Kampongplouk, pier of ivory according to the local tale, is the name of the lakeside village at the edge of the great Lake Tonle Sap. This place flooded at 15 km from Siem Reap town is populated around 5000 inhabitants; they are fishermen-families.
The houses on tall stilts adapt to the rainy season and the dry season that make a wonderful nature’s phenomenon. The ebb and flow cycle has created a community of plants and animals adapted fantastically.
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In Mondulkiri, there is a small picturesque commun
An island on the high Mekong river where the quiet
The best beach in Asia is at Sihanukville, South E