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Intellectual property is a vital asset for many firms doing business in Cambodia. Whether it is to distinguish goods from competitors’, protect the fruits of research investment, or maintain the confidentiality of financial plans, IP considerations surface in virtually all industries.


Cambodia’s 2004 accession to the World Trade Organization prompted the adoption of several laws regulating intellectual property rights. While it will be a number of years before Cambodia comes into full WTO compliance, investors can take advantage of this developing regulatory framework and seek out protection for their inventions, trademarks, industrial designs, and other creative products.

Although the laws are still in the early stages of development, relatively efficient procedures for registering and enforcing important IP rights are in place. Ignoring or postponing registering IP assets
can be very costly in the end.

What is Intellectual Property?
Intellectual property (IP) refers to creations of the mind: inventions; literary and artistic works; and symbols, names and images used in commerce. IP is divided into two categories:

1. Industrial Property includes patents for inventions, trademarks, industrial designs and geographical indications.

2. Copyright covers literary works (such as novels, poems and plays), films, music, artistic works (e.g., drawings, paintings, photographs and sculptures) and architectural design. Rights related to copyright include those of performing artists in their performances, producers of phonograms in their recordings, and broadcasters in their radio and television programs.
What Are the Benefit Of IP?
In the increasingly knowledge-driven economy, intellectual property (IP) is a key consideration in day-to-day business decisions. New products, brands and creative designs appear almost daily on the market and are the result of continuous human innovation and creativity. Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are often the driving force behind such innovations. Their innovative and creative capacity, however, is not always fully exploited as many SMEs are not aware of the intellectual property system or the protection it can provide for their inventions, brands, and designs.

If left unprotected, a good invention or creation may be lost to larger competitors that are in a better position to commercialize the product or service at a more affordable price, leaving the original inventor or creator without any financial benefit or reward. Adequate protection of a company's intellectual property is a crucial step in deterring potential infringement and in turning ideas into business assets with a real market value. Taking full advantage of the IP system enables companies to profit from their innovative capacity and creativity, which encourages and helps fund further innovation.

Please find out more details about both IPs' categories as the following:

1.1 Trademarks
In February 2002, the Law Concerning Marks, Trade Names, and Acts of Unfair Competition (Trademark Law) entered into force, although registration of trademarks was possible prior to that time.

The Trademark Law is quite comprehensive in its scope, as it covers the protection of trademarks and service marks, when an objection to registration may be made, and the prior given when there has been a previous registration in another country, among other things. The protection given to trademark owners is also defined, as well as their right to assign, transfer, and license their trademarks. Civil remedies, as well as administrative remedies, are made available under the law.

Mark means any visible sign capable of distinguishing the goods (trademark) or service (service mark) of an enterprise.
Trademark Official Fees
1.2 Patents
Cambodia’s Law on Patents, Utility Models and Industrial Designs provides a set of exclusive rights to an inventor or his assignee for a fixed period in exchange for disclosure of an invention, utility model or industrial design. Enacted in 2003 to comply with Cambodia’s WTO obligations, A 2006 Prakas detailing procedures supplemented the Law. Although the Law is relatively new and untested, it specifically provides that any international Intellectual Property treaty to which Cambodia is a party7, will trump the national legislation in case of conflict. While Cambodia is not a party to the Patent Cooperation Treaty, the Law provides a procedure for registering foreign applications in Cambodia.

The Official Fees of Patent Registration
1.3 Utility Models
A utility model certificate, known elsewhere as a petty patent, differs from a patent in its term (7 years instead of a patent’s 20) and lacks the inventive-step requirement. Thus, a utility model means any invention that is new and industrially applicable, and is or relates to a product or process. They are less significant technological advances, and therefore are granted a shorter term of exclusivity.

Although the Law concerning utility model certificates passed in 2003, few utility model applications have been filed. Currently the government has not issued a utility model certificate. This guide will provide a straightforward and comprehensive overview of the matter. Almost all the provisions are identical to the patent articles. Although the law is relatively new and untested, it specifically provides that any international Intellectual Property treaty to which Cambodia is a party10, will trump the national legislation in case of conflict. While Cambodia is not a party to the Patent Cooperation Treaty, the Law provides a procedure for registering foreign applications in Cambodia.

