Cambodia

Cambodia

Cambodia - Phone Numbers
Calling code + 855
Internet Domain name TLD - .kh
Cambodia
TRC Telecommunication Regulator of Cambodia
Royal Government of Cambodia. Foreign Embassies
Kingdom of Cambodia - ព្រះរាជាណាចក្រកម្ពុជា -
Preăh Réachéa Anachâk Kâmpŭchéa
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Flag - Coat of arms
Motto :CambodiaMotto.svg
"Nation, Religion, King"
Anthem :Nokoreach
Royal Kingdom
Location of Cambodia (green)in ASEAN (dark grey) — [Legend]
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Capital
(and largest city) - Phnom Penh
Map Latitude : 11°33′N - Longitude : 104°55′E - 11.55°N 104.917°E - 11.55;104.917 - -
Official language(s) - Khmer
Official script - Khmer script
People : - Khmer or Cambodian
Government : Constitutional monarchy , Parliamentary , representative democracy
Monarch - Norodom Sihamoni
Prime Minister - Hun Sen
Legislature - Parliament
Upper House - Senate
Lower House - National Assembly
Independence from France - November 9, 1953 - Khmer Republic March 18, 1970 - Monarchy Restored on September 24, 1993
Area Total : 181,035 km (69,898 sq mi)
Water (%) - 2.5
Population : 2010 estimate - 14,805,000 - 1 ] - - (66th
2008 census - 13,388,910 - Density : 81.8/km (125th)
211.8/sq mi
GDP = Purchasing power parity PPP : 2009 estimate - Total : $28.092 billion - Per capita : $2,084
GDP (nominal) - 2009 estimate - Total : $11.453 billion - Per capita : $805
Currency : Cambodian Riel (KHR)
Time zone : - (UTC) +7) -
The Kingdom of Cambodia, formerly known as Kampuchea, Khmer :ព្រះរាជាណាចក្រកម្ពុជា - or Preăh Réachéa Nachâk Kâmpŭchéa - , derived from Sanskrit Kambujadesa - (कम्बोजदेश - )), is a country in Southeast Asia that borders Thailand to the west and northwest, Laos to the north, Vietnam to the east, and the Gulf of Thailand to the south. The geography of Cambodia is dominated by the Mekong River (Khmer :Tonle Thom - (ទន្លេធំ - ) or "the great river") and the Tonlé Sap (ទន្លេសាប - ;"the fresh water lake").
The kingdom is a constitutional monarchy with Norodom Sihamoni as king who has reign since 2004. Phnom Penh is the kingdom's capital and largest city, and is the center of political, commercial, industrial and cultural activities. Siem Reap, a city located near the famous ruins of Angkor Wat is the gateway to the Angkor region, and is Cambodia's main destination for tourism. Battambang, the largest city in western Cambodia, is known for its rice production, and Sihanoukville, a coastal city, is the primary sea port and beach resort.
King of Cambodia, Norodom Sihanouk Official website of former King Norodom Sihanouk(French
Cambodia.gov.kh. Archived from the original on 2006-10-05. http://web.archive.org/web/20061005044434/www.cambodia.gov.kh/unisql1/egov/english/home.view.html - . -
Khmer culture - the portal of Cambodia
Cambodia Tribunal Monitor
Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation
Cambodia e-Visa, Applying Travel Visa Online
Marine Conservation in Cambodia
Cambodian Center for Human Rights (CCHR)
Cambodia Human Rights Portal (Sithi)
Information of Cambodia - Where to go, stay and eat.
Administrative divisions of Cambodia
Capital (Reach Theani) and Provinces (Khaet) are Cambodia's First-level administrative divisions. Cambodian areas are divided into 23 provinces and the capital. Municipalities, Districts (Srok) and Khan are the second-level administrative divisions of Cambodia. The provinces are divided into 26 municipalities and 159 districts, and the capital is divided into 8 khan. The districts in turn are further divided into communes (khum) and sangkat. The municipalities and khan are divided into sangkat.
City or province - Area km² (sq mi)
Capital of Phnom Penh - 290 - 112
Kandal Province - 3,568 - 1,378
Takeo Province - 3,563 - 1,376
Kampong Cham Province - 9,799 - 3,783
Kampong Thom Province - 13,814 - 5,334
Siem Reap Province - 10,299 - 3,976
Preah Vihear Province - 13,788 - 5,324
Oddar Meancheay Province - 6,158 - 2,378
Banteay Meanchey Province - 6,679 - 2,579
Battambang Province - 11,072 - 4,275
Pailin Province - 803 - 310
Pursat Province - 12,692 - 4,900
Kampong Chhnang Province - 5,521 - 2,132
Kampong Speu Province - 7,017 - 2,709
Koh Kong Province - 11,160 - 4,309
Sihanoukville Province - 868 - 335
Kampot Province - 4,873.2 - 1,881.6
Kep Province - 335.8 - 129.7
Prey Veng Province - 4,883 - 1,885
Svay Rieng Province - 2,966 - 1,145
Kratie Province - 11,094 - 4,283
Stung Treng Province - 11,092 - 4,283
Ratanakiri Province - 10,782 - 4,163
Mondulkiri Province - 14,288 - 5,517
Tonlé Sap - 3,000 - 1,158
TOTAL AREA : 181,035 - 69,898
On 22 December 2008, King Norodom Sihamoni signed a Royal Decree that changed the municipalities of Kep, Pail - Sihanoukville into provinces, as well as adjusting several provincial borders.
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