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Damak lies 50 km west to Kakarvitta that borders to India in the east. As you cross the Ratuwa river there lies a small developing town with a small plot of tea garden called Damak. The tea garden area was a holiday resort for the previous king of Nepal as he had a small palace to drop in for a night stay. The palace still lies intact with its own beauty surrounding it. The replica of the Pashupati temple is in the heart of the bazaar. Krishna Mandir too is a nice place to be visited. On the north, the Bhutanese refugee camps called Beldangi. The hanging bridge adds to the beauty of Damak as many people flock there to spend some time in silence and enjoy the serenity of the nature Earth. The refugee camp itself is a wonderful place to visit. People going for trekking too has their stay at Damak.