Mongolia has lots of advantages in developing the tourism industry. First of all, the country’s political situation is relatively stable, with few social conflicts. Most of the people are friendly Buddhist believers who have nothing to do with terrorist organizations. The country has not seen any kind of major violence or terrorist attacks to date. Secondly, Mongolia is blessed with three major tourist attractions of Mongol people, natural landscape, and a primitive culture, catering to many modern people’s desire of returning to nature and innocence. As an underdeveloped country, Mongolia has relatively low commodity prices, which suits most tourists from developing countries who cannot afford to spend too much. The highway connecting Cojr and the border city Zamyn Uud is expected to be completed in 2008 ahead of schedule. It is expected that more foreign tourists will pour into Mongolia after the Beijing Olympic Games opened in 2008. The soon-to-be-completed highway connecting Ulaanbaatar to Zamyn Uud would be a convenient option for Taiwanese travelers visiting Mongolia, who may also save a lot of money by choosing to take a coach from Beijing to Mongolia.