Ulaanbaatar has the coldest average temperature amongst all the national capital in the world. Administratively, Mongolia is segregated into 21 aymguud (provinces) and 1 municipality with provincial status. The aymguuds are further segregated into 315 somon or districts.
Tourists to Mongolia are attracted towards its natural beauty as well as natural and cultural heritage. For Buddhist tourists like you, there are plenty in store too. A number of Buddhist destinations, temples and monasteries dot the land of Mongolia and make for an interesting visit. By visiting these places, you will learn a great deal about Buddhism in the country. Moreover, interacting with the local people, who are the followers of Tibetan Buddhism, is in itself highly rewarding. Actually, approximately 50% of the Mongolian population is Buddhist Lamaist, which means that you will not have to go around a great deal in order to meet and converse with a Buddhist.
This section on Mongolia introduces you to all aspect of Mongolian Buddhism and takes you on a virtual tour to various Buddhist destinations in the country. You will find details about the location and history of the place as well as its accessibility. There are other details that will help you plan out your trip in a much better manner.
So, go through this section and find details that you have been looking for quiet some time now.