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Naran Tuul Market, Ulaanbaatar
(3.9/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web)
Browse through stands with traditional pointed boots, caps, furs, and spices at Naran Tuul Market, Ulaanbaatar’s open-air market for clothes and accessories in the east part of town. You can get some traditional jackets, handcrafted footwear, Soviet coins, cashmere, and saddles, as well as browsing through the carpet section in the closed part of the market. Also known as the "Black Market," many nomads come here to trade material supplies. Immerse yourself in a real, down-to-earth Mongolian experience, but beware of pickpockets. You can bring home some distinctive memorabilia from this market located some 40 minutes by foot from the city center. Use our Ulaanbaatar travel itinerary maker to arrange your visit to Naran Tuul Market and other attractions in Ulaanbaatar.
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  • A massive market, where you can buy almost everything. You can spend hours just looking around. I have been there twice and it was not very crowded but I heard that in the summer is overcrowded and da...  more »
  • I heard from the embassy "Not to go to the BM" well I did, of course with locals, it was crowed and fun, lots of cheap cool stuff, got some boots for 50 bucks. I'd do it again. Bring a local and leave...  more »
  • Good place to score some souvenirs. Also known as Black Market. They sell almost everything. From yak-socks to Ger-tent and from fur hats to traditional boots and horse saddles. Though it is not in th...  more »
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  • The biggest open market in UB, this place sells everything. Yurts to Hello kitty clothes you can buy it here. Its a great place for a wander if your a tourist, just keep your wallet safe!
  • A lot of different stuff at good prices. Nice to stroll around, but I was told to watch your wallet.
  • Besides cheap bargain shopping, travelers, who are going to countryside, should not miss that there is rural bus stop in the outside parking lot, on the east. East bound and west bound rural buses, usually mini buses, pick locals over there. Directions are written on paper in Cyrillic Mongolian on the front windshield of the vehicle.
  • So many stalls with so many things to buy. You could just shop here all year around.
  • Cool local market where you can buy anything for the daily life. I went there to get a pair of boots for horse riding. I paid 50 000 Tugrik for a cheap pair of boots. Starting from 100 000 you get the nice ones. There are not many souveniers but traditional clothes and things like that can be found.