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Floating Village of Tonle Sap Lake (10 photos)
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A floating village of about 7000 inhabitants lies in Tonle Sap Lake near Siem Reap, Cambodia. Half are illegal immigrants from Vietnam, while the other are impoverished Cambodians. The living conditions here are rough, as people don't have the resources to live on the land.

Also check out the photo-story on the floating village of Ha Long Bay, Vietnam.
A man tows a new home into the Tonle Sap Floating Village
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A man tows a new home into the Tonle Sap Floating Village - View on Flickr
Tonle Sap Floating Village
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Tonle Sap Floating Village - View on Flickr
Tonle Sap Floating Village
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Tonle Sap Floating Village - View on Flickr
A family at the Tonle Sap Floating Village
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A family at the Tonle Sap Floating Village - View on Flickr
A child beggar at the Tonle Sap Floating Village
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A child beggar at the Tonle Sap Floating Village - View on Flickr
Locals sell bananas at the Tonle Sap Floating Village
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Locals sell bananas at the Tonle Sap Floating Village - View on Flickr
A child handles a python on a boat at the Tonle Sap Floating Village
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A child handles a python on a boat at the Tonle Sap Floating Village - View on Flickr
Tonle Sap Floating Village
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Tonle Sap Floating Village - View on Flickr
Locals sell bananas at the Tonle Sap Floating Village
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Locals sell bananas at the Tonle Sap Floating Village - View on Flickr
Tonle Sap Floating Village - The village is home to nearly 7000 residents, about half of whom are Vietnamese immigrants and the other half Cambodian.  Many are too poor to afford to live on land.
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Tonle Sap Floating Village - The village is home to nearly 7000 residents, about half of whom are Vietnamese immigrants and the other half Cambodian. Many are too poor to afford to live on land. - View on Flickr
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