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Haa is also known as “the hidden land rice valley.” Its major feature is its narrow north-south valley.  Potatoes, chillies, apples, and other cash crops are grown on the valley floor. Almost 78 percent of Haa is covered with forest. Haa has some of the most interesting local legends and folklore.

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Place of Interest / Things to do
Lhakhang Nagpo

Built in the 7th century, it’s a short drive from Haa. The temple is also known as the black temple owing to its distinctive grayish black walls. Rituals are performed on special occasions here.

Lhakhang Karpo

This 7th century temple is also known as the white temple is located in Dumchoe Village, 3 km south of Haa town. It is the main seat of Haa’s guardian deity Ap Chundu.

Chhundu Lhakhang

This shrine is one of many that is dedicated to the valley’s protecting deity Ap Chundu. The temple houses statues of the blue-faced Chhundu and his red-faced cousin Jowya.

Tagchu Goenpa

This monastery is the seat for many important occasions and festivals. Further above the monastery is a rock that is said to resemble a tiger from where the water erupts; hence, the name Tagchu (Tag-tiger, chu-water).

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