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Introduced20 February 1996
TLD typeCountry code top-level domain
RegistryTelecommunication Regulator of Cambodia (TRC)
SponsorMinistry of Posts and Telecommunications
Intended useEntities connected with Cambodia
Actual useUsed in Cambodia
Registered domains3,255 (2022-11-30)[1]
Registration restrictionsRestricted to Cambodian entities and citizens; "Offensive or inappropriate" names may be refused registration
StructureRegistrations are at the third level beneath second-level labels Guidelines
Dispute policiesRegistered trade name owners have priority and can challenge conflicting registrations

.kh is the Internet country code top-level domain (ccTLD) for the Kingdom of Cambodia. It was formerly administered by the Ministry of Post and Telecommunications of Cambodia from 1997. In September 2012, the domain name was transferred to the Telecommunication Regulator of Cambodia, which currently administers it. The domain name is named after the majority ethnic group of Cambodia, the Khmer people.

Only Cambodia-registered companies, government agencies, organisations and Cambodian citizens can register domain names.

Second level domains


  1. ^ "Certificates". Telecommunication Regulator of Cambodia. 2022-12-17. Archived from the original on 2022-12-17. Retrieved 2022-12-17.