The Official Fees of Utility Model Certificates
1.4 Industrial Designs
Cambodia’s Law on Patents, Utility Models and Industrial Designs provides a set of exclusive rights to a designer or his assignee for a fixed period in exchange for disclosure of their industrial design. Enacted in 2003 to comply with Cambodia’s WTO obligations, the Ministry supplemented the law in 2006 by a Prakas detailing procedures12. Although the Law is relatively new and untested, it specifically provides that any international Intellectual Property treaty to which Cambodia is a party13 will trump the national legislation in case of conflict.


The Official Fees of Industrial Design
1.5 Geographical Indications
Under the international context, a geographical indication (GI) is a name or sign used on certain products that corresponds to a specific location, where the quality or reputation of the goods is essentially attributable to its place of origin. Examples of well-known geographical indications include Champagne, Florida Oranges, and Prosciutto di Parma. With a registered GI, regional producers should be better able to distinguish and market their goods from the competition.

Since early 2009, GIs are registrable with the Ministry of Commerce under an interim regulation (Prakas on the Procedures for the Registration and Protection of Geographical Indication Marks dated May 18th, 2009), as the National Assembly considers a full GI law to comply with its WTO obligations.

As part of the registration procedure, the group of producers must submit a Book of Specifications detailing the geographical area, production conditions, and qualification process for the products. Both domestic and foreign GIs can be registered. The initial term of protection is for ten years, renewable indefinitely.

Thus far, there have been two registered GIs in Cambodia – Kampot Pepper and Palm Sugar from Kampong Speu. They were both registered in April, 2010.

2. Copyrights
Cambodia’s Law on Copyright and Related Rights provides protection for original works of authorship. Enacted in 2003 to comply with Cambodia’s WTO obligations, the government modeled the Law on general copyright principles common to many other jurisdictions. While the Law has been in effect for several years now, it is largely untested and copyright infringement is rife.

The Official Fees of Copyrights & Related Right Certificates
2.1 Authorship
The author is the person, or persons, who create a work. All economic and moral rights automatically vest in the initial author or authors. The Law presumes that the person or persons in whose name the work is created and disclosed are the authors, unless there is evidence to the contrary. A collaborative work is the product of the joint efforts of two or more natural persons, the co-authors. Co-authors can only exercise their rights with the unanimous and written consent of all other co-authors. In case of disagreement, they must petition a court for resolution. A work made by an author within the scope of employment, unless contracted otherwise, is considered to have been transferred to the employer. Anonymous and pseudonymous authors have the same rights as named authors. However, unless such an author makes known her identity and demonstrates she is the author, the publisher or original discloser of the work will represent her. The representative can enforce the author’s moral and economic rights, but must have in their possession an agreement identifying the author.

For audio-visual works, the law presumes that the co-authors are the director, the author of scenario, author of the adaptation, author of the spoken text, author of the musical composition, and the author of the graphic arts for animations.

2.2 Economic Rights
The author enjoys the exclusive economic rights to their work, subject to certain limitations. The core of the economic right is the exclusive right to exploit the work by authorizing the reproduction, communication to the public, and the creation of derivative works. 

2.3 Moral Rights
Authors also enjoy certain moral rights, which are perpetual, inalienable, undistrainable, and imprescriptible. Although the author cannot sell or transfer moral rights during his lifetime, they rights pass to the heirs on the author’s death. There are three specific moral rights. First, the author has the exclusive right to decide the manner and timing of the work’s disclosure, as well as the principle to govern this disclosure. Second, the author has the right to be publicly credited with the work and title. Third, the author has the right to oppose all forms of distortion, mutilation or modification of the content of the work that would be prejudicial to their honor or reputation.

2.4 Performance Rights
The Law contains special provisions for a performer’s rights. A performer is any artist, dancer, musician, singer, or other person who gives a performance.

Other two categories that have not been included in the both IPs:
Trade Secrets
The Law typically defines a trade secret as any commercially valuable information that is not known, nor readily ascertainable, and is subject to reasonable efforts to maintain its secrecy. Cambodia has no law specific to trade secrets, though a draft is under consideration. Nevertheless, provisions in a variety of laws impose duties of confidentiality and penalties for divulgence ofcommercial secrets.

