Markets in Hua Hin

Thailand is known for their many markets, street kitchens, Street food. Come and experience the atmosphere, the smell andthe atmosphere.

Hua Hin Night Market

Probably the most famous market in Hua Hin. Traditional evening market with street food. etc. Like most Thai markets, you'll find a wide range of clothing options, arts and crafts, and CDs and DVDs for purchase.

The street is primarily lined with fish restaurants, so you can grab a bite to eat while you shop down the street. In fact, many consider the food here to be one of the best parts of this particular night market.

Tamarin Market Chic and Chill

Named after the trees that surround the place, the Tamarind Night Market is quite close to the Cicada Market. Like many of these markets, Tamarind has a few different areas. Tamarind offers a wealth of dining options and a large dining area where you can eat some food. While you enjoy the food, you can enjoy the live music before doing a little shopping.

The market is close to the parking lot and is considered more "local" as the food here is less flashy but still delicious and often cheaper. Nice place to hang out and enjoy good food and music
if you are either a couple or a larger group.

Like Cicada, Tamarind is only open on weekend evenings, and since they are so close to each other, they are a great set of markets to visit in a single night!

Cicada Market 

Cicada Market is a little different from the other night markets as it has a strong focus on art.

The market is divided into four sections: Art a la Mode, Art Indoors, Art of Act and Art of Eating.Most of the outdoor space at

Cicada is taken up by the Art a la Mode section, which features vendors selling clothing and handmade accessories, as well as other decorative items.

Art Indoors is about artwork for sale, which includes paintings and sculptures.

It should come as no surprise that the Art of Eating involves, well, food. Enjoy all kinds of food here, such as salads, pasta, BBQ and sweets in the outdoor dining area.

Art of Act is an area of ​​Cicada that gives local talent a place to showcase their skills. Past performances include dance groups, musical bands and pantomimes.

Be sure to plan your trip carefully if you want to check out the Cicada Market, as it is only open in the evenings on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

Pranburi Walking Street 

If you have nothing to do on Saturday night, you should probably consider going to Pranburi Walking Street.

Shopping and lots of food stalls Every Saturday evening until late at night, Thai people in Pranburi have appeared at a street market, flanked by an old building over 100 years old.

Truly an experience to see these old buildings.The market starts from 16.00 to 10 p.m. Street food in an original style different from street food in BKK.