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 north-western 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)|
|Tuol Sangkae||Phsar Touch, Tuol Sangkae, Tuol Kouk|
|Svay Pak||La Kambaor, Lu, Svay Pak|
|Kilomaetr Lekh Prammuoy||Kraol Kou, Spean Khpos, Boeng Chhuk|
|Ruessei Kaev||Mittakpheap, Sameakki, Khleang Sang, Boeng Salang|
|Chrang Chamreh Ti Muoy||Phum 1, Phum 2, Phum 3, Phum 4|
|Chrang Chamreh Ti Pir||Phum Ka, Phum Kha Muoy, Phum Kha Pir, Phum Koa|
- "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 174.
- "Map 12. Administrative Areas in Phnom Penh Municipality by District and Commune" (PDF). National Institute of Statistics, Ministry of Planning (Cambodia). 2013-12-31.
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