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List Of Cities And Towns In Cambodia
Contents1 Largest cities 2 Cities and towns 3 Other cities and towns 4 ReferencesLargest cities[edit]City Khmer Province Population[1]Phnom Penh ភ្នំពេញ Capital of Cambodia 1,501,725Ta Khmau តាខ្មៅ Kandal Province 205,764Battambang បាត់ដំបង Battambang
Battambang
Province 196,709Serei Saophoan សិរីសោភ័ណ Banteay Meanchey Province 190,349Siem Reap សៀមរាប
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Preah Vihear Province
A province is almost always an administrative division, within a country or state. The term derives from the ancient Roman provincia, which was the major territorial and administrative unit of the Roman Empire's territorial possessions outside Italy. The term province has since been adopted by many countries, and in those with no actual provinces, it has come to mean "outside the capital city". While some provinces were produced artificially by colonial powers, others were formed around local groups with their own ethnic identities. Many have their own powers independent of federal authority, especially in Canada
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Ratanakiri Province
Ratanakiri, officially Ratanak Kiri[2] (Khmer: រតនគិរី[3] IPA: [ˌreə̯̆ʔ taʔ ˈnaʔ ki ˈriː]), is a province of northeast Cambodia. It borders the provinces of Mondulkiri to the south and Stung Treng to the west and the countries of Laos
Laos
and Vietnam
Vietnam
to the north and east, respectively. The province extends from the mountains of the Annamite Range
Annamite Range
in the north, across a hilly plateau between the Tonle San
Tonle San
and Tonle Srepok
Tonle Srepok
rivers, to tropical deciduous forests in the south. In recent years, logging and mining have scarred Ratanakiri's environment, long known for its beauty. For over a millennium, Ratanakiri has been occupied by the highland Khmer Loeu
Khmer Loeu
people, who are a minority elsewhere in Cambodia
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Tboung Khmum Province
Tboung Khmum (Khmer: ខេត្តត្បូងឃ្មុំ, IPA: [tɓouŋ kʰmum], "Amber") is a province (khaet) of Cambodia located on the central lowlands of the Mekong River. It borders the provinces of Kampong Cham to the west, Kratié to the north, Prey Veng to the south, and shares an international border with Vietnam
Vietnam
to the east. Its capital and largest city is Suong. The province's name consists of two words in Khmer, tboung (gem, precious jewel) and khmum (bee), which together mean "amber". Tboung Khmum Province
Tboung Khmum Province
was formed when Kampong Cham Province
Kampong Cham Province
was split in two by a royal decree signed on 31 December 2013 by King Norodom Sihamoni on the recommendation of Prime Minister Hun Sen
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Stung Treng Province
Steung Treng, officially Stung Treng[2] (Khmer: ស្ទឹងត្រែង, IPA: [stɘŋ traeːŋ] "River of Reeds"; Lao: ຊຽງແຕງ Xiang Taeng; Thai: เชียงแตง Chiang Taeng "City of Melons"), is a province (khaet) of Cambodia
Cambodia
located in the northeast. It borders the provinces of Ratanakiri to the east, Mondulkiri and Kratie to the south and Kampong Thom and Preah Vihear to the west. Its northern boundary is Cambodia's international border with Laos. The Mekong
Mekong
river crosses the province roughly through the center.Contents1 History 2 Administration 3 Notable people 4 ReferencesHistory[edit] Stung Treng
Stung Treng
was first a part of the Khmer Empire, then the Lao kingdom of Lan Xang
Lan Xang
and later the Lao kingdom of Champassack
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Kampong Thom Province
Kampong Thom (Khmer: កំពង់ធំ, IPA: [kɑmpɔːŋ tʰom], "Great Port") is a province (khaet) of Cambodia. It borders the provinces of Siem Reap to the northwest, Preah Vihear to the north, Stung Treng to the northeast, Kratie to the east, Kampong Cham, Kampong Chhnang to the south, and the Tonle Sap
Tonle Sap
to the west. The provincial capital is Stung Saen, a town of approximately 30,000 people on the banks of the Stung Sen River. Kampong Thom is Cambodia's second largest province by area. There are a number of significant Angkorian
Angkorian
sites in the area, including Prasat Sambor Prei Kuk
Sambor Prei Kuk
and Prasat Andet temples
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Mondulkiri Province
Mondulkiri, officially Mondul Kiri[3] (Khmer: មណ្ឌលគិរី, IPA: [mɔn ˌdɔːl ki ˈriː], "Mountain of Mandala"), is a province (khaet) of Cambodia. Bordering the provinces of Kratié to the west, Stung Treng to the northwest, Ratanakiri to the north and the country of Vietnam
Vietnam
to the east and south, it is the most sparsely populated province in the country despite being the largest in land area. The province was created in 1961 from the eastern part of Kratié Province. The capital is the town of Senmonorom.Contents1 History 2 Geography and environment2.1 Districts 2.2 Waterfalls 2.3 Forests3 Demographics 4 Economy and transportation 5 Culture 6 References 7 External linksHistory[edit] In 1960 Mondulkiri was created out of Kratié Province
