Ek Phnom District

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Ek Phnom
ស្រុកឯកភ្នំ
District (srok)
Country  Cambodia
Province Battambang
Communes 7
Population (1998)[1]
 • Total 65,408
Time zone +7

Ek Phnom (Khmer: ស្រុកឯកភ្នំ, "First Mountain") is a district (srok) of Battambang Province, in north western Cambodia. The name means "only hill" in Khmer.

Administration[edit]

The district is subdivided into 7 communes (khum).[2]

Communes and villages[edit]

Khum (Commune) Phum (Villages)
Preaek Norint Preaek Ta Chraeng, Preaek Krouch, Svay Chrum, Preaek Norint, Sdei, Rohal Suong, Duong Mea, Reach Doun Kaev, Ansang Sak, Preaek Trab
Samraong Knong Samraong Knong, Kampong Sambuor, Samraong Snao, Samraong Ou Trea, Samraong Ta Kok
Preaek Khpob Preaek Snao, Preaek Khpos, Sna Pi Mukh, Khvet, Ou Kambot
Preaek Luong Preaek Luong, Sdei Leu, Sdei Kraom, Rohal Suong, Bak Amraek, Doun Ent, Bak Roteh
Peam Aek Doun Teav, Suos Ei, Peam Aek, Kong Tum, Ka Rohal, Preaek Chdaor, Ta Kom, Kouk Doung
Prey Chas Prey Chas, Peam Seima, Anlong Sandan, Kaoh Chiveang, Bak Prea
Kaoh Chiveang Thvang Kampong Prahok, Anlong Ta Uor, Preaek Toal, Kbal Taol

References[edit]

  1. ^ General Population Census of Cambodia, 1998: Village Gazetteer. National Institute of Statistics. February 2000. pp. 22–23. 
  2. ^ Statistics of the Cambodian Government

Coordinates: 13°05′00″N 103°04′59″E / 13.0833°N 103.0830°E / 13.0833; 103.0830