Sunset Local Eats Tour

Sunset Local Eats Tour
Sunset Local Eats
Operates: Everyday 4:30pm to 7:30pm


Duration: Approx 3 hours

Price: 1,500 ฿ Per Person (12 years and over)
Price: 1,900 ฿ Per Person (6 - 11 years)



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Walking Distance: None, as we utilise local transport


Transport: Hotel pickup / dropoff (pickup restrictions apply - click here)


Food Included: Around 15 items; local market food, 2 local restaurants and finishing at an amazing street vendor selling Thai sweets


Note: This tour is not suitable for strict vegetarians. See FAQS

Ever wondered how, where and what locals eat at night? This tour is about the evening local food fix; where Thais go for freshly cooked takeaway meals or to eat out.

This tour is about getting 'under the skin' of the food scene in Hua Hin and exploring where locals go to satisfy their evening food fix. It's about seeing the freshest local produce in a local market full of tasty delights. In the market, we will be eating standing up. This way we can move around and sample what the vendors have to offer. We then leave the market and visit two local eateries, finishing up at a street food vendor to sample Thai sweets which will challenge the senses.

Come hungry!!

We start the tour at the most local of local markets. To say this market is rustic is an understatement, but it is where locals prefer to go to purchase their evening meal, as the vendors and food are top quality.

We first start by exploring the fresh ingredients that make up the flavours of Thai food. You will see local chefs and restaurant owners here buying their ingredients for the next day, indicating that the produce is of the highest quality.

We then make our way to the front of the market, where there are a myriad of vendors cooking and selling their food. Our passionate 'foodie' tour guides will guide you through the market; sampling as we go. We will be tasting whatever we find that looks good on the day; as not all vendors are there every day. At the market, we will sample dishes like the following:

Sai Krok Isaan Fermented Pork Sausages from the NorthEast •

Khao Griap Bpak Mor Steamed Rice Dumplings w/- Pork •

Phon-la-mai Various Thai Fruits •

As vendors vary depending on the weather and other factors,
we will also try whatever looks fresh and seasonal on the day.


Be warned; the atmosphere here is absolutely electric with hundreds of locals everywhere buying their evening meals, plus if it has rained, the walkways may have puddles to add to the fun of this excursion. This is a true local market where we spend over an hour.

We then travel to a local eatery where we will sample some great dishes from the central and northern regions. This out of the way garden restaurant serves up some interesting dishes that you may not have had before, but may become your new favourite! Dishes like Yam Naem Khao Thot Fermented Pork Salad w/- Crispy Rice Balls or Khao Soi Gai Chiang Mai Noodles (similar to Laksa).

Our next stop is a very local restaurant specialising in Miang Bplaa Phao • Salt Crusted Grilled Fish; we wrap this in lettuce leaves along with lots of herbs. This venue also serves many other Isaan dishes, so we will look to try a vibrant salad or something else from the wonderful world of Isaan food.

Our last stop is an area popular for street food vendors. Here you will learn about what makes Thai street food so good and how to choose the best. This is where we will also sample some Thai sweets that will excite and challenge your taste buds; all from a spectacularly colourful roadside Khanom Wan Ruam Mit vendor. At these types of 'mixed sweet' vendors, you will see a vast number of bowls with different colours, shapes and textures of sweets. For many, this is where it ends for them, as the choice looks too daunting: What are all these bits? Is it all really sweet? How do I order? How do I eat it? Our experienced Foodie Guides will help you navigate the maze that is Thai desserts.


