, Tapatrip partner up for Mongolia promotions Group and Tapatrip have inked a two-year Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to promote Mongolia as a tourism destination through joint marketing and media activities as well as collaboration on various capacity building and knowledge sharing initiatives.

Tapatrip founder and chairman Batmunkh Unubukh commented that the partnership comes at the perfect time for travellers to explore Mongolia. Group and Tapatrip have signed a two-year MOU to promote Mongolia as a tourism destination

“The Mongolian government has announced 2023 and 2024 as a year to visit Mongolia and therefore, we are cooperating with with the mission to bring one million tourists to Mongolia,” he said.’s managing director and vice president (international markets), Boon Sian Chai said: “Mongolia has set for itself a target of attracting one million tourists per year, and we will leverage our strengths and resources to promote Mongolia as a tourism destination to the international community through targeted campaigns.

“In addition, we will also collaborate with our partners in Mongolia to further develop the tourism sector, including the sharing of knowledge and best practices.”

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