The new Samdech Techo Hun Sen Guidance Museum at the capital’s Win-Win Monument is now open four days a week (from 2-5pm on Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday) to the public, which had announced by the memorial’s committee.
It was started to build in February 25, 2016, designed concept in Modernist Khmer style. The base is 117m along each side and features bas-reliefs depicting the journey to peace. The plaza has eight pools and featuring various sculptures. Total estimated cost USD 12 million.
The museum showcase “Marching Towards National Salvation” ceremony held on June 20, 1977, and several significant achievements of Prime Minister Hun Sen.
General Nem Sowath - head of Win-Win Monument Construction Committee commented that, since the inauguration of the Win-Win Monument on December 29, to commemorate the 20th anniversary of Prime Minister Hun Sen’s Win-Win policy, the memorial had caught the attention from public, from day until night, daily-received visitors from local and worldwide.
He further shared that civil servants from ministries and institutions as well as students after granted official approval, will be able to conduct research at the museum.
Besides that, the main 33m Win-Win Monument, Techo Santepheap Garden and surrounding attractions will be open seven days a week.
There will a group of information representatives’ standby in front of the monument using audio and video to orientate the visitors about the memorial.