Tsagaan Suvraga is one of the many unusual scenery the Gobi Desert has to offer. Sometimes referred to as White Stupa, Tsagaan Suvraga’s scarps are situated in Ulziit soum, Dundgobi province. The slopes look like ruins of the ancient city from the distance. You will be greeted by 100 meters wide (328 ft) and 30 meters high (98 ft) red cliffs. Approach to the cliffs from the north, you might find yourself wondering if you are on another planet.
Millions of years ago this area was situated at the bottom of the sea. The limestone formations are the perfect evidence. The sea has dried up a long time ago, and since then the ancient seabed structures have been eroded by the wind that eventually changed its colors and forms. There are two interesting spots to explore in here, one is Khevtee Bosoo Agui (Lie and Stand Cave), and the other is the Del Uul (Back Mountain) which is famous for the largest Bronze Age drawings found in Central Asia.
The cliffs are in its natural shape, so be aware of any harm to nature and you. Also, please do not go by the edge, it may be slippery. Be prepared for wind when you head the cliffs.