[Traveling to the Gods] Cambodia. The fishermen floating village on the edge of Tonle Sap Lake. The place is extremely poor, but the smile on the child's face, the light in the eye, the stubborn flower outside the hanging foot... but under the blue sky.
mud can also hold flowers#
Many people will take a boat trip to a sightseeing and leisure fish raft at the lake, staying there Hour, watch the sunset. Since we had booked a restaurant dinner in the city, we didn't watch it. It is said to be beautiful and beautiful.
This was the place that surprised me the most in Cambodia at the time: Tonle Sap Lake, the largest freshwater lake in Southeast Asia. It is said to be the lake of life in Cambodia. There are also many people calling it milk tea lake. There are many beautiful villages floating on the water. We made a mistake and came here. The locals took a boat and took us from the village to the lake center to watch the sunset. It was awesome. Remember to go there to see Cambodia!!
Siem Reap, Cambodia
In the Tonle Sap Lake, take the most primitive canoe and shuttle through the jungle. Look at the leafy trees that are slowly moving backwards. The afterglow of the sunset is sprinkled into the canoe through the woods from time to time. on.
I was very careful to sit on it and didn't dare to move, because the body would shake a little bit, but the aunt who was rowing always told me not to worry. Halfway through
, it entered a jungle "market" with fruit snacks on many canoes. Some thirsty, I want a bottle of Coke, and bargained for a long time with the big sister who sells drinks.
But to tell the truth, there are not many people who walk this line. Countless ships will wait in line on the lake, but there are only a handful of them that can be taken away. If you have the opportunity, it is very recommended that everyone come here to experience it, and it is worth the money.
In addition to Angkor Wat, Siem Reap has a famous attraction, Tonle Sap, which is a bit sloppy compared to the grandeur of Angkor Wat. Following the guide, we went to the boat on the lake, and there were children who beg in a pot to play the snake. There is a floating village in the middle of the lake. There is a school on the market. The people living here are the villagers who can't afford the rent on land. The guide took us into a church. He said that there were orphans inside. The children were very curious when they saw our camera. They didnt feel scared when they saw strangers, but they laughed innocently. Looking at them one by one, we want to go to the market to buy some vegetables and meat for them, but the guide said, "It is better to buy some flour rice, they need to survive." We bought a large bag of flour and a large bag of rice to send Give them, the children thank us with a warm hug. The guide on the way back told us that he was actually an orphan from the church.
Maybe we are living now, it is the life that others are yearning for, and we must cherish what we have now.
Tonle Sap Lake is a famous freshwater lake in Southeast Asia. It is connected to the Mekong River in Phnom Penh through the Tonle Sap River. There are several floating villages on the lake. Because of the large number of Vietnamese people living in them, they are called “Vietnamese Floating Villages”. You can take a boat trip to the lake to visit these floating villages, where you will see houses, churches, schools and other buildings all on the water. In the evening, you can also enjoy the magnificent sunset on the lake.