Tonle Sap is a large lake in the middle of Cambodia which is actually a part of the Mekong River. When the river rises each year Tonle Sap dramatically increases in size, with water levels rising over 10m. There are several floating villages in Tonle Sap that move with the seasonal changes in the lake. These kids are playing on the closest thing they have to a front yard.
Kids playing on a floating house on Tonle Sap, Cambodia
Posted: November 5, 2009 Categories: Daily Photo