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Introduced 1996
TLD type Country code top-level domain
Status Active
Registry Telecommunication Regulator of Cambodia(TRC)
Sponsor Ministry of Post and Telecommunications of Cambodia
Intended use Entities connected with  Cambodia
Actual use Used in Cambodia
Registration restrictions Restricted to Cambodian entities and citizens; "Offensive or inappropriate" names may be refused registration
Structure Registrations are at the third level beneath second-level labels
Documents .kh Guidelines
Dispute policies Registered trade name owners have priority and can challenge conflicting registrations
Registry Website trc.gov.kh

.kh is the Internet country code top-level domain (ccTLD) for Cambodia. It had been administered by the Ministry of Post and Telecommunications of Cambodia since 1997. After September 2012, .kh has been transferred to be administered by Telecommunication Regulator of Cambodia, TRC. The domain name comes from the major ethnic group of Cambodia, the Khmer people.

Only Cambodia-registered companies, government agency, organization and Cambodian citizens can register domain names.

Second level domains[edit]

  • per.kh - Personal names.
  • com.kh - Commercial entities.
  • edu.kh - Educational institutions.
  • gov.kh - Government entities.
  • mil.kh - Military entities.
  • net.kh - Network infrastructure.
  • org.kh - Non-commercial organizations.

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