Provinces Cambodia

The provinces and provincial free cities in Cambodia.

Here is a complete list of provinces and administrative districts.

Banteay Meancheay (Bântéay Méancheăy) province

The province of Bantey Meanchey is located in northwestern Cambodia on the border with Thailand. The provincial capital is called Sisophon.

The province of Bantey Maanchey is divided into eight districts, 64 municipalities and 634 villages:

  • Mongkol Borei
  • Phnum Srok
  • Preah Netr Preah
  • Ou Chrov
  • Serey Sophone City
  • Thma Puok
  • Svay Chek
  • Malaii

Battambang (Bătdâmbâng) province

Battambang is a province of Cambodia with the provincial capital of the same name. The province is located in the northwest of the country on the border with Thailand.

The province of Battambang is divided into 14 administrative districts, 96 municipalities and 741 villages:

  • Banan
  • Thma Koul
  • Bat Dambang
  • Bavel
  • Aek Phnum
  • Moung ruessei
  • Rotanak Mondol
  • Sangkae
  • Samlout
  • Sampov Lun
  • Phnum Proek
  • Kamrieng
  • Koas Krala
  • Rukhakiri

Kampong Cham Province (Kâmpóng Cham)

Kampong Cham is one of the provinces in eastern Cambodia. The provincial capital is also called Kampong Cham.

The province is divided into the following ten districts:

  • Batheay
  • Chamkar Leu
  • Cheung Prey
  • Kampong Cham
  • Kampong Siem
  • Kang Meas
  • Kaoh Soutin
  • Prey Chhor
  • Srey Santhor
  • Stueng Trang

Kampong Chhnang province

Kâmpóng Chhnăng is a province of Cambodia in the center of the country. The provincial capital is also called Kâmpóng Chhnăng.

The province is divided into these eight administrative districts:

  • Baribour
  • Chol Kiri
  • Kampong Chhnang
  • Kampong Leaeng
  • Kampong Tralach
  • Rolea B’ier
  • Sameakki Mean Chey
  • Tuek Phos

Kampong Speu (Kâmpóng Spœ) province

Kampong Speu is a province of Cambodia. Their capital is also called Kampong Speu.

The province consists of the eight districts:

  • Borsedth
  • Chbar Mon
  • Kong Pisei
  • Aoral
  • Odongk
  • Phnum Sruoch
  • Samraong Tong
  • Thpong

Kampong Thom Province (Kâmpóng Thum)

Kampong Thom is one of the provinces in Cambodia with the provincial capital of the same name. The province is bordered to the north by the Tonle Sap and is located approximately in the middle of the country.

The province Kampong Thom with the provincial capital of the same name is divided into eight districts:

  • Baray
  • Kampong Svay
  • Stueng Saen
  • Prasat Balang
  • Prasat Sambour
  • Sandan
  • Santuk
  • Stoung

Kampot province

Kampot is one of the provinces in the Kingdom of Cambodia whose provincial capital is also called Kampot. It is located in the south of the country and has access to the Gulf of Thailand.

The province Kampot (Khmer Kâmpôt) is divided into these eight administrative districts:

  • Angkor Chey
  • Banteay Meas
  • Chhuk
  • Chum Kiri
  • Dang Tong
  • Kampong Trach
  • Teouk Chhou (was until 2008 Kampot district)
  • Kampot Town (was until 2008 district Kampong Bay)

Kandal (Kândal) province

Kândal is a province in Cambodia. The province is surrounded by the provincial capital Phnom Penh, which itself does not belong to the province. The provincial capital of Kandal is called Ta Khmau (“black old man”).

The province of Kândal is divided into eleven districts, which are further subdivided into 146 municipalities and 1087 villages:

  • Kandal Steung
  • Kien Svay
  • Khsach Kandal
  • Koh Thom
  • Leuk Daek
  • Lavear Em
  • Mukh Kamphol
  • Ang Snuol
  • Ponhea Leu
  • S’ang
  • Ta Khmao

Kep (Kêb) province

Kep (Khmer: Kêb) is one of the provinces of Cambodia with the provincial capital of the same name. The province is located on the coast in the south of the country and borders the province of Kampot. The province of Kep also includes some islands in the Gulf of Thailand around Koh Tonsay.

The province Kep consists of two districts, five municipalities and sixteen villages:

  • Sangkat Angkaol
  • Sangkat Ou Krasar
  • Pong Tuek
  • Sangkat Kaeb
  • Sangkat Prey Thum

Koh Kong (Kaôh Kŏng) province

Koh Kong (Khmer Kôh Kŏng) is a province in Cambodia. The provincial capital is called Khemara Phoumin. In general parlance, the provincial capital is also referred to as Koh Kong.

West is the island Koh Kong (“Island Kong”).

The province is divided into eight districts:

  • Botum Sakor
  • Kiri Sakor
  • Kaôh Kŏng
  • Smash Mean Chey
  • Mondol Seima
  • Sre Ambel
  • Thmo Bang
  • Kampong Seila

Kratie (Krâchéh) province

Kratie is also one of the provinces in Cambodia with the same provincial capital.

