The Tuvkhon Monastery, established in 1654 by a 14-year-old boy named Zanabazar, is one of the oldest monasteries in the world. It is situated on the summit of Shiveet-Ulaan mountain, centrally located in Mongolia between Uvurkhangai and Arkhangai provinces. This UNESCO World Cultural Heritage site was initially discovered by Zanabazar in 1648, who constructed a small wooden meditation cabin on the flat grounds. Today, visitors must hike approximately 5 kilometers to reach the monastery temples as there is no accessible road. The monastery comprises 14 separate small temples and offers a unique and captivating geo-location. Additionally, there is a fascinating geological formation known as the “womb cave” nearby, providing an excellent hiking opportunity.