Tour Highlights:

  • Explore everything from fresh ingredients to freshly cooked food at the most local of local's food markets
  • Sample dishes as diverse as Yam Naem Khao Thot to Isaan Sausages
  • Dine in a serene garden setting with locals in the know at a local venue that specialises in Miang Bplaa Phao - Salt Crusted Grilled Fish
  • Sample Thai sweets at a street vendor that will delight your senses

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Sunset Local Eats Tour

Sunset Local Eats


Operates: Everyday 4:30pm to 7:30pm


Duration: Approx 3; hours

Price: 1,500 ฿ Per Person (12 years and over)
Price: 1,900 ฿ Per Person (7 - 11 years)



Make A Booking >>


Walking Distance: None as we utilise local transport


Transport: Hotel pickup / dropoff (pickup restrictions apply - click here)


Food Included: Around 15 items; local market food, 2 local restaurants and finishing at an amazing street vendor selling Thai sweets


Note: Not suitable for strict vegetarians. See FAQS

Ever wondered how, where and what locals eat at night? This tour is about the evening local food fix; where Thais go for freshly cooked takeaway meals or to eat out.

This tour is about getting 'under the skin' of the food scene in Hua Hin and exploring where locals go to satisfy their evening food fix. It's about seeing the freshest local produce in a local market full of tasty delights. In the market, we will be eating standing up. This way we can move around and sample what the vendors have to offer. We then leave the market and visit two local eateries, finishing up at a street food vendor to sample Thai sweets which will challenge the senses.

Come hungry!!

We start the tour at the most local of local markets. To say this market is rustic is an understatement, but it is where locals prefer to go to purchase their evening meal, as the vendors and food are top quality.

We first start by exploring the fresh ingredients that make up the flavours of Thai food. You will see local chefs and restaurant owners here buying their ingredients for the next day, indicating that the produce is of the highest quality.

We then make our way to the front of the market, where there are a myriad of vendors cooking and selling their food. Our passionate 'foodie' tour guides will guide you through the market; sampling as we go. We will be tasting whatever we find that looks good on the day; as not all vendors are there every day. At the market, we will sample dishes like the following:

Sai Krok Isaan Fermented Pork Sausages from the NorthEast •

Khao Griap Bpak Mor Steamed Rice Dumplings w/- Pork •

Phon-la-mai Various Thai Fruits •

As vendors vary depending on the weather and other factors,
we will also try whatever looks fresh and seasonal on the day.


Be warned; the atmosphere here is absolutely electric with hundreds of locals everywhere buying their evening meals, plus if it has rained, the walkways may have puddles to add to the fun of this excursion. This is a true local market where we spend over an hour.

We then travel to a local eatery where we will sample some great dishes from the central and northern regions. This out of the way garden restaurant serves up some interesting dishes that you may not have had before, but may become your new favourite! Dishes like Yam Naem Khao Thot Fermented Pork Salad w/- Crispy Rice Balls or Khao Soi Gai Chiang Mai Noodles (similar to Laksa).

Our next stop is a very local restaurant specialising in Miang Bplaa Phao • Salt Crusted Grilled Fish; we wrap this in lettuce leaves along with lots of herbs. This venue also serves many other Isaan dishes, so we will look to try a vibrant salad or something else from the wonderful world of Isaan food.

Our last stop is an area popular for street food vendors. Here you will learn about what makes Thai street food so good and how to choose the best. This is where we will also sample some Thai sweets that will excite and challenge your taste buds; all from a spectacularly colourful roadside Khanom Wan Ruam Mit vendor. At these types of 'mixed sweet' vendors, you will see a vast number of bowls with different colours, shapes and textures of sweets. For many, this is where it ends for them, as the choice looks too daunting: What are all these bits? Is it all really sweet? How do I order? How do I eat it? Our experienced Foodie Guides will help you navigate the maze that is Thai desserts.


