Tsagaan Agui (White cave)

It is located in the southern part of Baga Bogd Mountain, Bayankhongor province, 40 km northeast of Bayanlig soum. The cave is 3.5 meters wide and 3.2 meters high, facing west in a deep gorge that crosses the limestone mountain at the foot of the solid limestone mountain. The total length of the cave is 44.1 meters, the average height is 4.5 meters and the average width is 4.4 meters. It has four large halls connected by narrow corridors. The size of the first tunnel is 8.0×9.6 meters, and the size of the next halls is reduced by 2.0-3.0 meters.

Bichigt Khad (petroglyphs)

In the mouth of the Ikh Bichigt in the Bayangiin Nuruu Mountain, there is a natural gallery with enormous rock paintings, which are a valuable cultural heritage written by ancient people some 3000 years ago on the rocks. One of the most interesting pictures here is a man plowing a field with a cow and a plow. This painting belongs dating back to 3000 BC. This is the evidence that inhabitants of this the area used livestock power in about 5,000 years ago, to engage in agriculture. Therefore, one researcher said that this picture shows that Mongolia is one of the first people in the world to build a cart.

Ikh Bogd Mountain

One of the highest peaks of the Gobi-Altai mountain range, the snow-capped Ikh Bogd Mountain is 3,957 meters above sea level. Even though it locates in the Great Gobi of Mongolia, aquamarine moss plants reminiscent of the Khangai nature, colorful flower parks, fast-flowing high mountain streams, unique seismic landscapes, lakes, rare and endangered species such as wild goat, ibex and snow leopard, and some medicinal plants such as Rhodiola Rosea and vansemberuu.

Tsagaan Bulag (White spring)

Tsagaan Bulag rock has many unique historical and monumental images. For example, there is a complex of pictures with children’s themes. There are a lot of pictures here, such as hollowed-out footprints of a 3-4-year-old child and a picture of a child lying on a rock.