The sasi Restaurant and show offers Buffet Dinner and a Thai show that includes Thai Dance and Music. Sasi is located near the entrance of the Hyatt Regency in this upcomming part of Hua hin, about 5 minutes from the center of town.
Dress Code: Smart Casual and relaxed.
If you want to enjoy a quiet evening by the beach than head to Lets Sea. They have a great wine list and make an awesome mojito. Sit out on the deck, grab a rocking chair, sip your white wine and enjoy the sound of the surf between sounds of cool jazz. The staff is very efficient, but the bar closes precisely at 11p.m and last call is 10:30. No exceptions!
Unfortunately, the sun sets behind you but it is still a nice place to be for sunset.
They also serve food, but most people just get light snacks. They have a nice coconut icecream with real coconut pieces.
Dress Code: Beach Casual
Fantastic multi-talented Philipino band playing all types of music and great atmosphere. Hit the place between 10:00 pm and 11:00 pm and the drinks are half price. Don't miss this one if you love all types of good music.
Dress Code: Neat casual
Thaiboxing! Ofcourse when you are in Thailand you have to see their national sport.. It was exiting to see but I think they were crazy!! They did not stop fighting until one of them got knocked out! it was scary to see them...
But it was fun to see all the locals, they where betting money and were screaming and jumping and were so into this:)!! You could feel the energy in the hall! just fun-crazy:)!!
There's some street / road where quite crowded at night. Many restaurants, pubs, bars , different kind of places which different atmosphere to sit , enjoy music and drink, some are open area places which seem popular beside street.. view people walking..
Dress Code: casual..
Located in the Hilton Hotel ( and I'm NOT recommending this just because I stayed there) is is a modern lively bar with a band on each nigt playing really good pop and rock (these guys should have a recording contract!). Its popular with the locals which is always a good sign, and it really is the busiest , liveliest bar in the town.
There is plenty of nightlife in town everyday of the week so no worry about being bored at night. The night market which sells lotsa bits and bobs starts from 6pm and vendors begin packing up just before midnight. Bargaining is quite easy here but even without they are still cheaper than the prices quoted in Bangkok markets. You won't miss it cos it is like in the centre of town, and if you do, you better go visit one of the friendly optical shops around to get ur eyes sorted then ask for directions.
This is one town that is ruled by its night market. The original is only about 100-150 m long and is lined with juice makers, fruit vendors, roadside stand-type restaurants with great seafood, lots of interesting things. And it is always crowded. Now i suspect that the night market has extended itself toward the ocean. It is a sort of relaxing just to wander thru the market, take in the sites and sounds, and eat lots. This isn't the cheapest market in town because of the tourist flow. There are lots of Europeans here so you will hear many different languages.
Dress Code: None