Plearn Wan Shopping Village, Hua HinCurrently Open
- Address: Phetkasem Road (between Hua Hin Sois 38 and 40), close to Klai Kang Won Palace, Prachuap Khiri Khan, Thailand
- Timings: 10:00 am - 10:00 pm Details
- Phone: +66-0325203112
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Village, Tourist Center, Market, Shopping Center, Family And Kids
About Plearn Wan Shopping Village, Hua Hin
An architecturally unique place, the Plearn Wan Shopping Village is an open-air mall. Its two-storey courtyard-style building has shops selling everything from toys, liquor, furniture, clothes, fashion accessories and a lot more. It also houses a snacks area, a beauty salon, a photo studio and an outdoor cinema screen. Having a vintage feel to it, the Plearn Wan Shopping Village should be on your Hua Hin itinerary.
How To reach Plearn Wan Shopping Village by Public Transport
- White songteow stop near the shopping village.
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Plearn Wan Shopping Village, Hua Hin Reviews
This place has no entrance fee and so this is open to everybody. The prices of goods here are reasonable. At the back of this place is the paid parking area where you can park your car. Its better to buy shirts outside since its cheaper compared in buying it inside the premise.
Very quaint Plaza. Was very quiet when we went. Locally made products and souvineer shops. Decently priced, not too "tourist priced". Pleasantly surprised allot of food was street food prices! Some goodies in there that aren't commonly found. Carousel and ferris wheel there, maybe runs when it's busier?
Beautiful vintage style market. Food is not cheap. Liked it. Worth a visit.
Nice old Thai fashion hotel. Very convenient for shopping and find something to eat. Just below the room. It's quiet at night after 10 pm so need to stay companies.
The whole retro style is quite interesting. Food shops are abundant, prices are typically touristy prices. The souvenir and trinket shops aren't very special to me.