$499 /per person
Breakfast, One day city tour, ABU ROBOCON ticket, Contest day lunch, Trasportation to the contest venue, Trasportation from airport
  • 4 Star hotels: Bayangol hotel or Chinggis hotel or Flower hotel
  • Room type: Twin
  • Tour: Terelj national park or Khustai national park
  • Duration: 6 days 5 night
  • Additional days Hotel : $65 per day
$599 /per person
Breakfast, One day city tour, ABU ROBOCON ticket, Contest day lunch, Trasportation to the contest venue, Trasportation from airport
  • 4 Star hotels: Bayangol hotel or Chinggis hotel or Flower hotel
  • Room type: Single
  • Tour: Terelj national park or Khustai national park
  • Duration: 6 days 5 night
  • Additional days Hotel : $90 per day



Located on Tokyo Street and Beijing Street, within a 15-minute walk from the major government, business and cultural centres, the 4-star Chinggis Khaan Hotel enjoys a quiet location in a primary residential area. It houses an indoor swimming pool, massage and sauna services, a trendy nightclub, karaoke rooms and a variety of dining options. Free Wi-Fi is provided.

Chinggis Khaan Hotel is a 5-minute drive from the city centre. It takes 15 minutes by car to Ulaanbaatar Railway Station. Ulaanbaatar International Airport is about 30 minutes’ drive away.

All spacious rooms and suites come with remote lighting controls, a minibar, a cable TV, an in-room safe, a tea/coffee maker, ironing facilities, soundproofed windows and an en suite bathroom with a bathtub. Some units feature beautiful city or river views.

Guests can work out at the fitness centre, make use of the 300-square-metre function and meeting facilities or arrange their trips from the tour desk. After a day of tours, reading in the quiet library seems relaxing as well.

Termuujin Restaurant on the 5th floor with lovely skyline views serves continental and authentic Mongolian cuisine. Chinese food can be enjoyed at Mr. Wang Restaurant. The “Ti Amo” Bistro which is located in the closet shopping mall serves light meals and snacks.

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Bayangol Hotel opens its doors since 1964 and it has always played a significant role in the Mongolian tourism and hospitality industry. The Government privatized the hotel in 1991, Since then, it was the first privately owned and managed hotel in Mongolia.

Bayangol hotel got its 4 star status and has been the preferred lodging for royalty, as well as tourists and business guests in well furbished 211 guest rooms with 360 beds. hotel has the capacity to cater for 50-400 guests in its restaurant, lounge and coffee shop.

Hotel has 5 food & beverage outlets:


Restaurant name Capacity
“Bayangol” restaurant – Asian and European cuisine 200-350 guests seats, 400 guestsstand-up reception
“One day of Mongolia” restaurant-Mongolian cuisine 80guests seats, 100 guests stand-up reception
“Wine House” restaurant & bar-serving with the high level wines 60 guests seats
“Bellagio” restaurant – Vietnam cuisine 60 guests seats
“Casablanca” restaueant & bar-Asian and Singaporean cuisine 100 guests seats


  • All hotel rooms and areas are equipped with high-speed Wi-Fi internet access
  • Location in A level zone of city center, Room view to Bogd Khaan Mount, The National Children’s Park and City Center
  • Hotel with the biggest car parking
  • Capacity of 211 guest rooms with 360 beds and capacity to cater up to 400 guests in its restaurant
  • 30 channel Cable TV with CNN, BBC, HBO, Cinemax, Euro-sport
  • Offer wide range of Mongolian, European, Singaporean, Vietnamese and other and international cuisine
  • International standard Buffet Breakfast
  • You will be served by our professional and experienced staff
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‘Flower Hotel’ was re-established as a modern and comfortable hotel in 1995 on the basis of the ‘Altai Hotel’ under the new management of Japanese-Mongolian team. We have been offering the best services at competitive rate since we established.

‘Flower Hotel’ has three-stars and capable of hosting 330 guests in 180 eco, economy, standard, deluxe and suite rooms. The hotel is centrally located on the top of a hill surrounded by poplar trees and away from the traffic noise of the city of Ulaanbaatar. It takes only twenty minutes ride to ‘Chinggis Khaan’ International Airport and only a five minute walk to Peace Avenue, which is crowded with best galleries, restaurants and night clubs. From our hilltop peaceful location, guests can enjoy a dramatic view of the stunning ‘Bogd Khan’ mountain and the city of Ulaanbaatar
Our experienced staffs are professionally trained and able to speak in English, Japanese, Chinese and Russian. So you can feel home like environment while you are being served by our friendly staffs at ‘Flower Hotel’. Therefore, our hotel selected one of the best customer oriented hotels in Ulaanbaatar by the ‘Hotel Association in Mongolia’
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[ Gorkhi-Terelj National Park is one of the national parks of Mongolia. The Terelj tourist zone has a number of “tourist camps”. It is connected with Ulaanbaatar by a paved road. The road comes to the Gorkhiin Davaa pass. Most of the tourist camps and tourist attractions are before this pass.


Khustain Nuruu National Park, also known as Hustai National Park, is a large conservation area in central Mongolia’s Töv Province. It’s known for its population of wild takhi (Przewalski’s horse) and its ger (yurt) camps. Trails lead across the steppe to the remote Moilt camp. In the park’s southwest, the Ungut monuments are a collection of ancient Turkic stone figures and Bronze Age rock carvings.

   About Robocon

ABU Robocon extended the concept from NHK Robocon which started in 1991 and restricted to teams from Japan only.

Each year the competition has different topics, but generally speaking two or more robots must be used to complete the tasks. One of the robots would be manual control while the others are automatic. The best robots usually weight more than 10 kg and span in one square meter area. To build the robots, contestants, who are restricted to be undergraduate students, must possess rich knowledge in programmingmechanical designand electronic circuit design.

Each game is between two teams, often named red and blue. The playing field is symmetrical and robots from both teams start at the same condition (except for Robocon 2015 which employed a turn-based game based on badminton).

A typical game (except for Robocon 2015) lasts for three minutes, but can end sooner if one team achieve a K.O victory which immediately finishes the game. In case that no teams achieve the K.O condition, the team get higher score after three minutes will be declared winner.

Earlier editions of Robocon tend to emphasize the competitiveness of the game, in which winners achieve their win by employing strategic approaches to deploy their robots as well as preventing their opponent from reaching the goal. For example, this strategy was notable in Vietnam’s win in Robocon 2004 [1] and 2006,[2] and China’s win in Robocon 2008.[3] To mitigate the problems, later editions reduce the combat nature and put more emphasis on technology, designing and making robot perform complicated maneuvers, which require teams to be more creative on designing robots.

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