Mongolia has recently emerged as one of the fastest-growing economies globally, attributed to its abundant mineral resources. Its professional business community, commitment to democracy, and bettering living standards are drawing global investors to this once-overlooked Asian nation.

Nestled between Russia and China, Mongolia presents a landscape of contrasts. Even though its capital is renowned as the chilliest globally, summers can see temperatures soaring above forty degrees Celsius. The country mostly experiences a dry climate, but occasional rains can be intense.

Mongolia, vast as Western Europe but with only about three million inhabitants, faces a housing crunch in its cities. Ulaanbaatar’s bustling city life starkly differs from the isolated lives of smaller communities.