Don’t just eat the incredible food in Thailand; with this hands-on half-day experience—you can visit an organic farm and learn how to make local dishes from scratch. Discover expert tips on how to grow herbs and vegetables, and then take part in a cooking class where you can make a variety of dishes—such as curry paste, curry, stir-fry, soup, and spring rolls.
Silver jewelry making is an age-old Balinese craft that's vital to the island’s rural economy. On this private tour from Ubud, try out the art coached by a silversmith at a traditional village workshop. Tour the village to understand the craft's importance; and learn to shape, cut, and finish your design before keeping it as a memento. Prebooking will secure your place for a time that fits your schedule.
If you’re visiting Japan for the first time, receive a cultural introduction to the country during a tea ceremony in traditional kimonos. During the ceremony, learn about Japanese history and sample matcha green tea, a local specialty. Plus, wearing a traditional kimono means you leave the experience with fantastic photographs to commemorate your time in Kyoto.
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.
While most cooking classes give you the chance to create a few dishes, this experience lets you learn to make nine Balinese classics, making it the ultimate choice for food lovers. As well as mastering the basics of Balinese cuisine, you’ll select fresh ingredients from a local market and benefit from the insider knowledge of your guide.
Immerse yourself in samurai history and culture during this 2-hour samurai experience at a traditional Kyoto Samurai House. Under the guidance of an expert sword instructor, learn the philosophies of Bushido, the "Way of the Warrior" handle a real katana sword; and take part in a Zen meditation session.
Learn more about Vietnamese culture through its food during this fun cooking class activity. Before heading to the kitchen you’ll tour Hoi An’s fresh produce market to select the ingredients you’ll cook with. Then, set sail up the river in a bamboo basket boat and try fishing for crabs the Vietnamese way. In the kitchen, enjoy a two-hour cooking class and learn new skills. Enjoy eating your creations after.
This beginner-friendly experience teaches you the Japanese martial art of "kyudo". Instead of organizing equipment hire, everything you need is provided in the session and our teacher will guide you step-by-step through the lesson. During the lesson, learn about the history of Kyudo from a teacher with over 50 years of experience, and have a chance to practice shooting an arrow with a bow.
Morning tour: 8:30 – 13:00/Afternoon tour: 14:30 – 19:00 with small group for 1 class. Going to experience a local colorful market how to deal with the local sellers and know all ingredients for the meals.
Take a paddle boat trip in a unique Vietnamese bamboo basket boat down the waterways of a coconut palm paradise. Enjoy a hands-on experience of traditional net fishing and “Purple Crabs” in the canal.
Welcome drink and join the cooking class. Our chef will teach you traditional methods of how to cook 4 dishes of Vietnamese foods.
After the lesson, you enjoy what you cooked and 4 prepared side dishes.
Tour end, the tour guide will drop you off back at the hotel.
4 prepared side dishes such as: morning glory, soup, steamed rice & dessert
Note: We can cater to vegetarian & dietary requirements
Discover the rich flavors and fragrant spices of Thai cuisine during this small-group cooking class in Bangkok. Learn more about Thai culture and traditions as you shop for ingredients at the local market; get hands on making popular dishes like pad thai, green curry, or mango sticky rice; then sit down to enjoy a delicious homemade lunch or dinner.
Learn to cook an authentic Thai meal with a half- or full-day cooking class that includes pickup and drop-off at your Chiang Mai hotel. Shop for ingredients at a local market, then roll up your sleeves to cook a meal of classic Thai dishes. An expert cooking instructor will walk you through each step, and you’ll get to enjoy the meal you’ve prepared at the end of the lesson. Both morning and evening classes are available.
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.
Spend a day with Chef Lat and learn the secrets of a sustainable lifestyle. Explore the organic gardens where more than seventy types of produce are grown. Harvest your own fresh herbs and vegetables to contribute to the cooking experience. In class, practice four Thai recipes as well as fundamental skills like making curry pastes, coconut cream, and herbal drinks. Relax and enjoy this chemical free culinary adventure.
