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The provincial capital is Stung Saen , a town of approximately 30, people on the banks of the Stung Sen River. Kampong Thom is Cambodia's second largest province by area. Kampong Thom in Khmer means 'great port' or 'great harbor'. Kampong in Khmer translates as 'port' or 'harbor'. The word Kampong is shared in other Austrasiatic languages, the Malay and Indonesian, both meaning 'village'.
Thom in the Khmer language means 'big', 'grand', or 'large'. According to local legend, at a lakeside dock near the Sen River, a pair of large snakes inhabited a nearby cave. On every Buddhist holiday, the snakes would make appearances to the people nearby who then began to refer to the area as Kampong Pous Thom. Eventually the snakes disappeared and the name was shortened to Kampong Thom. During the Colonial Cambodia period, the French divided Cambodian territory into provinces and named most of them according to the local popular names for the respective areas.
Kampong Thom was a powerful capital in Southeast Asia during the Funan period. In —, it was a significant producer of wild fish 18, tons and the fourth largest producer of fish through aquaculture in Cambodia 1, tons.
Most of the fish-raising is done by home production, with a growing segment devoted to rice field aquaculture. Kampong Thom is also one of the largest producers of cashew nuts in Cambodia, with 6, hectares under production in — From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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