Apart from the Night Bazar, there is a vast daily market in Hua Hin,
This market is located in a vast market hall, only the ground floor is in use,
and a maze of narrow streets where people sell their products, sitting under umbrellas.
The hall is located between Thanon Petchkasem, Decha Nuchit, Sa-Song en Chom-Sin, coordinates 12°34'15.94"N 99°57'13.32"E. The streets strech out from the hall to the railway.
You can buy all kinds of goods on the market, but especially food like seafood, vegetables and fruit.
At markets where a lot of seafood is for sale, like here in Hua Hin, you hardly smell the seafood. We think the reason is that all the food is very fresh, not like in the Netherlands.
Apart from fresh seafood a lot of dried products, like shrimps, squid and small fish, are for sale. And of course sambal made of the dried seafood.
It's a joy to walk past all vegetables and herbs,
so beautiful, so fresh, so much diversity.
How different are the markets in the Netherlands, where it looks like you can only choose between ten kinds of vegetables. Or you must buy some canned vegetables.
We always buy dried seafood and sambal at this market, not only for ourselves, but also for our family in Bangkok.
We go to this market every time we are in Hua Hin, so our last visit was in 2015.
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