Like most monasteries in Mongolia, this one (built in 1992) replaced the original monastery, Bangiin Khuree, which was destroyed in 1937. About 1000 monks lived and worshipped at Bangiin Khuree before they were arrested and, presumably, executed. The remains of several stupas from the old monastery complex can be seen nearby.

The modern monastery contains statues of Tsongkhapa and Sakyamuni, and features a painting of the old monastery layout. A couple dozen monks now reside here. It’s about 2.5km southwest of Bulgan City, hidden behind some hills. The pavilion next to the temple was built in 1876.