Bus station in Arshan village

Author: Dimitry Paranyushkin (on 21 Aug 2009)


This is a bus station in Arshan village. Most of the local people of Buryat, they are very calm and friendly people, and like to talk. Russian backpackers love to go to Arshan, because it's the start of Sayan mountains, and you can freely camp around there. Besides, Arshan is quite touristic, so there are all the things you need for life. There's even a yoga and meditation camp.


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