Synonyms for kampong_speu_province or Related words with kampong_speu_province

battambang_province              kandal_province              kampong_thom_province              kampong_cham_province              kampong_chhnang_province              banteay_meanchey_province              kampot_province              kampong_thom              prey_veng_province              pursat              ពង              oddar_meanchey_province              prey_veng              memot              srok              kandal              battambang              kratié_province              kampong_speu              kampong_chhnang              krong              tboung_khmum              mongkol_borei              attapeu              kratie_province              savannakhet_province              kratié              kampong_cham              oudomxai              takéo_province              banlung              kravanh              chhloung              mean_chey              pursat_province              stung_treng              hà_tĩnh_province              oddar_meanchey              puok              ងត              stung_treng_province              pailin              bokeo              svay_chek              kampong_tralach              មរ              prey_chhor              serei_saophoan              đắk_lắk_province              chroy             



Examples of "kampong_speu_province"
This mountain in located in Aoral District, Kampong Speu Province.
Phnom Sruoch District () is a district located in Kampong Speu Province in central Cambodia.
Krong Chbar Mon () is the capital of Kampong Speu Province in central Cambodia.
Samraong Tong District () is a district located in Kampong Speu Province in central Cambodia.
Thpong District () is a district ("srok") located in Kampong Speu Province in central Cambodia.
He also started mango plantations with TK Orient in Kampong Speu Province.
In was executed by firing squad at Trapeang Kraleung, Kampong Speu Province, in January 1964.
Odongk District () is a district located in Kampong Speu Province in central Cambodia.
Kong Pisei District () is a district located in Kampong Speu Province, in central Cambodia.
Occupying Koh Kong Province and Kampong Speu Province, running in a north-western to south-eastern direction and rising to more than 1,500 meters. The highest mountain of Cambodia, Phnom Aural, at 1,810 meters is located in Aoral District in Kampong Speu Province.
Chbar Mon District () is a district located in Kampong Speu Province in central Cambodia. The provincial capital Chbar Mon city is located within the district.
Aoral District () is a district located in Kampong Speu Province in central Cambodia. It includes Phnom Aural, the highest peak in Cambodia.
He was elected to represent Kampong Speu Province in the National Assembly in 2003. He also served as Second Vice-President of the National Assembly.
Suoy is an endangered Pearic language of Cambodia spoken by a decreasing number of people, mainly older adults. It is spoken in Kampong Speu Province and Pursat Province, in the Phumi Krang Trachak area ("Ethnologue").
Tea is Co-Founder and Director of Asiaware Cambodia, an association with the primary objective to provide support to children in Cambodia, with a focus in the Kampong Speu province.
There are two hills in Kirirom National Park — Phnom Sruoch District and Kampong Speu Province — named after the two heroic princely brothers, Vorvong and Sorvong. Phnom Kong Rei is a local mountain with a Khmer folktale as a reference.
Hem Khorn is a Cambodian politician. He belongs to the Cambodian People's Party and was elected to represent Kampong Speu Province in the National Assembly of Cambodia in 2003.
Nuth Rumdoul is a Cambodian politician. He belongs to the Sam Rainsy Party and was elected to represent Kampong Speu Province in the National Assembly of Cambodia in 2003.
Lu Laysreng (born 1938) one of Cambodia's Deputy Prime Minister as well as the country's Minister of Rural Development. He belongs to Funcinpec and was elected to represent Kampong Speu Province in the National Assembly of Cambodia in 2003.
Amleang () is the largest town in Thpong District of Kampong Speu Province, Cambodia. In 1998, its population was 8,215. The Communist Party of Kampuchea once had their headquarters and a liaison committee based in Amleang.