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Miss Grand Cambodia
Established27 July 2015; 7 years ago (2015-07-27)
FounderBoonkerd Angamnuaysiri
TypeBeauty pageant
HeadquartersPhnom Penh
Location
Membership
Miss Grand International
Official language
Khmer
President
Sokunthea Im
National Director
Sokunthea Im
Vice president
Sarapich Som
Project director
Sokpoly Voeun
Parent organization
  • BKA Entertainment (2014 – 2019)
  • Mohahang Production (2020–2022)
  • HK7 Co., Ltd. (2023–Present)

Miss Grand Cambodia (Khmer: ល់កញ្ញាឯកដ៏អស្ចារ្យនៃកម្ពុជា) is an annual female beauty pageant in Cambodia, founded in 2015 by BKA Entertainment chaired by a Thai businessperson in Cambodia Boonkerd Angamnuaysiri (Thai: บุญเกิด อังอำนวยศิริ),[1] the finalists of the contest have been sent to participate in various international contests including its parent stage, Miss Grand International.[2] In present Miss Grand Cambodia has been managing by Sokunthea Im, HK7 Co., Ltd. Also known as a National director and president of Miss Grand Cambodia 2023 support by Sarapich Som as a Vice president and Sokpoly Voeun as a Project director of Miss Grand Cambodia 2023. The pageant patent was transferred to a Phnom Penh-based event organizer managed by Sophin In in 2020, Mohahang Production,[3][4] and then to a cosmetics and dietary supplement retailer, HK 7 Co., Ltd.,[5] headed by Sokunthea Im, in 2023.[5][6]

During 2015-2019, the competition was aired on MYTV,[1][7][8] but later changed to the Royal Cambodian Armed Forces Television [id] (TV5) after Mohahang Production had acquired the license in 2020.[9]

Since the establishment of Miss Grand International, to date, Cambodian representatives have never won the contest. However, two placements was recorded in 2020 and 2021, when Chily Tevy and Sothida Pokimtheng were placed among the top 20 and top 10 finalists, respectively.[10][11][12]

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Background

Dy Sorakheta (left) and Lika Dy (right), the last two standing of the Miss Grand Cambodia 2018 pageant, of which, Lika Dy was named the winner.

History

After the first participation at Miss Grand International by the appointed representative Tim Srey Niet in 2014, the Cambodian licensee subsequently ran its first competition in the following year. The contest was held at Nagaworld Hotel Grand Ballroom, which functioned as the final venue of the Miss Grand Cambodia pageant from 2015 – 2019,[7][13][14][15] featuring 24 national finalists directly chosen by the national organizer, of which, a 22-year-old third-year medical student Seng Polvithavy was announced the winner,[1][16] and the pageant was held annually since then.[7][13][14][15]

BKA Entertainment lost the contest license to Mohahang Production in 2020,[4] after failing to send the 2019 titleholder, Det Sreyneat, to participate at Miss Grand International 2019 in Venezuela, as a result of insufficient time to prepare the documents for the visa application; the winner was crowned on late September, but the international pageant was launched on early October.[17] Such an incident also happened in 2016.[18]

Under the management of Mohahang Production, the pageant result was canceled in 2020, when the original winner, Seng Rotha, opted not to compete in the international pageant and renounced the title.[19][20] Furthermore, the first runner-up, Lim Sotheavy, also refused to take over the title due to the health conditions,[20][21] which causes the organizer to file a lawsuit against them for not fulfilling the agreement,[22] and subsequently appointed Chily Tevy, the second runner-up, to join the international pageant instead.[20]

In 2023, Ms. Sokunthea Im, owner of HK7 Co., Ltd. in collaboration with D-Creator, was legally licensed to host Miss grand cambodia 2023, recognized and publicly announced by miss grand international on January 2, 2023.[23] Miss grand cambodia 2023 Directed by Sokunthea Im as an National Director, involve by Sarapich Som[24] as Vice President and Sokpoly Voeun CEO of d-creator as Project Director, make this show more bigger than all previous years.

Editions

The following list is the edition detail of the Miss Grand Cambodia contest, since its inception in 2015.