Non-disclosure agreements are often used to maintain the confidentiality of information that needs to be shared, with an employee or contractor for example. Such agreements are contracts like any other, and would be enforceable under the Contract Law (1988).

The Law on Commercial Enterprises (2005) prohibits the unauthorized publication of a firm’s financial statements. It also requires the Ministry of Commerce to maintain the confidentiality of most company documents in its records. The Law on Audit (2000) also imposes a duty of confidentiality on government auditors.

The Law on Banking and Financial Institutions (1999) prohibits certain people from disclosing any confidential information in accounting or administrative documents. The Law provides for criminal penalties of up to five (05) years imprisonment and $60,000 in fines. As in virtually every country, the Law on the Bar (1995) requires lawyers to maintain client confidences.

SEE ALSO: Inflation Rate in Cambodia 2020

Finally,the promulgated PenalCode (2010) contains several provisions on point.It is important to note that only part of this new code is currently in force, the rest coming into effect in 2011. Under the code, any person who holds, because of their position, profession, function or mission, confidential information, and divulges such information, is subject to criminal prosecution. The Law also criminalizes intercepting mail, tapping into telephone calls, and hacking computer networks.

Right of Publicity
The right of publicity allows an individual to prohibit or control the use of his identity for commercial purposes. This would prohibit, for instance, placing on a product’s package a photograph of someone without his or her permission. There is no law in Cambodia specifically on point, nor are any drafts currently under consideration.

The unauthorized use of someone’s identity for commercial purposes may be considered a form of unfair competition, in violation of “honest practice”. However, to the author’s knowledge, this has never been tested in a Cambodian court of law.

Perhaps the only legal provision treating the right of publicity is Article 26 of the Law on Copyright and Related Rights (2003), which prohibits unauthorized biographies.

Check out Cambodia's IP Statistics 2008-2012
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I strongly hope that this sharing would give benefits to your inquiry about Intellectual Property in the Kingdom of Cambodia.

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2 Main Types of Intellectual Property in Cambodia

It’s happened to many of us – at home and at work – when we want to save that extra photo, video file or important document and find that our computer, tablet or smartphone has run out of storage space.

For those of us who keep up to date on technological developments, we know that one relatively new solution to this frustration is using the ‘cloud’ to store our documents, files and business applications – enabling us to access them anywhere, any time, on any device.

Until now, the ‘cloud’ has been the exclusive domain of giant, global computing firms who have the infrastructure to support the massive amounts of storage needed to run a ‘cloud’ computing operation.

But thanks to its cutting edge technology, and its responsiveness to its customer’s demands, Cambodia’s leading internet company, EZECOM, will soon launch ibizCloud - a “Made in Cambodia” solution to the growing problem of IT capacities in our data-rich lives.

ibizCloud, a joint venture with Hong Kong telecoms giant Hutchison Global Communications, is initially aimed at the business market, offering an alternative to expensive on-site data management.

EZECOM will work with businesses to assess their data needs and IT requirements and then converge virtual, off-site data storage and management system – based in Cambodia, managed by Cambodians and still meeting all the strictest international security standards.


“Many businesses and IT managers are aware of cloud computing and the advantages it brings. But many are put off by the price tag from the global giants and the lack of face-to-face support from companies in the US or in Europe,” says Sok Yeng, Value Added Services Product Manager at EZECOM.

“ibizCloud is based in Cambodia and we understand Cambodian businesses so this will help ease any worries that businesses here have about using cloud computing – knowing that we are there, in person, to support them with their data management and storage,” says Sok Yeng.
The launch of ibizCloud comes at the start of a busy 2015 for EZECOM, which aims to build on its leading position as Cambodia’s number one internet and data services provider by being the first company in Cambodia to bring ashore a submarine fiber optic cable that will dramatically increase the internet bandwidth available and reliability to Cambodian internet users.

