Southeast Asia’s largest freshwater lake.
Cambodia’s ’Great Lake’, Tonle Sap, is the largest freshwater lake in Southeast Asia and was designated as a UNESCO biosphere in 1997. This unique ecological hot spot contains a rich biodiversity of fish, birds, reptiles and mammals. One of the most productive fishing lakes in the world, Tonle Sap supports over three million people and provides more than 75% of Cambodia’s freshwater fish. A natural wonder, well worth the visit!