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whoisangel

5/5
Reviewed on 27 Jan 2018

The sunset in Donglisa Lake is really beautiful. It is like a huge topaz, inlaid on the land of Kampuchea, providing solid resources for the development and prosperity of the Khmer nation. It is the "lake of life of the Kampuchea people"...

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Donglisa Lake is the largest freshwater lake in Southeast Asia. It is not only a special landscape, but also closely related to the life of Cambodians. Come to Donglisa Lake and have a look at the lake's scenery, water color and customs. It will give Cambodia a deeper feeling. After the driver took us to Lake Donglisa, he took us to the dock by boat. The boat is 20 dollars per person. When the three of us boarded the boat together, we found that the whole boat was just us. It should be equal to chartering. The boatman can't speak Chinese. He will make some English introductions along the way. There is still some time before sunset. The boatman said that we could go ashore to mangrove by kayak (pay), or go to water school (be asked to donate money), or go to the market on the lake. We were a little tired, so we chose to go shopping in the market. The market is built on water. There is a crocodile pond full of crocodiles. You can also climb up the viewing platform to enjoy the lake view and sunset. The boatman may ask for tips when he returns to the dock after sunset. The whole feeling is that the living environment of people here in Donglisa Lake is quite special. Water markets, water fairs, water schools and water houses are all interesting, but some places are still too sightseeing and tragic (for example, the local poor people will take their children to sit in the wrecked boat beside the water market, and some people will take pictures of them in hard Chinese called "give money"), which makes people feel a little uncomfortable. Clothing. In fact, we have made a small contribution to the development of Cambodia by traveling to this country. As for the living conditions of the people in this country, we still need the government of this country to refuel and improve.
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