The Naran Tuul market is the great traditional market of the capital known also under the name of “Black market”. Located on the east side of the city, this market impresses by its stretch and kaleidoscopic atmosphere.
Reputed for having plentiful products at low-cost, Naran Tuul attract as many city-dwellers as nomads, who come to get material supplies. The market is divided into different sections, for which one part is outdoor and is dedicated to bigger furniture such as couch, beds, and equipment for the gers.
There are stalls dedicated just to buttons, selling the exact little design that would suit the clothes being made at home.
There are plenty of stalls selling various types of rope, an essential item for daily life with animals.
Anything can be found but essentially traditional Mongolian items needed for the daily life: traditional clothing, cashmere, boots, and saddles… A true immersion in the Mongolian culture for the ones desiring to discover another side of Mongolia.
According to lonelyplanet.com and mongolia-trips.com