Another exotic place in the nomadic nation’s capital city is Narantuul market. Narantuul is the largest outdoor market in the country and is somehow called the ‘black market’. As locals and rural nomadic herders trade for their daily needs at the Narantuul market, the market is often busy with full of motion.
The term “Black market” could be originated during Mongolia’s communist-era when private trading was prohibited. There is a saying that you can find everything except “green lamb fur and a dog hoof” meaning a variety of things from grocery to clothing, ger furniture, horse saddle, riding boots, and camping equipment can be found at the market. Some of the stuff you may find interesting includes deel , traditional boots, shamanic and Buddhist ritual items, and cashmere products.