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Description: The Physical Map of Cambodia showing major geographical features like elevations, mountain ranges, deserts, ocean, lakes, plateaus, peninsulas, rivers, plains, landforms and other topographic featuress.

Cambodia Facts and Country Information...

Once known as the Khmer Empire, Cambodia now officially known as the Kingdom of Cambodia. 181,035 square kilometres is the total area of Cambodia and is situated in Southeast Asia at the southern portion of the Indochina Peninsula.

The countries which surround Cambodia are Laos to the northeast, the Gulf of Thailand to the southwest, Vietnam to the east, and Thailand to the northwest. It has low-lying central plain with uplands and low mountains around.

At 1,813 meters highest peak of Cambodia lies. The inundation of the Tonle Sap (Great Lake) is the most distinctive geographical feature. During the dry season, it measures about 2,590 square kilometers and during rainy season it expands to about 24,605 square kilometres.

Mekong River is the main river of the country and it flows from east to south of the country. In the east the country has highlands which get merged into plains towards the west. They run into Laos and Vietnam and consists of forests area and plateaus.

The Damrei Mountains and the Krâvanh Mountains are another major highlands blocks. The country’s southern region is very less populated and is separated from the main plains by the highlands of southwest. This region is along the Gulf of Thailand.

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