Synonyms for sampov or Related words with sampov

samraong              andoung              chrey              trapeang              kaoh              thmei              kouk              preaek              boeng              russei              krasang              thnal              angk              pongro              khpos              phnum              tboung              knong              thlok              stueng              sambour              sambuor              praek              lvea              veaeng              thma              chambak              chlangden              tuek              kandal              chhuk              sangkae              kaong              phlov              damnak              phum              rumduol              krouch              ruessei              krong              paoy              kaeut              kandaol              chrum              svay              trabaek              khsach              anlong              tnaot              khang             



Examples of "sampov"
Sampov Loun is a khum (commune) of Sampov Loun District in Battambang Province in north-western Cambodia.
Santepheap is a khum (commune) of Sampov Loun District in Battambang Province in north-western Cambodia.
Sampov Loun District () is a district ("srok") of Battambang Province, in north-western Cambodia.
Phnum Sampov () is a khum (commune) of Banan District in Battambang Province in north-western Cambodia.
Serei Maen Cheay is a khum (commune) of Sampov Loun District in Battambang Province in north-western Cambodia.
Sampov Meas District () is a district in Pursat Province, Cambodia. The provincial capital of Pursat is located within the district.
Ta Sda is a khum (commune) of Sampov Loun District in Battambang Province in north-western Cambodia.
Angkor Ban is a khum (commune) of Sampov Loun District in Battambang Province in north-western Cambodia.
Chrey Sema is a khum (commune) of Sampov Loun District in Battambang Province in north-western Cambodia.
The provincial capital Pursat town is located in Sampov Meas district 188 kilometres from Phnom Penh by road. This is considered to be an urban rather than a rural district. According to the 1998 Census, Sampov Meas district is made up of 7 communes and 64 villages. The population of the district was 57,523 in 10,856 households at the time of the last census.
The relationship of two students who were taught by the same teacher (Ta Esey) for fighting lessons were suddenly split by the fact that each accused the other of being a murderer. Charavann, one of the students who could turn into a crocodile, went under water where he was taught by a water hermit and married two beautiful crocodile girls. He went back to the land in order to seek revenge on Kraitoung, the other student, for killing a woman. One day he took a beautiful daughter of a millionaire, Sompiov Meas, underwater with him, instead of marrying her. However, his two wives refused and put a spell on Sampov Meas. To save Sampov Meas with the intent of marrying her, Kraitoung went underwater to rescue her after many warriors were killed attempting to save the millionaire's daughter. He killed Charavan and his wives for their cruel actions and saved Sampov Meas safely. For his prize, finally, Kraitoung married Sampov Meas, also her sister, Sampov Keav, and lived happily ever after.
Sampov Meas is located in the center of the most populated part of the province. The district is completely surrounded by other districts and is the only district in Pursat that shares no border with another province. North of Sampov Meas lies Kandieng district, while Bakan forms the northeastern and eastern borders. Phnum Kravanh is to the south and Krakor forms the western boundary along National Highway Number Five. This is the smallest district in Pursat province by land area and has the highest population density.
The Pursat River, which begins in the Northern Cardamoms, flows through the center of the district at Pursat town on its way to the Tonle Sap. There are small parks alongside the river where urban residents of Sampov Meas often come to sit in the cool of the evening.
The national highway and the only north-south rail link in the country bisect the district and thus all villages in the district have excellent access to goods and services. The provincial hospital is located in Pursat town and there are numerous schools and other services available. Sampov Meas district also hosts a campus of the University of Management and Economics in the provincial capital.
Bakan shares a border with Battambang Province to the north and the district of Veal Veang to the west. To the south of Bakan are Phnum Kravanh and Sampov Meas districts. Bakan shares its eastern border with Kandieng district. To the northeast Bakan encompasses a portion of the Tonle Sap lake. Three villages in this part of the district are Tonle Sap floating villages. Their location moves depending on the water level in the lake.
Phnum Kravanh shares a border with Veal Veang district to the west and Koh Kong, Kampong Speu and Kampong Chhnang provinces to the south. Bakan and Sampov Meas districts are to the north and Krakor district is on the north eastern boundary. Previously Phnum Kravanh was much larger and stretched to the Thai border. However, in 1997 the western part of the district was taken to form the new district of Veal Veang. Area about 2900-3400 km^2
Kandieng shares a border with the districts of Bakan to the west, Sampov Meas to the south and Krakor to the east. The northern part of the district encompasses a portion of the Tonle Sap lake and there is one settlement on the edge of the lake at Reang Til. This is a Tonle Sap floating village and the location moves depending on the water level in the lake.
Krakor is the easternmost district of Pursat province and borders Kampong Chhnang province to the east. To the north the district encompasses a portion of the Tonle Sap lake and there are several villages on the edge of the lake. These are Tonle Sap floating villages and their location moves depending on the water level in the lake. The districts of Kandieng and Sampov Meas form the eastern border and Phnum Kravanh district lies to the south. The district capital is at Krakor town, which is located on National Highway Number 5 about 160 kilometres by road from Phnom Penh.
Malai District lies in the far west of the province and shares a border with Sa Kaeo Province of Thailand. Reading from the north clockwise, Malai borders with Amphoe Aranyaprathet of Thailand to the north west and Ou Chrov district to the north east. The eastern border of the district is shared with Ou Chrov and Mongkol Borei districts. To the south, the district shares a border with Bavel and Sampov Lun districts of Battambang province. The western border of the district also joins with Aranyaprathet district of Sa Kaeo province in Thailand.