Now you can access your storage from anywhere, anytime and on any devices! ibizCloud's service provides you with:
  • Cloud Available Globally
  • Pioneer To On-demand VLL Service
  • Cloud-to-Cloud Private MPLS Connect
  • Defferent Tier Connectivity
  • Pay-as-you-go Charging Scheme
  • Fast Provisioning of Services
The slogan for this service "International Quality, Local Service".

Will Cambodian businesses support this made-in-Cambodia cloud service?
Personally, we have to support for this initiative idea and it is good opportunity to try and trust in term of support and quality.

You have any comment to share? Stay tuned to get updates from the company! 

Source: Ezecom

ibizCloud - Cambodia's First Cloud Service

Screen shot from WebChlaat's website
In today technology, the 21st century - era of Social Media and Cloud Computing - where we are living in connecting to one another thru ease of technology no matter where you stay, we can keep in touch each. To stay away from those internal or external cyber threats, we must learn how to stay safe online for those children and parents.

Seeing that Ezecom, Cambodia’s leading internet service provider, will soon launch WebChlaat - an online guide for children and their parents to help children enjoy the internet while staying safe from cyber bullying and inappropriate content, according to the company's news.

WebChlaat” or ‘WebSmart” is a seven tip guide prepared by Ezecom in association with leading child rights advocacy groups Friends International and ChildSafe, which recently certified Ezecom as Cambodia’s first ChildSafe company.

Ezecom will be running a live banner on the CEN website (http://www.cen.com.kh/) in the next weeks – providing daily internet safety tips and a link to the WebChlaat site at http://webchlaat.com/.

Among the safety tips for children: be smart when making online friends, be smart what you share on the internet and be smart about emails from strangers.

For parents the tips include: be smart and prepared to answer tough questions, be smart about anti-virus software and be smart about cyber bullying and its consequences.

“As a parent myself of course I want my children to enjoy the learning opportunities, entertainment and other resources that the internet offers. But its important that we help parents and children talk openly about some of the dangers that lurk out there on the internet, so that we can all benefit from the power of the internet without falling victim to the perils,” said Ezecom CEO Paul Blanche-Horgan.

The WebChlaat website underlines Ezecom’s long term commitment to supporting education and children’s rights.

The company’s staff was recently the first workforce to be certified as ‘Child Safe’ by Friends International and ChildSafe, meaning that staff have received training on being aware and alert to evidence of child abuse and how to respond appropriately.

ABOUT EZECOM

Ezecom was launched in 2007 and has since become one of the country’s leading suppliers of communication services. Ezecom offers fiber optic, WIMAX, VPN and various other internet-based and telecommunications solutions to companies and consumers across Cambodia. Recently Ezecom acquired fiber optic company Telcotech thus expanding its nationwide coverage to 99% of the country.

Friends International is a world renowned Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) that works towards eradicating poverty by providing vocational education to marginalized children around the world. EZECOM provides internet for Friends International and their local NGO Mith Samlanh for the computer class room, giving children in need the chance to learn how to use computers.

ChildSafe is a world leader in child protection and awareness. EZECOM is proud to be a supporter of ChildSafe and to be able to call ourselves ChildSafe Citizens. In cooperation with Friends International and ChildSafe we have created WebChlaat.

Related Useful Resources You Have to Know:
- Free Security Check Ups by StaySafeOnline.org: Many computer security vendors offer free computer security checks for your computer. Please visit the above link to check your computer for known viruses, spyware, and more and discover if your computer is vulnerable to cyber attacks.
Cisco Cyberspace Action for Education Campaign provides resources about online safety for families and educators.
The Official Google Blog's security posts provide insights from Google employees into online safety with their products, technology and Google culture. The blog also offers helpful suggestions on how to make the most of your online experiences.
- Facebook Security TipsThere are hundreds of people working full time to help protect your account and keep scams off Facebook.
Intel in Education - For K-12 Educators has free education resources.
McAfee's 10-Step Internet Safety Plan for Your Family gives parents tips and tools on keeping their kids, tweens and teens safe and secure online.
Microsoft's Safer Online helps you create safer web experiences for yourself and others by offering the latest online safety tips and resources.
The PayPal Security Center teaches you how to remain safe while using PayPal's services.
Symantec - The Family Resource Center provides Internet safety tips, a family online safety guide and information on cyberbullying and cybercrime.
VISA - Learn the Facts helps consumers learn about various threats, how to spot them and what you can do to keep your information secure – online and off.
ESET- Securing Our eCity Resources: Securing Our eCity is an initiative of ESET, an IT security company that produces anti-virus, anti-spyware, and other anti-malware software.
National Information Security Center (Japan): The Japanese government has an international cybersecurity campaign to coincide with its Information Security Awareness Month in February. Through the campaign, Japan encourages international collaboration and domestic awareness of information security issues.

