Phnom Penh can be rather chaotic in terms of traffic and the haphazard manner in which shops, markets and sidewalk.
In the midst of the chaos it is easy to miss the unique architecture and facade old colonial French buildings and traditional Khmer architecture in the various Buddhist temples, royal palace and government buildings around the city.
But one Notable building in the midst of the chaos is the Phnom Penh Central Market, known to the locals as Psar Thmey.
The buttercream yellow facade, of this structure, especially its dome, stands out in the midst of the plethora of colours, telecommunication poles, wires, honking cars, tuk-tuks and motorcycles.
Designed by French architect Jean Desbois, construction of the building which was supervised by Louis Chauchon was completed in 1937.
It features four wings which are filled with stalls selling memorabilia, jewellery, trinkets, souvenirs and ornaments among others.
Psar Thmey is a must see for shopaholics and those who just love to gawk at unique architecture.
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