Mongolia : Sustainable Tourism Development Project

Sovereign Project | 50013-002

The project will help transform two national parks in Khuvsgul and Khentii aimags (provinces) as models for economically inclusive tourism and conservation in the protected area network, by improving park infrastructure, sanitation, and capacity to manage tourism growth sustainably. The designs emphasize tourism benefits for communities, protection of natural capital, and climate-resilient facilities; and scale up from previous grant projects in each park.

Project Details

  • Project Officer
    Nyamjav, Erdenesaikhan
    Sectors Group
    Request for information
  • Country/Economy
    Mongolia
  • Modality
  • Sector
    • Agriculture, natural resources and rural development

Related Projects

Project Name
Sustainable Tourism Development Project
Project Number
50013-002
Country / Economy
  • Mongolia
Project Status
Active
Project Type / Modality of Assistance
  • Loan
Source of Funding / Amount
Loan 3787-MON: Sustainable Tourism Development Project
Source Amount
Ordinary capital resources US$ 19.00 million
Loan 3788-MON: Sustainable Tourism Development Project
Source Amount
Concessional ordinary capital resources lending US$ 19.00 million
Strategic Agendas
  • Environmentally sustainable growth
  • Inclusive economic growth
Drivers of Change
  • Gender Equity and Mainstreaming
  • Governance and capacity development
  • Private sector development
Sector / Subsector
  • Agriculture, natural resources and rural development / Rural sanitation - Rural solid waste management - Water-based natural resources management

  • Industry and trade / Trade and services

  • Transport / Road transport (non-urban)

Gender
Effective gender mainstreaming
Description
The project will help transform two national parks in Khuvsgul and Khentii aimags (provinces) as models for economically inclusive tourism and conservation in the protected area network, by improving park infrastructure, sanitation, and capacity to manage tourism growth sustainably. The designs emphasize tourism benefits for communities, protection of natural capital, and climate-resilient facilities; and scale up from previous grant projects in each park.
Project Rationale and Linkage to Country/Regional Strategy

Tourism is the largest and fastest growing sector of the global economy. Ecotourism, a major subsector, comprises up to 20% of global tourism and is a major contributor to rural income and the financing of protected areas in many countries. Mongolia has a small but rapidly growing tourism sector. In 2017, tourism comprised 11.4% of Mongolia's gross domestic product (GDP), generating $1.2 billion, 10.4% of total employment, and 121,500 jobs. By 2028, tourism is forecast to comprise 11.0% ($2.1 billion) of GDP and provide 149,000 jobs. International visitor arrivals totaled 471,239 in 2017 and are forecast to increase to 1 million by 2028. Developing the tourism sector is a high national priority to diversify the economy and create jobs, especially under Mongolia's current economic difficulties. The government's plans to expand tourism focus on ecotourism in protected areas, which encompass 21% of Mongolia's area and are targeted to reach 30% by 2030.

Mongolia ranks low in the Travel and Tourism Competitiveness Index. Challenges include low service standards, inadequate infrastructure, and a short tourism season due to harsh winters. Most protected areas are underfunded and located in remote regions of high poverty. Tourism, if unmanaged, may also result in ecological and cultural impacts and provide few local benefits. To address these issues, the government has initiated the National Program on Tourism Development, 20162030, which aims to establish Mongolia as a global destination for nomadic culture. The program outlines a phased approach for tourism development that focuses initially on protected areas in northern, central, and eastern Mongolia. It prioritizes investments in visitor facilities, transport and sanitation infrastructure, and community-based products and services. Five sites are listed to pilot and catalyze ecotourism development, two of which are designated the highest priority: Khuvsgul Lake National Park (KLNP) in Khuvsgul Aimag and Onon-Balj National Park (OBNP) in Khentii Aimag.

