|5,686 (1999 est.)|
|Regions with significant populations|
|Vietnam: Yên Bái, Sơn La|
The La Ha (Vietnamese: người La Ha) are an ethnic group of Vietnam. Most La Ha live in the Yên Bái and Sơn La provinces, and number approximately 5,686 people (as of 1999). They speak the Laha language, which is part of the Tai–Kadai language family.
The La Ha celebrate the Pang A Nụn Ban Festival to show deep gratitude to their doctors. They offer them bitter bamboo and Mạ Rệ flower, both of which are popular drugs.