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Basic information about Cambodia
The Khmer Republic (Khmer: សាធារណរដ្ឋខ្មែរ) was the republican government of Cambodia that was formally declared on 9 October 1970. It was replaced in 1975 by the state known as Democratic Kampuchea.The Khmer Republic (Khmer: សាធារណរដ្ឋខ្មែរ) was the republican government of Cambodia that was formally declared on 9 October 1970. It was replaced in 1975 by the state known as Democratic Kampuchea.
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BattambangBattambang (Khmer: បាត់ដំបង, IPA: [ˌɓat ɗɑm ˈɓɑːŋ], \Loss of Staff\) is a province (khaet) of Cambodia located in the far northwest. Bordering provinces are Banteay Meanchey to the north, Pursat to the east and south, Siem Reap to the northeast, and Pailin to the west. The northern and southern extremes of the province's western boundaries form part of the international border with Thailand. In addition, Tonle Sap forms part of the northeastern boundary between Siem Reap and Pursat. Its capital and largest city is Battambang.Show on map
Kampong ChhnangKampong Chhnang (Khmer: ខេត្តកំពង់ឆ្នាំង, IPA: [kɑmpɔːŋ cʰnaːŋ] \Port of Pottery\) is one of the central provinces (khaet) of Cambodia. Neighboring provinces are (from north clockwise) Kampong Thom, Kampong Cham, Kandal, Kampong Speu and Pursat. The capital city of Kampong Chhnang Province is Kampong Chhnang.Show on map
PursatPursat (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 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 River bisects the province, running from the Cardamoms in the west to the Tonle Sap in the east.Show on map
TakeoTakeo (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 Daun Kaev (formerly called Takéo), is a small city with a population of 39,186.Show on map
Svay RiengSvay Rieng (Khmer: ស្វាយរៀង, IPA: [sʋaːj riəŋ] \Aligned Mangoes\) is a province (khaet) of Cambodia. Located in the southeast, the province juts into Vietnam, which surrounds it to the north, east and south. The only other Cambodian province to border Svay Rieng is Prey Veng. The capital is Svay Rieng while the largest city is Bavet, which is the international border between Cambodia and Vietnam.Show on map
Stung TrengStung Treng (Khmer: ស្ទឹងត្រែង) is the capital of Stung Treng Province, Cambodia. It is located in the western part of the Virachey National Park. It is the major city (and capital) of both the district and province and has a population of 29,665 (2009). In Lao, the city's name is known as Xieng Teng. The city is served by Stung Treng Airport, but currently there are no regular commercial services.Show on map
Otar MeancheyOddar Meanchey (Khmer: ឧត្ដរមានជ័យ IPA: [ʔutdɑː miən cɨj], \Victorious Northwest\) is a province (khaet) of 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. The capital is Samraong town.Show on map
Siem ReapSiem Reap (Khmer: សៀមរាប, \Defeat of Siam\) is a province (khaet) of Cambodia. It borders the provinces of Oddar Meanchey to the north, Preah Vihear and Kampong Thom to the east, Battambang to the south, and Banteay Meanchey to the west. Its capital and largest city is Siem Reap.Show on map
RatanakiriRatanakiri (Khmer: រតនគិរី IPA: [ˌreə̯̆ʔ taʔ ˈnaʔ ki ˈriː] \Mountain of Jewels\) is a province (khaet) of Cambodia located in the remote northeast. It borders the provinces of Mondulkiri to the south and Stung Treng to the west and the countries of Laos and Vietnam to the north and east, respectively. The province extends from the mountains of the Annamite Range in the north, across a hilly plateau between the Tonle San and 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.Show on map
Prey VengPrey Veng (Khmer: ខេត្តព្រៃវែង, IPA: [prɨj ʋɛːŋ] \grand forest\ or \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. The name literally means \long forest\ in khmer, but the last great forests have gradually disappeared there over 30 years to provide for agricultural land.Show on map
Preah VihearPreah Vihear (Khmer: ព្រះវិហារ, IPA: [preə̯̆h ʋihiə] \Sacred Sanctuary\) is a province (khaet) of Cambodia. It borders the provinces of Oddar Meanchey and Siem Reap to the west, Kampong Thom to the south and Stung Treng to the east. Its northern boundary forms part of Cambodia's international border with Thailand and Laos. Its capital is Tbeng Meanchey town.Show on map
Phnom PenhPhnom Penh (/pəˈnɔːm ˈpɛn/ or /ˈnɒm ˈpɛn/; Khmer: ភ្នំពេញ, Khmer pronunciation: [pʰnum peɲ]), formerly known as Chaktomuk (Khmer: ចតុមុខ \Four Faces\), is the capital and most populous city of Cambodia. Located on the banks of the Tonlé Sap and Mekong River, Phnom Penh has been the national capital since French colonization of Cambodia, and has grown to become the nation's center of economic and industrial activities, as well as the center of security, politics, cultural heritage, and diplomacy of Cambodia.Show on map
