Flag of Cambodia

Flag of Cambodia

ទង់ជាតិកម្ពុជា, Tóngchéatĕ Kâmpŭchea

The Kingdom of Cambodia ព្រះរាជាណាចក្រកម្ពុជា (Preăhréachéanachâkr Kâmpŭchéa) (Braḥrājāṇācakr Kambujā) also known as Kampuchea is a country in located in the Indochinese Peninsula in Southeast Asia. It shares borders with Thailand, Laos and Vietnam. Its official language is Khmer. The capital and largest city is Phnom Penh.

The Cambodian flag design consists of a horizontal band of blue, a double width central band of red followed by another band of blue. In the middle of the flag Angkor Wat, the largest religious monument in the world is depicted. It was officially adopted in 1993.

Capital CityArea (World Ranking)2023 Population (World Ranking)CurrenciesFlag Ratio (Decimal)Adopted
Phnom Penh181,035 km² / 69,898 mi²
(88th)
16,713,015
(72nd)
Riel
US dollar
16:25 (1.563)1993

National Anthem of Cambodia: បទនគររាជ Nôkôr Réach “Majestic Kingdom”


What Cambodia is known as in various languages
Cambodge (French), Cambodia (Latin, Welsh), Cambodja (Catalan, Danish, Dutch), Cambogia (Italian, Romanian), Camboja (Portuguese), Camboya (Spanish), Cambuidea (Scots Gaelic), Campuchia (Vietnamese), il-Kambodja (Maltese), Jiǎnpǔzhài – 柬埔寨 (Mandarin Chinese), Kamboçya (Turkish), Kambodia/K’ambodia – 캄보디아 (Korean), Kamboḍiyā – કમ્બોડિયા (Gujarati), Kambodiya – קמבודיה‎ (Hebrew), an Chambóid (Irish), Kambodjia – Կամբոդիա (Armenian), Kambōdiyā – كامبوديا‎ (Arabic), Kamboḍiyā – कम्बोडिया (Hindi, Marathi), Kambodja (Afrikaans, Breton, Faroese, Swedish), Kambods’a (Võro), Kambodscha (German), Kambodsja (Norwegian), Kambodža – Камбоджа (Belarusian, Bulgarian, Russian, Ukrainian), Kambodža (Bosnian, Croatian, Czech, Estonian, Finnish, Latvian, Lithuanian, Lower Sorbian, Slovak, Slovene), Kambodża (Polish), Kambodža – Камбоџа (Macedonian, Serbian), Kambodzsa (Hungarian), Kamboĝo (Esperanto), Kamboja (Acehnese, Indonesian), Kamboja – კამბოჯა (Georgian, Mingrelian), Kambojadeśa – कम्बोजदेश (Sanskrit), Kambojaya – කාම්බෝජය (Sinhala), Kambojia – カンボジア (Japanese), Kamboxha (Albanian), Kambuya (Quechua), Kampótzi – Καμπότζη (Greek), Kamphucha – กัมพูชา (Thai), Kampuchea (former English name 1975–1989), Kampuujia (Inuktitut), Kemboja (Malay), கம்போடியா, Kambodya (Filipino/Tagalog), Kîmeristan (Kurmanji/Northern Kurdish)

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