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Just another dirty trashy night market absolutely nothing to interest you. I felt after being there I need a long hot shower. Didn’t buy any food as I value my health, in fact didn’t buy anything at all. Total waste of time.
Gone there for 2 reasons. Firstly, went for the seafood dinner. Many restaurants offering fresh seafood especially lobsters. Had a pretty decent meal at one of the recommended restaurants there. Secondly, just another night in Hua Hin to occupy time. Apart from Cicada Night Market,...More
Hua Hin Night Bazar is situated at the city centre. The Market has several small stalls with varieties of items. It is one of the busiest markets in Hua Hin, which is full of cloths, handicrafts, fruits and other essential items. There are several good...More
I personally think this is the best night market in Hua Hin as compared to Cicada and Tamarind night market. I enjoy their street Thai food, seafood, local fruit, foot massage and some local souvenirs. Good price, clean, and spoilt with choices!
We took a tuk tuk (Thb120) from Hua Hin Market Village to Hua Hin Night Bazaar and was pleasantly surprised with the variety of stalls here. There are many street side restaurants offering seafood - grilled or bbq and local delicacies eg tom yam kung,...More
we are having our seafood dinner here. If you prefer local food with cheaper price, there are a few local stall too. But a lot of tourists will go for seafood restaurant where they offered big prawn and lobster which look sumptuous. i enjoyed to...More
Starts aroundd 6pm.Lots and lots of stalls with a variety of goods - great for holiday presents!
Fantastic restaurants selling an amazing array of seafood at very reasonable prices.
There’s a street food restaurant on the corner outside 7/11 which serves sensational seafood, fresh fish....More
Like many other night markets we visited throughout Thailand, the Hua Hin market features Tshirts, souvenirs, "antiquities", a.s.o. nothing bad about that. Entering the market from the railway side, you'll find a cluster of seafood-restaurants that feature giant prawns, lobsters, and other fresh seafood. All...More
Response from Smellycat1979 | Reviewed this property |
I never went to Cicada. but the regular night markets were open every night and provided enough entertainment. it's fun to shop there, have some dinner, desert etc. so by night you are definitely good. we honestly did not do... More
I never went to Cicada. but the regular night markets were open every night and provided enough entertainment. it's fun to shop there, have some dinner, desert etc. so by night you are definitely good. we honestly did not do much beside sunbathing and relaxing. ... having a massage, of course the latter is not a family activity.
Response from juliemiley1961 | Reviewed this property |
Hi they sell lots of different types of shoes and boots mainly sandals which are not expensive, clothes lots of t shirts, dresses and shawls also not expensive, they have a shopping mall not to far from the market which is... More
Hi they sell lots of different types of shoes and boots mainly sandals which are not expensive, clothes lots of t shirts, dresses and shawls also not expensive, they have a shopping mall not to far from the market which is very good mixture of stuff which is worth going to.
I brought some shawls they were only around £4 each.
Handbags and jewellery
Have great time
When you go to the market they have side streets with lots of bargains which are behind the stalls
So you will get a bargain, change your money out there you get a better rate, but take your passport with you
Hope that helps