During the demonetization, many Burmese had to literally had to sell their hard earned Indian currency as a loss. Apparently they always preferred to earn in Indian currency as they found that more reliable and ofcource has a higher value.
When we entered Moreh, we chose to look around and book a small place for us three to stay. We even showed our voter's id and crossed the border. By the way there is no immigration process you need to follow or do anything of that sort.
Just walk in. You are allowed only to go around 3-4 kms inside the country. So we did exactly that. Ate some amazing Burmese noodles and drank their beer.
Another interesting fact about this village is that you get beer right from morning 730 am. Manipur otherwise is a dry state. However since Burma isnt, many Manipuris come her to pick all kinds of alcohol or to have a party.