Applying For A Mongolian Visa In Shanghai

Applying for a Mongolian Visa in Shanghai? Here you’ll find everything you need to know including a 3 minute video on how to find the embassy and what to bring!

UPDATE JULY, 2017: The Mongolian consulate has moved. The new address is 1428 Pudong S Rd, LuJiaZui, Pudong Xinqu, Shanghai Shi, China, 200000, you’ll see a Google Map, below.

UPDATE MAY, 2018: Readers have advised us that this office is no longer administering visas to tourists and that you’ll need to obtain a Mongolian visa in Beijing. However, it’s a good idea to call the consulate in Shanghai yourself and see if maybe they have just stopped issuing visas for particular nationalities, or if maybe our reader just received incorrect information. Phone: (+86) 21 6891 1207, Email:

The NEW Address Of The Mongolian Consulate In Shanghai

1428 Pudong S Rd, LuJiaZui, Pudong Xinqu, Shanghai Shi, China, 200000


1 passport photo (any size and background color)

Your passport

A photocopy of the photo page of your passport

Filled out forms (or fill them out at the embassy)

270RMB/495RMB for 5/2 Business day processing (UPDATE JULY, 2017: We’ve heard that the price has gone up to 700rmb for a 30 day Mongolian visa).

How Do You Get To The Mongolian Embassy In Shanghai?

Note, according to Wikipedia, for residents of the following countries, you do not need a visa to enter Mongolia:

As always, make sure to do your due diligence and contact the embassy to get the latest visa information.

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Applying For A Mongolian Visa In Shanghai

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9 thoughts on “Applying For A Mongolian Visa In Shanghai”

  1. I really enjoyed your video, so I was sad to think of all that effort going down the drain as from tomorrow because I have just rung the consulate and been informed that they are moving to the other side of the river tomorrow!

    I am sure your directions were very helpful to anyone looking for the visa office between May and now.

    For anyone using this sight to get information, the new address is1428 Pudong Nan Lu, Pudong

  2. Hi, I went in this place today to try to take mongolian visa, but they aren’t there anymore. I think they change the place or close their works in Shanghai.

  3. Hey guys! I’m at the 1428 Pudong Road right now .. you won’t believe it but the price has gone up to 700 rmb !!! For a tourist visa, 30 days – single entry !! Does anyone know a cheaper address for me? ?? Thanks guys

  4. To everybody, I went for visa application to the location in Shanghai Pudong (May 15th 2018) and was told they do not process visa anymore and I should go to beijing instead.
    I super appreciated your site with all the explaination, unfortunaetly the Mongolian consulate is very dynamic and things are changing rapidely.

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