Upon arrival to Cambodia, a guide led us to the Tonle Sap lake, where we saw mangroves, crocodiles, and the floating villages of Vietnamese immigrants who are in the river that have come from the Mekong Delta. My recommendation would be to have a rest and then go visit the temples of Angkor.
This was situated opposite the temple of Banteay Kdey. There lies a wonderful lake of 700 by 300 meters wide. Several terraces around invite you to sit and enjoy the surroundings. It is curious that the lake has never been dry, so it is estimated to have an underground tributary or its bottom is waterproof. The terraces are adorned by frequent sacred snakes, lions and other mythical animals of the Jemer religion.
Located south of the capital of Cambodia, is one of those amazing places that isn't in the tourist guides. As I saw it, I changed my plans and spent the whole day wandering around. Surrounded by humble homes, people, unaccustomed to tourism, it was lovely.