Kratié Province
by order of King Norodom Sihanouk
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Oddar Meanchey Province
Oddar Meanchey (Khmer: ឧត្ដរមានជ័យ IPA: [ʔutdɑː miən cɨj]; "Victorious North") is a province (khaet) of Cambodia
Cambodia
located in the remote northwest. It borders the provinces of Banteay Meanchey to the west, Siem Reap to the south and Preah Vihear to the east. Its long northern boundary demarcates part of Cambodia's international border with Thailand
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Pursat Province
Pursat
Pursat
(Khmer: ខេត្តពោធិ៍សាត់, IPA: [poː sat]; "Drifting Bodhi") is a province (khaet) of Cambodia. It is located in the western part of the country and borders clockwise from the north with Battambang
Battambang
Province, the Tonlé Sap, Kampong Chhnang Province, Kampong Speu Province, Koh Kong Province, and Thailand. It is located between the Tonle Sap and the northern end of the Cardamom Mountains. The Pursat
Pursat
River bisects the province, running from the Cardamoms in the west to the Tonle Sap in the east. The fourth largest province of Cambodia
Cambodia
in area, Pursat
Pursat
ranks only 14th in population. The region is accessible by National Highway 5, by boat, rail and by numerous smaller roads
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Prey Veng Province
Prey Veng (Khmer: ខេត្តព្រៃវែង, IPA: [prɨj ʋɛːŋ], "Long Forest") is a province (khaet) of Cambodia. The capital is Prey Veng town. In 2008 it had a total population of 947,357 people. This densely populated agricultural region is located on the east bank of the Mekong
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Pailin Province
Pailin (Khmer: ប៉ៃលិន, Khmer pronunciation: [pai lɨn]) is a province (khaet) in western Cambodia
Cambodia
at the northern edge of the Cardamom Mountains
Cardamom Mountains
near the border o
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Pailin (city)
Pailin (Khmer: ប៉ៃលិន, Khmer pronunciation: [pai lɨn]) is a province (khaet) in western Cambodia
Cambodia
at the northern edge of the Cardamom Mountains
Cardamom Mountains
near the border o
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Kratié Province
Kratié or Kraches (Khmer: ក្រចេះ IPA: [krɑˈceh], "Powder Cosmetic") is a province (khaet) of Cambodia
Cambodia
located in the northeast. It borders Stung Treng to the north, Mondulkiri to the east, Kampong Thom and Kampong Cham to the west, and Tbong Khmum and Vietnam
Vietnam
to the south. The capital of the province is the town of Kratié located in Kratié District.Contents1 History 2 Geography 3 Government 4 Economy and transportation 5 Social issues 6 Health, education, and development 7 Demography 8 Districts 9 References 10 External linksHistory[edit] The area now known as Kratié was part of the early first millennium Kingdom of Funan
Kingdom of Funan
until Funan itself was superseded and absorbed in the 6th century by Chenla
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Koh Kong Province
Koh Kong (Khmer: ខេត្តកោះកុង; IPA: [kɑh koŋ], "Kong Island") is a province (khaet) of Cambodia. The name means "Kŏng Island Province". Its capital is Khemarak Phoumin. The province was called Patchanta Khiri Khet (Thai: ปัจจันตคิรีเขตร; Thai pronunciation: [pàt.tɕan.tàʔ kʰi.riː.kʰèːt]) from 1795 to 1904.Contents1 Geography 2 History 3 Districts 4 Border crossing 5 References 6 External linksGeography[edit] The most southwestern province of Cambodia. Koh Kong has a long undeveloped coastline and a mountainous, forested and largely inaccessible interior which embraces part of the Cardamom Mountains, Cambodia's largest national park (Botum Sakor National Park) and a section of Kirirom National Park
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Kep Province
Kep (កែប) also romanized as Kaeb (Khmer: កែប, "Saddle") formally known as Kep Province
Kep Province
(ខេត្តកែប) is the smallest province (khaet) of Cambodia[2] covering 336 km2 (130 sq mi), with a population of 40,280.[1] It is one of the newest Cambodian provinces, together with Pailin, Sihanoukville and Tboung Khmum, created by Royal Decree on 22 December 2008, which separated Kep municipality from the province of Kampot, as well as adjusting several provincial borders.[3][4] The provincial capital is
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Takéo Province
Takéo (Khmer: ខេត្តតាកែវ, IPA: [taː kaeːw], "Crystal Grandfather") is a province (khaet) of Cambodia. Located in the southwest of Cambodia, Takeo borders the provinces of Kampot to the west, Kampong Speu to the northwest and Kandal to the north and east. Its southern boundary is the international border with Vietnam. The provincial capital, recently known as the provincial town Doun Kaev (formerly called Takéo), is a small city with a population of 39,186. Takéo is often referred to as the "cradle of Khmer civilization" due to the former kingdom of Funan its successor, Water Chenla, being centered in the region.Contents1 Notable people 2 Administration 3 See also 4 ReferencesNotable people[edit]Haing S
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