The KhoshoTsaidam Turkic monuments are made up of four memorial complexes, including those erected in honor of Bilge Khan, a famous politician of the Eastern Turkish Empire and KulTegin, commander-in-chief of the Turkic armed forces and younger brother of Bilge Khan .
The KhoshoTsaidam memorials are the most important known archaeological remains of the Turkic Empire, which extended across Central Asia in the 6th -8th centuries AD. The unique information presented in the inscriptions on the steles located here has proven extremely valuable to the study of Central Asian history and culture; in addition, the memorial sites have supplied particular insight into the world view, religious beliefs, architecture, arts, literary development and political relations of the early Central Asian peoples.
Ogii Lake is one of the biggest lakes in Mongolia and located in the Arkhangai province. It has 25.7 km squire area, average depth is 6.64m, in some sections 15.3 m and coastal length is 24.7 km. It is very stunning place for bird watching, fishing and swimming. There are 150 sorts of extremely rare and protected species birds of passage come to settle down on the "Ogii" lake. Also the "Ogii" lake has 14 sorts of fish belonged to the North Atlantic ocean area .