The Gobi Desert is a large desert region in Asia. It covers parts of northern and northwestern China, and of southern Mongolia.
The Gobi is a cold desert, with frost and occasionally snow occurring on its dunes. Besides being quite far north, it is also located on a plateau roughly 910–1,520 metres (2,990–4,990 ft) above sea level, which contributes to its low temperatures. An average of approximately 194 millimetres (7.6 in) of rain falls annually in the Gobi. The climate of the Gobi is one of great extremes, combined with rapid changes of temperature of as much as 35 °C (63 °F). These can occur not only seasonally but within 24 hours.
There is some famous sightseeing in the Southern Mongolia (Gobi Desert) such as Khongor sand dunes, Bayanzag, Yol Valley and Tsagaan Suvarga