The kong mong or kong ming (Khmer: គងម៉ង់) is a Cambodian musical instrument, a single suspended or handheld gong chime made of bronze or brass, held aloft with one hand, while the other beats it with the wooden drumstick, "Onlung Kbal Sva". The gong has two holes drilled in it, with sting through the holes to suspend it. It has a boss (a raised and rounded section in the center) called the "Doh". The name comes from the sound of the chime or gong "which can be heard as 'Mong Mong.' Also described as a "bossed gong."
- Khean, Yun; Dorivan, Keo; Lina, Y; Lenna, Mao. Traditional Musical Instruments of Cambodia (PDF). Kingdom of Cambodia: United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization. p. 172.