Russey Keo District
Russey Keo (Khmer: ខណ្ឌឬស្សីកែវ, "Crystal Bamboo"), also spelled Russei Keo, is a district (Khan) in the municipality of Phnom Penh, Cambodia. This district consists of the northern and northwestern outskirts of the main city of Phnom Penh, stretching from the Dangkor District in the west to the Tonle Sap River in the east. It is the second-largest district of Phnom Penh and covers an area of 105.56 km². According to the 1998 census of Cambodia, it had a population of 180,076.
Camko City is an urban development zone being developed by a consortium spearheaded by World City Co., Ltd of South Korea in the Russey Keo district. It has a projected investment valued at $2.063 billion. This mix-use development zone will have residential and commercial areas including health facilities, sports complex, educational institutions, cultural and convention center.
|Sangkat (communes)||Krom (villages)|
|Khmuonh||Khmuonh, Banla S'et, Samraong, Anlong Kngan, Trapeagrag, Trapeagragthmei, Sensoktimoy, Sensoktipir, Sensoktibei, Sensokti4, Sensokti5, Sensokti6, Sensokti7|
|Tuol Sangkae||Phsar Touch, Tuol Sangkae, Tuol Kouk|
|Svay Pak||La Kambaor, Lu, Svay Pak|
|Kiloumaetr Lekh Prammuoy||Kraol Kou, Spean Khpos, Boeng Chhuk|
|Phnom Penh Thmei||Chres, Poung Peay, Damnak, Bayab, Phnom Penh Thmei, Roung Chakr, Tumnob, Dei Thmei, Kouk Khleang, Trapeagsvay|
|Ruessei Keo||Mittakpheap, Sameakki, Khleang Sang, Boeng Salang|
|Tuek Thla||Ou Baek K'am, Trapeang Chhuk, Slaeng Roleung, Phsar Tuek Thla, Se Pe Se, Bourei Muoy Roy Khnang, Chong Thnal Khang Kaeut, Chong Thnal Khang Lech, Tuek Thla|
|Preaek Lieb||Kien Khleang, Preaek Lieb, Bak Khaeng, Khtor|
|Preaek Ta Sek||Preaek Ta Roatn, Preaek Ta Kong, Preaek Reang, Preaek Ta Sek, Daeum Kor|
|Chrouy Changva||Phum Ti Muoy, Phum Ti Pir, Phum Ti Bei, Daeum Kor, Kien Khleang|
|Chrang Chamreh Muoy||Phum 1, Phum 2, Phum 3, Phum 4|
|Chrang Chamreh Pir||Phum Ka, Phum Kha Muoy, Phum Kha Pir, Phum Koa|
- "General Population Census of Cambodia 1998, Final Census Results". National Institute of Statistics, Ministry of Planning, Cambodia. August 2002. Retrieved 2010-11-25. See page 174.
- "Phnom Penh Administration". Royal Government of Cambodia. Retrieved 2009-09-20.
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