Baribour District

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Baribour
ស្រុកបរិបូណ៌
District (srok)
Baribour is located in Cambodia
Baribour
Baribour
Location in Cambodia
Coordinates: 12°26′N 104°27′E / 12.433°N 104.450°E / 12.433; 104.450
Country  Cambodia
Province Kampong Chhnang
Communes 11
Villages 64
Population (1998)[1]
 • Total 51,516
Time zone +7
Geocode 0401

Baribour District (Khmer: ស្រុកបរិបូណ៌ "Abundance") is a district (srok) in the north of Kampong Chhnang Province, in central Cambodia. The district capital is Baribour town located around 38 kilometres north west of the provincial capital of Kampong Chhnang by road. The district shares a border with Pursat Province to the west and with Kampong Thom Province to the north. The district borders on the Tonle Sap and the Tonle Sap river forms the northern and eastern borders of the district.[2]

The district is easily accessed by road from Kampong Chhnang (38 km) Pursat (55 km) and Phnom Penh (129 km). Baribour District is one of the smallest districts in Kampong Chhnang province by land area and only Chol Kiri District is smaller. However, it has an average district population for the province due to the Tonle Sap and the National Highway. National Highway 5 which begins in Phnom Penh and ends at Poipet bisects the district running from north west to south east. National road 52 begins at the highway at Ponley and runs north to the port of Kampong Preah.[3]

Location[edit]

Baribour district lies in the north of the province and shares a border with Pursat and Kampong Thom provinces. Reading from the north clockwise, Baribour borders with Stoung District of Kampong Thom to the north. The eastern border of the district is shared with Kampong Leaeng district.[4]

Administration[edit]

The district is subdivided into 11 communes (khum) and 64 villages (phum).[5]

Khum (Commune) Phum (Villages)
Anhchanh Rung Anhchanh Rung, Andoung Rovieng, Damrei Koun, Prey Preal, Stueng Thmei, Thlok Chrov
Chhnok Tru Chhnok Tru, Kampong Preah, Seh Slab
Chak Ta Pang, Pou Mreah, Ou Rumchek, Chak, Dangkhau Mau
Khon Rang Snao, Daeum Chreae, Serei, Lbaeuk, Kansaeng, Dak Por, Kok, Popel, Trapeang Pou, Kampong Uor
Kampong Preah Kokir Preaek Spean, Kaoh Ta Mov, Stueng Chrov, Damnak Reach
Melum Srah Kaev, Tuol Thlok, Melum, Kan Yuor, Tuol Roka
Phsar Kbal Thnal, Kamprong, Phsar, Thmei, Chumteav Botrei, Prey Ta Mung, Phniet
Pech Changvar Tang Thnuem, Tang Trapeang, Lvea, Krang Kakaoh, Tuek Chroab, Thnal
Popel Cheang Luong, Ou, Tuol Pou, Kraol Chi, Bos Meas, Sala Khum, Krang Khmaer, Angk
Ponley Ponley, Cheung Khnar, Kaev Lat, Svay Koy, Ou, Cheang Luong
Trapeang Chan Trapeang Chan, Kandal, Sanlang, Kbal Damrei

References[edit]

  1. ^ General Population Census of Cambodia, 1998: Village Gazetteer. National Institute of Statistics. February 2000. pp. 74–75. 
  2. ^ Total Road Atlas of Cambodia 2006 (3rd ed.). Total Cambodge. 2006. p. 42. 
  3. ^ Cambodia Road Network (Version 03-00 ed.). Ministry of Public Works and Transport. 2001. 
  4. ^ "Kampong Chhnang Provincial Resources". Ministry of Commerce. Archived from the original on 2012-04-02. Retrieved 2009-03-31. 
  5. ^ "Kampong Chhnang Administration". Royal Government of Cambodia. Archived from the original on 24 December 2008. Retrieved 2009-01-22. 

Coordinates: 12°26′N 104°27′E / 12.433°N 104.450°E / 12.433; 104.450