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Immerse yourself in Korean culture and enjoy an authentic home-cooking experience with a local chef at her home. Enjoy a guided visit to the local market to purchase fresh ingredients, sample tasty street food snacks, and learn about typical herbs and spices. Then, get hands-on as you create a selection of popular Korean dishes and master traditional cooking techniques. Finally sit down to enjoy a ‘Hanjeongsik’ dinner including your homemade dishes, along with additional side dishes and dessert.
Eating Vietnamese dishes is temporary, but learning to cook local specialities lasts for a lifetime. Opt for an insider experience during a cooking class in a local home, a great choice for food lovers and families. As well as receiving personalized attention in a small group limited to 10, you’ll explore a local market and enjoy the convenient of hotel pickup and drop-off, an added benefit not usually included with cooking classes.
Refine your cooking skills and enrich your knowledge of Japanese cuisine during a kaiseki ryouri (haute cuisine) cookery class in Tokyo. In a small group, limited to a maximum of 10 people, prepare up to eight different dishes featuring Wagyu beef, Japanese vegetables, and traditional seasonings. Then, sit down to feast on the fruits of your labors, accompanied by sake and green tea.
Master the basics of Thai cuisine on this tour, with a guided market visit followed by a cooking class with a professional chef in Bangkok. Shop for fresh ingredients at the Khlong Toei market and learn to make traditional Thai dishes like spicy coconut soup, "pad Thai" noodles, and red curry with chicken during a hands-on cooking class. Then sit down to feast on a delicious homemade lunch or dinner.
Get a taste for the unique flavors of Thai and ‘Akha’ cooking during this 6-hour cooking class in Chiang Mai. Discover the culture and cuisine of the Akha, an indigenous hill tribe of Southeast Asia, with the help of your native host. You’ll visit the local market to shop for ingredients (morning class only), and learn to prepare 11 different dishes. A souvenir cook book from your session is also included.
Learn to prepare a menu of Thai dishes for lunch or dinner during a cooking class in Phuket. Gain hands-on experience making homemade curry paste and preparing popular dishes such as chicken satay, Panang curry with chicken, and mango sticky rice. Collect fresh ingredients at a local market and enjoy your meal afterward. Round-trip hotel transport is included. Receive personalized attention in this small-group class, limited to 10 participants.
Learn more about Nepali culture through its food. During this fun, hands-on cooking class, participants will start from scratch by learning how to choose the best ingredients, and work through to complicated techniques, like making momos. Three different menus are offered, each containing four traditional Nepali dishes, so there should be something for everyone to enjoy. Foodies and enthusiastic cooks will especially enjoy this activity, but you don’t need to have cooking experience.
Ramen is one of Japan’s most popular dishes—a noodle and broth soup, topped with various meat or vegetable combinations. On this tour, learn how to make ramen from scratch at a local ramen factory, including making the noodles, mixing the soup, and adding the toppings. Finish by enjoying your delicious bowl of home-cooked ramen. The factory is also Halal-certified and vegetarian and vegan options are available on request.
Learn the complexities of Balinese cuisine in a cooking class taught by an expert chef. You’ll prepare a 3-course meal using a variety of spices blended with the freshest vegetables, meat and fish. Select from three menus (including vegetarian) and upgrade for an optional morning visit to the Jimbaran fish market, accompanied by the chef. Afterward, enjoy your creations for lunch or dinner. Bonus: you can keep your class apron as a souvenir!
Learn to cook like a local, from a local, on this Thai culinary experience at Ya’s Cookery School in Krabi. Browse a food market for ingredients, and get hands-on guidance on creating authentic Thai dishes from professional chef, Ya. Learn the secrets behind classics like massaman curry, pad Thai, and more, and then savor your creations. Ingredients, choice of class times, plus pickups and drop-offs at select hotels included.
Learn how to cook a traditional Korean meal with help from a local during this 3-hour, small-group cooking class in Seoul. Take a short walking tour through the city as you make your way to a nearby market to pick up some ingredients to use in your recipes. Then, head over to a traditional Korean house, and learn to cook Korean dishes. Once you’ve finished in the kitchen, enjoy eating your meal with the company of your group.
