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Cambodia is a country with massive amounts of unique culture, history, and achievements gained over years of development. Immense beauty is found throughout the Kingdom of Cambodia; from its sparkling beaches on the southwest coast to the lush rainforests and spiritual temples that attract many tourists. Cambodia is located on the southern portion of the Indochinese Peninsula in Southeast Asia. The country has a total area of 181,035 square kilometers. It shares borders with Thailand, Laos, Vietnam, and the Gulf of Thailand. (infoplease). Cambodia’s landscape primarily includes the  low-lying central plain and the surrounding uplands and low mountains. The central plain contains the most distinctive geographical feature, the Tonle Sap, the great lake in the heartland of Cambodia where the area is devoted to wet rice cultivation. Another prominent feature is the Mekong River, the longest river in Cambodia which stretches 315 miles within the country. This river flows in from Laos at the Khone Falls and flows outward towards the Vietnam border. It flows into and out of the Tonle Sap as the seasons change. (britannica). There are two mountain ranges that separate the central plain and the coastline, the Krâvanh Mountains and the Dâmrei Mountains. This mountainous area is largely uninhabited and contains the highest  peak in Cambodia, Mount Aôral, standing at an elevation of 5,949 feet. (britannica). Similar to many other countries in Southeast Asia, Cambodia’s climate is dominated by monsoons. There are two annual seasons in Cambodia: the rainy season which lasts from May through October, and the dry seasons that lasts from November to April. Throughout the year temperatures range from 68.8 to 95 degrees fahrenheit and flooding is expected. 

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