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List of Cambodian districts and sections

This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Cambodia
Foreign relations

This is a list of province or municipality. Each district has a code in parentheses displaying the first two digits as the province and the last two as the district representing that province.

Banteay Meanchey [1]

  1. Mongkol Borei (01-01)
  2. Phnom Srok (01-02)
  3. Preah Netr Preah (01-03)
  4. Ou Chrov (01-04)
  5. Serei Saophoan (01-05)
  6. Thma Puok (01-06)
  7. Svay Chek (01-07)
  8. Malai (01-08)

Battambang [2]

  1. Banan (02-01)
  2. Thma Koul (02-02)
  3. Bat Dambang Battambang (02-03)
  4. Bavel (02-04)
  5. Ek Phnom (02-05)
  6. Moung Ruessi (02-06)
  7. Rotanak Mondol (02-07)
  8. Sangkae (02-08)
  9. Samlout (02-09)
  10. Sampov Loun (02-10)
  11. Phnum Proek (02-11)
  12. Kamrieng (02-12)
  13. Koas Krala (02-13)
  14. RukhaKiri (02-14)

Kampong Cham [3]

  1. Batheay (03-01)
  2. Chamkar Leu (03-02)
  3. Cheung Prey (03-03)
  4. Kampong Cham (03-05)
  5. Kampong Siem (03-06)
  6. Kang Meas (03-07)
  7. Koh Sotin (03-08)
  8. Prey Chhor (03-13)
  9. Srey Santhor (03-14)
  10. Stueng Trang (03-15)

Kampong Chhnang [4]

  1. Baribour (04-01)
  2. Chol Kiri (04-02)
  3. Kampong Chhnang (04-03)
  4. Kampong Leaeng (04-04)
  5. Kampong Tralach (04-05)
  6. Rolea B'ier (04-06)
  7. Sameakki Mean Chey (04-07)
  8. Tuek Phos (04-08)

Kampong Speu [5]

  1. Basedth (05-01)
  2. Chbar Mon (05-02)
  3. Kong Pisei (05-03)
  4. Aoral (05-04)
  5. Odongk (05-05)
  6. Phnom Sruoch (05-06)
  7. Samraong Tong (05-07)
  8. Thpong (05-08)

Kampong Thom [6]

  1. Baray (06-01)
  2. Kampong Svay (06-02)
  3. Stueng Saen (06-03)
  4. Prasat Balangk (06-04)
  5. Prasat Sambour (06-05)
  6. Sandaan (06-06)
  7. Santuk (06-07)
  8. Stoung (06-08)

Kampot [7]

  1. Angkor Chey (07-01)
  2. Banteay Meas (07-02)
  3. Chhuk (07-03)
  4. Chum Kiri (07-04)
  5. Dang Tong (07-05)
  6. Kampong Trach (07-06)
  7. Kampot (07-07)
  8. Kampong Bay (07-08)

Kandal [8]

  1. Kandal Stueng (08-01)
  2. Kien Svay (08-02)
  3. Khsach Kandal (08-03)
  4. Koh Thum (08-04)
  5. Leuk Daek (08-05)
  6. Lvea Aem (08-06)
  7. Mukh Kamphool (08-07)
  8. Angk Snuol (08-08)
  9. Ponhea Leu (08-09)
  10. S'ang (08-10)
  11. Ta Khmau (08-11)

Koh Kong [9]

  1. Botum Sakor (09-01)
  2. Kiri Sakor (09-02)
  3. Koh Kong (09-03)
  4. Smach Mean Chey (09-04)
  5. Mondol Seima (09-05)
  6. Srae Ambel (09-06)
  7. Thma Bang (09-07)

Kratié [10]

  1. Chhloung (10-01)
  2. Kracheh (10-02)
  3. Preaek Prasab (10-03)
  4. Sambour (10-04)
  5. Snuol (10-05)

Mondulkiri [11]

  1. Kaev Seima (11-01)
  2. Kaoh Nheaek (11-02)
  3. Ou Reang (11-03)
  4. Pechr Chenda (11-04)
  5. Saen Monourom (11-05)

Oddar Meancheay [12]

  1. Anlong Veaeng (22-01)
  2. Banteay Ampil (22-02)
  3. Chong Kal (22-03)
  4. Samraong (22-04)
  5. Trapeang Prasat (22-05)

Preah Vihear [13]

  1. Chey Saen (13-01)
  2. Chhaeb (13-02)
  3. Choam Khsant (13-03)
  4. Kuleaen (13-04)
  5. Rovieng (13-05)
  6. Sangkom Thmei (13-06)
  7. Tbaeng Mean Chey (13-07)

Pursat [14]

  1. Bakan (15-01)
  2. Kandieng (15-02)
  3. Krakor (15-03)
  4. Phnum Kravanh (15-04)
  5. Pursat (15-05)
  6. Veal Veaeng (15-06)

Prey Veng [15]

  1. Ba Phnum (14-01)
  2. Kamchay Mear (14-02)
  3. Kampong Trabaek (14-03)
  4. Kanhchriech (14-04)
  5. Me Sang (14-05)
  6. Peam Chor (14-06)
  7. Peam Ro (14-07)
  8. Pea Reang (14-08)
  9. Preah Sdach (14-09)
  10. Prey Veaeng (14-10)
  11. Kampong Leav (14-11)
  12. Sithor Kandal (14-12)

Ratanakiri [16]

