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Provinces in the North Provinces in the North
  1. Oddar Meanchey
  2. Preah Vihear
  3. Rattanakiri
  4. Siem Reap
  5. Stung Treng

L = Lake Tonle Sap
R1 = Mekong River
R2 = Bassac River

Oddar Meanchey
Oddar Meanchey is a province of Cambodia. Phumi Samraong is the capital. Only 2.6% of households in Oddar Meancheay have access to electricity. The province is subdivided into 5 districts.

Preah Vihear
The capital is Phnum Tbeng Meanchey. The province is named after the eponymous temple of Preah Vihear, also known as Prasat Khao Phra Wiharn in Thai, perched on a hilltop with a commanding view of its surroundings. Predating Angkor Wat by 100 years, the history of the temple/fortress is somewhat unclear, but it is known to be dedicated to the god Shiva and thought to have been constructed in the reign of Suryavarman I (1002-50), with further significant additions by Suryavarman II (1113-50).

Due to its location on the border between Cambodia and Thailand, ownership of the area was disputed until 1967, when the International Court of Justice ruled that it belonged to Cambodia which soon after plunged into civil war. The temple opened briefly to the public in 1992, only to be occupied by the Khmer Rouge the next year. It opened again from the Thai side at the end of 1998, and Cambodia completed the construction of a long-awaited access road in 2003. Cambodia allows visa-free day trips from Thailand to the temple. The province is subdivided into 7 districts.

Rattana Kiri
Its capital is Lumphat. Culturally quite different than most of Cambodia. Jungle. Ethnic minorities. Crater lake.The province is subdivided into 9 districts.

Siem Reap
Siemreap is a city and province near the Tonle Sap lake and is the closest city to Angkor of the ancient Khmer empire. The province is subdivided into 12 districts.

Stung Treng
Formerly called Xieng Teng, it was a part of the Lao kingdom of Lan Xang and later the Lao kingdom of Champassack. It was ceded to Cambodia during the period of French Indochina. The province is subdivided into 5 districts.


Provinces in the Center Provinces in the Center
  1. Kampong Chhnang
  2. Kampong Speu
  3. Kampong Thom
  4. Phnnom Penh

L = Lake Tonle Sap
R1 = Mekong River
R2 = Bassac River

Kampong Chhnang
Its capital is Kampong Chhnang. The province is subdivided into 8 districts.

Kampong Speu
Kampong Speu is a province of Cambodia and its captital is Kampong Speul. The province is subdivided into 8 districts.

Kampong Thom
The capital is Kampong Thom. The province is subdivided into 8 districts.

Phnom Penh
Administratively Phnom Penh is a municipality, which is at the same level as the provinces of Cambodia. It is subdivided into 7 districts.


Provinces in the East Provinces in the East
  1. Kampong Cham
  2. Kratie
  3. Mondul Kiri

L = Lake Tonle Sap
R1 = Mekong River
R2 = Bassac River

Kampong Cham
The capital is Kampong Cham. The province is subdivided into 16 districts.

Kratie
Kratie is a province of Cambodia. Its capital is Kratie. It is subdivided into 5 districts.

Mondul Kiri
Senmonorom is its capital. The province is subdivided into 5 districts.


Provinces in the South Provinces in the South
  1. Kampong Som
  2. Kampot
  3. Kandal
  4. Keb
  5. Kaoh Kong
  6. Prey Veng
  7. Svay Rieng
  8. Takeo

L = Lake Tonle Sap
R1 = Mekong River
R2 = Bassac River

Kampong Som
Preah Seihanu (Sihanoukville), formerly known as Kampong Som, is a port city in southern Cambodia on the Gulf of Thailand. The city is an important deep water port for Cambodia and is also becoming a tourist location. The city is named for King Norodom Sihanouk.Administratively Sihanoukville is a municipality, at the same level as a province of Cambodia. The municipality is subdivided into 3 districts.

Kampot
Kampot is a southern province of Cambodia. Its capital is Kampot. The province is subdivided into 8 districts.

Kandal
Its capital is Ta Khmau (lit. Black water). The province completely surrounds, but does not include, the national capital Phnom Penh. The province is subdivided into 11 districts. Keb
Keb (also known as Kep) is a municipality in Cambodia with the status of a province. It is subdivided into two districts.

Kaoh Kong
Koh Kong is a province of Cambodia. Its capital is Krong Koah Kong. The province is subdivided into 8 districts.

Prey Veng
Prey Veng is a province of Cambodia. Its capital is Prey Veng. The province is subdivided into 12 districts.

Svay Rieng
Its capital is Svey Rieng. The province is subdivided into 7 districts.

Takeo
Takeo is a province of Cambodia. The capital is Takeo. The province is subdivided into 10 districts.


Provinces in the West Provinces in the West
  1. Banteay Meanchey
  2. Battambang
  3. Pailin
  4. Pursat

L = Lake Tonle Sap
R1 = Mekong River
R2 = Bassac River

Banteay Meanchey
Banteay Meanchey is a Cambodian province. It is in the northwest of the country, and its capital is Sisophon. The province is subdivided into 8 districts

Battambang
Battambang (also Batdambang) is a province of Cambodia. It is in the northwest of the country, and its capital is Battambang. Cambodia's second-largest city is an elegant riverside town, home to some of the best-preserved colonial architecture in the country. Until recently Battambang was off the map for road travellers, but facilities have recently been improved and it makes a great base for visiting the nearby temples and villages. It's a secondary hub on the overland route between Thailand and Vietnam, and if National Highway 6 from Poipet to Siem Reap is ever upgraded it'll become an even smaller hub.

The network of charming old French shop houses clustered along the riverbank is the real highlight here, and there are a number of wats scattered around the town. The small museum has a collection of Angkorian-era artefacts, and beyond the town there's a number of hilltop temples, yet more wats and a large lake. Battambang is now a smooth, sealed 293km bus or share-taxi ride from the capital.The province is subdivided into 13 districts.

Pailin
Pailin is a city (krong) of Cambodia. Until 2001 Pailin was part of the province Battambang, but was then elevated to city status and thus became a province of its own. The province is divided into two districts

Pursat
Pursat is its capital. The province is subdivided into 6 districts.

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