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Ton·le Sap

 (tŏn′lā săp′, säp′)
A lake of central Cambodia. It is the largest lake in southeast Asia.
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Tonle Sap

(ˈtɒnlɪ ˈsæp)
(Placename) a lake in W central Cambodia, linked with the Mekong River by the Tonle Sap River. Area: (dry season) about 2600 sq km (1000 sq miles); (rainy season) about 10 000 sq km (3860 sq miles)
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Ton•le Sap

(ˈtɒn leɪ ˌsɑp)
a lake in W Cambodia, draining into the Mekong River.
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When her husband and daughter left home, she chopped the body into smaller pieces and gradually threw them into the Tonle Sap River in front of Phsar Chas and Phsar Kandal between June 5 and 9.
In Cambodia, row after row of nets line up in Tonle Sap River from October until March to catch bounties of fish as they flock downstream.
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Cambodian landscapes are another potential for tourism especially the beautiful scenery along the water bodies such as the Tonle Sap River, the Mekong River system, our beautiful coastline, the Cardamom Mountains, mangrove forests and national parks.
It was located southwest of Phnom Penh, the capital, approximately 45 minutes by ferry boat, across the mighty Mekong River near the junction of the Tonle Sap River and then by jeep.
Heng Rattana, director general of the Cambodian Mine Action Center, told Kyodo News that his demining team began removing the ordnance last Thursday in a section of the Tonle Sap River in Rolea Ba'ier district of Kompong Chhnang province, some 90 kilometers north of the capital Phnom Penh.
Many people died after leaping from the bridge across a tributary of Tonle Sap river in Phnom Penh, authorities said.
A witness said the panic started after 10 people fell unconscious in the crowd at a concert on Koh Pich, in the Tonle Sap river.
The crush occurred on the island of Koh Pich following a traditional boat race along the Tonle Sap river on Monday evening.
Following a request from Cambodian government, Japan in 1992 began rehabilitating the 710-meter Chroy Changwar Bridge in Phnom Penh, later named the Cambodia-Japan Friendship Bridge, across the Tonle Sap River.
As the sun rises over the tranquil Tonle Sap river, Cambodian fishermen cast nets for fish they depend on for survival.