The KLNP (1.18 million hectares) and OBNP (0.42 million hectares) are the largest national parks in northern and eastern Mongolia. Khuvsgul Lake in the KLNP is Mongolia's largest freshwater resource. The OBNP is the documented birthplace of Chinggis Khaan, a historical leader revered in Mongolia. Both parks support global biodiversity values, small populations with high poverty rates, and transboundary river basins with the Russian Federation. Despite these similarities, the parks are at very different stages of tourism development. In 2017, the KLNP received about 89,000 visitors and the OBNP received about 20,400 visitors. Improved road and air access to the KLNP was established in 2010. Since then, visitor numbers have increased rapidly, and the park has become a major national tourism destination. Growth has been unplanned and has resulted in severe seasonal congestion, damage to natural resources, and few community benefits. In contrast, the OBNP has limited road and no air access, but a road to the park will be constructed in 2021 as part of government efforts in regional tourism. Without planning, this may result in rapid increases in visitor numbers and similar impacts as at the KLNP. The KLNP and OBNP reflect many of the challenges faced in developing sustainable tourism in Mongolia's protected areas, which require a focus on four key areas, as follows.

Limited inclusive planning and benefits. Few KLNP and OBNP residents derive income from tourism, and most tour camp employees are external workers. This is due to several linked factors. At the institutional level, livelihood and tourism targets are not included in the soum (county) development plans for either park. Residents face unique planning restrictions due to park regulations, yet soum and park management plans are not integrated. Khankh soum in the KLNP lacks any development plan but is the only soum in Mongolia located entirely within a protected area. At both parks, the issuance of licenses for tour camps is not based on systematic procedures or social and environmental standards. This has favored external operators, which have greater access to finance and external markets. Most residents have low capacity and capital to produce quality goods (e.g., handicrafts) or services (e.g., food supplies, guiding). Institutional support to promote local products and train residents is also limited.

Insufficient enabling infrastructure. Public infrastructure in the KLNP and OBNP is limited or outdated. This impacts park management and the visitor experience. At the KLNP, the closest area to the provincial capital (Murun) for public access is a road along the shore of Khuvsgul Lake. This supports the park's highest numbers of tour camps, visitors, and vehicle activity. The road is unsealed and lacks barriers, signs, or car parks. Access is uncontrolled. Sections of lake shoreline are damaged from vehicle activity, and dust generated by vehicles is a significant source of lake pollution. The OBNP has few visitor facilities, roads, or car parks, yet projected tourism growth (footnote 11) requires planning. Neither park has a visitor center, which hinders fee collection, reduces the visitor's sense of 'destination, and limits the opportunity to inform visitors about park regulations and community goods and services. Public trails are in poor condition, reducing visitor satisfaction and creating safety risks.

Inadequate waste management. The KLNP and OBNP have no organized systems for waste collection or treatment. Public toilets are mostly unlined pits, and sewage seeps into the soil and waterbodies. Landfill sites are present at each park, but are shallow, unlined excavations with limited management. Projections based on population and tourism growth indicate that solid waste generation will increase by over 290% by about 2038 (footnote 11). At the KLNP, the pristine quality of Khuvsgul Lake is threatened by sewage disposal, dust (para. 7), and litter. For both parks, poor sanitation is a key factor contributing to reduced visitor satisfaction. To address these issues, traditional infrastructure solutions need to be combined with small, decentralized methods tailored to local conditions and seasonal changes in visitor numbers.

Inadequate park management. The KLNP and OBNP administrations are underfunded and have limited equipment and resources. Entry fees, tourism concessions, and central government funding are key revenue sources for both parks, yet ticket collection booths are poorly located and campsites are not well managed, resulting in a loss of revenue. Park staff do not have the training to plan for and manage tourism growth. Both parks have management plans, yet these focus on biodiversity conservation and do not provide guidelines or targets for livelihoods, tourism, sanitation, and the management of park revenue streams. The impact of climate change is a cross-cutting issue that affects many management issues at the KLNP and OBNP. Increasing temperatures, extreme rainfall events, and overgrazing contribute to soil exposure, permafrost damage, algal blooms, and tree dieback, in a continuous cycle that also increases fire risk.

