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Vietnamese-Khmer floating village of Chong Khneas by Adventurocity

Floating Vietnamese-Khmer village of Chong Khneas on the Tonle Sap. There are floating shops, a water station, even a floating church. Most residents are engaged in fishing. There is also income to be made from tourists who come to see children performing with large snakes. At the time this photo was taken, it was at the start of the rainy season, when the water level of the lake is low. Here, it is less than two metres deep. (Rick Green photo | View slideshow)

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