Tuol Kouk District
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Tuol Kouk (Khmer: ទួលគោក "Ground Hill") is a district (Khan) in the city of Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Tuol Kouk is well known for the large villas in its northern part of the district. This district is subdivided into 10 Sangkats and 143 Kroms. The district has an area of 7.99 km². According to the 1998 census of Cambodia, it had a population of 154,968.
Toul Kouk district contains a mixture of villas, small wooden houses, commercial warehouses and NGO offices (including Live and Learn Environmental Education). The Toul Kouk intersection at street 298 and Confederation de la Russie is the primary entrance to the Toul Kouk district and marks the eastern extreme of the Royal University of Phnom Penh main campus. The ministries of Defense, Rural Development and Women's Affairs and a variety of commercial enterprises are located along the main roads in Toul Kouk.
Postal Code of Tuol Kouk District (12150)
|1||Boeng Kak Ti Muoy||12151|
|2||Boeng Kak Ti Pir||12152|
|3||Phsar Depou Ti Muoy||12153|
|4||Phsar Depou Ti Pir||12154|
|5||Phsar Depou Ti Bei||12155|
|6||Tuek L'ak Ti Muoy||12156|
|7||Tuek L'ak Ti Pir||12157|
|8||Tuek L'ak Ti Bei||12158|
|9||Phsar Daeum Kor||12159|
- "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.
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