There’s no better route into any culture than cuisine. Discover Khmer food with a local in their home on this intimate, small-group cooking class. After pickup by tuk-tuk, shop for ingredients at the local market, then prepare and enjoy a 4-course meal including delights such as hot and sour “tom yam” soup and fish in banana leaf. Choose between three different class times, all capped at just six travelers.
After selecting ingredients at a local market, take a boat ride along the river to the hidden Thuan Tinh Island. Then, expert chefs take you through the process of making a range of traditional Vietnamese dishes. Cook in the open air, surrounded by trees and with a view of the water—a perfect activity for a relaxing day. Taste your delicious creations, and take Vietnamese cooking techniques back with you.
Learn how to cook Thai dishes during a cooking class in Krabi. In a traditional home-style setting, you'll receive hands-on instruction, plus learn about Thai spices and how to use them in some of the country's most popular dishes. Hotel pickup and drop-off included. Select your preferred menu and time of day when booking.
Learn about Thai cuisine during a half-day cooking class in Bangkok. Start with a look at the ingredients at the local market, then return to your air-conditioned kitchen to begin your small-group cooking lesson. Choose five dishes from a choice of more than 20—including pineapple fried rice and green curry—to make under the guidance of your chef-instructor, who conducts the class in a kitchen conveniently located near a BTS (Skytrain) station. Enjoy your creations plus a complimentary dessert and fruit.
During this special cooking workshop, you’ll learn the time-tested secrets behind some of India’s most iconic dishes. Master the ins and outs of five different courses, and get a hands-on, insider’s introduction to cooking with Indian spices and ingredients. Then, sit down to enjoy the freshly prepared meal, accompanied by complimentary refreshments.
Don’t just eat Thai specialities, learn to cook the recipes yourself during a cookery class in Phuket, which provides the perfect introduction to Thai cuisine for first-time visitors. As you prepare local delicacies from scratch at your own personal cooking station, your guide shares insider tips guaranteed to improve your cookery skills. Plus, convenient hotel pickup and drop-off are included, so you won’t waste any time looking for a meeting point.
With the help of your native host, you'll discover the unique flavors of local cooking while learning about traditional ways of life. As part of this class you'll learn to cook 3 authentic Indonesian dishes.
Take a closer look at the fascinating world of sushi, extending from the ocean to your plate, during this 4-hour sushi-making class and a visit to the outer Tsukiji fish market. Tour one of the world’s largest seafood markets with a guide as you learn how fish is caught, distributed, and sold. Then turn your attention to sushi-making, learning to prepare nigiri sushi with the help of a sushi master. Finish your experience by enjoying your creations for lunch.
Learn how to cook the unique flavors of Thailand with this cooking class on Ko Sumai. Before you start in the kitchen, enjoy a welcome drink then discover herbs, vegetables, and edible flowers in an organic garden. You’ll prepare two dishes under the watchful eye of a chef, and then enjoy the fruits of your labor as a group. Because the class is limited to a small group, you’ll have plenty of time to ask questions.
There’s no better way to learn about Vietnamese cuisine than a cooking class. And Cyclo Resto’s cooking course doesn’t just include a feast of fantastic food but a ride on the classic Vietnamese “cyclo” and a shopping trip to Ben Thanh Market. Choose from different menus for the class, then savor the results followed by an egg coffee for dessert.
Experience the energy and flavours of a Japanese kitchen in the nation's capital of food! Under the guidance of a local, bilingual chef, you will use professional grade tools (hand-made here in Osaka) to make local dishes completely from scratch and learn to recreate them in at home with our step by step instructions!
You will discover cooking techniques, learn about Japanese food culture, and have some fun before sitting down with a cold beer or a warm to tea to enjoy your creations alongside your chef and a small group of travellers from around the world!
Northern Thailand is hailed as one of the best places in Asia for its food, which draws its influences from Laos, Myanmar, and Nepal. Master the art of traditional lanna (northern Thai) cuisine during an evening cooking class that’s ideal for visitors with limited time in Chiang Mai. You’ll receive personalized attention in a small group limited to eight people and overcome the language barrier during a tour of a Thai market.
There are few better ways to experience local culture than a cooking class. In this small-group class, join your Balinese host on a visit to a typical market, then enjoy coffee and cake as you learn about herbs and spices in the organic garden. Next, master Balinese cooking techniques—including the use of a stone mortar—as you prepare and eat a delicious 5-course lunch in a traditional open kitchen.