Day 2 Hua Hin Night Market - Jeremy Lee's Travel & Photography

Hua Hin Night Market



The 200m stretch of marketplace offers many makeshift shopping stores and is a street apart from the stretch of seafood restaurants that offer your usual western food + fresh seafood barbecue.  

Along the marketplace is home to the Chatchai market which is a local bazaar that sells mainly clothes and imitation fashion products.

My personal opinion? Head over to Hua Hin Night Market if you are here for some street food/seafood barbecue, skip the night market and head for Cicada Night Market if you are here for shopping for clothes/souvenirs.


We went to Hua Hin Night Market to catch the extremely reasonable priced seafood, there are throngs of seafood restaurants piling the streets, I've tried 3 different stalls and they all taste similarly good. My verdict? Go with the stall which has a reasonable crowd. This time I tried Bird Chillis restaurant.

We ordered a large variety of seafood, we were allowed to pick our choice of the seafood from the bed of ice, after picking them, the chef washed and split the lobster into half. Next we know it, the lobster and prawns are already on the grill! 

An extremely simple meal to execute, which is just fresh seafood on a hot grill topped with some butter. Sometimes life could be just as enjoyable 

Totally enjoyed my dinner, the steak could be better (but who expects a real good steak at a streetside barbecue in Thailand?) the tomyum soup and prawn cakes were passable. The main star had to be the lobster and king prawns. Total damages for the meal? Approx Thai Baht 7000 for 2 large lobsters, 2 large prawns, a steak, a chicken chop, tomyum seafood soup, oyster omelette, grilled squid and prawn cakes.

Hua Hin Night Market

1 Soi Sa Song, Hua Hin 72 Road

Hua Hin 77110, Thailand

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