The Tonle Sap lake in Cambodia is mostly known for its villages on stilts, up to 10 meters high, as well as for the floating villages. During the dry season the lake has a surface of 2500 km² and as the rainy season is at its peak, it quadruples it's surface till 10 000 km².
The Mekong river is fed by the lake in the dry season, and when the rainy season starts, a unique natural phenomenon takes place: the Mekong changes its course and fills the Tonlé Sap lake.
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