The most famous of all Hua Hin markets is 'The Hua Hin Night Market' also known as the Chat Chai night market. Located in the center of Hua Hin town it runs the length of Dechanuchit Road from Phetchkasem Road to the Prapokklao Road next to the railway tracks. No visit to Hua Hin is complete without taking a stroll down the Hua Hin Night Market.
Hua Hin Night Market is open from 5pm til 11pm, every day including holidays, and is busiest on Fri, Sat and Sun.
There is a wide variety of food stalls, street restaurants and proper restaurants at the Hua Hin night market. The food stalls are selling a wide range of foods from fried chicken with garlic, mussel omelets, pad Thai and any number of curries as well as Thai desserts such as sticky rice with mango. There are street restaurants serve sea food dishes and your staple Thai foods like pad kapow (fried basil) and fried rice. The proper restaurants are mainly at the top end of the night market street towards the railway tracks and specialize in sea food dishes and BBQ. You can get lobster, giant tiger prawns, crabs and many different types of fish either steamed, fried or barbecued to your specification. They also have western dishes mainly pork, beef or chicken steaks barbecued and served with vegetables and either french fries or a jacket potato.
The Hua Hin night market is also a great place to go and sit at one of the many street bars or in one of the restaurants to have a drink and watch the world go by.
As the Hua Hin Night Market is mainly frequented by both foreign and Thai tourists alike there are many souvenir stalls selling Thai handicrafts and Hua Hin souvenir T-shirts and ornaments. There are also many art galleries selling Asian style paintings and photographs along the street.
Attraction type: Tourist street market