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Kampung

In Malaysia, a political subdivision equivalent to a municipality.
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Table 1: List of kampong in the city area in order of fire risk, 1954 Kampong Location 1.
Thousands of sparkling lights adorn the streets of Kampong Glam, the historic seat of Malay royalty in the heart of the city.
The current Program Manager of the PH-Japan Foundation in Kampong Thom, Kumiko Omura, wrote in 2003 that:
Additionally, local officials from Kampong Speu town have visited the SPC site and were pleased with progress and excited to see this new, agri-business development well underway in their community.
Hoeung Sophear, a member of the Prey Lang forest community in Kampong Thom, welcomed the arrest but asked authorities to focus on the big players rather than lower level loggers.
The new Kampong Bahru Bus Terminal will provide barrier-free sheltered boarding and alighting facilities and commuter-centric provisions like a priority queue zone, family room and barrier-free toilets to better cater to the needs of the elderly, less mobile and families with young children.
Chaipol has lived in Ban Mae Kampong since she was born, and now lives in the village with her three children and five grandchildren.
In the graveyard of the inner-city kampong of Dinoyo in Surabaya sits one such grave; it holds the remains of Dinoyo's founding father, Cakacoyo, and is sheltered by a frangipani tree that was planted upon his death.
Kampong is a Malay word for village while gotong royong is the Malay phrase for coming together of the community to help and sustain each other.
Roeun Sophea, a Community Empowerment Facilitator from Life with Dignity, a local NGO based in Oral District, Kampong Speu Province, said that her team worked closely with local authorities to ensure that all villagers knew about the project.
Built by King Isanavarman I, Sambor Prei Kuk is the most important religious center of the pre-Angkorian era and is located in a quiet patch of forest in Kampong Thom province, about 193 km north of capital Phnom Penh.
Abdul Latif Ibrahim, 2012, Kampong Ayer: Living Memory.