Gobisumber province is situated in the South-East part of the central regions of Mongolia. It was established in 1994, and the administrative center is Choir city, 250 kilometers from Capital Ulaanbaatar. The province has an estimated population of 67,300 inhabitants. The ethnic groups comprise Khalkh, Buryat and Russians.
About 80 percent of province's land is suitable for extensive animal husbandry. The province is located in the steppe zone and it's altitude is 3281-3937 feet (1000-1200 m) above sea level. It's climate is extreme continental.
Relatively more rainfall occurs in Govi-Sumber than in the rest of the Gobi: the average rainfall is 8-10 inches (200-250 mm). Maximum temperature in summer reaches +37 C and the temperature in winter drops as low as -37 C. Govi-Sumber province is rich in natural resources. Deposits of brown coal, oil, tin, clay for bricks and mineral paint have been discovered in the territory of the province.
Around 15km north of the town is the village of Lun Bag, the site of the largest Soviet air base in Mongolia and the Russians departed in 1992. Some of the flats, which formerly housed military personnel, are now occupied by Mongolian families, but many sit empty, the windows broken, the plumbing ripped out and the walls scrawled with graffiti. The Russians left behind something else: the best paved runway in Mongolia.
To promote rapid economic growth, Choir formally seceded from Dornogov - it is now an autonomous municipality called Gobisumber, with a population of 13,300 - and was declared a Free Trade Zone. Nothing much was done to promote the area; development was postponed after the change of government in 1996 and is unlikely to take place in the near future.
The Gobisumber province is a popular destination to reach there by train. There is some accommodations Gobisumber, such as motels in Sumber and Shiveegobi towns serve to guests from another provinces and rarely foreign countries. The Gobisumber province has 11 motels which have mostly no names, and 2 of them called Tamir motel and Altan nutag motel. On average Gobisumber motels have 5-13 rooms and 9-23 beds and mostly they don't have shower and bathroom in each room, only deluxe and semi deluxe rooms have shower, bathroom and mini bar inside. The facilities are TV, billiard, pub, shower, buffets and restaurants
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Bidnii Khad Hotel (Gobisumber)
The Motel is owned by Bidnii Khad Company and it was built in 2008. Facilities of motel is laundry, shower, mini bar & fridge, parking place, garage, cafe and shop. The motel has 5 rooms and 9 beds. It is located 100 m from main square of capital Choir town of Gobisumber province.
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