Communes of Cambodia

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Communes of Cambodia (Khmer: ឃុំ, khum) are the third-level administrative divisions in Cambodia. They are the subdivisions of the districts of Cambodia. Communes can consist of as few as 3 or as many as 30 villages (phum), depending on population.

In 1998 there were a total of 1,609 communes and 13,406 villages in Cambodia.[1] However, according to the 2008 census there are now 1,621 communes in Cambodia and 14,073 villages.[2]


Banteay Meanchey Province[edit]

Battambang Province[edit]

Kampong Cham Province[edit]

Kampong Chhnang Province[edit]

Kampong Speu Province[edit]

Kampong Thom Province[edit]

Kampot Province[edit]

Kandal Province[edit]

Koh Kong Province[edit]

Kratié Province[edit]

Mondulkiri Province[edit]

Oddar Meancheay Province[edit]

Preah Vihear Province[edit]

Prey Veng Province[edit]

Pursat Province[edit]


Siem Reap Province[edit]

Stung Treng Province[edit]

Svay Rieng Province[edit]

Takéo Province[edit]

Kep Province[edit]

Pailin Province[edit]

Phnom Penh Capital City[edit]

Preah Sihanouk Province[edit]

Tbong Khmum Province[edit]


  1. ^ General Population Census of Cambodia, 1998: Village Gazetteer. National Institute of Statistics. February 2000. pp. xi. 
  2. ^ "General Population Census of Cambodia 2008:Provisional Population Totals" (PDF). National Institute of Statistics, Ministry of Planning. August 2008. Retrieved 2009-02-01.