  1. Andoung Meas (16-01)
  2. Banlung (16-02)
  3. Bar Kaev (16-03)
  4. Koun Mom (16-04)
  5. Lumphat (16-05)
  6. Ou Chum (16-06)
  7. Ou Ya Dav (16-07)
  8. Ta Veaeng (16-08)
  9. Veun Sai (16-09)

Siem Reap [17]

  1. Angkor Chum (17-01)
  2. Angkor Thom (17-02)
  3. Banteay Srei (17-03)
  4. Chi Kraeng (17-04)
  5. Kralanh (17-05)
  6. Puok (17-06)
  7. Prasat Bakong (17-07)
  8. Siem Reap (17-08)
  9. Sout Nikom (17-09)
  10. Srei Snam (17-10)
  11. Svay Leu (17-11)
  12. Varin (17-12)

Stung Treng [18]

  1. Sesan (19-01)
  2. Siem Bouk (19-02)
  3. Siem Pang (19-03)
  4. Stung Treng (19-04)
  5. Thala Barivat (19-05)

Svay Rieng [19]

  1. Chantrea (20-01)
  2. Kampong Rou (20-02)
  3. Rumduol (20-03)
  4. Romeas Haek (20-04)
  5. Svay Chrum (20-05)
  6. Svay Rieng (20-06)
  7. Svay Teab (20-07)

Takéo [20]

  1. Angkor Borei (21-01)
  2. Bati (21-02)
  3. Bourei Cholsar (21-03)
  4. Kiri Vong (21-04)
  5. Kaoh Andaet (21-05)
  6. Prey Kabbas (21-06)
  7. Samraong (21-07)
  8. Doun Kaev (21-08)
  9. Tram Kak (21-09)
  10. Treang (21-10)

Kep [21]

  1. Damnak Chang'aeur (23-01)
  2. Kep (23-02)

Pailin[22]

  1. Pailin (24-01)
  2. Sala Krau (24-02)

Phnom Penh, ((Capital) Municipality of) [23]

  1. Chamkarmon (12-01)
  2. Daun Penh (12-02)
  3. Prampir Makara (12-03)
  4. Toul Kork (12-04)
  5. Dangkor (12-05)
  6. Meanchey (12-06)
  7. Russey Keo (12-07)
  8. Sen Sok (12-08)
  9. Por Sen Chey (20-12)
  10. Chbar Ampov ()
  11. Chroy Changvar ()
  12. Praek Phnov ()

Preah Sihanouk [24]

  1. Mittakpheap (18-01)
  2. Prey Nob (18-02)
  3. Stueng Hav (18-03)
  4. Kampong Seila (18-04)

Tbong Khmum

  1. Dambae
  2. Krouch Chhma
  3. Memot
  4. Ou Reang Ov
  5. Ponhea Kraek
  6. Tbuong Khmum
  7. Suong City

References

  1. ^ "Banteay Meanchey Administration". Royal Government of Cambodia. Retrieved 2009-09-20. 
  2. ^ "BattamBang Administration". Royal Government of Cambodia. Retrieved 2009-09-20. 
  3. ^ "Kampong Cham Administration". Royal Government of Cambodia. Retrieved 2009-09-20. 
  4. ^ "Kampong Chhnang Administration". Royal Government of Cambodia. Retrieved 2009-09-20. 
  5. ^ "Kampong Speu Administration". Royal Government of Cambodia. Retrieved 2009-09-20. 
  6. ^ "Kampong Thom Administration". Royal Government of Cambodia. Retrieved 2009-09-20. 
  7. ^ "Kampot Administration". Royal Government of Cambodia. Retrieved 2009-09-20. 
  8. ^ "Kandal Administration". Royal Government of Cambodia. Retrieved 2009-09-20. 
  9. ^ "Koh Kong Administration". Royal Government of Cambodia. Retrieved 2009-09-20. 
  10. ^ "Kratie Administration". Royal Government of Cambodia. Retrieved 2009-09-20. 
  11. ^ "Mondol Kiri Administration". Royal Government of Cambodia. Retrieved 2009-09-20. 
  12. ^ "Oudor MeanChey Administration". Royal Government of Cambodia. Retrieved 2009-09-20. 
  13. ^ "Preah Vihear Administration". Royal Government of Cambodia. Retrieved 2009-09-20. 
  14. ^ "Pursat Administration". Royal Government of Cambodia. Retrieved 2009-09-20. 
  15. ^ "Prey Veng Administration". Royal Government of Cambodia. Retrieved 2009-09-20. 
  16. ^ "RatanaKiri Administration". Royal Government of Cambodia. Retrieved 2009-09-20. 
  17. ^ "Siem Reap Administration". Royal Government of Cambodia. Retrieved 2009-09-20. 
  18. ^ "Stung Treng Administration". Royal Government of Cambodia. Retrieved 2009-09-20. 
  19. ^ "Svay Rieng Administration". Royal Government of Cambodia. Retrieved 2009-09-20. 
  20. ^ "Takeo Administration". Royal Government of Cambodia. Retrieved 2009-09-20. 
  21. ^ "Krong Kep Administration". Royal Government of Cambodia. Retrieved 2009-09-20. 
  22. ^ "Krong Pailin Administration". Royal Government of Cambodia. Retrieved 2009-09-20. 
  23. ^ "Phnom Penh Administration". Royal Government of Cambodia. Retrieved 2009-09-20. 
  24. ^ "Krong Preah Sihanouk Administration". Royal Government of Cambodia. Retrieved 2009-09-20. 

External links

  • Provinces of Cambodia at statoids.com
  • Districts of Cambodia at statoids.com
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