PailinPailin (Khmer: ប៉ៃលិន, Khmer pronunciation: [pai lɨn]) is a province (khaet) in western Cambodia at the northern edge of the Cardamom Mountains near the border of Thailand. This province is surrounded by Battambang Province, and was officially carved out of Battambang to become a separate administrative division after the surrender of the Ieng Sary faction of the Khmer Rouge in 1996. Pailin is known to much of the world for having long been a stronghold of the Khmer Rouge, remaining under their control long after they were defeated in 1979 and serving from 1994 to 1998 as the capital of the \Provisional Government of National Union and National Salvation of Cambodia.\ Within Cambodia Pailin is known for its natural resources, namely, precious gems and logging.Show on map
MondolkiriMondulkiri (Khmer: មណ្ឌលគិរី, IPA: [mɔn ˌdɔːl ki ˈriː] \Mountain of the 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 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.Show on map
KratieKratié or Kraches (Khmer: ក្រចេះ IPA: [krɑˈceh] \Powder Cosmetic\) is a province (khaet) of 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 to the south. The capital of the province is the town of Kratié located in Kratié District.Show on map
KepKep (កែប) also romanized as Kaeb (Khmer: កែប, literally: \Saddle\) formally known as Kep Province (ខេត្តកែប) is the smallest province (khaet) of Cambodia covering 336 km2 (130 sq mi), with a population of 40,280. It is one of the newest Cambodian provinces, together with Pailin and Sihanoukville, created by Royal Decree on 22 December 2008, which separated Kep municipality from the province of Kampot, as well as adjusting several provincial borders. The provincial capital is Kep District and the province contains the Kep National Park.Show on map
Koh KongKoh Kong (Khmer: ខេត្តកោះកុង; IPA: [kɑh koŋ] \Kong Island\) is a province (khaet) of Cambodia. The name means \Kŏng Island Province\. Its capital is Koh Kong. The province was called Patchanta Khirikhet (Thai: ปัจจันตคิรีเขตร; Thai pronunciation: [pàt.tɕan.tàʔ kʰi.riː.kʰèːt]) from 1795 to 1904.Show on map
KandalKandal (Khmer: កណ្ដាល, \Central\) is a province (khaet) of Cambodia located in the southeast portion of the country. It borders the provinces of Prey Veng and Takeo to the west, Kampong Cham to the north, Prey Veng to the east, and shares an international border with Vietnam to the south. Its capital and largest city is Ta Khmao, which is 20 km south of Phnom Penh. Kandal is one of the wealthier provinces in the country.Show on map
KampotKampot (Khmer: ខេត្តកំពត IPA: [kɑmpɔːt]) is a (south west province) province (khaet) of Cambodia. It borders the provinces of Koh Kong and Kampong Speu to the north, Takeo and Kep and Vietnam to the east and Sihanoukville to the west. To its south it has a coastline of around 45 km on the Gulf of Thailand. It is rich in low arable lands and has abundant natural resources. Its capital is Kampot town. Kampot Province had a population of 627,884 in 2010 and consist of eight districts divided into 92 communes with a total of 477 villages. Touk Meas City is located in Kampot Province.Show on map
Kampong ThomKampong Thom (Khmer: កំពង់ធំ, IPA: [kɑmpɔːŋ tʰom] \Grand 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 to the west. The provincial capital is Stung Saen, a town of approximately 30,000 people on the banks of the Stung Sen River.Show on map
Kampong SpeuKampong Speu (Khmer: ខេត្តកំពង់ស្ពឺ, IPA: [kɑmpɔːŋ spɨː] \Port of the Starfruit\) is a province (khaet) of Cambodia. It borders the provinces of Pursat and Kampong Chhnang to the north, Kandal to the east, Takeo to the southeast, Kampot to the south and Koh Kong to the west. Its capital is Kampong Speu town.Show on map
Kampong ChamKampong Cham (Khmer: ខេត្តកំពង់ចាម, IPA: [kɑmpɔːŋ caːm] \Port of the Chams\ ) is a province (khaet) of Cambodia located on the central lowlands of the Mekong River. It borders the provinces of Kampong Chhnang to the west, Kampong Thom and Kratié to the north, Tbong Khmum to the east, and Prey Veng and Kandal to the south. Kampong Cham was officially divided into two provinces on 31 December 2013 in what was seen by many as a political move by the ruling party. All land west of the Mekong remained Kampong Cham while land east of the river became Tbong Khmum province. Prior to this division, Kampong Cham extended eastward to the international border with Vietnam, was the 11th largest province in Cambodia and had a population of 1,680,694, ranked as the second most populated province in the nShow on map
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Banteay MeancheyBanteay Meanchey (Khmer: ខេត្តបន្ទាយមានជ័យ, IPA: [ɓɑntiəj miən cɨj] \Fortress of Victory\) is a province (khaet) of Cambodia located in the far northwest. It borders the provinces of Oddar Meanchey and Siem Reap to the east, Battambang to the south, and shares an international border with Thailand to the west. Its capital and largest city is Serei Saophoan.Show on map
Tboung KhmumTboung 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 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\.Show on map