Veun Sai District
location in Ratanakiri Province
Veun Sai District (Khmer: វើនសៃ) is a district located in Ratanakiri Province, in north-east Cambodia. The town of Veun Sai is located in the district. It is approximately 38 km north by road of Banlung and is located on the Tonlé San River. The headquarters of Virachey National Park are located in the village. The village is populated by Khmers and many ethnic minorities including Kreung, Lao, and Chinese. Across the Tonle San river are a small Lao village and a small Chinese village.
|Khum (commune)||Phum (villages)|
|Ban Pong||Ban Pong, Ban Hvang|
|Hat Pak||Hat Pak, Veun Hay, Lam Poar|
|Ka Choun||Ka Choun Leu, Ka Choun Kraom, Vang, Vay, Tiem Leu, Kok Lak|
|Kaoh Pang||Pa Tang, Lam av, Pa Hay|
|Kaoh Peak||Kaoh Peak, Phak Nam, Khun|
|Kok Lak||La Lai, Rak, La Meuy, Trak|
|Pa Kalan||Pa Kalan, Kampong Cham|
|Phnum Kok||Phnum Kok Lav, Phnum Kok Prov, Kalai Ta Vang, Kalai Sapun, Tiem Kraom|
|Veun Sai||Veun Sai, Pak Kae, I Tub, Thmei, Ka Lan, Kang Nak|
- Lygosoma veunsaiensis first discovered at Veun Sai in 2010.
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