Tour Highlights:

  • Explore everything from fresh ingredients to freshly cooked food at the most local of local's food markets
  • Sample dishes as diverse as Yam Naem Khao Thot to Isaan Sausages
  • Dine in a serene garden setting with locals in the know at a local venue that specialises in Miang Bplaa Phao - Salt Crusted Grilled Fish
  • Sample Thai sweets at a street vendor that will delight your senses

Return To Food Tours >>


Sunset Local Eats Tour

Sunset Local Eats


Operates: Everyday 4:30pm to 7:30pm


Duration: Approx 3 hours

Price: 1,500 ฿ Per Person (12 years and over)
Price: 1,900 ฿ Per Person (6 - 11 years)



Make A Booking >>


Walking Distance: None; local transport used


Transport: Hotel pickup / dropoff (pickup restrictions apply - click here)


Food Included: Around 15 items; local market food, 2 local restaurants and finishing at an amazing street vendor selling Thai sweets


Note: This tour is not suitable for strict vegetarians. See FAQS

Ever wondered how, where and what locals eat at night? This tour is about the evening local food fix; where Thais go for freshly cooked takeaway meals or to eat out.

This tour is about getting 'under the skin' of the food scene in Hua Hin and exploring where locals go to satisfy their evening food fix. It's about seeing the freshest local produce in a local market full of tasty delights. In the market, we will be eating standing up. This way we can move around and sample what the vendors have to offer. We then leave the market and visit two local eateries, finishing up at a street food vendor to sample Thai sweets which will challenge the senses.

Come hungry!!

We start the tour at the most local of local markets. To say this market is rustic is an understatement, but it is where locals prefer to go to purchase their evening meal, as the vendors and food are top quality.

We first start by exploring the fresh ingredients that make up the flavours of Thai food. You will see local chefs and restaurant owners here buying their ingredients for the next day, indicating that the produce is of the highest quality.

We then make our way to the front of the market, where there are a myriad of vendors cooking and selling their food. Our passionate 'foodie' tour guides will guide you through the market; sampling as we go. We will be tasting whatever we find that looks good on the day; as not all vendors are there every day. At the market, we will sample dishes like the following:

Sai Krok Isaan Fermented Pork Sausages from the NorthEast •

Khao Griap Bpak Mor Steamed Rice Dumplings w/- Pork •

Phon-la-mai Various Thai Fruits •

As vendors vary depending on the weather and other factors,
we will also try whatever looks fresh and seasonal on the day.


Be warned; the atmosphere here is absolutely electric with hundreds of locals everywhere buying their evening meals, plus if it has rained, the walkways may have puddles to add to the fun of this excursion. This is a true local market where we spend over an hour.

We then travel to a local eatery where we will sample some great dishes from the central and northern regions. This out of the way garden restaurant serves up some interesting dishes that you may not have had before, but may become your new favourite! Dishes like Yam Naem Khao Thot Fermented Pork Salad w/- Crispy Rice Balls or Khao Soi Gai Chiang Mai Noodles (similar to Laksa).

Our next stop is a very local restaurant specialising in Miang Bplaa Phao • Salt Crusted Grilled Fish; we wrap this in lettuce leaves along with lots of herbs. This venue also serves many other Isaan dishes, so we will look to try a vibrant salad or something else from the wonderful world of Isaan food.

Our last stop is an area popular for street food vendors. Here you will learn about what makes Thai street food so good and how to choose the best. This is where we will also sample some Thai sweets that will excite and challenge your taste buds; all from a spectacularly colourful roadside Khanom Wan Ruam Mit vendor. At these types of 'mixed sweet' vendors, you will see a vast number of bowls with different colours, shapes and textures of sweets. For many, this is where it ends for them, as the choice looks too daunting: What are all these bits? Is it all really sweet? How do I order? How do I eat it? Our experienced Foodie Guides will help you navigate the maze that is Thai desserts.


Tour Highlights:

  • Explore everything from fresh ingredients to freshly cooked food at the most local of local's food markets
  • Sample dishes as diverse as Yam Naem Khao Thot to Isaan Sausages
  • Dine in a serene garden setting with locals in the know at a local venue that specialises in Miang Bplaa Phao - Salt Crusted Grilled Fish
  • Sample Thai sweets at a street vendor that will delight your senses