Mechuka is a small town nestled 6,000 feet (1,829 m) above sea level in the Mechuka Valley in West Siang District of Arunachal Pradesh, India. Mechuka Valley is home to the people of the Memba tribe. They are mostly the believers of the Buddhism and speak Memba, Adi, Hindi and English. This place of Arunachal Pradesh is known for both its religious and historical significance. The major tourist attraction here is a 400-year-old Buddhist Monastery, which is located at a hilltop in the western most part of Mechuka. Numerous ancient statues can also be found here. Accommodations are available at Circuit House and Inspection Bungalow. Mechuka is 215 kilometres (133.6 mi) northwest of Along and is only 29 kilometres (18.0 mi) away from Indo-China border. Nearest airport is Lilabari Airport.
Mechuka is gradually becoming a popular tourist destination in Arunachal Pradesh due to its Scenic beauty and exotic tribes. High hills, snow-capped mountains and River Siyom are the major attractions. The people of ramo(adi)tribe is also reside in the mechukha valley since time immoral. periphery of Mechukha valley and in core of valley, these are the villages where Ramo tribe peoples are inhabitant since many century.. Name of villages at periphery : GAPO, Pauk, Padusa, Lipusi, Hiri, Purying, Rapum, Charung, Thirty five, Rego, Karte.