Chinggis Khaan Garden
The omnipresence of the great khaan is complete with Chinggis Khaan Garden. The site features a monument engraved with the image of an...
Shadavdarjaliin Khiid, in the western part of town near the Sports Palace, is a lively place with 15 monks. The original monastery in...
The small Aimag Museum, north of the park, contains a mastodon tusk, a Protoceratops skull, some Chinggis Khaan–era armour and the usual...
In the hotel of the same name, this place serves tasty Chinese dishes in a clean atmosphere.
Lonely Planet review
A well-preserved Turkic-era balbal (stone figure be a Turkic grave marker) is 7km west of Öndörkhaan, past the airport. The squat-figured statue, covered in blue silk hadak (ritual scarves), has a disproportionately large head with pronounced eyebrows and deep-set eyes. His long hair is curled behind his ears, an unusual feature for this type of statue. Locals refer to the statue as ‘Gelen’, a religious title.