Tonle Sap Lake is the lowest lying area of the floodplain in the lower Mekong basin. It is also the most prominent feature on Cambodia’s mosaic of natural habitats. During the wet season it swells to be one of the largest lakes in Asia, and during the dry time it withers away to a fraction of the size, draining into the connecting river, which lets out into the Mekong. Surrounding the lake are various floating villages spangled with stilted huts, fish traps and an economic existence that is tied so intimately to the lake. Take a boat ride around this stunning view and experience a lifestyle unlike any other.