Government and donor efforts are addressing some of these issues. Grant projects funded by the Japan Fund for Poverty Reduction (JFPR) have been implemented at the OBNP (20082013) and KLNP (20162019), benefiting more than 4,000 residents through small business initiatives and strengthened park management. Key initiatives included the establishment of community revolving funds (for income diversification), a tourism council (to facilitate tourism planning), community waste management teams (CWMT) (litter control), and sustainable financing arrangements to maintain the revolving funds and pay team salaries through campsite and public toilet entry fees. Civil society organizations and other donors have provided support for park equipment, ranger training, litter collection, and livelihoods. These measures have been small in scale yet provide a strong platform to scale up and achieve a holistic approach for conservation and development at the KLNP and OBNP. Continued focus on these two parks is a priority to (i) leverage previous efforts; (ii) establish a new focus on tourism management, tailored to each park; (iii) for the OBNP, manage the opportunities and risks posed by pending road construction; and (iv) complement donor efforts in other protected areas.

Strategic fit. The project is aligned with Mongolia's National Program on Tourism Development, 20162030 (footnote 6) which prioritizes the KLNP and OBNP for ecotourism development. It also supports the country partnership strategy for Mongolia, 20172020 of the Asian Development Bank (ADB), for income diversification and sustainable tourism in wilderness areas, and is listed in the country operations business plan for 20192021; and ADB's Strategy 2030 operational priorities A (reducing poverty), C (climate resilience, environmental sustainability), and G (regional cooperation and integration). The project leverages two JFPR grants (footnote 13) and is a timely response by ADB to support Mongolia's growing tourism sector.

Lessons. The project designs reflect the experience gained from the JFPR grants at the KLNP and OBNP; and incorporate best-practice lessons for ecotourism, sanitation, and infrastructure by ADB, civil society organizations, and other donors: (i) a multisector design that addresses the linked issues of livelihoods, tourism, waste, and conservation, tailored to the different tourism scenarios at each park; (ii) transport and waste management designs, which combine structural and nonstructural measures; (iii) infrastructure designed for climate resilience, durability, and cost-effectiveness; (iv) the management of park revenue streams; and (v) capacity building, which builds on the grant trainings, focusing on the lead role of women for local tourism initiatives.

Impact

Sustainable economic growth and environmental improvement in Khuvsgul and Khentii aimags achieved (National Program on Tourism Development, 20162030)

Project Outcome

Description of Outcome

Sustainable and inclusive tourism in the KLNP and OBNP developed

Progress Toward Outcome
Loan inception mission conducted on 4-7 September 2019. Special consultation mission for opening ceremonies conducted 3-11 October 2019. December 2019 - January 2020. Annual review mission was conducted on 20-24 September 2021. Special project administration mission was fielded to accelerate the project implementation on 14-16 June 2022. Project review mission was held in February 2023. Procurement plan were updated and version 7 was approved on 27 March 2023. Project fielded review mission on 1925 August and 17-22 September 2023.

Implementation Progress

Description of Project Outputs

Inclusive planning and capacity for community-based tourism enhanced

Enabling infrastructure for tourism constructed

Waste management improved

Park management strengthened

Status of Implementation Progress (Outputs, Activities, and Issues)
The eco-certification pilot program was developed by consultant team and finalized with inputs from community representatives, and the eco-certification package is in accordance with the schedule at 80% implementation piloting 4 tour camps from KLNP and 1 tour camp from OBNP. Tourism vocation skills trainings were organized in Dadal and Khatgal reaching to over 800 local people (70% women) during May September 2023. A tourism council was revived with new community members at KLNP in July 2023, and consultations are on-going to establish a tourism council at OBNP. Construction of 37.9km road and car parks, the price increases of road construction materials and fuels caused the financial issues for the contractor and delayed the implementation with an overall physical progress of 51% having earth works completed but pending delay of surfacing the asphalt cover.The detailed engineering design of CKTC visitor center is to be finalized within October and approved by the CDC within Q4 2023. The construction of landfill facilities completed the civil works for Khatgal and Dadal landfills and is scheduled for final assessment of technical expertise commission and rehabilitation by October 2023. Weighbridges are 100% completed with procurement, installation, calibration of software in Dadal, Khatgal and Khankh. The construction of wastewater treatment facilities completed the civil works and construction for Khatgal WWT and is scheduled for technical expertise assessment by October 2023. The construction of Landfill in Khankh is at 60%, and the construction of WWTP in Khankh is at 28% implementation. Waste management plans for Dadal, Khatgal and Khankh soums were developed in July 2023 and carried out consultations with local stakeholders and are planned to be finalized within Q4 2023.
Geographical Location
Nation-wide, Hentiy Aymag, Khovsgol