Year Edition Date Final venue Host Province Entrants Ref.
2015 1st 27 July Nagaworld Hotel Grand Ballroom Phnom Penh 24 [1]
2016 2nd 30 June 25 [1][13]
2017 3rd 17 August 18 [7][8]
2018 4th 13 September 27 [14]
2019 5th 19 September 29 [15][25]
2020 6th 26 September The Premier Center Sen Sok 28 [26][27]
2021 7th 10 October AEON Mall, Sen Sok City 25 [28][29]
2022 8th 27 August The Union of Youth Federations of Cambodia 35 [30]
2023 9th 1 January The Penthouse Resident Nokor Ballroom 25

Selection of contestants

Under the management of BKA Entertainment, the national aspirants for its first five editions were directly chosen by the central organizer based in Phnom Penh.[15] However, after the pageant license was transferred to a new organizer, Mohahang Production, in 2020, an attempt to distribute to the provincial organs has been observed ever since.[31] Moreover, Cambodian overseas, such as Khmer Krom, Khmer Loeu, French-Cambodians, etc., have been allowed to participate in the contest with independent sash title since 2020,[31][32][33] nevertheless, most of the candidates were still directly selected and appointed the provincial titles by the national organizer due to a lacking of regional licensees.[34]

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Miss Grand International

Miss Grand International

Miss Grand International is a beauty pageant franchise based in Thailand. It consists of the annual national pageant Miss Grand Thailand, as well as the international competition Miss Grand International, to which participating rights are licensed to organizers in other countries.

Miss Grand International 2019

Miss Grand International 2019

Miss Grand International 2019 is the 7th edition of Miss Grand International pageant, was held on October 25, 2019, at Poliedro de Caracas in Caracas, Venezuela, where for the first time in the pageant history the host country delegate won the crown. The nineteen-year-old Valentina Figuera was the first Venezuelan representative to win the title since the establishment of the contest. As was normal for the event, she was crowned by her immediate predecessor, Clara Sosa of Paraguay.

Phnom Penh

Phnom Penh

Phnom Penh is the capital and most populous city of Cambodia. It has been the national capital since the French protectorate of Cambodia and has grown to become the nation's primate city and its economic, industrial, and cultural centre.

Miss Grand Cambodia 2022

Miss Grand Cambodia 2022

Miss Grand Cambodia 2022 was the eighth edition of the Miss Grand Cambodia beauty contest, held on 27 August 2022 at the Union of Youth Federations of Cambodia in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Miss Grand Cambodia 2021 Pokimtheng Sothida crowned her successor, Saravody Pich Votey at the end of the event.

Khmer people

Khmer people

The Khmer people are a Southeast Asian ethnic group native to Cambodia. They comprise over 90% of Cambodia's population of 17 million. They speak the Khmer language, which is part of the larger Austroasiatic-language family found in parts of Southeast Asia, parts of central, eastern, and northeastern India, parts of Bangladesh in South Asia, in parts of Southern China and numerous islands in the Indian Ocean.

Khmer Krom

Khmer Krom

The Khmer Krom are ethnically Khmer people living in or from the region of Tây Nam Bộ, the south western part of Vietnam. In Vietnam, they are recognized as one of Vietnam's fifty-three ethnic minorities: Vietnamese: Người Khmer and Người Miên.

Khmer Loeu

Khmer Loeu

The Khmer Loeu is the collective name given to the various indigenous ethnic groups residing in the highlands of Cambodia. The Khmer Loeu are found mainly in the northeastern provinces of Ratanakiri, Stung Treng, and Mondulkiri. Most of the highland groups are Mon-Khmer peoples and are distantly related, to one degree or another, to the Khmer. Two of the Khmer Loeu groups are Chamic peoples, a branch of the Austronesian peoples, and have a very different linguistic and cultural background. The Mon–Khmer-speaking tribes are the aboriginal inhabitants of mainland Southeast Asia, their ancestors having trickled into the area from the northwest during the prehistoric metal ages. The Austronesian-speaking groups, Rade and Jarai, are descendants of the Malayo-Polynesian peoples who came to what is now coastal Vietnam, saw the rise and fall of their Champa kingdoms, and then migrated west over the Annamite Range, dispersing between the Mon–Khmer groups.

