Province: Dundgobi Province
Centre of sum: Saikhan-Ovoo , 213 km located from  Dundgobi.
Population: 2'219
Area: 40547 km2

Saikhan-Ovoo is a sum (district) of Dundgovi Province in central Mongolia. Saikhan-Ovoo is 400 km from the capital Ulaanbaatar, established in 1924, and 210 km from Dundgovi province center.

Ongi River is about 18 km from the Ongi River, 130 km south of the center of Uvurkhangai province. 41 km in Uvurkhangai aimag, 52 km in Bayangol soum, 20 km in Tugrug soum, 27 km in Mandal-Ovoo soum of Umnugobi province, 60 km in Erdenedalai soum and 64 km in Delgerkhangai province. In the territory of Saikhan-Ovoo soum people lived long ago and there are ancient tombs in the Tsogt and Amur mountain range. It was recorded as the family name of Olujud, rich, manged, jellies, tenant, tigers, and snipers.

The annual average air temperature is -20.2 ° C in January, +25.4 ° C in January and annual precipitation is 102.9 mm, in Gobi and Steppe.
The size of the land, Saikhan-Ovoo soum has a territory of 405,478.0 hectares.

Flowing through 65 km of the central area of the Ongi river which originates from the Khangai Mountains. Altang Mountain DT is above 1696 m, Tsogtol mountain DT is above 1455 m, has a small mountain range in western, eastern rich, Chandmani, zaava, and Delgerekh.

Saikhan-Ovoo sum is located:

  • 213 km from Ulaanbaatar,
  • 392 km from the province center.