Want to visit Ulan-Bator but not sure when's the best time to make the journey? Well it all depends what you want to do while you're there! Real Russia is here to help with our seasonal guide to Ulan-Bator so you can make the most of your time whenever you go.
Winter lasts from December to February and is generally cold and dry with occasional snow. If you’re travelling to China during this time, be aware temperatures are often well below zero. You’ll need to pack thick jackets, a lot of layers, sweaters, hats, gloves and heavy boots.
It is worth having a scarf to wrap around your face or a mask for windy days.
Just because it’s cold doesn’t mean that Beijing isn’t as busy as ever though!