We set off by car and went to visit David Falls under the guidance of a tour guide. The bus arrived at the scenic spot in less than 10 minutes. The tour guide bought tickets and took us into the scenic spot. Few tourists from Europe and America came here. On the contrary, most of the locals came from young people. The most famous waterfall in the area, formed at the outlet of Lake Feiwa, is not very watery in the dry season. It is said that only in the rainy season can a real waterfall feel. Walking to the railings, you can see an underground karst cave below the waterfall. Clear water falls into the cave without trace, while the upper reaches of the cave is a deep river valley. To be fair, this waterfall is quite common, but because of its moving story, it is popular with tourists. The guide told us that the name of the waterfall originated in 1961. There was a young couple from Switzerland. The man's name was David. He took his beloved girlfriend to Nepal to explore on foot. He found the devil waterfall and was immediately attracted to it. At that time, there was no path and no security railings. After a while on the ground, the two men went down to the cave. Because the ground was wet and slippery, David's girlfriend fell into the turbulent River accidentally. When David saw this, he jumped down to save them. As a result, both of them were engulfed by the waterfall. In memory of David and his girlfriend who lost their lives here, the waterfall is called David Falls. Such a touching love story adds color to this ordinary scenic spot, but tourists are still in low spirits. Many people just look around and turn away. After viewing the waterfall, we carefully looked at the statue of Shiva above the waterfall and the nearby shrine, where the local people worshipped or put carmine on their foreheads with great devotion.