Safeguard Categories

Environment
B
Involuntary Resettlement
C
Indigenous Peoples
C

Summary of Environmental and Social Aspects

Environmental Aspects
An initial environmental examination, including an environmental management plan, has been prepared and will be implemented during project administration.
Involuntary Resettlement
The project will not trigger ADB's Safeguard Policy for involuntary resettlement.
Indigenous Peoples
The project will not trigger ADB's Safeguard Policy for indigenous peoples.

Stakeholder Communication, Participation, and Consultation

During Project Design
Consultations were held with communities, civil society organizations, national and local government agencies, tour operators, and other stakeholders, during project design. A stakeholder communication plan, and consultation and participation plan, have been prepared.
During Project Implementation
Stakeholder consultation and participation will be implemented throughout project implementation.

Business Opportunities

Consulting Services
All consulting services will follow ADB's Procurement Policy (2017, as amended from time to time) and Procurement Regulations for ADB Borrowers (2017, as amended from time to time).
Procurement
All procurement of goods and works will follow ADB's Procurement Policy (2017, as amended from time to time) and Procurement Regulations for ADB Borrowers (2017, as amended from time to time).

Contact

Responsible ADB Officer
Nyamjav, Erdenesaikhan
Responsible ADB Department
Sectors Group
Responsible ADB Division
Agriculture, Food, Nature, and Rural Development Sector Office (SG-AFNR)
Executing Agencies
Ministry of Environment and Tourism

Timetable

Concept Clearance
18 Nov 2016
Fact Finding
10 Nov 2018 to 17 Nov 2018
MRM
11 Feb 2019
Approval
24 May 2019
Last Review Mission
-
Last PDS Update
28 Sep 2023

Funding

Loan 3787-MON

Milestones
Approval Signing Date Effectivity Date Closing
Original Revised Actual
24 May 2019 13 Jun 2019 06 Aug 2019 30 Jun 2025 30 Jun 2026 -
Financing Plan
  Total (Amount in US$ million)
Project Cost 19.40
ADB 19.00
Counterpart 0.40
Cofinancing 0.00
Loan Utilization
  Date ADB Others Net Percentage
Cumulative Contract Awards 06 Jun 2024 5.85 0.00 31%
Cumulative Disbursements 06 Jun 2024 0.15 0.00 1%

Loan 3788-MON

Milestones
Approval Signing Date Effectivity Date Closing
Original Revised Actual
24 May 2019 13 Jun 2019 06 Aug 2019 30 Jun 2025 30 Jun 2026 -
Financing Plan
  Total (Amount in US$ million)
Project Cost 19.00
ADB 19.00
Counterpart 0.00
Cofinancing 0.00
Loan Utilization
  Date ADB Others Net Percentage
Cumulative Contract Awards 06 Jun 2024 18.02 0.00 95%
Cumulative Disbursements 06 Jun 2024 12.10 0.00 64%

