Day 5~ May 5th~ Cambodia


the people of Tonlé Sap

On the largest fresh water lake in South East Asia, many Cambodian and Vietnamese families float…

They live in floating villages, move around on floating boats and do almost everything on stilt houses and boats over the waters of the lake. The waters vary from one meter to 9 meters in depth depending on the time of year and on the direction of flow of the Mekong river, and the lake is a place where floating villages create a strange colorful mosaic on the surface of the water.

Being on that lake, I was highly alert the whole time and was absorbing all the incredible impressions the environment provided. I had never seen a lifestyle like that before and its strangeness and uniqueness were amazing to take in.

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10 comments

  1. Great photo and adventurous life you have

  2. Hi,
    An amazing photo.

  3. Wow, so interesting!

  4. I’ve never heard of this. Thanks for sharing it. I’m interested in seeing what the mosaic would look like from the sky.

  5. Fascinating, sad, and I had no idea.

  6. Interesting. I think they work very hard, which was normal for (almost) all of us before..

  7. What an interesting way to live. Nice photo.

  8. This photo is out of these world, Brilliant photojournalism. Thanks for sharing Nonoy Manga

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