There's something sad about this lake, it looks shallow and drained, almost like a big, flooded rice field. My guide said that the locals keep landfilling it to gain more land, but this has interrupted the natural coastline of the lake and it looks artificial now. You don't see a much of the lakeside ecosystem that you'd expect (reeds and tall grasses), which suggests the lake edge is constantly being changed.
I think this place is a decent destination if you're travelling that way and need somewhere to stop, but it's in dire need of conservation if it's not to be swallowed up by encroaching farms.
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