Tonle Sap Lake, in Cambodia, is the largest freshwater lake in southwest Asia, with an area of 2700 km2, is an absolutely surreal place. It seems to have come straight out of a movie from another era. Or rather, when we get there, it looks like we got into a movie. This seasonally flooded lake is connected to the Sangker River and the Tonle Sap River, which changes direction throughout the year.
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