The valley is named after the largest village in that region. Sangla valley is the terrain of hills and mountains located in the Shimla-Rekong peo Highway. The valley is connected through the road where Sangla River flows sideways. The valley is a heavenly abode for various tourists. People who are looking for offbeat travels and are not much interested in commercial places, they find it a perfect place to visit. Sangla village was once popular for its wooden houses with slate roofs which are being reconstructed again. Amidst the mountains with greenery all around, Sangla is a wonderful place to travel and stay for a while. Also known as Baspa Valley, Sangla attracts a number of tourists during October, therefore if you are looking forward to a relaxing and a serene holiday then you should avoid visiting this place in October. In the rainy seasons, people generally avoid this travel as the road connectivity becomes an issue. In winters the valley receives huge snowfalls. You will find a number of apple trees here. One major tourist attraction is a visit to the Bering Nag Temple forms the centerpiece of the annual Phulech Festival in September. If you enjoy nature then you could enjoy walking down to the lower village, where you will see plenty of old stone houses and Buddhist and Hindu temples.