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Hotel
“Seenspace Hua Hin is the first ever beachfront shopping mall and eatery in Thailand. Seenspace is Hua Hin’s premier destination for a laid-back vibe that combines the philosophy Eat, Play, Stay, Relax with a chill environment that all can enjoy. Come and enjoy shopping at multi-brand fashion stores, exclusive pool bars, live music, restaurants offering a variety of food and drinks”
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Einkaufszentrum
“Chatchai Market proper is an historic indoor fresh market but it is also a lively walking street night market offering great restaurants cooking up loads of fresh seafood. There is clothing, crafts, local snacks, jewelry and just about anything you can think of and some you can't. Opens at dusk every evening. A fun place to spend an evening, but parking is tough if you are driving you own car. ”
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Einkaufszentrum
“Old Shooping Mall of HuaHin. "Thing that You can not Found from Other Shopping Mall" ”
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Outlet Store
“Thailand’s leading factory outlet. We offer export quality products at affordable prices Products Clothing • Shoes • Accessories • Bedding • Bath • Home Decor • Household item • Kitchen&Dining • Luggage • Furniture”
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Hotel
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Einkaufszentrum
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Markt
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Mini-Markt
“Situated in the Hua Hin centre between the Petchkasem Road and the railway line, the market basically encompasses one street that comes to life from 18:30 onwards, when traders line the street with their stalls selling various apparel, crafts, art, CDs, DVDS and cheap, tasty food – generally what you might expect from a Thai market. This is by no means the best place to shop in Thailand; you will finder a bigger variety of goods in Bangkok or say, Chiang Mai. However, Hua Hin does have a superb selection of seafood restaurants that line the road that hosts the Night Market, drawing a lot of attention from visitors eager to feast on the quality dishes on offer. Most of the restaurants on the street double as bars where you can enjoy a beer or cocktail while watching the crowds move up the street. At the top end of the street moving away from the sea, you will come to Prapokklao Road, which is lively street consisting of shops, bars and restaurants. The seafood restaurants in this part of town are incredibly popular due to their atmosphere, quality of food and Thai-style low prices. With minimal space between each establishment, you can pretty much expect the same thing from each place and prices that closely compare to their neighbours’. Each restaurant usually has a small vending station outside where food is both prepared and sold on a street food basis. The usual seafood ice trays laden with freshly caught fish, crab and lobsters might help sway your choice – the bigger the better. From experience we can recommend that Khaimuk, Rod Yai and Ko Seafood are all worthy choices with excellent food coming in wholesome portions for a lot less than you will pay in the west. Other than seafood, steaks and western-style BBQ dishes can be easily found. Primarily, Hua Hin Night Market is a place to indulge in food and drink but that is not to say that the shopping should go unmissed. As any savvy market-goer will testify, finding the good stuff is more often than not about getting into the thick of it – keep your ears and eyes peeled in other words. The sort of stuff you can expect to see goes along the lines of jewelry, crafts, some Buddhist tokens, beachwear, funky lamps and some counterfeit goods. The counterfeit goods here don’t feature as prominently as say, Bangkok, but you can still get your hands on a good ‘Chanel’ handbag or pair of ‘Adidas’ trainers. Women’s fashions in the form of dresses, skirts, shirts and tops feature quite prominently as do accessory stands where intricate, hand crafted pieces can be bought. Essentially this is a good area for some pre- or post-dinner shopping, especially if you’re looking to buy souvenirs or traditional Thai crafts. Opening Hours: 18:00 to 23:00 ( Best time to go after 19:00 ) Location: Petchkasem Road”
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