....
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What currency does Mongolia use The national currency is the tugrik. € 1 is roughly equivalent to 2500 tugriks. Currency exchange offices are within walking distance from the city center and easy to find. As there aren’t many banks or ATM’s out in the countryside, it is advisable to take sufficient cash (small denominations) with...
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