Cambodians in France

Cambodians in France

Cambodians in France consist of ethnic Khmer people who were born in or immigrated to France. The population as of 2020 was estimated to be about 500,000, making the community one of the largest in the Cambodian diaspora. The Cambodian population in France is the most established outside Southeast Asia, with a presence dating to well before the Vietnam War and subsequent Indochina refugee crisis.

Titleholders

Early era: No provincial titles

Year Miss Grand Cambodia Runners-up Ref.
1st runner-up 2nd runner-up 3rd runner-up 4th runner-up
2014 Nou Tim Srey Niet No runners-up, the representative was appointed. [35]
2015 Seng Polvithavy Kim Katiyak Kanha Srey Sathyaphoung Not assigned Not assigned [16]
2016 Heng Chantha Bun Leakhena Chea Gechheang Song Chev Vichheka Chev Thavory [13]
2017 Khloem Sreykea Nhert Sophea Mony Monyta John Sotima Not assigned [7]
2018 Lika Dy Dy Sorakheta Lim Sophealidet Sarith Lyka Chhom Phally [14]
2019 Det Sreyneat San Siev Ling San Siev Ling Not assigned Not assigned [25]

Current era: Provincial titles assigned

Year Miss Grand Cambodia Runners-up Ref.
1st runner-up 2nd runner-up 3rd runner-up 4th runner-up
2020 Kampong Thom – Seng Rotha Sihanoukville – Lim Sotheavy Banteay Meanchey – Chily Tevy Battambang – Vuth Tidavin Cambodian French – Sarom Chantha [2][36][37]
Banteay Meanchey – Chily Tevy Battambang – Vuth Tidavin Cambodian in French – Sarom Chantha Kandal – Morn Rany Kampong Chhnang – Khat Sreychan [26]
2021 Battambang – Sothida Pokimtheng Kampong Cham – Leakena In Preah Sihanouk – Em Kunthong Kampot – Keo Senglyhour Kampong Chhnang – Sok Ratcharakorn [28][29]
2022 Preah Sihanouk – Pich Votey Sarvody Cambodian Vietnamese – Soriyan Hang Battambang – Naly Lim Ratanakiri – Sreylin Keo Cambodian Thais – Reaksa Rean [38]
Winner gallery

International competition

Current Franchises
Membership Year
Miss Grand International 2014–present
Miss Earth 2022–present
Miss Supranational 2022–present
Miss Global 2022–present
Miss Interglobal 2022–present
Miss Polo International 2022–present
Former Franchise
Membership Year
Miss International 2017

The main finalists of the Miss Grand Cambodia pageant have been sent to represent the country in various international contests, the following is a list of international contests, with participants from Miss Grand Cambodia as contestants based on the year the pageant was held.

Colors key
  •   Declared as the winner
  •   Ended as a runner-up (Top 5)
  •   Ended as a finalist (Top 10/13/15/16)
  •   Ended as a semi-finalist (Top 20/21/25/30)
  •   Unplaced
Year Contestant Original national title International competition Ref.
Pageant Result
2023 Naly Lim 2nd runner-up Miss Grand Cambodia 2022 Miss Global 2023
  • TBD
Sreylin Keo 3rd runner-up Miss Grand Cambodia 2022 Miss Interglobal 2023
  • TBD
Reaksa Rean 4th runner-up Miss Grand Cambodia 2022 Miss Polo International 2023
  • TBD
2022 Sok Ratcharakorn 4th runner-up Miss Grand Cambodia 2021 Miss Polo International 2022
  • TBD
Soriyan Hang 1st runner-up Miss Grand Cambodia 2022 Miss Earth 2022 Did not compete
Keo Senglyhour 3rd runner-up Miss Grand Cambodia 2021 Miss Interglobal 2022
  • TBD
Pich Votey Saravody Miss Grand Cambodia 2022 Miss Grand International 2022
  • 5th Runner-up
Leakena In 1st runner-up Miss Grand Cambodia 2021 Miss Supranational 2022
  • Unplaced
Em Kunthong 2nd runner-up Miss Grand Cambodia 2021 Miss Global 2022
  • Unplaced
2021 Pokimtheng Sothida Miss Grand Cambodia 2021 Miss Grand International 2021 [id]
  • Top 10
[11][12]
2020 Chily Tevy Miss Grand Cambodia 2020 Miss Grand International 2020 [id]
  • Top 20
  • Country of the Year
[39]
2018 Lika Dy Miss Grand Cambodia 2018 Miss Grand International 2018 [id]
  • Unplaced
[40][41]
2017 Khloem Sreykea Miss Grand Cambodia 2017 Miss Grand International 2017 [id]
  • Unplaced
[8][42]
Nheat Sophea 1st runner-up Miss Grand Cambodia 2017 Miss International 2017
  • Unplaced
2015 Seng Polvithavy Miss Grand Cambodia 2015 Miss Grand International 2015 [id]
  • Unplaced
[43]
2014 Nou Tim Srey Niet Appointed Miss Grand International 2014 [id]
  • Unplaced
  • Miss Popular Vote
[35]

