Synonyms for sangkae or Related words with sangkae

lvea              pongro              chrey              samraong              ruessei              boeng              preaek              kouk              andoung              angk              stueng              thlok              paoy              trapeang              chambak              chhuk              krouch              tbaeng              phnum              thnal              sambour              trabaek              khpos              tnaot              kbal              damrei              kaev              rumduol              thmei              prampir              kaeut              khnar              khvav              chrum              praek              beung              khsach              kandaol              traeng              krasang              knong              tboung              kaoh              damnak              kakaoh              tumnob              veaeng              tuek              chrouy              slaeng             



Examples of "sangkae"
Ta Pon () is a khum (commune) of Sangkae District in Battambang Province in north-western Cambodia.
Roka () is a khum (commune) of Sangkae District in Battambang Province in north-western Cambodia.
Kampong Preah () is a khum (commune) of Sangkae District in Battambang Province in north-western Cambodia.
Kampong Preang () is a khum (commune) of Sangkae District in Battambang Province in north-western Cambodia.
Ou Dambang Pir ( is a khum (commune) of Sangkae District in Battambang Province in north-western Cambodia.
Sangkae District is a district ("srok") within Battambang Province, in north-western Cambodia.
Anlong Vil () is a khum (commune) of Sangkae District in Battambang Province in north-western Cambodia.
Norea () is a khum (commune) of Sangkae District in Battambang Province in north-western Cambodia.
Reang Kesei () is a khum (commune) of Sangkae District in Battambang Province in north-western Cambodia.
Ou Dambang Muoy () is a khum (commune) of Sangkae District in Battambang Province in north-western Cambodia.
Voat Ta Muem () is a khum (commune) of Sangkae District in Battambang Province in north-western Cambodia.
Battambang was established as an important trading city with around 2,500 residents in the 18th century. The population was centred along a single road parallel to the Sangkae River ("Stung Sangkae"). In 1795 Siam (modern-day Thailand) annexed much of north western Cambodia including the current provinces of Banteay Meanchey, Battambang, Oddar Meanchey, Pailin, and Siem Reap into the province of Inner Cambodia. The Siamese ruled Battambang as a provincial capital through the Thai-speaking Khmer Aphaiwong family, a branch of the Khmer royal family, which governed for six generations until 1907 when the province was ceded to the French to be reunited with Cambodia as part of the French Indochina colony.
A 94-hectare plot earmarked for the development will require the filling in of part of Pong Peay Lake, which is located between Phnom Penh Thmey village in Sen Sok district and Tuol Sangkae commune in Russey Keo near the Ly Yong Phat bridge.
The city is situated on the Sangkae River, a tranquil, small body of water that winds its way picturesquely through Battambang Province. As with much of Cambodia, French Colonial architecture is a notable aspect of the city, with some of the best-preserved examples in the country.
There is also (except during the lowest water levels of the dry season) a daily boat connection between Battambang and Siem Reap via the Sangkae River. Since the buses are faster and cheaper, the scenic trip is nowadays used mainly by tourists and some locals who live along the river.
The Sangkhae River (also spelled Stung Sangkae or Stung Sangké) is one of the main rivers in Battambang Province in north western Cambodia. The Sangker River is approximately long. It flows through 6 districts and 27 communes in Battambang province before draining into the Tonlé Sap lake. The average depth of the river, based on raw data provided by the Battambang's Department of Water Resource (2013) is during the dry season and during the wet season .
Bunchhoeun spent many days in hospital in Norway, succumbing to cancer on 17 April 2016. He is survived by his wife, Uch Kolab and several of his children residing in Europe. His only wish to have his urn placed near Sangkae river where he sat and wrote his novels in his younger years was granted by the mayor of Battambang. The mayor was quoted as saying that Bunchhoeun's memorial statue may also be constructed by the Battambang authorities provided that the residents supported such a move.
Kong Bunchhoeun (Khmer: គង្គ ប៊ុនឈឿន; 18 October 1939 – 17 April 2016) was a Khmer writer, novelist, songwriter, filmmaker, painter, and poet. Bunchhoeun composed more than 200 songs between the 1960s and the 1970s and contributed to “Golden Age” of films and songs in Cambodia. He composed a number of hit songs for Cambodia's greatest singer of all time, Sinn Sisamouth and the contemporary vocalist and singer Preap Sovath. Most of his work touched upon his hometown of Battambang, earning him the pen name “Master Poet of Sangkae River”.
Following colonization by the French, an urban layout was developed which resulted in an enlarged French colonial town. This first attempt at modernization resulted in well-defined streets laid in a grid pattern, building of urban structures and three main streets parallel to the Sangkae River, and the linking of both banks by the construction of two bridges in 1917. Military and prison facilities were also erected. Nineteen years later, a second urban development plan was implemented with a newly constructed railway linking Battambang to Phnom Penh. The urban structures were extended to the west of the town creating urban hubs oriented around the railway station. The large residential villas and public buildings built during this period of French development significantly changed the landscape of the previously remote city. A subsequent third urban development plan for Battambang involved the north, east and south of the city. This vast undertaking, which required long-term planning to integrate all of the previous work, resulted in a modern provincial capital that was by far the most developed region of Cambodia outside of Phnom Penh.