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Cicada Market

Cicada Market

It’s Friday and Hua Hin’s newest open-air market is crawling with families, groups of teenagers, and tourists of all hues, all set to shop until they drop.

At the entrance, an illuminated alphabet sculpture standing in a dark pool of water spells out its name; lights strung on the trees give the place a fairground atmosphere.

In one corner, a gang of break-dancers performs to the staccato beats from a boom box, while shoppers throng stalls selling everything from handmade paper, dolls, and lamps to postcards, hand-painted T-shirts, costume jewellery, and everything in between...

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Plearn Wan Vintage Village

Plearn Wan Vintage Village

Walking through this faux village located on Petchkasem Road between Soi Hua Hin 30 and 40, is like stepping back into time; a nostalgic time capsule that affords visitors a glimpse of the seaside town’s "good old days".

A great outing for the family, their website bills it as "a living museum... not just unique architecture, but a place of lively memories. At Plearn Wan, we think back to the place in times past, and imitate that period in the lifestyle of the people, in food, drink, architecture, language, etc."

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Baan Silapin

Baan Silapin

Spread over four acres in a shady grove along the hills to the west of central Hua Hin, this rabbit’s warren of studio spaces and galleries is the seaside town’s original arts centre. It’s the spot that artist Tawee Kesa-ngam picked in 1989, when he decided to exchange the fast-paced lifestyle of Bangkok for something a little more relaxed.

Today this artist’s collective is also the base for the Hua Hin Artists’ Group and frequently hosts special exhibitions and performance events...

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Khomapastr

Khomapastr

The name Khomapastr is to cotton, what Jim Thompson is to Thai silk and its elegant timeless products grace palaces, hotels and many private homes. One of the Kingdom’s first textile printing houses, it was set up in 1948 by his Royal Highness Prince Bovoradej, who developed a keen interest in dyeing and weaving textiles while in exile in Saigon during the 1930s. Returning to Thailand in the aftermath of World War II, he settled down in Hua Hin, then a sleepy fishing village, building a small dyeing, printing and weaving workshop on the family estate.

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