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district governor is Mr. Meas Tuok. He reports to His Excellency Hun Neng, the Governor of Kampong Cham. The following table shows the villages of
district by commune.
District () is a district ("srok") located in Kampong Cham Province, Cambodia. The district capital is Prey Totueng town located around 29 kilometres east of the provincial capital of Kampong Cham and 95 kilometres north west of Phnom Penh by road.
is a central district of Kampong Cham and is surrounded by other Kampong Cham districts.
district is a central district of Kampong Cham Province. Reading from the north clockwise,
shares a border with Baray District of Kampong Thom Province and Chamkar Leu District of Kampong Cham to the north. Chamkar Leu continues down to the eastern border of the district where the border with Kampong Siem district begins. To the south is Kang Meas District and the western border of the district is shared with Cheung Prey district.
The district is subdivided into 15 communes ("khum") and 176 villages ("phum"). According to the 1998 Census, the population of the district was 127,683 persons in 24,892 households in 1998. With a population of over 120,000 people,
district has the second largest district population in Kampong Cham province after Tbong Kmom District. The average household size in
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 93.5%, with significantly more females than males.
Cheung Prey district is in eastern Kampong Cham Province. Reading from the north clockwise, Cheung Prey shares a border with Baray District of Kampong Thom Province to the north and the district of
to the east. To the south of Batheay is Kang Meas District and Batheay District forms the western border.
Reading from the north clockwise, Chamkar Leu shares a border with Kampong Thom Province to the north and the district of Stueng Trang to the east. To the south of Chamkar Leu are Kampong Siem (south east) and
(south west) districts. Chamkar Leu shares its western border with Baray District of Kampong Thom province.
The district is easily accessed by road from Kampong Cham city, Phnom Penh and Kampong Thom. The district capital is a busy market town that lies at an important crossroads. It lies on National Highway 7 between Phnom Penh and Kampong Cham. National road 70 to Kang Meas begins at the district capital and National road 62 begins in
and links National Highway 7 with National Highway 6 to Kampong Thom and the north.
district is home to Tuk Chhar resort, a recreation area of natural and historic attractions popular with local and international visitors. The area includes a natural spring of 3 cubic metres. The water from the spring is used to generate hydroelectric power and the run-off area is a popular swimming site. Also nearby are several ancient temples called Preah Theat Teuk Chhar. These temples were constructed in AD 1005, during the reign of King Suryavarman I.
The district is subdivided into 8 communes ("khum") and 85 villages ("phum"). According to the 1998 Census, the population of the district was 125,862 persons in 24,338 households in 1998. With a population of well over 100,000 people, Chamkar Leu is the third most populous district in Kampong Cham province, after Tbong Khmum and
. The average household size in Chamkar Leu is 5.2 persons per household, slightly larger than the rural average for Cambodia (5.1 persons). The sex ratio in the district is 95.5%, with more females than males.
Kang Meas district is in south western Kampong Cham Province. Reading from the north clockwise, Kang Meas shares a border with Cheung Prey and
districts to the north and the district of Kampong Siem to the east. The Mekong River forms the southern boundary of the district and the district boundary includes the river itself to midstream. The Mekong island of Kaoh Andaet is also part of the district. Across the river to the south are Koh Southin and Srei Santhor districts. To the east are Ksach Kandal and Mukh Kampul districts of Kandal Province and Batheay District of Kampong Cham to the north east.
Hu Nim was born in 1932 (25 July 1932 according to some sources) in the village of Korkor, Kampong Siem District, Kampong Cham Province to a Sino-Khmer family. Unlike many of his later colleagues in the Party intelligentsia, he came from a poor background. In his 'confession' "I would like to report to the Party about my history", extracted under torture at Tuol Sleng, Nim was to relate that "my father, Hou, died in 1936 when I was just six years old. I then lived in the care of my mother, named Sorn, a poor peasant. She earned her living by offering household services to people". His mother, who remarried a landless peasant farmer, eventually sent him to live with Sam Khor at a pagoda in Mien,
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