Let's Stay Safe Online from now on together! Do you have idea to add? Please drop your comment below.

Cambodia's First Stay-Safe-Online Guide for Children and Parents

With great efforts by local team of Google Street View in Cambodia for nearly a year since July 2013 when the official project announced. Today, I am really proud to see my historical site, Angkor Wat Temple, officially published on the Street View. The Angkor Wat project includes over 90,000 360-degree views from over 100 temples making it into one of Street View.

Let explore the Angkor Temple through this official video!



You can interact virtually to visit in panoramic view:


The good news makes me feel so excited to write this article to share with my beloved readers.

Bravo Cambodia! Let's share the 360-degree photos together!!

Google Street View Officially Publishes Angkor Wat Temple

Photo: Smart Mobile
While getting into a crowded telecom market in Cambodia, Smart Axiata Company Limited or so-called Smart Mobile recently became a subsidiary of Axiata Group Berhad (Axiata) after it entered into a strategic merger with Hello Axiata Company Limited in 2012. It operates 2G, 2.5G, 3G, 3.75G mobile services, supporting the very latest in multimedia and mobile internet services as well as international roaming across more than 147 countries and its extensive nationwide network coverage is available in all 24 provinces in Cambodia, according to its company information. The technology is moving, so Smart cannot stop to offer the competitive promotions to the customers by various services - now it is starting to operate the first 4G LTE (Long-Term Evolution) technology in this Kingdom of Wonder, Cambodia.

Does Smart Mobile operate its 4G LTE nationwide?
No, currently it can offer only 6 locations in Phnom Penh city such as:
1. Smart Store Beung Trabek
2. Naga World Hotel and Casino
3. Sovanna Shopping Center
4. Ratana Plaza Shopping Mall
5. De Castle Toul Kork
6. Phnom Penh International Airport

This is a step-by-step improvement and also cost much money to expand the coverage. I think sooner it will be available nationwide.
You can find Smart 4G Zones on my map using Google Maps Engine:

What's different  between 3G and 4G?
Turning a bit to find out the difference between both technologies as the following:

3G

4G

Data Throughput Up to 3.1Mbps with an average speed range between 0.5 to 1.5 Mbps Practically speaking, 2 to 12 Mbps (Telstra in Australia claims up to 40 Mbps) but potential estimated at a range of 100 to 300 Mbps.
Peak Upload Rate 5 Mbps 500 Mbps
Peak Download Rate 100 Mbps 1 Gbps
Switching Technique packet switching packet switching, message switching
Network Architecture Wide Area Cell Based Integration of wireless LAN and Wide area.
Services And Applications CDMA 2000, UMTS, EDGE etc Wimax2 and LTE-Advance
Forward error correction (FEC) 3G uses Turbo codes for error correction. Concatenated codes are used for error corrections in 4G.
Frequency Band 1.8 – 2.5 GHz 2 – 8 GHz
Chart Credit: diffen.com

Try a watch through below video by iClassified for testing Internet speed on iPhone 5 using SpeedTest apps:


Which company is Smart's competitor in the technology, 4G?
Personally, I think there is only one company that presently got into Cambodia telecom market is Chinese mobile operator called Xinwei (Cambodia) Telecom Co. Ltd. with CooTel-branded. CooTel it has some strong points such as being the first mobile operator in network marketing, and various services (CooCall, CooHome, CooVoice, CooSurf, SimLess, CamTalk, CooMarts, CooBill), and especially the future expanding its network coverage signal to reach 90 percent of the Cambodian population.

