Synonyms for tuek_phos or Related words with tuek_phos

kampong_siem              svay_chek              kampong_tralach              preah_netr_preah              rolea_ier              ou_chrov              thpong              dambae              basedth              chhloung              mongkol_borei              banteay_meanchey_province              thma_koul              chol_kiri              khmom              kandieng              tbong              batheay              aoral              kang_meas              tboung_khmum              mueang_uttaradit              chamkar_leu              serei_saophoan              thma_puok              memot              kampong_speu_province              phum_villages              ເມ              krouch_chhmar              veun_sai              đrăk              phanna_nikhom              ponhea_kraek              oddar_meanchey_province              sruoch              ou_reang_ov              sameakki              kampong_thom_province              rovieng              prey_chhor              kampong_leaeng              phnom_srok              mae_taeng              amleang              nong_khaem              ksach              chroy              khum_commune              si_songkhram             



Examples of "tuek_phos"
Tuek Phos is a small town and capital of Tuek Phos District in Kampong Chhnang Province, Cambodia.
The district is subdivided into 8 communes ("khum") and 67 villages ("phum"). The Tuek Phos district governor reports to His Excellency Touch Marim, the Governor of Kampong Chhnang. The following table shows the villages of Tuek Phos district by commune.
Phumĭ Phsa Rôméas is a small town in Tuek Phos District in Kampong Chhnang Province, Cambodia.
Tuek Phos District (; literally "Emerging Water") is a district ("srok") in the west of Kampong Chhnang Province, in central Cambodia. The district capital is Tuek Phos town located on the rail line some 28 kilometres south west of the provincial capital of Kampong Chhnang by road. The district shares a border with Pursat and Kampong Speu provinces to the west. The National Railway line from Phnom Penh to Sisophon runs through the district entering in the south and exiting in the north west.
The district is located in central Cambodia. Neighbouring districts are (from the east clockwise) Odongk, Samraong Tong and Aoral. To the north are the districts Tuek Phos and Sameakki Mean Chey of Kampong Chhnang Province.
Sameakki Mean Chey district lies in the south of the province and shares a border with Kandal and Kampong Speu provinces. Reading from the north clockwise, Sameakki Mean Chey borders with Tuek Phos district to the north and Rolea B'ier District to the north east. The eastern border of the district is shared with Kampong Tralach district. To the south the district shares a border with Odongk and Thpong districts of Kampong Speu province. The western border of the district joins with Tuek Phos district of Kampong Chhnang.
According to the 1998 Census, the population of the district was 45,950 persons in 9,416 households in 1998. This population consisted of 21,789 males (47.4%) and 24,161 females (52.6%). With a population of over 45,000 people, Tuek Phos has an average district population for Kampong Chhnang province. The average household size in Tuek Phos is 4.9 persons per household, which is lower than the rural average for Cambodia (5.2 persons). The sex ratio in the district is 90.2%, with significantly more females than males.
Tuek Phos district lies in the west of the province and shares a border with Pursat and Kampong Speu provinces. Reading from the north clockwise, Tuek Phos borders with Krakor district of Pursat to the north. The eastern border of the district is shared with Baribour and Rolea B'ier districts. To the south the district shares a border with Sameakki Mean Chey district. The western border of the district joins with Thpong and Aoral districts of Kampong Speu and Phnum Kravanh district of Pursat.
The district has significant road infrastructure and National Highway 5, which runs from Phnom Penh to Poipet, crosses the district running roughly from north to south. Rolea B'ier District is one of the largest districts in Kampong Chhnang province by land area and has by far the largest district population due to well irrigated land and good transport infrastructure. National Road 53, which runs from the provincial capital to Romeas in Tuek Phos district, crosses the district diagonally running from north east to south west. National Road 145 starts at Phlov Veay within the district and runs to a terminus at the rail head at Phnum Ta Sam in Tuek Phos district. Numerous smaller tertiary roads run either from the highway or to the nearby national railway line.
Rolea B'ier district lies in the center of the province and does not share a border with any other provinces. Reading from the north clockwise, Rolea B'ier borders with Baribour district to the north and Kampong Leaeng District to the north east. The eastern border of the district is shared with Kampong Chhnang and Chol Kiri districts. To the south the district shares a border with Kampong Tralach district. The western border of the district joins with Tuek Phos district of Kampong Chhnang.
On 8 January 2000 Pheapimex Co. Ltd was granted two large land concessions covering a total of 315,028 hectares to grow eucalyptus in Pursat and Kampong Chhnang provinces. The massive concession includes most of the land area of Tuek Phos district. The company is now trying to sell the entire 176,000 hectare Kampong Chhnang land concession through an internet real estate listing by a Singapore-based holding company as a potential bio-diesel plantation.
The district has access to significant transport infrastructure and National Highway 5 which runs from Phnom Penh to Poipet forms the south eastern border of the district. Three smaller provincial roads cross the district from the National highway to the rail line running roughly east to west. National Road 138 starts at Kampong Tralach town and runs across the district to its terminus at Chleb in Tuek Phos district. Numerous smaller tertiary roads run either to the nearby national railway line or to the National highway.
The district is a significant transportation hub for both road and water transport. Kampong Chhnang is the smallest district in Kampong Chhnang province by land area but is densely populated. National Highway 5 which runs from Phnom Penh to Poipet in Banteay Meanchey enters the district in the south and exits to the north west. National Road 53 begins here and runs south west to meet the National Railway line at Romeas in Tuek Phos district. Numerous smaller provincial roads begin in the centre of the district. One of these runs north east for 2 kilometres to Kampong Chhnang Port in Phsar Chhnang commune.
Kampong Tralach district lies in the south east of the province and shares a border with Kandal and Kampong Cham provinces. Reading from the north clockwise, Kampong Tralach borders with Rolea B'ier district to the north and Chol Kiri District to the north west. The eastern border of the district is shared with Batheay district of Kampong Cham province. To the south the district shares a border with Ponhea Leu district of Kandal province. The western border of the district joins with Sameakki Mean Chey and Tuek Phos districts of Kampong Chhnang.
The district has very little road infrastructure. There is one provincial ring road that circles the small mountains in the district's south. This road is accessible from National Highway 6 in Stueng Saen District of Kampong Thom. Settlements are located along this road or along the Tonle Sap river and various smaller tributaries. Kampong Leaeng District is the second largest district in Kampong Chhnang province by land area and only Tuek Phos is larger. However, it has the smallest district population in the province after Chol Kiri due to its flooded landscape and lack of road transport infrastructure.
The district has significant road infrastructure and National Highway 5 which runs from Phnom Penh to Poipet crosses the district from north to south. Kampong Tralach District is one of the smaller districts in Kampong Chhnang province by land area but has one of the largest district populations in the province due to well irrigated land and good transport infrastructure. National Road 138 starts at Kampong Tralach and runs across the district to its terminus at Chleb in Tuek Phos district. Numerous smaller tertiary roads run either to the nearby national railway line or to the Tonle Sap.
The eastern side of the railway line crossing the district has access to significant road infrastructure and is quite well populated. To the west of the railway there are few settlements and the foothills of Phnom Aural rise in the north west, although the peak itself is just over the border in Pursat Province. The northwestern edge of the district forms part of the Phnom Aural Wildlife Sanctuary. National Road 53 from Kampong Chhnang town to Romeas terminates in the district as does National Road 138 from Kampong Tralach to Cheab. National Road 142 begins at Tuek Phos town and runs south west to Spean Dach in Kampong Speu province. Numerous smaller tertiary roads run from the national railway line to the National highway.