The best thai cookery school

LEARN ALOT IN SHORT TIME LEARN AT ORGANIC FARM LEARN WITH THE BEST THAI

The best thai cookery school

LEARN ALOT IN SHORT TIME LEARN AT ORGANIC FARM LEARN WITH THE BEST THAI

The best thai cookery school

LEARN ALOT IN SHORT TIME LEARN AT ORGANIC FARM LEARN WITH THE BEST THAI

The best Thai cookery school

About us

The best Thai cooking school is located 13kms away from busy Chiang Mai in peaceful and relaxing surroundings, where we grow many of the herbs and spices used in our classes. We offer and open air kitchen in a farm atmosphere where you have your own cooking station, knife wok and scrupulously clean utensils where your will be able to create all your own amazing sauces and typical Thai dishes.

Morning Course08.30 am. - 02.00 pm. (Daily) Evening Course03.30 pm. - 08.30 pm. (Daily)

PRICE 1,000 BAHT

Promotion ONLY 900 BAHT / PERSON

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WHAT YOU WILL GET

  1. Long experience teachers.
  2. Eat all the food or take away.
  3. Color cooking book.
  4. All ingredients for cooking.
  5. One work per one person.
  6. Free wifi internet.
  7. