Inside Vietnam: Cambodia Laos

Tonlé Sap

Take a break from temples to explore the great Tonlé Sap, Southeast Asia's largest lake.

On your last morning in Cambodia you have the opportunity to learn about life on the lake. Tonlé Sap is Southeast Asia's largest freshwater lake - its size varying greatly depending on the time of year, as it swells to about four times its size in during the wet season.

You will board a handcrafted wooden boat and visit a small local village, where you'll see stilt houses that tower above the water in dry season but barely top the waves in wet season. On the way, you will pass floating markets and impressive flooded forests, giving you a taste of life on the water.

Tonlé Sap

located in Siem Reap

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Interested in this Experience? It is included in this tour:

  • Scenic splendour, dramatic remnants of ancient empires and thriving modern cultures await on our exploration of the highlights of Laos and Cambodia

    Laos and Cambodia Entwined

    If Vietnam is the colourful and attention-seeking member of the Indochina triumvirate, the people of Laos and Cambodia share a more relaxed approach to life, and the laid-back pace of existence imbues all travels here with a warmth and serenity felt in few other places.

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    Scenic splendour, dramatic remnants of ancient empires and thriving modern cultures await on our exploration of the highlights of Laos and Cambodia

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    Mekong River cruising in northern Laos

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