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Photo of Cicada Market in Hua Hin, , TH
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Cicada Market

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food stalls • live music • saturday and sunday • buy coupons

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Hua Hin 77110, TH
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  • Photo of rob b
    2 months ago
    We came here as we was staying just down the road and fancied a walk. There are a few stalls you can look at and buy from but if you come you should try the food. You buy tickets from one of the booths then walk around the different stalls exchanging your tickets for what you want. The food tasted amazing
  • Photo of Caroline M
    2 months ago
    Visited here a couple of nights ago, not to far from our hotel the rock. Sold lots of paintings, souvenirs and had lots of food and drinks to choose from all in one area really enjoyed everythink here and would recommend this place if your in the area. Not quite as big as the Changi Rai one but really enjoyed it!
  • Photo of A TripAdvisor Member
    Lots to buy and lot to eat. Plenty of stalls with various products also had entertainment. Similar to other markets you can bargain and get the best deal. There are some stalls where you can have T-shirts with your name or photos etc. Overall this market is very good and definitely worth a visit
  • Photo of Badtzuboy
    2 months ago
    They have a live music and the foods are orgasmic. They have all kinds of asian foods (Korean / Japanese / Thai) and some Western food and seafood also. most of them are quite good. The other things sells here are clothes and unique stuff. prices are quite cheap compared to Bangkok.
  • Photo of Melvin M
    2 months ago
    It was strange for us to see a large permanent signage for this market by a pool. Considering it is only open Friday-Sunday, this seems to be a permanent venue that is not used for the night market at other times. The market is clearly demarcated between stalls for food and that for artisanal products. For us it seems to be a little "classier" with real artisans working on their wares while engaging with customers. It is spacious to walk and the products on offer are definitely of higher quality from other night markets we frequented before. As usual there is a food section and the usual widespread of Thai, fusion food are available. Prices not too exorbitant. There is a amphitheatre for performances too, though it is ticketed. The only thing is for folks coming by car, that there is no parking. So, one needs to park further down next to the Tamarind market instead and walk over.
  • Photo of Jens P
    2 months ago
    Absolutely a must see in Hua Hin. It was the sort of market where locals would try to sell art and crafts with local origin and it is a breath of fresh air compared to the Night Market and other markets in Hua Hin where most of the goods are just random tourist goods. A wide range of local foods/drinks were also available as well as music and performances. Definitely one of the best things I experienced in Hua Hin!
  • Photo of Nick H
    2 months ago
    Open weekends only it is a lovely place to while away a few hours in the evening. Good selection of food stalls.
  • Photo of jasmineh151
    2 months ago
    We fell in love with the atmosphere there especially Live band music that let you enjoy yourself. Such a cool place there were many activities ; shopping hand made goods, watching the mute performance, be the model for your own art work which created by indy artist. Enjoy eating and having snacks at the food corner... Highly recommended for anyone who love to be chilling in the evening!
  • Photo of Terry252
    2 months ago
    Food stalls have a range of very tasty food , rice, noodles, curries, fresh veggies, tofu, along with traditional desserts and our favourite mango sticky rice. The food area and stalls are the cleanest we have seen in all of asia. There aren't a lot of goods stalls and the market has never been overcrowded or as packed as those in Bangkok or Chiang Mai, so you're not being jostled all the time. We have visited two nights running as there are usually local acts, fire dancers, traditional music players etc and some very good food. There is a theatre on site which was showing a contemporary version of Thai traditional story.
  • Photo of Yael D
    2 months ago
    nice poshy artisan weekend night market, high quality, clean, live music, food and lots of things to buy. highly recommended.
  • Photo of shakeyw
    2 months ago
    This was an enjoyable evening out. The stalls were mostly local and of a good standard not the usual cheap and touristy.For the food you buy tokens on entry and exchange at food stalls where there is plenty of choice.We were able to enjoy Good Thai food with a couple of drinks for 500 Baht. The cost of a Tuk Tuk from Hua Hin was 150 Baht each. Their is also entertainment on site so a good cheap and good week end night out.
  • Photo of HarrisCardiff
    2 months ago
    not you usual tat this is an artisan market with interesting products. We ate in the food area which was interesting and well priced.
  • Photo of yc102575
    2 months ago
    A really special market, with amazing food, music and a very chilled atmosphere. There are some amazing handmade clothes, soaps, jewellery and paintings for sale here. The market is open on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, and is best from about 6pm onwards.
  • Photo of mark h
    2 months ago
    Superb market with so much to buy, ensure you add this to your to do list. Local artists with hand made goods such as paintings; jewellery; clothing too much to name.
  • Photo of Krisna E S
    2 months ago
    Worth a visit. It was crowded with local and tourists. Perfect place for shopping, dinning, drinking and chill with live music.
  • Photo of Ritesh_Baheti
    2 months ago
    If you are spending the weekend in Hua Hin, you can't afford to miss this place. This is a great night market with live music. Plenty of arts and handifract items to buy. Delicious food stalls. Must visit.
  • Photo of bjorkby
    2 months ago
    We really liked both this market and the one next door. Coupon system instead of cash is a bit cumbersome but not a big hazzle There is ampl of food choice and all tasted great. They also sell som touristy stuff of low quality (the watch we bought lost one of its buttons within 2 days) so I recommend to focus on the food.
  • Photo of gohb793
    2 months ago
    This night market located at Huahin they open 4pm onwards but probably come around 5pm, most shop and food stall are open. A lot of good food and stalls to eat and shop. Food stalls are clean not to worry about their hygiene.Will recommend to come here for food and shopping. Mostly need to spend around few hours here, huge night market.
  • Photo of Tanya S
    2 months ago
    Plenty of food stalls with a variety of dishes, also many stalls selling souvenir items, artwork, etc. Good entertainment.
  • Photo of William H
    2 months ago
    Staying at Hyatt Resort, the market was just a short stroll away. We went on a Friday and Saturday. Friday not as crowded, but same amount of food stalls and other. Live music was good. As markets go, this one was well organised, and clean. There were some tourists, but this market is mainly for the local people. Well worth a visit

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