Physical map of Cambodia
Information about the geography of CambodiaCambodia falls within several well-defined geographic regions. The largest part of the country consists of the Tonle Sap Basin and the Mekong Lowlands. To the southeast of this great basin is the Mekong Delta, which extends through Vietnam to the South China Sea. The basin and delta regions are rimmed with mountain ranges to the southwest (the Cardamom Mountains the Elephant Range) and Dangrek Mountains to the north.
Phnom Penh is the capital city. The Mekong is the main river in Cambodia. Highest point is the Phnum Aoral at 1813 meters.