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Tsenkher Hot Spring

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Mongolia meanderings

I didn’t hop in the hot springs but our friends Jilly and Ider did. There were many children there... read more

Reviewed 7 August 2018
Fizzy6
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Bibra Lake
via mobile
A place to chill

Ger comes with electricity port for tourist to charge their electrical devices. A place that... read more

Reviewed 8 August 2017
SIANG128
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KL
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Reviewed 16 August 2018 via mobile

This is just about the only hot spring area in Mongolia. We stayed at Dutt resort. A pleasant place though very disorganised with limited WiFi Internet access. Still the hot spring facilities more than made up for their deficiencies. Highly recommended.

Thank Rupert S
Reviewed 7 August 2018 via mobile

I didn’t hop in the hot springs but our friends Jilly and Ider did. There were many children there and Jilly concocted a nasty infection soo later. If you want to go to this place enjoy the fabulous food upstairs but leave the solos for...More

Thank Fizzy6
Reviewed 15 October 2017

Hot water? Hot water? Is what the local guy asked… We were already feeling like a red lobster in winter. It's great to see what is called luxury here. I personally loved the car-seats in concrete.

1  Thank Akxsel
Reviewed 31 August 2017

Two days drive from Ulaanbaataar (UB) is Tsenkher hot springs. Very natural environmentl and in an area of outstanding natural beauty, although the springs are underdeveloped, it really is worth the trek to get to here. Never in my wildest dreams did I ever think...More

1  Thank Gerard H
Reviewed 8 August 2017

Ger comes with electricity port for tourist to charge their electrical devices. A place that without line/data service. Basic amenities (ie shower gel and hair shampoo) are provided, together with towel and face towel. Massage room are available, booking is necessary due to high demand....More

Thank SIANG128
Reviewed 26 July 2017 via mobile

I spent one night at the hot springs during a two week mountain bike trip. It was kind of disappointing. The location is absolutely beautiful, with animals and gurs dotting the surrounding hills. The facilities were pretty ordinary though. Only four showers for the multitude...More

Thank karen D
Reviewed 18 July 2017

a rating of good for shiveet mankhan hot spring resort. Shiveet Mankhan is an average size tourist camp that has access to the hot springs water for its 2 pools. The 6 shower stalls on the women side are huge, very clean, and probably spring...More

Thank koabug
Reviewed 26 June 2017

I was unimpressive by the hot spring. It's a resort location with 4-5 ger camps right next to each other. Some ger camps have indoor hot spring, some are just outside. We stayed at Shiveet Ger Camp. Flies are everywhere because it's in the valley,...More

Thank Geminican
Reviewed 7 June 2017

Spent 2 nights at the ger camp here, climbed the tree clad forest hills, visited the hot spring, soaked in the spring-fed pool, had a wonderful massage and enjoyed great meals. This place was one of the highlights of the entire trip.

Thank 41Brian72
Reviewed 26 April 2017

I would recommend you to have jeep tour to South Mongolia. There you will see the endless steppe of Mongolia. It's very common to see nothing in 50-80 km in Gobi. This is a country who loves wild and free adventures.

Thank johannepolly
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I know I'm much too late but I want to give you this Kazbah67. Orkhon Valley is located North of the province of Ovorkhangai, in the central part of Mongolia, about 360 kilometres (224 miles) Southeast of Ulan Bator. Located... More
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