Synonyms for trapeang or Related words with trapeang

chrey              kouk              samraong              andoung              thmei              preaek              boeng              stueng              pongro              angk              chhuk              thnal              ruessei              kaoh              lvea              phnum              thlok              krasang              chambak              tuek              tboung              khpos              praek              veaeng              chrum              knong              sambour              damnak              rumduol              paoy              kandal              sangkae              thnong              kandaol              srey              kakaoh              tnaot              sampov              chlangden              kbal              thma              trabaek              tbaeng              sralau              russei              krouch              khnar              beung              svay              phum             



Examples of "trapeang"
The Vietnamese behead him. His remains are in Preah Trapeang (Tra Vinh).
In was executed by firing squad at Trapeang Kraleung, Kampong Speu Province, in January 1964.
In 1998, the village of Trapeang Samraong had a population of 112 (55 men and 57 women) in 21 households.
Trapeang Prasat District is a district in Oddar Meanchey province in northern Cambodia. According to the 2008 census of Cambodia, it had a population of 25,533.
Bakan District () is a district in Pursat Province, Cambodia. The district capital is at Trapeang Chong located on National Highway 5 around 15 kilometres north of the provincial capital at Pursat town.
Chavay Kuy (), also known as Oknha Son Kuy (), was a governor of Trapeang Province (now Tra Vinh). He was beheaded in 1821 by the Vietnamese in order that the Khmer Krom may practice their religion and culture.
He worked as a governor in Trapeang province under the Cambodian king, because Kampuchea Krom was not divided from Kampuchea proper. Oknha Son Kuy joined the national service at age 20. The Vietnamese came and oppressed the Khmers in what is now Southern Vietnam. Oknha Son Kuy had 5 close associates in arms: Phuchhuoy (or District Administrator) Kong, Mr.Meun Ek, Mr. Ta Mong, Mr. Tesa Saom (some called him Ansa Saom) and Mr. Ta Mono Ros. They courageously fought to deter the invading Vietnamese army alongside Oknha Son Kuy. Oknha Son Kuy was married in Preah Trapeang Provincial City to Miss Phoeun, daughter of Khmer farmers.
The district is easily accessed by road from Kampong Cham city, Kratié or Tây Ninh. The Krek Rubber plantation covers much of the northern part of the district. There is an official international border crossing 13 kilometres south east of the district capital at Trapeang Phlong. Ponhea Kreak town lies on National Highway 7 between Tboung Khmum and Kratié.
It is located in the Mekong Delta region, which is in the Southern part of Vietnam. The city has many famous Khmer pagodas, due to the large number of Khmer Krom, Cambodian people there. Under the Republic of Vietnam, it was the provincial capital of a province with a population of 51,535. The name of the city in Khmer is Preah Trapeang (ព្រះត្រពាំង).
National Highway 7 or National Road No.7 (10007) () is one of the national highways of Cambodia. With a length of 509.17 km it connects Skuon with Trapeang Kreal, international border checkpoint with Laos. It is part of Asian Highway Network and of the connection by road between Phnom Penh and Vientiane, joining Route 13 in Laos leading north along the Mekong to Luang Prabang.
The national highway and the only north-south rail link in the country bisect the district and thus most villages have comparatively good access to goods and services. There is a district Hospital at Boeng Khnar and the provincial capital and higher level services are only a short distance away. There is an active market that spills over onto the highway at Trapeang Chong and this combined with the recent resurfacing of the highway has led to increased traffic accidents and road fatalities.
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 Samraong Tong, Thbong, Kompong Saom, Kampot up to the Bassak, Preah Trapeang, Kramuon Sah, Koh Slaket and Peam"[mouth of the Mekong].
south of the double-sanctuary Prasat Thom/Prang is a basin dug into the earth with a length of . It has steps of laterite on all sides. During the rainy season the water is standing to a depth of . The Trapeang Andong Preng does not belong to a temple. But it could have been a royal bath, because near this place was once the wooden palace of the king.
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 Catumukh (Phnom Penh) and controlled the provinces of Samrong Tong, Thpong, Kompong Saom, Kampot up to the Bassak, Preah Trapeang, Kramuon Sar, Koh Slaket and Peam".
The district is easily accessed by road from Kampong Cham or Kratié. Though there are numerous smaller roads within the district that cross the border into Vietnam, there is no official international border crossing within the district. The closest official crossing is south east of the district capital at Trapeang Phlong in Ponhea Kraek District. Memot town lies on National Highway 7 near the midpoint between Kampong Cham and Kratié.