It may be a relatively poor place in our eyes, but I feel pretty good, at least here you can experience the customs of the local people, especially the close contact with the life of the local rural people, and the sanitary conditions everywhere are actually good.
1. A Japanese travel friend told me that the town of Dala is the poorest place in the world. Basic life depends on donations and there is no clean water source. So I decided to take a look at how this is a "garbage pile, sewage flow" "living hell"; 2. First go to the Yangon River Ferry Terminal and take a boat. The ticket is MMK100 one-way, but this is the price of Myanmar citizens. The price of a foreigner’s ferry ticket is DMK 2000, which is approximately RMB 10; 3. When I arrived at Dala on the opposite bank, I wandered around and found that it was not poor at all, with cool well water, clean local snacks, cement roads, small villas, dance houses, cruise ships, tea houses with LCD TVs, and snooker Billiard rooms, Internet cafes, and even beauty salons; 4. Who said it was from a slum? Obviously it is a demonstration zone for comfortable living, OK!