Synonyms for puok or Related words with puok

tbong              sangkae              krouch              kaev              samraong              tbaeng              ruessei              chambak              chroy              paoy              sambour              khvav              trabaek              chhmar              chrouy              rovieng              angk              kraek              andaeuk              tuek              steung              khsach              beung              lvea              tboung              kouk              thlok              boeng              pongro              chrey              khpos              preaek              khmum              thmar              phsar              changvar              kravan              andoung              stueng              kandal              poun              traeng              krong              prampir              riang              thnal              chhuk              damrei              chrum              rumduol             



Examples of "puok"
Thma Puok is a khum (commune) of Thma Puok District in Banteay Meanchey Province in north-western Cambodia.
The Thma Puok district governor reports to His Excellency Oung Ouen, the Governor of Banteay Meanchey. The following table shows the villages of Thma Puok district by commune.
Angkor Silk Farm is located in Puok District, a 20-minute drive from Siem Reap centre, Cambodia.
Kouk Kakthen is a khum (commune) of Thma Puok District in Banteay Meanchey Province in north-western Cambodia.
Kouk Romiet is a khum (commune) of Thma Puok District in Banteay Meanchey Province in north-western Cambodia.
Kumru is a khum (commune) of Thma Puok District in Banteay Meanchey Province in north-western Cambodia.
Phum Thmei is a khum (commune) of Thma Puok District in Banteay Meanchey Province in north-western Cambodia.
The Boys' Brigade Learning Centre (BBLC) is an educational facility built and maintained by the Boys' Brigade in Proyouth Village, Puok Commune, Cambodia.
John Both Puok (c. 1963 – January 9, 2012) was a South Sudanese politician. After the 2010 election, he served as Minister of Agriculture in the Unity state. Prior to being appointed minister, Puok had served as a member of the Unity state council of the Sudan People's Liberation Movement. He died on January 9, 2012, whilst undergoing treatment for lung cancer in India. He was 48.
Puok District is one of twelve districts in Siem Reap Province, in north-western Cambodia. According to the 1998 census of Cambodia, it had a population of 110,863.
Kouk Samraong is a village in the commune of Banteay Chhmar in Thma Puok District in Banteay Meanchey Province in north-western Cambodia.
In 1988 the province Banteay Meanchey was split off from Battambang, originally consisting of the five districts Mongkol Borei, Thmar Puok, Serei Saophoan, Preah Net Preah and Phnom Srok.
Thma Puok district lies in the far north of the province and shares a border with Sa Kaeo Province of Thailand. Reading from the north clockwise, Thma Puok borders with Amphoe Ta Phraya of Thailand to the north west and Banteay Ampil district of Oddar Meanchey to the north east. The eastern border of the district is shared with Phnom Srok district. To the south, the district shares a border with Svay Chek district. The western border of the district also joins with Ta Phraya district of Sa Kaeo province in Thailand.
The district is subdivided into 6 communes ("khum") and 62 villages ("phum"). According to the 1998 Census, the population of the district was 53,536 persons in 10,860 households in 1998. This population consisted of 26,591 males (49.7%) and 26,945 females (50.3%). With a population of around 50,000 people, Thma Puok has one of the smaller district populations in Banteay Meanchey province. The average household size in Thma Puok is 4.9 persons per household, which is slightly smaller than the rural average for Cambodia (5.2 persons). The sex ratio in the district is 98.7%, with similar numbers of females and males.
Banteay Chhmar () is a commune (khum) in Thma Puok District in Banteay Meanchey province in northwest Cambodia. It is located 63 km north of Sisophon and about 20 km east of the Thai border. The commune of Banteay Chhmar contains 14 villages.
Thma Puok (, "Crumbled Stone") is a district ("Srok") in the north of Banteay Meanchey Province, in north-western Cambodia. The district capital is Thma Puok town located around 42 kilometres north of the provincial capital of Sisophon by road. The district shares a border with Thailand to the west and Oddar Meanchey Province to the north east. No national highway runs through the district but national road 56 from Sisophon to Samraong in Oddar Meanchey province crosses the district from north to south. The district is home to the large temple complex of Banteay Chhmar. The temple was built in the late 12th or early 13th century by Jayavarman VII and is a modest tourist destination.
Artisans Angkor is known as one of the finest silk producers in Cambodia. The company has 23 silk workshops in the Siem Reap province. One site only is open to the public: the Angkor Silk Farm in Puok district (about 20-minute drive from the centre of Siem Reap). Artisans specializing in silk are still trained by a unit of the CEFP called the “National Silk Centre” where the Angkor Silk Farm is located.
The Boys' Brigade Learning Centre (BBLC) was established by the Boys' Brigade in Singapore as part of their community service program, to facilitate youth development in Cambodia in partnership with Cambodian schools, and to build up sufficient leadership for the Cambodian people to run their own Boys' Brigade companies. The BBLC is located at Proyouth Village, Puok Commune, near Siem Reap. Work began in 2003, and the BBLC was dedicated on 10 June 2006 by the Reverend Canon Dr. Louis Tay, the Brigade Chaplain at the time.
Thma Puok is home to the gigantic temple complex of Banteay Chhmar. The temple was commissioned in the 12th Century by Jayavarman VII in honour of four army generals and his son, the Crown Prince Indravarman. The temple complex covers over 500,000 feet (46,500 square meters) and due to its remote location near the Thai border has been a target of significant looting since the 1980s. In the past looters have dismantled entire walls of the temple to remove the carvings and bas reliefs. These treasures are then sold in the illegal antiquities black market.
Two sites are open to the public in Siem Reap: one specializing in crafts located on Stung Thmey Street and the other specializing in silk at the Angkor Silk Farm (20mins drive from Siem Reap centre, in Puok district). Seven shops selling handmade items made by Artisans Angkor can be found in Siem Reap centre, at the Angkor Silk Farm, at the Angkor Café in front of Angkor Wat temple, in Phnom Penh city centre and in Siem Reap and Phnom Penh International Airport as well.