So, you may know which one is the first operator that makes itself the 1st 4G telecom network ever built in Cambodia - it is CooTel (prefix number, 038)!. But there are two main points that they both differentiate are:
1. Smart offers 4G LTE (revolution of GSM technology), or be easy to think, it uses SIM card; when we need just buy SIM only.
2. CooTel offers SCDMA technology or it uses SIM-cardless (No SIM card) - similar to ExeCell-018 operates; when we need we have to buy its phone.
In short, CooTel selling both services and its own phones and if it becomes popular among Cambodian users so the market of CDMA phones will boom, am I right?.

After all above, I have some questions for you as a checklist before you decide to catch up with today-technology:
1. What is your decision to choose the technology for your daily Internet usage (3.75G, 4G or CDMA)?
2. How much are you able to spend on those (supported smart devices: mobile, tablet, modem)
3. Does it really fit to your needs (for study, research, fun, work etc.)?
4. Do all mobile operators in Cambodia offer you with good services as you expected?

Let's wait and try the new technology together!

Smart Mobile - the First to Operate 4G LTE in Cambodia


While reading news on Internet and Facebook news feed yesterday evening, most of my friends shared and congratulated on "Cambodia's first Oscar nomination" then I have tried to read and search more detail. So, I found it! It is true, and it really makes me feel proud of that news as I am a movie hunter and Cambodian citizen too.
This Khmer movie titled "កង្វះរូបភាព (in Khmer language) or The Missing Picture" which directed by Cambodian famous film-maker, Mr. Rithy Panh.

As posted on the official Facebook page of the movie and stated on Oscar website, this is the first Academy Award nomination for Cambodia at the 86th  Oscar Academy Awards.




Does it the first Cambodia films submit to Oscar committee?
No, it is the third submission that Cambodia has submitted to Oscar, The Foreign Language Film Award Committee. The first Oscar submission, The Rice People "អ្នកស្រែ (Neak Sre)" - in 1994 at the 67th Academy Awards, is a Khmer language drama also directed by Mr. Rithy Panh, about a family of women struggling to survive after the death of the family patriarch from a foot infection. For the second submission, Lost Loves "ឃ្លាតទៅសែនឆ្ងាយ" - in 2012, is a drama film in the Khmer language that directed by Mr. Chhay Bora and based on real events - it is the first Cambodian film in more than 20 years to deal with facts during the Khmer Rouge era.

You can watch its trailer and find out more about the-Oscar award movie as the following:


Note: You can watch it by translation into Khmer language
Film SynopsisFew images exist of the brutality unleashed on Cambodia by Pol Pot and the Khmer Rouge following the Kampuchean Revolution in 1975. Using clay figures to stand in for himself, his family and the many Cambodians whose lives were destroyed during the years that followed, Rithy Panh recreates a dark and bloody period in his country's history.
Directed by: Rithy Panh
Produced by: Catherine Dussart
Written by: Rithy Panh
Narrated by: Randal Douc
Cinematography: Prum Mesa
Release dates: 19 May 2013 (Cannes)
Running time: 90 minutes
Language: French 
The Missing Picture it won the Best Foreign Language Film of Oscar Awards in a selection of other 4 Nominees: The Broken Circle Breakdown (Belgium), The Great Beauty (Italy), The Hunt (Denmark)
Omar (Palestine). 

SEE ALSO: The Last Reel

Have you watched all these movies yet?
Let's find good ways (online watch or book tickets?) to watch it all as possible!

My message for all Khmer film-makers:
In here, I would like to thank for all Cambodian film-makers especial Mr. Rithy Panh who has great effort to make our Khmer films nominated in the international stage, Oscar. I am really proud of them! This is a good sign that all newbies or professional local film-makers, Cambodia, could learn from the achievements.
For the final selection will be on March 2, 2014. So, please wish our film win the prize!!

Do you have something to share? Please drop it in comment below.

The Missing Picture - The First Cambodia Movie Gets Oscar Nomination

When you want to buy something online or want to receive your letters/luggage from outsider, foreign countries, you will need to inform them your current home address or your postal code. It is really useful not only me but also for you all. Presently our government had added few Khan (district)/Sangkat (commune) in Phnom Penh, Cambodia to expand its city more wider so if anyone knows exactly how many more and what its names, please feel free to share on my blog here or on my Facebook. As for the right-bottom table is a table that describes about Cambodian country code and city codes.


