Kampong Phluk a little village was assembled for the most part on the stilts of Tonle Sap Lake, making it extraordinary and totally a sight to see. The name Kampong Phluk signifies "Harbor of the Tusks". The economy is very in view of shrimp collecting. The village is phenomenal and the mangrove woods is a feature which contributed enormously to our comprehension of what life resembles in this village. Conditions are brutal yet the villagers are inventive and creative and manage with practically nothing. A standout amongst the most fascinating spots we went by all through our chance in Southeast Asia. The best piece of the outing was the paddling watercraft at the mangrove woodland.
There are 3,000 tenants of every 2 villages in Kampong Phluk. There are wide assortment of untamed life species including crab eating macaque. It is around 16 km south east from Siem Reap. It contains the lavish and excellent overflowed mangrove woods. In dry season, the water is low and now and then is dried, you may appreciate the novel point of interest of the tall stilt houses. The house's columns are covered up under the water amid the stormy season.