The new Win-Win Memorial in Phnom Penh, built to commemorate the actions – and myths – of Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen. Photo: Pete Ford The new Win-Win Memorial in Phnom Penh, built to commemorate the actions – and myths – of Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen. Photo: Pete Ford
The new Win-Win Memorial in Phnom Penh, built to commemorate the actions – and myths – of Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen. Photo: Pete Ford

Cycling in Cambodia: what a bike trip to Phnom Penh’s newest tourist attraction reveals about how lives in the capital are changing

  • The new US$12 million Win-Win Memorial in the capital’s north provides an enticing destination for one Phnom Penh resident fresh off self-imposed isolation
  • Relentless development means modest village areas where children still play by river banks may not survive much longer

Topic |   Asia travel
The new Win-Win Memorial in Phnom Penh, built to commemorate the actions – and myths – of Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen. Photo: Pete Ford The new Win-Win Memorial in Phnom Penh, built to commemorate the actions – and myths – of Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen. Photo: Pete Ford
The new Win-Win Memorial in Phnom Penh, built to commemorate the actions – and myths – of Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen. Photo: Pete Ford
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