This Aimag Museum is divided into two main sections: a natural history section and a more interesting ethnography and historical...
Communism has been preserved in this small park, which includes statues of Sükhbaatar, Yuri Gagarin (first man in space), Lenin, a pair...
Retired forest engineer and local conservationist Byamba Tseyen helped establish, and now maintains this small tree-planting nursery on...
Central Mongolian Concert Theatre
Performances are sporadic but worth checking out while you’re in town.
This clean and friendly guanz (canteen) knocks out all the usuals: buuz (dumplings), khuushuur (fried mutton pancakes), tsuivan ...
Dashgimpeliin Khiid information
In 1936 there were 53 temples in Dundgov; a year later the Mongolian KGB reduced nearly all to ashes and rubble. In 1991 Dashgimpeliin Khiid was opened for the people of Mandalgov. Around 20 monks now serve the monastery and services are held most days at around 10am and 2pm. It’s 300m northeast of the Mandal Hotel.