Synonyms for pursat_province or Related words with pursat_province

battambang_province              kratie_province              kampong_speu_province              banteay_meanchey_province              kampot_province              mondulkiri_province              kampong_thom_province              prey_veng_province              kandal_province              kampong_thom              kampong_chhnang_province              kampong_cham_province              meanchey              kratié_province              pursat              mondulkiri              kravanh              prey_veng              oddar_meanchey_province              battambang              stung_treng_province              srok              savannakhet_province              salavan_province              kratié              puok              kandal              koh_kong              takéo_province              khammouane              memot              pailin              mean_chey              veun_sai              romeas              mongkol_borei              kampong_speu              krakor              preah_vihear              takéo              sekong              svay_chek              មរ              krong              attapeu_province              phongsaly_province              steung              ពង              stung_treng              chhloung             



Examples of "pursat_province"
Antimony (Sb) – found in Sre Peang area, Pursat Province
Chromium (Cr) – found in Sre Peang area, Pursat Province
The film was shot in Pursat province, in Cambodia, between 2010 and 2012.
Phnom Kmoch is a mountain peak in Pursat Province, Cambodia. It is 1,220 meters tall
Phnum Kravanh district () is a district in Pursat Province, Cambodia. In English the name translates to the Cardamom Mountains.
Sampov Meas District () is a district in Pursat Province, Cambodia. The provincial capital of Pursat is located within the district.
Moat Preah is a village in Pursat Province of western Cambodia. The village lies to the south of Tumpor and north-west of Veal Veng.
Krakor District () is a district in Pursat Province, Cambodia. The district capital is Krakor town located 25 kilometres east of the provincial capital, Pursat town.
Mey Norn is a Cambodian politician. He belongs to the Cambodian People's Party and was elected to represent Pursat Province in the National Assembly of Cambodia in 2003.
Ly Thuch is a Cambodian politician. He belongs to the Cambodian People's Party and was elected to represent Pursat Province in the National Assembly of Cambodia in 2003.
Kandieng District () is a district in Pursat Province, Cambodia. The district capital is at Kandieng town located about 12 km from the Provincial capital Pursat.
Veal Veang (or Veal Veng), is a district in Pursat Province, Cambodia. The district capital is Pramoey town located 109 kilometres by road from National Highway Number 5.
Pursat is the capital of Pursat Province, Cambodia. Its name derived from a type of tree. It lies on the Stung Pouthisat River.
Wat Bakan or Bakan Pagoda () is a pagoda in Bakan District of Pursat Province in Cambodia. It is one of the oldest active pagodas in the country.
Chin Bun Sean is a Cambodian politician. He belongs to the Cambodian People's Party and was elected to represent Pursat Province in the National Assembly of Cambodia in 2003.
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").
Pearic peoples include: Samré in Pursat Province; Samray in Battambang; Chong and Chong-Samré in the Trat Province of eastern Thailand; and Chong la and Chong heap, in Chanthaburi Province, Thailand.
Phnom Tumpor is a mountain in Pursat Province of western Cambodia. There is a village nearby named Tumpor that lies on the Stung Pouthisat River. The mountain is part of the Cardamom Range and has an elevation of .
For example in Pursat Province, Cambodia the children were fond of eating undercooked snails or clams of unidentified species sold on the road to their homes after school. It was a source of infection in humans.
Kravanh was born in Pursat province. He grew up in a musical family and was an accordion player. While he was attending college, he was taken by Khmer Rouge soldiers to be killed along with other students and intellectuals.