Driving tours of the Kaza villages typically end up at this tiny but photogenically set hamlet to visit what's claimed to be the world's highest post office at 4440m. Some spoilsports say the post office at Everest Base Camp in Tibet is higher (5200m), but that doesn't stop dozens of tourists traipsing down dusty paths between the village houses to get their letters hand-stamped. Curiously, the office doesn't actually sell postcards or stamps but you can buy those across the yard from a small cafe.
The 15km road descent back to Kaza is a terrific drive. After around 4km, look back for a particularly memorable view towards the abandoned mud-walled remnants of Getung Village, sitting atop a canyon junction and looking more like a ruined fortress. Just after this, the road turns into ladder of hairpins with truly splendid valley views.