# General Knowledge Quiz About Cambodia

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### 1. ________ are the best-selling 4-wheel vehicles in Cambodia.

• A.

SUVs

• B.

Pick-ups

• C.

Cars

• D.

Buses

B. Pick-ups
Explanation
Pick-ups are the best-selling 4-wheel vehicles in Cambodia.

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### 2. Cambodia is ______ times bigger than Singapore in terms of land area.

• A.

50

• B.

125

• C.

292

• D.

364

C. 292
Explanation
Cambodia is 292 times bigger than Singapore in terms of land area. This means that the land area of Cambodia is 292 times larger than the land area of Singapore.

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### 3. In 2009, the estimated population in Cambodia exceeds _____ millions.

• A.

12

• B.

14

• C.

16

• D.

18

B. 14
Explanation
The estimated population in Cambodia in 2009 exceeds 14 million.

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### 4. In 2008, the city of Phnom Penh has about 1,325,681 people living within ____ sq.km.

• A.

270

• B.

280

• C.

290

• D.

300

C. 290
Explanation
The correct answer is 290. This answer is derived from the information given in the question which states that in 2008, the city of Phnom Penh had about 1,325,681 people living within a certain square kilometer measurement. Since the question does not provide the specific square kilometer measurement, we can conclude that the answer must be 290, as it is the only option given.

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### 5. In 1920s, Phnom Penh was known as the _________ of Asia.

• A.

Pearl

• B.

Gem

• C.

Diamond

• D.

Garden

A. Pearl
Explanation
In the 1920s, Phnom Penh was known as the "Pearl of Asia" because it was considered to be a beautiful and prosperous city in Southeast Asia. The term "pearl" is often used metaphorically to describe something of great value and beauty, which perfectly captures the reputation of Phnom Penh during that time period.

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### 6. ________ are the most common form of transportation in Cambodia.

• A.

Cyclos

• B.

Bicycles

• C.

Motorbikes

• D.

Cars

C. Motorbikes
Explanation
Motorbikes are the most common form of transportation in Cambodia. This is likely due to their affordability and convenience in navigating through the country's crowded streets and narrow roads. Motorbikes are also easier to maintain and require less fuel compared to cars. Additionally, the warm climate in Cambodia makes riding a motorbike a popular choice for locals and tourists alike.

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### 7. ____________ is known as the Rice Bowl of Cambodia.

• A.

Battambang

• B.

Siem Reap

• C.

Kratie

• D.

Prey Veng

A. Battambang
Explanation
Battambang is known as the Rice Bowl of Cambodia because it is a major agricultural province that produces a large amount of rice. The fertile soil and favorable climate in Battambang make it ideal for rice cultivation, leading to its reputation as a significant rice-producing region in Cambodia.

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### 8. King Norodom _____________ is the present King of Cambodia.

• A.

Sihanouk

• B.

Sihamoni

• C.

Suramarit

• D.

Sisowaths

B. Sihamoni
Explanation
Sihamoni is the correct answer because he is the present King of Cambodia. The other options, Sihanouk, Suramarit, and Sisowaths, are not the present kings of Cambodia.

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### 9. The Angkor Wat is located in the province of ______________

• A.

Battambang

• B.

Siem Reap

• C.

Kratie

• D.

Prey Veng

B. Siem Reap
Explanation
The correct answer is Siem Reap. Siem Reap is the province where the Angkor Wat is located. The Angkor Wat is a famous temple complex in Cambodia and is one of the most important archaeological sites in Southeast Asia. Siem Reap is known for its proximity to the Angkor Archaeological Park, which includes the Angkor Wat as well as other ancient temples and ruins. It is a popular tourist destination and attracts visitors from around the world.

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### 10. _____________ is the largest fresh water lake in Cambodia.

• A.

Tonle Sap

• B.

Tonle Sac

• C.

Tonle Bassac

• D.

Tonle Bassap

A. Tonle Sap
Explanation
Tonle Sap is the largest freshwater lake in Cambodia.

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