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Miss Grand International

Miss Grand International

Miss Grand International is a beauty pageant franchise based in Thailand. It consists of the annual national pageant Miss Grand Thailand, as well as the international competition Miss Grand International, to which participating rights are licensed to organizers in other countries.

Miss Earth

Miss Earth

Miss Earth is an annual international major beauty pageant based in the Philippines that advocates for environmental awareness, conservation and social responsibility. Along with Miss World, Miss Universe, and Miss International, it is one of the Big Four international beauty pageants.

Miss Global

Miss Global

Miss Global is an international beauty pageant established in 2013. The contest is about empowering women, giving them a voice to speak up in making a difference. It's about embracing cultures, accepting our differences, celebrating our diversity and understanding that is what makes us special and unique. The Miss Global pageant is the only major international pageant that accepts single mothers, as a result, it is the only pageant with the widest age range from 18 to 35 years old.

Miss Polo International

Miss Polo International

Miss Polo International is an international beauty pageant with a focus on the sport of polo. It was created in Nigeria by Ibife Alufohai in 2018. It was established help give participants a platform that seeks to bring people from around the world together to promote the participation of women in global activities and improve educational opportunities.

Miss International

Miss International

Miss International is a Japan-based international beauty pageant organized by the International Culture Association. First held in 1960, it is the fourth largest pageant in the world in terms of the number of national winners participating in the international contest.

Miss Grand Cambodia 2022

Miss Grand Cambodia 2022

Miss Grand Cambodia 2022 was the eighth edition of the Miss Grand Cambodia beauty contest, held on 27 August 2022 at the Union of Youth Federations of Cambodia in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Miss Grand Cambodia 2021 Pokimtheng Sothida crowned her successor, Saravody Pich Votey at the end of the event.

Miss Earth 2022

Miss Earth 2022

Miss Earth 2022 was the 22nd Miss Earth pageant, held on November 29, 2022 at the Okada Manila in Parañaque, Metro Manila, Philippines.

Miss Grand International 2022

Miss Grand International 2022

Miss Grand International 2022 was the 10th-anniversary edition of the Miss Grand International pageant, held on 25 October 2022 at Sentul International Convention Center in Bogor Regency of West Java province, Indonesia. The pageant featured contestants from sixty-eight countries and territories, of which, the Brazilian representative, Isabella Menin, was named the winner and crowned by Miss Grand International 2021 Nguyễn Thúc Thùy Tiên of Vietnam.

Miss Supranational 2022

Miss Supranational 2022

Miss Supranational 2022 was the 13th edition of the Miss Supranational pageant, held on 15 July 2022, at Strzelecki Park Amphitheater in Nowy Sącz, Poland. Chanique Rabe of Namibia crowned Lalela Mswane of South Africa at the end of the event. This edition marked the first back to back win for contestants from Africa, and the first Black woman who won Miss Supranational.

Miss International 2017

Miss International 2017

Miss International 2017, the 57th Miss International pageant, was held on November 14, 2017 at Tokyo Dome City Hall in Tokyo, Japan. Kylie Verzosa of the Philippines crowned her successor Kevin Lilliana of Indonesia at the end of the event. This edition also saw the crowning of the first ever moslem women to win Miss International, and was the first to win one of the four major international pageants for Indonesia.

National finalists

The following list is the national finalists of the Miss Grand Cambodia pageant, as well as the competition results.