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Title Document Type Document Date
Sustainable Tourism Development Project: Procurement Plan Procurement Plans May 2024
Sustainable Tourism Development Project: Executing Agency Progress Report (January-March 2024) Executing Agency Progress Reports Mar 2024
Sustainable Tourism Development Project: Executing Agency Progress Report (October-December 2023) Executing Agency Progress Reports Dec 2023
Sustainable Tourism Development Project: Executing Agency Progress Report (July-September 2023) Executing Agency Progress Reports Nov 2023
Sustainable Tourism Development Project: Executing Agency Progress Report (April-June 2023) Executing Agency Progress Reports Jul 2023
Sustainable Tourism Development Project: Audited Project Financial Statements (January-December 2022) Audited Project Financial Statements Jun 2023
Sustainable Tourism Development Project: Executing Agency Progress Report (July-December 2021) Executing Agency Progress Reports Mar 2023
Sustainable Tourism Development Project: Executing Agency Progress Report (April-June 2022) Executing Agency Progress Reports Jul 2022
Sustainable Tourism Development Project: Audited Project Financial Statements (January-December 2021) Audited Project Financial Statements Jun 2022
Sustainable Tourism Development Project: Executing Agency Progress Report (January-March 2022) Executing Agency Progress Reports Apr 2022
Sustainable Tourism Development Project: Executing Agency Progress Report (October-December 2021) Executing Agency Progress Reports Dec 2021
Sustainable Tourism Development Project: Executing Agency Progress Report (July-September 2021) Executing Agency Progress Reports Oct 2021
Sustainable Tourism Development Project: Executing Agency Progress Report (April-June 2021) Executing Agency Progress Reports Jul 2021
Sustainable Tourism Development Project: Audited Project Financial Statements (January-December 2020) Audited Project Financial Statements Jun 2021
Sustainable Tourism Development Project: Executing Agency Progress Report (January-March 2021) Executing Agency Progress Reports Apr 2021
Sustainable Tourism Development Project: Executing Agency Progress Report (October-December 2020) Executing Agency Progress Reports Feb 2021
Sustainable Tourism Development Project: Executing Agency Progress Report (July-September 2020) Executing Agency Progress Reports Nov 2020
Sustainable Tourism Development Project: Updated Project Administration Manual Project/Program Administration Manual Sep 2020
Sustainable Tourism Development Project: Executing Agency Progress Report (April-June 2020) Executing Agency Progress Reports Jul 2020
Sustainable Tourism Development Project: Executing Agency Progress Report (January-March 2020) Executing Agency Progress Reports Apr 2020
Sustainable Tourism Development Project: Executing Agency Progress Report (6 August-31 December 2019) Executing Agency Progress Reports Jan 2020
Sustainable Tourism Development Project: Updated Project Administration Manual Project/Program Administration Manual Sep 2019
Loan Agreement (Ordinary Operations [Concessional]) for Loan 3788-MON: Sustainable Tourism Development Project Loan Agreement (Ordinary Resources) Jun 2019
Loan Agreement (Ordinary Operations) for Loan 3787-MON: Sustainable Tourism Development Project Loan Agreement (Ordinary Resources) Jun 2019
Sustainable Tourism Development Project: Report and Recommendation of the President Reports and Recommendations of the President Apr 2019
Sustainable Tourism Development Project: Social and Gender Action Plan Gender Action Plans Apr 2019
Sustainable Tourism Development Project: Project Administration Manual Project/Program Administration Manual Apr 2019
Аялал жуулчлалыг тогтвортой хөгжүүлэх төсөл: Төслийн МэдээллийнТайлан Translated PDS Mar 2017
Sustainable Tourism Development Project: Project Preparatory Technical Assistance Report Project Preparatory Technical Assistance Reports Nov 2016
Sustainable Tourism Development Project: Initial Poverty and Social Analysis Initial Poverty and Social Analysis Nov 2016

Safeguard Documents See also: Safeguards
Safeguard documents provided at the time of project/facility approval may also be found in the list of linked documents provided with the Report and Recommendation of the President.

