The Southeast Asian Games, also known as the SEA Games (SEAG), is a biennial multi-sport event involving participants from the current 11 countries of Southeast Asia. The games are under the regulation of the Southeast Asian Games Federation with supervision by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and the Olympic Council of Asia (OCA). The Southeast Asian Games is one of the five subregional Games of the Olympic Council of Asia (OCA). The others are the Central Asian Games, the East Asian Youth Games, the South Asian Games, and the West Asian Games.
The 2023 Southeast Asian Games, commonly known as the 32nd SEA Games, will be held in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. The announcement was made at the SEA Games Federation Council meeting at Singapore, in conjunction of the 2015 Southeast Asian Games, by the President of the National Olympic Committee of Cambodia, Thong Khon.
The WorldBridge Sport Village comprised of all the relevant components required to host the thousands of participating members involved in the 2023 Southeast Asian Games & 2023 ASEAN Para Games, prior to being reinstated and handed over to the buyers. Located within the boundaries of the Morodok Techo National Stadium over eight hectares of prime land, the WorldBridge Sport Village is only a 15 mins drive from the Central Business District, due to its current and additional infrastructure that connects it to the Central Business District, including more than four bridges, several new and existing traverse roads, public transport and the planned overland train line connecting to the Central Business District and is designed to have long-term success along with the various venues built for the games.
The huge sports arenas, at the end of the games, will serve as the main attraction for local and international sports federations to choose Cambodia to host events. The Sport Village will also function as an integrated multi-sport community as well as commercial and residential hub where one can live, work, stay healthy amidst lush greenery, all in the luxury of one’s own self-contained development, which also offers the Safari World, Water Park, a 18 Hole Golf Course (with an additional 27 Hole under development), Healthcare and Educational Facilities. Also, for those travelling to the sports complex they will also have the opportunity to choose to stay in our planned serviced apartments or hotel.
The WorldBridge Sport Village will easily be a success story in the post-SEA Games era, with nearly all of the venues still in use, either by sportsmen and women from all over the world or by the thousands of residents, who will live and work in the sprawling village. When completed within 2022 for the preparation of the 2023 Southeast Asian Games & 2023 ASEAN Para Games by the relevant authorities, the WorldBridge Sport Village by WorldBridge will see the transformation of Phnom Penh into a modern sports and residential metropolis, which will be self-contained, tranquil and sustained.
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