Kiri Sakor District

Kiri Sakor
District (srok)
Kiri Sakor

Location in Cambodia

Coordinates: 11°0′N 103°10′E / 11.000°N 103.167°E / 11.000; 103.167
Country  Cambodia
Province Koh Kong
Communes 3
Villages 9
Population (1998)[1]
  Total 6,289
Time zone +7
Geocode 0902

Kiri Sakor District (Khmer: ស្រុកគីរីសាគរ) is a district (srok) of Koh Kong Province, in south-western Cambodia. All of Kiri Sakor is part of Botum Sakor National Park since 1993.


The district is subdivided into three khum (communes) and nine phum (villages).

Kiri Sakor[2]
Khum (Commune) Phum (Villages)
Kaoh Sdach Kaoh Sdach, Peam Kay, Preaek Smach
Phnhi Meas Phnhi Meas, Kien Kralanh, Ta Ni
Preaek Khsach Preaek Khsach, Ta Kaev, Yeay Saen

See also


  1. General Population Census of Cambodia, 1998: Village Gazetteer. National Institute of Statistics. February 2000.
  2. Cambodia e-gov "Koh Kong" Accessed June 8, 2008

Coordinates: 11°0′N 103°10′E / 11.000°N 103.167°E / 11.000; 103.167

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