Title Document Type Document Date
Sustainable Tourism Development Project: Environmental Monitoring Report (July-December 2023) Environmental Monitoring Reports Jan 2024
Sustainable Tourism Development Project: Resettlement Monitoring Report (July-December 2023) Social Monitoring Reports Dec 2023
Sustainable Tourism Development Project: Resettlement Monitoring Report (January-June 2023) Social Monitoring Reports Aug 2023
Sustainable Tourism Development Project: Environmental Monitoring Report (January-June 2023) Environmental Monitoring Reports Jul 2023
Sustainable Tourism Development Project: Environmental Monitoring Report (July-December 2022) Environmental Monitoring Reports Jan 2023
Sustainable Tourism Development Project: Resettlement Monitoring Report (July-December 2022) Social Monitoring Reports Dec 2022
Sustainable Tourism Development Project: Environmental Monitoring Report (January-June 2022) Environmental Monitoring Reports Sep 2022
Sustainable Tourism Development Project: Resettlement Monitoring Report (February-June 2022) Social Monitoring Reports Jun 2022
Sustainable Tourism Development Project: Environmental Monitoring Report (July-December 2021) Environmental Monitoring Reports Mar 2022
Sustainable Tourism Development Project: Resettlement Monitoring Report (September 2021-January 2022) Social Monitoring Reports Jan 2022
Sustainable Tourism Development Project: Environmental Monitoring Report (January-June 2021) Environmental Monitoring Reports Sep 2021
Sustainable Tourism Development Project: Land Acquisition and Resettlement Plan Resettlement Plans Sep 2021
Sustainable Tourism Development Project: Car Parks (A4-1and A4-2) and Road Resettlement Due Diligence Report Safeguards Due Diligence Reports Jul 2021
Sustainable Tourism Development Project: Environmental Monitoring Report (July-December 2020) Environmental Monitoring Reports Mar 2021
Sustainable Tourism Development Project: Environmental Monitoring Report (January 2019-June 2020) Environmental Monitoring Reports Nov 2020
Sustainable Tourism Development Project: Initial Environmental Examination Initial Environmental Examination Feb 2019
Sustainable Tourism Development Project: Initial Environmental Examination Initial Environmental Examination Jan 2019

Evaluation Documents See also: Independent Evaluation

None currently available.



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Tenders

Tender Title Type Status Posting Date Deadline
Consulting services for Khuvsgul Sub Project Firm - Consulting Closed
WASTE AND SANITATION ENGINEER/CIVIL ENGINEER Individual - Consulting Closed
Construction Supervision of CKTC Visitor Center Firm - Consulting Closed
Building construction engineer Individual - Consulting Closed
Landfill rehabilitation consultant Individual - Consulting Closed
Road construction engineer Individual - Consulting Closed
Sustainable Tourism Development Project Individual - Consulting Closed
3787/3788 MON: Sustainable Tourism Development Project (W3) Invitation for Bids Closed
Environment Safeguard Specialist Individual - Consulting Closed
Ecotourism specialist Individual - Consulting Closed
Waste and sanitation engineer/Civil engineer Individual - Consulting Closed
Loan 3787/3788-MON: Sustainable Tourism Development Project (W2) Invitation for Bids Closed
Khuvsgul Liaison Officer Individual - Consulting Closed
SANITATION AND SOLID WASTE ENGINEERING AND SUPERVISION FIRM Firm - Consulting Closed
Construction design and supervision (Chinggis Khaan Tourism Complex) Firm - Consulting Closed
Building Construction Engineer Individual - Consulting Closed
Waste and sanitation engineer/specialist Individual - Consulting Closed
Protected area specialist Individual - Consulting Closed
Urban Planning for Khankh soum, Khuvsgul Aimag Firm - Consulting Closed
Ecotourism Planning Firm Firm - Consulting Closed
Construction detailed design and supervision (KLNP Headquarters and Visitor Center and Murun Square) Firm - Consulting Closed
Road Design and Supervision Firm Firm - Consulting Closed
Dadal Liaison Officer Individual - Consulting Closed
Khankh liaison officer Individual - Consulting Closed
Building construction engineer Individual - Consulting Closed
Ecotourism specialist Individual - Consulting Closed
Waste and sanitation specialist Individual - Consulting Closed
Road construction engineer Individual - Consulting Closed
Administration officer Individual - Consulting Closed
Social, gender, and civil society specialist Individual - Consulting Closed
Project Implementation and M&E Specialist (Deputy TL) Individual - Consulting Closed
Environmental safeguards specialist Individual - Consulting Closed
Project coordinator Individual - Consulting Closed
Financial specialist Individual - Consulting Closed
Procurement specialist Individual - Consulting Closed

