A few years ago, Hua Hin was voted one of the top destinations to retire to, and with a vibrant beach, ample outdoor activities, and an abundance of four and five-star hotels, the resort town is fast becoming the place to be for both expats and Thai nationals. With the ever-growing expat community in Hua Hin, it made sense to introduce Villa Market to the seaside resort and it has quickly become everyone’s favorite spot to shop.
Villa Market opened its doors in Bangkok in 1973 and has since been offering a wide variety of local and imported items to appease all tastes. From Australian Marmite and succulent lamb from New Zealand to ready-made meals from the UK, Villa Market is a one-stop shop for any expat looking for the hard-to-find food they crave from back home.
As of recent news in April 2018, the family-owned market decided to step into the digital world and has partnered with Siam Commercial Bank (SCB) in order to introduce two digital platforms. Shoppers can now enjoy cashless shopping via the VPlus Wallet application or order groceries online at www.shoponline.villamarket.com. Shoppers can select their groceries and pay by the simple click of a button and choose from home delivery or pick-up at the supermarket.
The overall shopping experience is great and the supermarket not only boasts a welcoming atmosphere but employs a friendly team that is willing to assist and goes the extra mile. High-quality produce and local and imported items, along with excellent customer service, make this supermarket a winner.
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