Visit the most amazing Manzushir Monastery which lies on the southern part of the Bogd Khan Mountain at an altitude of 5,906 feet/1,800 meters above sea level surrounded by a beautifully and stunning forest of Siberian Larch with a backdrop of natural granite cliffs eroded huge round shaped boulders, of which, many have fallen from the cliffs to make a grassy plain-field spreading into the forest. You will also pay a short visit to the local nature museum to learn of the natural beauties and wildlife of this area before a short walk brings you to the monastery. Although Manzushir Monastery was destroyed in the 1930s, a reconstruction project is underway. The ruins of the original monastery dating from 1733 are clearly visible. The images of Buddha carved in the granite rock nearby the monastery are also an unique historical and cultural exposition that you will enjoy.