Learn to cook like a local during this lesson in Hanoi. After meeting up with an informative instructor in the historic Old Quarter, head to the city’s largest market and learn about the basics of Vietnamese cooking. Pick the best produce and spices, then cook several authentic dishes. Afterward, enjoy your creations while sipping complimentary rice wine.
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.
Find out what's it's like to be a ninja. This small-group beginners class in a Kyoto dojo introduces you to the basics of ninja training. You'll learn how to breathe, walk, and meditate like a ninja; practice throwing ninja weapons; and learn how to use ninja swords. It's a unique Japanese experience for all ages.
Learn about Chado, an ancient zen tea ceremony, with this guided experience in Tokyo. The fundamentals of this practice are more than 400 years old and link mindfulness with the spiritual tea-making process. Immerse yourself in an authentic tearoom, equipped with tatami mats and learn to prepare a bowl of matcha tea. Sample multiple types of tea and enjoy three kinds of local Japanese confectionary, too.
Our shop opened in 2022 with the theme of "Japanese cuisine x experience".
In this cooking class, we will teach you how to make sushi straight from the beginning!
We will also give a lecture on how to practice at home, not just in the classroom.
You might be able to have a sushi party with nigiri sushi at home!
The ingredients are the real taste that was served at the sushi shop at the counter!
This is a course where you can kill two birds with one stone by learning how to make delicious sushi.
In order for people who live in Japan and people who come from abroad to enjoy themselves, we will prepare dishes while learning about the history of Asakusa and the history of sushi together with staff who can speak English and have a lot of overseas experience.
Groups of 2 to a maximum of 25 people can also participate.
In addition, it is a course recommended for families with children because it is a content that can be experienced by small children.
It is a plan that allows participants to have fun while communicating with each other.
I would be happy if we could create fun memories together while gazing at the scenery of Asakusa, which is full of downtown atmosphere.
We are looking forward to your reservation.
Please feel free to join us.
Learn to create your own bento box, the iconic (and tasty) convenience meal enjoyed daily by millions of Japanese, during this 3- to 3.5-hour cooking class in Kyoto. Uncover the origins of this uniquely-Japanese foodstuff, and watch master chefs as they demonstrate key cooking techniques, before learning to make your own. Finish your course by enjoying your handmade bento box which may includes items like an egg roll, pickled vegetables, rice, breaded chicken and miso soup. Your course also includes use of an apron, an instructor and all ingredients.
Dive into Singaporean culture at a cooking class, where you learn how to make authentic dishes with local instructors. Everyone from culinary novices to top chefs is invited to this cooking class, during which you create Singapore-style favorites like laksa and Hainanese chicken rice. When the cooking is over, sit down to enjoy your meal with your fellow food lovers. This class is limited to 12 people to provide a personalized experience.
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.
Learn how to prepare authentic Korean food in a laidback environment during a small-group cooking class in Seoul. Join your instructor at Mangon Market to pick up the freshest ingredients, then return to their home. Get set up at your personal cooking station, then enjoy easy-to-follow instructions and personal assistance from your host. The 3-course menu may include soft tofu stew, bibimbap, bulgogi, kimchi stew, japchae, or stir-fried pork.
Prepare for battle as you learn the skills of the samurai during this 1- or 2-hour class studying the basic techniques of these ancient Japanese warriors. Take the 1-hour session, providing an introduction to the basics of the samurai art, or choose the 1.5-hour course, practicing more complex movements using a sword and folding fan. When your class ends, enjoy a photo session with your samurai costume and receive a certificate of completion. This samurai session also includes an English-speaking guide and instructor and a 'tenugui,' a traditional Japanese towel.
Eating Vietnamese dishes is temporary, but learning to cook local specialties lasts for a lifetime. Opt for an insider experience during a cooking class in a local villa, 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 convenience of hotel pickup and drop-off, an added benefit not usually included with cooking classes.
4 hours 30 minutes
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