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.
If you haven't been to Lake Tonlisa, you can say you haven't been to Cambodia. Of course, it's exaggerated, but it's true. There are "refugees" that the governments of Vietnam and Cambodia do not care about. It's also a reflection of Cambodia's relatively backward living conditions. But the impoverished "Vietnam Floating Village" has the most touching sunset, sitting in the bow waiting for the sun to fall into the lake, feeling a thousand.
Donglisa Lake is indeed a different existence, completely different from the main melody of Angkor we are going to visit next, which is a water village near Siem Reap. We went in April, the last month of the dry season, and the driest time of Donglisa Lake. There was only a narrow river running between villages. What remained in the river was not Lake water, but yellow mud. The dwellings in those villages, which were originally supported on the lake by long trunks, now seem to be dwellings on land, even roads. Dumbbell-shaped Tonle Sap is Cambodia's most prominent feature and the largest freshwater lake in Southeast Asia. In dry season, the lake area will shrink to 2,500 square kilometers; in rainy season, it will increase to 12,000 square kilometers. The floating villages on the lake are inhabited by thousands of fishermen's families, each family will have 5-7 children, which constitutes a unique and vivid human landscape on Lake Donglisa and also attracts a large number of tourists. More than half of Cambodia's annual fish production comes from Lake Tonlisa.
Siem Reap, Cambodia. The last stop in the outer circle must be in the afternoon to catch up with the sunset on the lake, which is more beautiful than Mount Bacon. Tickets of $20, is the cost of a large ship, basically do not fight, special boats, large ships from the wharf, a quarter of an hour in the river, will pass through a large area of water villages, and then reach the entrance to the lake. Change the boat for $5. Specialized women boatmen paddle hard to the forest. After ten minutes in the water, they go to the lake and change back to the boat. By 6 p.m., the boat will take you to the lake, stop on the lake, turn off the motor, then you can sit on the bow and watch the sunset quietly. Donglisa Lake is the largest freshwater lake in Southeast Asia. The whole trip lasts three hours and is worth visiting.
First, there are no mosquitoes. Second, there was no landing so there was no selling or forced massage. We arrived at 4:00 p.m., still very hot, first small boat and then big boat, it is estimated that the reason for separate operation is to pass through the villagers'houses, rows of very strange, different sizes, scattered uniformly, little boys are playing diving, little girls are rowing or washing clothes, this is the real life, maybe the lake is not clean, but this is their home, where they play and live, the sunset is very beautiful. Why is it that no one wrote a journey back, no sun, no light along the river, a 25-minute boat journey back is really thrilling ___________ The dark clouds above our heads are gradually invisible, and the surrounding scenes are getting darker and darker. On the left is a distant lightning, on the right is a low bush, and the surrounding River reveals the crisis of undercurrent surging. There is nothing but the flashlight of the boatman shaking to guide the course. When the boats behind us surpass us, they become more and more panicky. Otherwise, they can be seen again when they are better. Really panic, chaotic head, whether it will rain, whether there will be water monsters, whether the boatman will rob.................................................. More than 20 minutes of silence, until the distant light appeared, everything became reassuring The boat family was very good to send us ashore, and the thrill of the return trip was much more exciting than the three or five minutes of pirate boats in the playground. It's really wonderful to have a pleasant journey, a thrilling return journey and two feelings on the same road. It's unforgettable in this life.
Tonl & _3; Sap, also known as Phnom Penh Lake, is located in the north of Cambodia. It is located in the heart of Cambodia and is one of the freshwater lakes in Southeast Asia. It is Cambodia's mother lake, in the center of Lake Tonlisa, scattered with many water villages. All land facilities are unique, including hospitals, gas stations, schools, police stations and department stores. They live on the water, at sunrise and sunset. These houses are supported by hundreds of logs more than four meters high, which can now be seen when the water level falls in the dry season. It is said that the people living on the lake are people without registered permanent residence, because the war has displaced them, their ancestors can only live on the lake for food and drink, while the muddy and yellowing lake water has nurtured generations after generations... If you feel that your life is not happy enough, please come here for a walk, you will surely learn to cherish happiness and be grateful.
Donglisa Lake, a famous lake near Phnom Penh, Cambodia, has a large number of waterborne dwellings, with water post offices, water gas stations and water schools at the concentration points. There are also various water restaurants where crocodiles are kept in wooden boxes. There are children playing. There is also the Water Show Hall.
A group of homeless people, a group of foreign mercenaries involved in Cambodia's civil war, and a group of underwater black households, which Cambodia hates, gathered a unique landscape of Cambodia. The shock and shock you feel when you come here is that you can't buy it for as much money as you spend.
The lake tour was fine, relaxing. It takes more than an hour to get there and the tour around the lake it's not that long, around 2 hours or 3. Watching the floating village and its people was amazing. The sunrise was not that special that day thou and the water is not green anymore, it's actually brown.