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The largest pure water lake of Southeast Asia
In Cambodian, its name means “the big lake”. The Tonlé Sap is the largest freshwater lake in Southeast Asia. It covers an area of ​​2,700 km², more than three times the size of New York. Located in Cambodia, it has been listed as a UNESCO World Natural Heritage Site since 1997. The Tonlé Sap provides the 3 million people who live in the region, plus half of the fish consumed in Cambodia. It is indeed the most productive fishing area in the world.
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