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Weird Asian Hotels


Travel through the Gobi desert in Mongolia, and you might have an opportunity to stay at the Three Camel Lodge. You will stay in one of thirty gers (tents) made of felt and wood, and pay only around $300 a night. This is one of 10 Seriously Unusual & Outlandishly Weird Asian Hotels. Link -Thanks, Andy!

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Whoa! I got to stay in one of those tents (actually called yerts, not gers) in Dah Xing Go, a forest preserve in Inner Mongolia, China, for $3 a nite:) I can't imagine any place charging $300 for a nite's lodging....
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