Location: 10 km to the south from Ulaanbaatar.
Features: In 1778 the Mongolian government made Bogd Khan Uul a national park to protect its beauty making Bogd Khan Uul the oldest national park in the world. Its highest point is 2268 m above sea level. Bogd Khan Uul was added to the UNESCO World Heritage Tentative List on August 6, 1996 in the Cultural category. World Heritage sites are those that exhibit universal natural or cultural significance or both.