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Tsenkher Hot Spring

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Tsenkher Hot Spring

34 Reviews
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Enduro Expedition wrote a review Nov 2019
Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia12 contributions
In a pleasant verdant wooded area, some yurts camps with equipment and baths with a less hot temperature have been set up for the travellers, but also for the nomads and the inhabitants of Ulan Bator who are very keen on these baths. Tsenkher hot springs have healing properties notably on articular diseases and nervous system’s diseases. Composition: sodium carbonate, hydrocarbonate, sulfate, fluorite, hydrogen sulfide.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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RoyStormer wrote a review Sep 2019
Guangzhou, China295 contributions60 helpful votes
We came here to relax during our Mongolian adventure and it was interesting. It took forever to get here because there is no real road or signs. It was dark and we just kept heading towards the lights in the distance and eventually we arrived. I do not remember any of the stone pools from the pictures and we were there for 2 days... It is more like 3 swimming pools that they fill with "hot springs" water. It is not continuous and can take up to 30 minutes for them to finish filling up a pool. There were a lot of kids around so we were happy to go in after 9pm and get fresh water. The showers are communal (we didn't know this at first) so a pro tip would be to go in and you can lock the door behind you. The food is fine, but since it is Mongolia it won't have any flavor. They do have some salt/pepper/ketchup/hot sauce in case you want to go crazy... We stayed in one of the cabins which was pretty nice. It was spacious and we slept in the loft. There is a private toilet which was nice and the living room had a couch and chair. There is no AC or a fan so be prepared if it is warm. There is a lot of potential here and if you go in knowing all this in advance, you can enjoy yourself. You look out upon the hills and yak's/cows/horses that graze just outside of the fence line. The staff was very helpful and willing to accommodate us, but they didn't speak any English so our guide had to translate everything.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Mary J wrote a review Sep 2019
Poughkeepsie, New York426 contributions97 helpful votes
We came to this camp a bit tired and enjoyed time to spend in the hot springs pools. The camp was not overcrowded and we met up with others we had seen in other camps. Grass was a bit overgrown but the pools were the attraction here.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Jargalant wrote a review Aug 2019
Germany33 contributions35 helpful votes
getting there - on a very rough piste across very picturesque, Edelweiss-strewn alpine meadows from the town of Tsenkher- takes some time, but the place is quite touristy. The setting is alpine, with meadows and fir trees and grazing yaks. The camp is OK, gers are on the small side and not as lovingly decorated as they are in some other camps, but OK. It can get very cold here at night, even in the summer, so do take up the staffs' offer to heat the little oven in your ger. The hot springs' water is funnelled into basins behind the ger camp's sanitary buildings. The shower room is a bit cramped, with slippery surface and no adequate space to store your clothes. The water in the basins is very agreeably warm, not scorching hot. The place was busy, but I found everything was very clean.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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tes108 wrote a review Jul 2019
Newcastle, Australia552 contributions138 helpful votes
My least favourite place in Mongolia, crowded grubby pools and overcrowded facilities. Walks and views around are lovely. There was hair and dirt floating in the pools and I did not return back into the pool.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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