Phnom Penh Postal Code

General Post Office 12000

Khan Russei Keo 12100
  • Phnom Penh Thmei 12101
  • Teuk Thlar 12102
  • Khmounh 12103
  • Russei Keo 12104
  • Toul Sang Kè 12105
  • Kilometre 6 12106
  • Chrang Chamres 1 12107
  • Chrang Chamres 2 12108
  • Svay Pak 12109
  • Chroy Changva 12110
  • Prek Tasek 12111
  • Prek Leap 12112

Khan Toulkok 12150
  • Boeungkâk 1 12151
  • Boeungkâk 2 12152
  • Phsardépo 1 12153
  • Phsardépo 2 12154
  • Phsardépo 3 12155
  • Teuk Laak 1 12156
  • Teuk Laak 2 12157
  • Teuk Laak 3 12158
  • Phsar Doeumkor 12159
  • Boeungsalang 12160

Khan Daun Penh 12200
  • Sraas Chak 12201
  • Wat Phnom 12202
  • Phsar Chas 12203
  • Phsar Kandal 1 12204
  • Phsar Kandal 2 12205
  • Chey Chumneas 12206
  • Chak Tomuk 12207
  • Phsar Thmei 1 12208
  • Phsar Thmei 2 12209
  • Phsar Thmei 3 12210
  • Boeung Raing 12211
Khan 7 Makara 12250
  • Monorom 12251
  • Mittapheap 12252
  • Veal Vong 12253
  • Orussei 1 12254
  • Orussei 2 12255
  • Orussei 3 12256
  • Orussei 4 12257
  • Boeung Prolit 12258
Khan Chamkarmorn 12300
  • Tonle Basak 12301
  • Boeungkengkang 1 12302
  • Boeungkengkang 2 12303
  • Boeungkengkang 3 12304
  • Boeung Trabek 12305
  • Tumnup Teuk 12306
  • Phsar Doeum Thkov12307
  • Toul Svay Prey 1 12308
  • Toul Svay Prey 2 12309
  • Toul Tum Poung 1 12310
  • Toul Tum Poung 2 12311
  • Olympic 12312
Khan Meanchey 12350
  • Boeung Tumpun 12351
  • Steung Meanchey 12352
  • Chak Angré Krom 12353
  • Chak Angré Leu 12354
  • Chbar Ampeou 1 12355
  • Chbar Ampeou 2 12356
  • Niroth 12357 Prek Pra 12358
Khan Dang Kor 12400

  • Dang Kor 12401
  • Trapeang Krasaing 12402
  • Kokroka 12403
  • Phleung Chhésrotés 12404
  • Chom Chao 12405
  • Kakap 12406
  • Porng Teuk 12407
  • Prey Veng 12408
  • Samrong 12409
  • Prey Sar 12410
  • Kraing Thnoung 12411
  • Kraing Pongro 12412
  • Prataslang 12413
  • Sak Sampeou 12414
  • Cheung Ek 12415

Cambodia Country Code 855

Telephone Country Code: 855
ISO Country Code, 2 Digit: KH
ISO Country Code, 3 Digit: KHM

Cambodia City Telephone Codes


  • Banteay Meanchey +855 54
  • Battambang +855 53
  • Kampong Cham +855 42
  • Kampong Chhnang +855 26
  • Kampong Speu +855 25
  • Kampong Thom +855 62
  • Kampot +855 33
  • Kandal +855 24
  • Kep +855 36
  • Koh Kong +855 35
  • Kratie +855 72
  • Mondolkiri +855 73
  • Pailin +855 55
  • Phnom Penh +855 23
  • Preah Vihear +855 64
  • Prey Veng +855 43
  • Pursat +855 52
  • Ratanakiri +855 75
  • Siem Riep +855 63
  • Sihanoukville +855 34
  • Stung Treng +855 74
  • Svay Rieng +855 44
  • Takeo +855 32
  • Udar Meanchey +855 65
  • Tboung Khmum +855 42


Cambodia Country & City Code, Phnom Penh Postal Codes

 
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