Cambodia gov’t plans to build the Techo Peace Museum in Siem Reap which under the assistance of the Japanese government over US$1 billion to display the Kingdom’s history, war, and peace.
The Director General of the Cambodian Mine Action Center, Heng Ratana, said on October 5 that the construction of the Techo Santepheap Museum is likely to begin in November 2023 and is scheduled for completion in mid-2025.
It should be noted that this museum will be built on an area of 12 hectares in Trapeang Thom commune, Bakong district, Siem Reap province, near the entrance to Siem Reap Angkor Thmey International Airport and National Road 6A with the assistance of the Japanese government at a cost of US$1.717 million.
The Techo Peace Museum will also be able to compile and display the legacy of history, war, and peace for the national and international public, especially for the next generation of young Cambodians to learn about the great values of peace and abhor war.
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