Ruili Border Trade Street is located in the northwest of Ruili City. Most of the sellers here are Chinese and Burmese border people, and the goods are mostly wood carvings, leather, textiles and other handicrafts with local Dai ethnic characteristics, from which you can feel the strong Dai style. The Ruili Port of the People's Warlord Era is worth a visit. The tall and mighty towers give people a sense of national pride. It is also a popular attraction for tourists to take pictures. You can also join the local group here for a day trip to the China-Burma border, which is very convenient. Ruili Border Trade Street has a night market in the evening, and you can taste local and Burmese specialties and fruits.