Synonyms for samraong or Related words with samraong
Examples of "samraong"
Tong District () is a district located in Kampong Speu Province in central Cambodia.
Electricity is common in the provincial capital of
and in other parts of Oddar Meanchey.
(, "impenetrable jungle") is the capital of Oddar Meanchey Province in north-western Cambodia.
is a khum (commune) of Ou Chrov District in Banteay Meanchey Province in north-western Cambodia.
Knong is a khum (commune) of Aek Phnum District in Battambang Province in north-western Cambodia.
(ឃុំចំការសំរោង) is a khum (commune) of Battambang District in Battambang Province in north-western Cambodia.
In 1998, the village of Trapeang
had a population of 112 (55 men and 57 women) in 21 households.
District is a district in Oddar Meanchey province in northern Cambodia. It is the urban part of Oddar Meanchey province. The provincial capital
is also located in the district. According to the 1998 census of Cambodia, it had a population of 22,361.
is a village in the commune of Banteay Chhmar in Thma Puok District in Banteay Meanchey Province in north-western Cambodia.
Borsedth district lies in the south of the province and shares a border with Kampot and Takeo provinces. Reading from the north clockwise, Basedth borders with
Tong district to the north. To the north east is Kong Pisei district. The eastern border of the district is shared with
District of Takeo province. To the south the district shares a border with Tram Kak district of Takeo. The western border of the district joins with Phnom Sruoch district of Kampong Speu.
The district is located in central Cambodia. Neighbouring districts are (from the east clockwise) Odongk,
Tong and Aoral. To the north are the districts Tuek Phos and Sameakki Mean Chey of Kampong Chhnang Province.
Oddar Meanchey ( ; ) is a province ("khaet") of Cambodia located in the remote northwest. It borders the provinces of Banteay Meanchey to the west, Siem Reap to the south and Preah Vihear to the east. Its long northern boundary demarcates part of Cambodia's international border with Thailand. The capital is
Borsedth district is the site of a 2-year climate change project funded by the Global Environment Facility (GEF). The project will rehabilitate several dams in Borsedth and neighbouring
district of Takeo. The dams are vital for rice production and water supply for families in the two districts. The total project cost over two years is 2.5 million U.S. dollars.
Svay Chek (, "Mangoes Bananas") is a district ("srok") in the north of Banteay Meanchey Province, in north-western Cambodia. The district capital is Svay Chek town located around 22 kilometres north of the provincial capital of Sisophon by road. The district shares a border with Thailand to the west. No national highway runs through the district but national road 56 from Sisophon to
in Oddar Meanchey province crosses the district from north to south.
The Chronicle of Samtec Cauva Vamn Juon - one of the 18th and 19th century Cambodian Royal Chronicles - briefly mentions the region as the country was split into 3 parts during a 9-year civil war from 1476 to 1485: "In 1479, Dhammaraja took on the throne at Chatomuk (Phnom Penh) and controlled the provinces of
Tong, Thbong, Kompong Saom, Kampot up to the Bassak, Preah Trapeang, Kramuon Sah, Koh Slaket and Peam"[mouth of the Mekong].
According to the 1998 Census, the population of the district was 108,648 persons in 21,288 households in 1998. This population consisted of 51,175 males (47.1%) and 57,473 females (52.9%). With a population of over 100,000 people, Basedth has the second largest district population in Kampong Speu province. Only
Tong is larger. The average household size in Basedth 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 89.0%, with significantly more females than males.
In 2008, Kampong Leaeng was the site of a diarrhoea epidemic that struck down over 100 people in
Saen commune. As safe potable water sources are rare in the district people had been taking drinking water from stagnant ponds. This contaminated water was believed to have caused the epidemic. Forty six people were affected by the water in the first 24 hours and three days later the toll had risen to 113 people. Medical staff from Kampong Chhnang hospital were dispatched by boat to stay in the commune to provide treatment and monitor those affected. Five people became seriously ill and were hospitalised.
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
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.
Tboung Khmum district lies in the west of the province and is surrounded by other Tboung Khmum districts. Reading from the north clockwise, Tbuong Khmoum borders with Krouch Chhmar district to the north. The eastern border of the district is shared with Dambae and Ponhea Kraek districts. Ponhea Kraek wraps around to the southern border of the district where it joins Ou Reang Ov in the south. The Mekong River forms the western border of the district running from north to south and here the river is part of the district to midstream. Across the Mekong are Koh Suotin, Kampong Cham and Kampong Siem districts of neighboring Kampong Cham Province. The large Mekong island of Kaoh
lies in the center of the district's western border.
O Smach (also O'Smach or Ou Smach, ) is a small Cambodian town on the Thai border in the
District of Oddar Meanchey Province. Until 1999, there were intermittent battles and the area was unsafe as the last remaining Khmer Rouge still had control of nearby Anlong Veng. In 2003 an international border crossing was opened between O Smach and the adjacent town of Chong Chom in Thailand's Surin Province. There has since opened a strip of casinos between the Cambodian and Thai passport control counters, enabling Thais to gamble in Cambodia without needing to go through Cambodian immigration. Gambling is illegal in Thailand and gambling in Cambodia is legal only for foreign passport holders. O Smach is located at the northern terminus of Road 68 which turns north off National Highway 6 at Kravanh in Siem Reap Province.
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