Ola, guys! Destination for today's tour is Tonle Sap. People living on Tonle Sap are the poorest community, and most of them are the illegal immigrants from Vietnam. The government implements the laissez-faire policy to deal with them. On Tonle Sap, they have church, restaurants, gas-station, grocery stores, schools etc. And water from Tonle Sap providing their daily-life uses, like cooking, doing laundry, bathing, everything you could think that needs water. Unlike the beautiful boat-dweller, the must-go sightseeing spot in Thailand, people living on Tonle Sap are because they really don't have choice. Due to the war, most of Cambodians don't accept Vietnamese living on their land, so people on Tonle Sap would never have chance to make their lives changed.
Oh, by the way, have you noticed the big hat on my head? I've got to tell you, whether you think it looks weird or not, it's a magical hat! It's a handmade hat which made from Palm leaves, and the most magical thing is, it 100% water-proof! Not kidding, after we visiting Tonle Sap, there came a torrential rain, and with this hat, none of my hair and face were wet! Isn't this magic? Ha, ha! xx ❤
*Disclaimer, This is not a sponsored/collaborated post. I purchased all my stuff with my own money. ☺