Hun Sen and Shinzo Abe

Prime Ministers Hun Sen and Shinzo Abe on the inauguration of Tsubasa Bridge

Publication date 06 April 2015 | 12:13 | ICT

Shinzo Abe, Prime Minister of Japan On behalf of the Government of Japan and the Japanese people, I would like to extend my heartfelt congratulations on the opening of Tsubasa Bridge, which was built with Japanese grant assistance.



  •  Itsu Adachi, Chief representative of JICA

    Connecting ASEAN and the people

    Publication date 06 April 2015 | 12:06 | ICT

    Spien Tsubasa: the linguistic choice for the official name of this grand structure itself embodies the friendship between Cambodia and Japan. ‘Spien’ means ‘bridge’ in Khmer, while ‘Tsubasa’ means ‘wings’ in Japanese.

  • COMMENTS from the field: The individuals who made the bridge a success

    Publication date 06 April 2015 | 11:59 | ICT


  • City Link staff serving clients at their office

    City Link Transport

    Publication date 06 April 2015 | 11:33 | ICT

    City Link Transport Company now provides a new, safe and modern bus service that will connect the region’s three main cities: Phonm Penh, Ho Chi Minh City and Bangkok, thanks to the new Tsubasa Bridge.

  • Yamaha microfinance helps customers purchase motorbikes

    Publication date 06 April 2015 | 11:29 | ICT

    Cambodian people, especially the youth, are interested in new, modern and handsome motorbikes in the market.

  • Spien Tsubasa: a symbol of the strong relationship between Japan and Cambodia.

    Publication date 06 April 2015 | 11:19 | ICT

    In an exclusive interview with H.E. Kumamaru Yuji, Ambassador of Japan to the Kingdom of Cambodia, Post Plus talks about the historical significance of Spien Tsubasa’s official inauguration on Monday April 6, 2015.

  • Spien Tsubasa

    Publication date 06 April 2015 | 11:03 | ICT

    Spien Tsubasa is the longest bridge in the Kingdom of Cambodia that crosses over the mighty Mekong River, located along National Road 1.