The National Olympic Committee of Cambodia has unveiled the model of the Morodok Decho National Sports Complex which will hosts the SEA Games in 2023.
It will be used as the venue for the opening and also closing ceremonies.
The complex is expected to be completed in slightly over three years following Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen’s groundbreaking last April.
The Morodok Decho National Sports Complex is being built on a sprawling 94-hectare site in Prek Tasek Sangkat in Russey Keo district with the main stadium expected to hold up to 100,000 spectators.
With a price tag of USD 157 million, the facility will have a football pitch, running track, multiple six-storey office blocks, four eight-storey athletes’ quarters, including 400 rooms and two huge dining halls, six different arenas and a weight training gym.