Thành phố Sóc Trăng
Tỉnh Sóc Trăng
Bưu điện Sóc Trăng về đêm.
|• Total||76.1522 km2 (29.4025 sq mi)|
|• Density||2,284/km2 (5,920/sq mi)|
The name is believed to be derived from the Khmer language. The Khmer name for this province is Srok Khleang (ស្រុកឃ្លាំង).
Sóc Trăng City is divided into 10 administrative divisions numbered 1 to 10. The city borders Long Phú District in the east and north, Mỹ Tú District in the west and north, Châu Thành District in the west and Mỹ Xuyên District in the south.
50 of the 200 pagodas in Sóc Trăng Province are located in Sóc Trăng City. Some of the most famous ones are the Khmer Chùa Dơi (Bat Pagoda) and Chùa Đất Sét (Clay Pagoda).
Highway 1 connects the city to Cà Mau in the south, Cần Thơ, Ho Chi Minh City and cities further north. Regular buses run between these cities. The nearest airport is located in Cần Thơ, which is approximately 60 km from the city's center.
- Philipp Rösler, former Vice Chancellor of Germany, born in Sóc Trăng.
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