The Kingdom of Cambodia is located in Southeastern Asia. It is bordered by Thailand in the northwest, Laos in the north, Vietnam to the east, and the Thailand Gulf in the southwest. ,

Coordinates: 13 00 N, 105 00 E

Total land area: 181,035 km2 (69,898 sq mi)

Coastline: 443 km (275 mi)

Climate: Tropical – monsoon season from May to November; dry season from December to April

Terrain: Low flat plains with mountains in the north and southwest

Elevation: 126 m

Land use: Agricultural, crops, pasture, forest

Cambodia’s natural resources:  The country’s mineral resources include oil, iron, natural gas, manganese, timber, phosphates, gemstones, and hydropower prospects.

Cambodia’s natural hazards: Cambodia is significantly exposed to a number of natural disasters. In particular, it is prone to river flooding during the monsoon season. Occasionally, the country suffers from forest fires, droughts, tropical storms, and monsoonal rains.

Environmental issues: Illegal logging, strip mining, soil erosion, declining fish stocks

Environmental agreements: Climate Change Kyoto Protocol, Ozone Layer Protection, Biodiversity, Marine Life Conservation, Desertification, Endangered Species, Ship Pollution