Kratie is divided into these six districts:

  • Chhloung
  • Kratie
  • Preaek Prasab
  • Sambour
  • Snuol
  • Chet Borei

Mondulkiri province

Mondulkiri (Môndôl Kiri) is a province of Cambodia. The provincial capital is called Senmonorom (Sênmônoŭrôm).

Mondulkiri Province is divided into five districts divided into 21 municipalities and 98 villages:

  • Kaev Seima
  • Kaoh Nheaek
  • Ou Reang
  • Bad luck Chreada
  • Senmonorom

Oddar Meancheay (Ŏtâr Méanchey) province

Oddar Meanchey is a province in northern Cambodia. The provincial capital is called Samraong (Sâmraông).

The province is divided into five districts:

  • Anlong Veng
  • Banteay Ampil
  • Chong Kal
  • Samraong
  • Trapeang Prasat

Pailin province

Pailin (Khmer: Pailĭn) is a province of Cambodia with the same provincial capital. Pailin is located in the west of the country on the northern edge of the Cambodian Cardamom Mountains and borders the province of Battambang and Thailand.

The province Pailin is divided into two districts, eight municipalities and 82 villages:

  • Sangkat Pailin
  • Sangkat Ou Ta Vau
  • Sangkat Tuol Lvea
  • Sangkat Bar Yakha
  • Sala Krau
  • Stueng Trang
  • Stueng Kach
  • Ou Andoung

Phnom Penh (Phnum Pénh) the province free city

Phnom Penh (official name: Phnum Pénh) is the capital of Cambodia.

Pursat (Poŭthĭsăt) province

The province of Pursat is located in southwestern Cambodia, its provincial capital is also called Pursat and is divided into six districts:

  • Bakan
  • Kandieng
  • Krakor
  • Phnum Kravanh
  • Pursat Town
  • Veal Veaeng

Preah Vihear (Preăh Vĭhéar) province

The province of Preah Vihear is located in northern Cambodia and is divided into seven districts:

  • Chey Saen
  • Chhaeb
  • Choam Khsant
  • Kuleaen
  • Rovieng
  • Sangkom Thmei
  • Tbaeng Mean chey

Prey Veng Province (Prey Vêng) Province:

Prey Veng is a province in Cambodia. The provincial capital is also called Prey Veng.

The province is divided into twelve districts:

  • Ba Phnum
  • Kamchay Mear
  • Kampong Trabaek
  • Kanhchriech
  • Me singing
  • Peam choir
  • Peam Ro
  • Pea Reang
  • Preah roof
  • Prey Veng
  • Kampong Leav
  • Sithor Kandal

Ratanakiri (Rôtânăh Kiri) province

Ratanakiri is a province of Cambodia. The provincial capital is called Banlung.
The province is divided into the following nine districts:

  • Andoung Meas
  • Ban Lung
  • Bar Kaev
  • Koun mom
  • Lumphat
  • Ou Chum
  • Ou Ya Dav
  • Ta Veaeng
  • Veun Sai

Siem Reap (Siĕmréab) province

Siem Reap is a Cambodian province. The provincial capital is also called Siem Reap.

The province is divided into 12 districts, 100 municipalities and 907 villages:

  • Angkor Chum
  • Angkor Thum
  • Banteay Srei
  • Chi Kraeng
  • Kralanh
  • Puok
  • Prasat Bakong
  • Siem Reap
  • Soutr Nikom
  • Srei Snam
  • Svay Leu
  • Varin

Sihanoukville (Preăh Seihânŭ) province

Sihanoukville is a province of Cambodia with the provincial capital Sihanoukville. It is located on the coast in the south of the country and borders the provinces Kampong Speu, Kampot and Koh Kong.

The province Sihanoukville consists of four districts, 26 municipalities and 109 villages:

  • Sihanoukville
  • Prey Nob
  • Stueng Hav
  • Kampong Seila

Stung Treng (Stœ̆ng Trêng) province

Stung Treng (official title: Stœ̆ng Trêng) is a province in northeastern Cambodia on the border with Laos. Provincial capital is the eponymous Stung Treng.

Stung Treng is divided into five districts:

  • Sesan
  • Siem Bouk
  • Siem Pang
  • Stueng Traeng
  • Thala Barivat

Svay Rieng (Svay Riĕng) province

Svay Rieng is one of the provinces in Cambodia of the same name as the provincial capital.

Svay Rieng is divided into seven districts:

  • Chanthrea
  • Kampong Rou
  • Romdoul
  • Romea’s Haek
  • Svay chrome
  • Svay Rieng
  • Svay Theab

Takeo (Takêv) province

Takeo is a province in Cambodia. The provincial capital is also called Takeo.

The province is divided into ten districts (districts), 100 municipalities and 1117 villages:

  • Angkor Borei
  • Bathi
  • Bourei Cholsar
  • Kiri Vong
  • Kaoh Andaet
  • Prey Kabbas
  • Samraong
  • Doun Kaev
  • Tram Kak
  • Treang

Tbong Khmum province

Tbong Khmum is a province in eastern Cambodia between the Mekong and the border with Vietnam. The capital is Suong.

The province is divided into the following six districts and the city of Suong:

  • Dambae
  • Krouch Chhma
  • Memot
  • Ou Reang Ov
  • Ponhea Kraek
  • Tboung Khmum
  • City Suong

 

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