Its administrative name is "Serei Sophon" as used by the government. The more commonly used name "Sisophon" is derived from the Thai pronunciation "Si Sophon" when it was under the Thai rule. Another nickname "Svay" is used mainly by truck drivers, train drivers and workers transporting goods. The origin of the word "Svay" is unknown. Its population is 61, in the census, changing little to 61, in the census having been overtaken by Poipet in size. About forty minutes from Sisophon there is a Khmer temple ruin called Banteay Chmar.
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Sisophon , also "Serei-sophon" or "Svay", is a small town in North-western Cambodia. It is the capital of Banteay Meanchey Province. Stueng Sisophon is a medium-sized river that meanders round the southern circumference of the town. Control of Sisophon has often passed between the various regional powers. It is now part of Cambodia thanks to the French, whose sabre rattling forced the Siamese into relinquishing it along with Siem Reap , Battambang and much of North-western Cambodia in
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