Color keys
 W  Declared as the winner
  Ended as a runner-up
  Ended as a semi-finalist
  Ended as a Quaterfinalist
 –  Did not participate

2015–2019: No provincial title

Miss Grand Cambodia National Finalists
1st & 5th Editions (2015–2019)
Year
No.
2015[44] 2016[45] 2017[46] 2018[47] 2019[48]
01 Chhorn Sokunthea
02 Sam Makara
03 Sear Socheata
04 Doeun Panhavuttey
05 Brak Sophanmai
06 Sok Khim
07 Pun Povkropompor
08 Hor Chhngbgheam
09 Vay Dany
10 Vanna Nisa
11 Sann Kesey
12 Phally Phangarey
13 Thou Youeang
14 Siek Chievmey
15 Mok Vannas
16 Chong Limeng
17 Seb Sithyka
18 Touch Mengleang
19 Moeun Sokunthea
20 Nop Pov
21 Leng Chantha
22 VyKosa
23 Det Sreyneat
24 San Siveling
25 Phang Dalin
26 Kheang Maryneth
27 Try Sreyleng
28 Ny Sreypich
29 Kim Leakna
Total 24 25 18 27 29

2020–2022: Provincial representatives

Miss Grand Cambodia National Finalists
6th & 8th Editions (2020–2022)
Year
2020 2021 2022
Banteay Meanchey Liv Chily (W) (Successor) Eam Phaya Sophin Phon
Battambang Vuth Thidavin (1st) Po Kimtheng Sothida (W) Naly Lim (2nd)
Bavet Sreyley Phon
Bokor Sotheara Kong
Cambodian communities in Australia Ngim Sreylis Serey Ke
Cambodian communities in Canada Sithay Srean (Top 15)
Cambodian communities in France Sarom Chantha (2nd) Sereyroth Sam
Cambodian communities in New Zealand Sreymao Ly
Cambodian communities in Thailand Reaksa Rean (4th)
Cambodian communities in United States Man Sreymom Sreylis Seang
Cambodian communities in Vietnam Soriyan Hang (1st)
Kampong Cham Lim Danin In Leakhena (1st) Ka Ny
Kampong Chhnang Khat Sreychan (4th) Sok Ratcharakorn (4th)
Kampong Speu Mok Vannak Leng Chantha Sopheap Souern
Kampong Thom Seng Rotha (W) (Resigned) Ol Rina Naisim Ly
Kampot Phang Dalin Keo Senglyhour (3rd) Kanika John (Top 15)
Kandal Morn Rany (3rd) Vat Chenda (Top 11) Lisa Pov (Top 15)
Kep Hor Chhenghim Chhum Mengly Lanin Rin
Koh Kong Vannak Dalin Phem Sreynor (Top 11) Lyly Ngo
Kratié Chor Suorsdey Lim Danin Lychang Seng (Top 15)
Mondulkiri Chhin Sreynit Nhem Srey Tey Lymey Chao Sokhom (Top 15)
Oddar Meanchey Reach Chanpisey Thon Panha Bopha So
Pailin Than Thary Rothana Lim Naly (Top 11) Elen Kit
Phnom Penh Chin Sonita Sam Sereyroth Chetravatey Hout
Poipet Sreypov Yi (Top 15)
Preah Vihear Lun Kimheng Va Malina (Top 11) Pisey Channa
Prey Veng Soun Pisey (Top 10) Pok Sreyleak (Top 11) Sreylin Phin
Pursat Sann Kesey Yun Navy Sreyley Lon
Ratanakiri Yoeun Soriya Chhuon Malen Sreylin Keo (3rd)
Siem Reap Uch Sokundavy Bee Za Phattiya Phou (Top 15)
Preah Sihanouk Lim Sotheavy (2nd) (Resigned) Em Kun Thong (2nd) Saravady Pich Votey (W)
Stung Treng Silim Sokunnita Som Vayyey Chanla Chheang
Svay Rieng Khat Krorpumchhouk Yeang Sonita Sreynu Eeang (Top 15)
Takéo Savoun Kanha (Top 10) Phou Phattiya (Top 11) Sreynuch Eang (Top 15)
Tboung Khmom Sal Chandalin (Top 10) Srean Sithay Sokundavy Uch (Top 15)
Total 28 25 35

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Banteay Meanchey province

Banteay Meanchey province

Banteay Meanchey is a province of Cambodia located in the far northwest. It borders the provinces of Oddar Meanchey to the north, Siem Reap to the east, Battambang to the south, and shares an international border with Thailand to the west. Its capital and largest city is Serei Saophoan.

