Puok District

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Puok
ពួក
District (srok)
Puok is located in Cambodia
Puok
Puok
Location in Cambodia
Coordinates: 13°25′N 103°40′E / 13.417°N 103.667°E / 13.417; 103.667
Country  Cambodia
Province Siem Reap
Time zone +7
Geocode 1707

Puok District is one of twelve districts in Siem Reap Province, in north-western Cambodia. According to the 1998 census of Cambodia, it had a population of 110,863.[2]

Administration [3][edit]

Sangkat (Communes) Krom (Villages)
Sasar Sdam Svay, Sasar Sdam, Kouk Kandal, Kouk Run, Kouk Chas, Pongro Thmei, Kouk Pnov, Kouk Chrey, Khcheay, Kouk Tnaot, Damnak Slanh, Pak Pan, Chan Ta Say, Pongro Chas
Doun Keo Kouk Pnov, Antangkon, Ta Kam, Doun Kaev, Lbaeuk, Tnaot Chrum, Prasat Char, Kouk Pou, Peam, Ta Snae, Kouk Thmei, Rohal, Doun On
Kdei Run Bangkaong, Trapeang Veaeng, Prey Yeang, Ta Pang, Lbaeuk, Kouk Pou, Kdei Run
Keo Poar Kamphem, Prey Danghaeum, Thmei, Roka Yea, Kouk Ruessei, Kouk Pou, Svay Chek, Peam Ta Uor
Khnat Khnat, Pralay, Kouk Snuol, Trameng, Svay, Prey Thlok, Chrolong, Kouk Trach, Ampil Peam, Boeng Khnar, Prey Kmeng, Tuek Thla
Krabei Riel Ta Ros, Roka, Prey Pou, Totea, Krasang, Popis, Trapeang Veaeng, Kouk Doung, Boeng, Prama, Khnar, Prey Krouch
Lvea Kumru, Doun Tro, Stueng Preah Srok, Kouk Srama, Tuol Lvieng, Kouk Thmei, Prohut, Chreas, Lvea, Roka, Preah Angk Trong, Snao
Mukh Paen Ta Trav, Mukh Paen, Trakiet, Kouk Reang, Kouk Run, Sva Huol
Pou Treay Pou, Treay
Puok Puok Chas, Prayut, Kouk Chuon, Kampong Ta Yang, Kouk Srok, Ta Tok, Kouk Doung, Kouk Thmei, Puok Thmei, Chambak He, Ou Ta Prak
Prey Chruk Prey Chruk, Ketteyos, Doun Tok, Svay Chantor, Prasat, Phlang, Prab Mai, Chres, Pradak, Chranieng, Ta Mouk, Pongro
Reul Kouk Veal, Tumrueng, Reul, Trapeang Svay, Trapeang Ruessei, Prolit, K'aek Tum, Rumduol, Kbal Krapeu, Trapeang Thum, Kouk Knang, Kouk Trach, Srah, Sambuor
Samraong Yea Ta Chet, Samraong Yea, Ampil, Prasat, Doun Sva, Prey Veaeng
Tuek Vil Kouk Doung, Sandan, Chrey, Prayut, Banteay Chheu, Tuek Vil, Prei Chas, Tuek Thla, Prei Thmei, Chey
Trei Nhoar Chambak Sa, Kouk Doung, Svay, Ta Hok, Thipakdei, Chuo Chakkrei, Chhuk, Trei Nhoar, Thveas, Trapeang Pring
Yeang Soun Sa, Chong Thnal, Yeang, Sokh San, Kanhchan Kuy

References[edit]

  1. ^ General Population Census of Cambodia, 1998: Village Gazetteer. National Institute of Statistics. February 2000. pp. 239–240. 
  2. ^ "General Population Census of Cambodia 1998, Final Census Results" (PDF). National Institute of Statistics, Ministry of Planning, Cambodia. August 2002. Retrieved 2010-11-25.  See page 226.
  3. ^ "Siem Reap Administration". Royal Government of Cambodia. Archived from the original on 2009-05-27. Retrieved 2009-09-22. 

Coordinates: 13°25′N 103°40′E / 13.417°N 103.667°E / 13.417; 103.667