As we already booked a car for half a day for 1,800 baht and we don't know where we want to go, we just asked the driver where can we eat where there is air conditioning. It's too hot and sticky outside. We just really need a place, any place, that has air conditioning. So, we brought us back to Market Village~ Compared to the Floating Market, Market Village is like heaven~
We aren't really sure what we ordered. Just lots of noodle and it was yummy!
Only Cho likes this mango thing. It's not sweet, it's hard and the powder that comes with it is spicy. Overall, it's just not something I would order.
We mixed the mango and the sauce/powder and poured it out. I have no idea what this is called.
Also no idea what this is. Crispy fried egg on rice. Not much taste. Not something that I would order again. It does look kind of cool though.
We just can't have enough tom yum gung soup....we can't really take spicy food, but we keep torturing our stomach with tom yum soup. Love the spicy and sour soup.
To cool down our tongues, we have mango and sticky rice. Super sweet and yummy.
There's durian in the food court. Quite expensive compared to other fruits and food, but really sweet and yummy.
Another yummy noodle with minced pork, pork slices and other variation of pork. Like the soft boiled egg.
Market Village is at point G in the list Places Part 1 on the map below:
Day 1: Terminal 21 > Siam Center > Siam Paragon > SO Sofitel Huahin
Day 2: Breakfast at Hotel > Chill on the beach > Back Massage Lesson (Free) > Shopping and Spa at Let's Relax at Market Village > Cicada Night Market
Day 3: Yoga and Chill at the Beach > Breakfast at Hotel > Swim > Lunch at Hotel > Thai Massage at Hotel > Beach Party at Hotel > Swim > Room Service
Day 4: Breakfast at Hotel > Chill at the Beach > Gym > Swim > Thai Boxing > Hua Hin Floating Market > Late Lunch at Market Village > Feet Massage at Lanfsh Spa > Hua Hin Night Market > Swim > Room Service
Day 5: Breakfast at Hotel > DMK Airport