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The official tourist information center opens

By E.DARI

The information and promotion center of the Ulaanbaatar city Tourism department has opened its doors. The opening ceremony took place on July 5, and was attended by high ranking officials from the ministries and Ulaanbaatar Authority present.
The tourist information and promotion center, located north of Ulaanbaatar City Bank, aims to provide foreign visitors to Mongolia with all-type of tourism information, to introduce them with historically and cultural significant places of Ulaanbaatar and to introduce them to the city tour route and travel itinerary to beautiful natural landmarks. The center will promote tourism businesses, and will become the main bridge to connect travelers with tourism services. The tourist information and promotion center will also receive Mongolians who are travelling abroad and will give them advice and needed information.
The center also run hotlines devoted to tourists to receive calls regarding pick-pocketing, conflicts, crime and comments and criticism about public and private services.
The center will convey information to the relevant organizations to resolve conflicts brought to its attention.
The exterior of the tourist information and promotion center has an interesting design which will attract attention. It has a fully-equipped workshop room that can fit 40 people. Training sessions for the officials of tourism entities and organizations will be offered there.
The city tour bus, which will introduce Ulaanbaatar to tourists and foreign visitors, is available everyday from outside of the center.

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