Synonyms for khmum or Related words with khmum

tboung              tbong              kandal              pursat              kraek              meanchey              bokeo              krong              sekong              chhmar              bolikhamsai              krouch              speu              oddar              veaeng              phongsali              phongsaly              puok              steung              samraong              krasang              kratie              battambang              srok              louang              phayao              svay              kaev              stueng              houaphanh              loei              kouk              sambour              trapeang              kalasin              chanthaburi              tuek              memot              chhnang              tralach              narathiwat              andoung              pailin              boeng              preaek              anlong              chaiyaphum              ruessei              waeng              riang             



Examples of "khmum"
The Tboung Khmum district governor reports to His Excellency, the Governor of Tboung Khmum Province. The following table shows the villages of Tboung Khmum district by commune.
Dambae District () is a district ("srok") of Tboung Khmum Province, Cambodia.
Tboung Khmum District () is a district ("srok") located in Tboung Khmum Province, Cambodia. The district capital is Tboung Khmom town located around 20 kilometres east of the provincial capital of Kampong Cham by road. Tboung Khmum was formerly a central district of Kampong Cham before Tboung Khmum Province was formed from land formerly part of Kampong Cham. The district shares no borders with other provinces and is home to the huge Chup Rubber plantation. The plantation covers much of the land area of the district and contributes a large proportion to the district and provincial economy.
Krong Suong District () is a district ("srok") of Tboung Khmum Province, Cambodia.
Ponhea Kraek district is a southern district in Tboung Khmum Province and shares a border with both Vietnam and Prey Veng Province. Reading from the north clockwise, Ponhea Kraek shares a border with Dambae district to the north. The eastern border of the district is shared with Memot District of Tboung Khmum and the Vietnamese Province of Tây Ninh, which also wraps around to the southern district border. To the south are Kamchay Mear and Kanhchriech districts of Prey Veng. The western border of the district abuts Ou Reang Ov and Tboung Khmum districts of Tboung Khmum province.
Kouk Khmum () is a khum (commune) of Thma Koul District in Battambang Province in north-western Cambodia.
Formerly part of Kampong Cham Province, Dambae is one of six districts that were split off to form the new province of Tboung Khmum on 31 December 2013. The Dambae district governor reports to the Governor of Tboung Khmum. The following table shows the villages of Dambae district by commune.
The district is easily accessed by road from Kampong Cham city, Kratie or Prey Veng. Tboung Khmum is one of the largest districts in Tboung Khmum Province both by land area and by population, and only Memot district has a larger area. National Highway 7 bisects the district running from east to west. National Highway 11 runs from Nhek Loeung in Prey Veng Province and ends at Slab Kadoung on National Highway 7 in Tboung Khmum district. National road 73 begins near the eastern border of the district and runs north to Chhloung town in Chhloung District in Kratie.
Kampong Cham is primarily lowlands. The main river is the Mekong River which forms the eastern border of the province, separating it from Tbong Khmum province.
The Ou Reang Ov district governor reports to His Excellency, the Governor of Tboung Khmum. The following table shows the villages of Ou Reang Ov district by commune.
The district is subdivided into 14 communes ("khum") and 194 villages ("phum"). According to the 1998 Census, the population of the district was 214,780 persons in 41,624 households in 1998. With a population of over 200,000 people, Tboung Khmum district has the largest district populations in Tboung Khmum province by a large margin. The average household size in Tboung Khmum is 5.1 persons per household, which is slightly lower than the rural average for Cambodia (5.2 persons). The sex ratio in the district is 94.4%, with significantly more females than males.
The city is connected to the district of Tbong khmum by the Kizuna bridge, the first in Cambodia to span the Mekong.
Krong Suong () is the capital and largest city of Tboung Khmum Province. It was part of Kampong Cham Province prior to its division in 2014.
The Ponhea Kraek district governor reports to His Excellency, the Governor of Tboung Khmum. The following table shows the villages of Ponhea Kraek district by commune.
Ponhea Kraek District () is a district ("srok") located in Tboung Khmum Province, Cambodia. The district capital is Ponhea Kraek town located around 48 kilometres east of the provincial capital of Kampong Cham by road. Ponhea Kraek is a border district and the city of Tây Ninh in Vietnam is around 57 kilometres away by road. The district also lies on the border between Tboung Khmum and Prey Veng Province.
Memot district is the most easterly district in Tboung Khmum Province and shares a border with Vietnam. Reading from the north clockwise, Memot shares a border with Preaek Prasab and Snuol districts of Kratié Province to the north. The eastern border of the district is shared with the Vietnamese Province of Bình Phước, while Tây Ninh Province of Vietnam is to the south. The western border of the district abuts Ponhea Kraek and Dambae districts of Tboung Khmum province.
Ou Reang Ov District () is a district ("srok") located in Tboung Khmum Province, Cambodia. The district capital is Ou Reang Ov town located around 30 kilometres south of the provincial capital of Kampong Cham by road. Ou Reang Ov lies on the border where Tboung Khmum, Kampong Cham and Prey Veng provinces meet; the town of Prey Veng is only 42 kilometres away by road.
Tboung Khmum (, , ) 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".
On 31 December 2013, King Norodom Sihamoni signed a Royal Decree that split Kampong Cham into two provinces: Kampong Cham (west of the Mekong river) and Tbong Khmum (east of the Mekong river).
Kratié or Kraches ( , ) 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.