Battambang province

Battambang province

Battambang is a province of Cambodia in the far northwest of the country. Bordering provinces are Banteay Meanchey to the north, Pursat to the east and south, Siem Reap to the northeast, and Pailin to the west. The northern and southern extremes of the province's western boundaries form part of the international border with Thailand. In addition, Tonlé Sap forms part of the northeastern boundary between Siem Reap and Pursat. Its capital and largest city is Battambang.

Bavet municipality

Bavet municipality

Bavet is the largest city in Svay Rieng Province, Cambodia. It is an international border gate between Cambodia and Vietnam. Its counterpart across the border is Moc Bai, Vietnam.

Bokor Hill Station

Bokor Hill Station

Bokor Hill Station refers to a collection of French colonial buildings constructed as a temperate mountain luxury resort and retreat for colonial residents in the early 1920s atop Bokor Mountain in Preah Monivong National Park, about 37 km (23 mi) west of Kampot in southern Cambodia. Abandoned for long periods of time, modern infrastructure has made the location easily accessible as re-development is taking place. It was used as the location for the final showdown of the movie City of Ghosts (2002) and the 2004 film R-Point. To the north-east are the Povokvil Waterfalls.

Cambodian Australians

Cambodian Australians

Cambodian Australians are Australian citizens who were born, raised in, or from Cambodia usually having Khmer ancestry but also including Chinese Cambodians, Vietnamese Cambodians, Chams and other ethnicities of Cambodia. The term may also refer to Australians who have ancestors that were born, raised in, or from Cambodia & Vietnam.

Cambodian Canadians

Cambodian Canadians

Cambodian Canadians are Canadians of Cambodian ethnic origin or descent. There are a total of 38,490 Canadian Cambodians, most of whom reside in Toronto and Montreal.

Cambodians in France

Cambodians in France

Cambodians in France consist of ethnic Khmer people who were born in or immigrated to France. The population as of 2020 was estimated to be about 500,000, making the community one of the largest in the Cambodian diaspora. The Cambodian population in France is the most established outside Southeast Asia, with a presence dating to well before the Vietnam War and subsequent Indochina refugee crisis.

Cambodian Americans

Cambodian Americans

Cambodian Americans, also Khmer Americans, are Americans of Cambodian or Khmer ancestry. In addition, Cambodian Americans are also Americans with ancestry of other ethnic groups of Cambodia, such as the Chams and Chinese Cambodians.

Kampong Cham province

Kampong Cham province

Kampong Cham is a province of Cambodia located on the central lowlands of the Mekong River. It borders the provinces of Kampong Chhnang to the west, Kampong Thom and Kratié to the north, Tboung Khmum to the east, and Prey Veng and Kandal to the south. Kampong Cham was officially divided into two provinces on 31 December 2013 in what was seen by many as a political move by the ruling party. All land west of the Mekong remained Kampong Cham while land east of the river became Tbong Khmum province. Prior to this division, Kampong Cham extended eastward to the international border with Vietnam, was the eleventh largest province in Cambodia, and with a population of 1,680,694, was the most populous province in Cambodia. Its capital and largest city is Kampong Cham.

Kampong Chhnang province

Kampong Chhnang province

Kampong Chhnang is one of the central provinces (khaet) of Cambodia. Neighboring provinces are Kampong Thom, Kampong Cham, Kandal, Kampong Speu and Pursat. The provincial capital is the city of Kampong Chhnang.

Kampong Speu province

Kampong Speu province

Kampong Speu is a province of Cambodia. It borders the provinces of Pursat and Kampong Chhnang to the north, Kandal to the east, Takéo to the southeast, Kampot to the south and Koh Kong to the west. Its capital is the town of Chbar Mon.

Kampong Thom province

Kampong Thom province

Kampong Thom is a province (khaet) of Cambodia. It borders the provinces of Siem Reap to the northwest, Preah Vihear to the north, Stung Treng to the northeast, Kratie to the east, Kampong Cham, Kampong Chhnang to the south, and the Tonle Sap to the west.

Source: "Miss Grand Cambodia", Wikipedia, Wikimedia Foundation, (2023, January 27th), https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miss_Grand_Cambodia.

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