Tonlé San

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Tonlé San
Tonle San.jpg
Map of Cambodia with Tonlé San river marked
Native name Sông Sê San
Other name(s) Ya Krong Po Ko
Country Vietnam, Cambodia
Basin features
Main source confluence of Dak Psi and Dak Po Ko
14°36′23″N 107°50′25″E / 14.6063°N 107.8404°E / 14.6063; 107.8404
River mouth Mekong
13°32′10″N 105°57′54″E / 13.536°N 105.965°E / 13.536; 105.965Coordinates: 13°32′10″N 105°57′54″E / 13.536°N 105.965°E / 13.536; 105.965
Progression Tonlé San—MekongMekong DeltaSouth China Sea
Basin size 17,000 km2 (6,600 sq mi)

Tonlé San, also known as Tonlé Se San or Sesan River, is a river that flows through central Vietnam and north-east Cambodia. It is a major tributary of the Mekong River. A short portion of the river forms a part of the international border between Cambodia and Vietnam.

Women in Sesan district are washing their clothes in Tonle Sesan, the major tributary of the Mekong River that flows through Cambodia.

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