Ko Aung Kyaw Win and Sai Junfa, two Burmese motorcyclists who have been driving around the world for nearly thirty thousand miles, have reached Mongolia.

They drove more than 180 miles a day, and so far they have driven more than 9,000 miles.

Now the two of them have passed through the Gobi desert, the second largest desert in Asia, and are arriving in Ulaanbaatar, the capital of Mongolia. They arrived at this desert, located between China and Mongolia, through Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region in northern China.

The two Motourlogue travelers who started departing from Yangon on May 26th, within almost a month, went to Myanmar, Thailand Laos It has reached from China to Mongolia.

Soon after entering Russia through Kazakhstan, Norway, Denmark Germany Britain through the Netherlands They will drive through to London by motorbike. It is also said that the time when the two Motourlogue travelers will arrive in London is the end of good weather.