Contracts Awarded

Contract Title Approval Number Contract Date Contractor | Address Executing Agency Total Contract Amount (US$) Contract Amount Financed by ADB (US$)
Construction Supervision of Khentii Subproject Loan 3788 08 Dec 2023 Erchim Tusul LLC | Apartment 54, 8 Khoroo, Sukhbaatar District, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia Ministry of Environment and Tourism 348,488.24 348,488.24
W3: Construction of Landfill Facilities in Khatgal, Khankh and Dadal Loan 3788 13 May 2022 JV of Bilguun-Od Construction LLC and Khemjilzui LLC | Old City Center, F5, Microregion 15, Khoroo 4, Bayanzurkh District, Ulaanbaatar Ministry of Environment and Tourism 1,686,021.18 1,675,860.03
Design and Build of Chinggis Khaan Tourism Complex Visitor Center and Wastewater Treatment Plant Loan 3787 07 Jan 2023 Mandalt Construction LLC | Chinggis Avenue6, Stadium Orgil 1, Khan- Uul Disctrict, Ulaanbaatar 17010, Mongolia Ministry of Environment and Tourism 7,499,994.00 5,399,994.00
Design and Build of Chinggis Khaan Tourism Complex Visitor Center and Wastewater Treatment Plant Loan 3788 07 Jan 2023 Mandalt Construction LLC | Chinggis avenue6, Stadium Orgil -1, Khan-uul Disctrict, Ulaanbaatar 17010, Mongolia Ministry of Environment and Tourism 7,499,994.00 1,700,000.00
Package W2: Road Link Between Town Center and Local Tourism Road; Road Sealing from Khatgal to Jankhai; Car Parks at Khatgal Loan 3788 29 Dec 2021 Beijing Uni-Construction Group Co.Ltd | No 320, HuiZhong, Chaoyang Distrcit, Beijing China Ministry of Environment and Tourism 10,531,518.47 10,531,518.47
SIMPLE ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNING AND SUPERVISION (FOR KLNP HQ AND MURUN SQUARE) Loan 3788 11 Mar 2021 NAP GROUP LLC | SUKHBAATAR DISTRICT, 6TH MICRO DISTRICT, SUKHBAATAR STREET, METRO BUSINESS CENTER MONGOLIA Ministry of Environment and Tourism 143,351.47 143,326.31
URBAN PLANNING FOR KHANKH SOUM Loan 3788 21 Dec 2020 NEW URBANISM LLC | CITY TOWER 25-01, 8TH KHOROO BAGA TOIRUU SUKHBAATAR SQ-8, SUKHBAATAR DISTRICT UB MONGOLIA Ministry of Environment and Tourism 282,256.94 281,671.96
ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN AND SUPERVISION OF CHINGGIS KHAAN TOURISM COMPLEX Loan 3788 22 Dec 2020 MON ENERGY CONSULT LLC | UNION BLDG 1ST KHOROO, SUKHBAATAR DIST. MONGOL SHUUDAN, BRANCH 48, ULAANBAATAR MONGOLIA Ministry of Environment and Tourism 606,830.12 606,830.12
ROAD DESIGNING AND SUPERVISION Loan 3788 08 Dec 2020 JV SRP ENG CONS MON LLC, AVARGA LLC, & SRP | BAYANGOL DISTRICT, 2ND KHOROO, GRAND PLAZA, 12TH FLR 1202, ULAANBAATAR MONGOLIA Ministry of Environment and Tourism 621,518.58 620,068.65
CS16 - ECOTOURISM PLANNING FIRM Loan 3788 25 Nov 2020 MUNKH KHARILTSAA NGO | 11TH KHOROO, BAYANGOL DISTRICT ULAANBAATAR MONGOLIA Ministry of Environment and Tourism 250,199.65 249,589.34

Procurement Plan

Title Document Type Document Date
Sustainable Tourism Development Project: Procurement Plan Procurement Plans May 2024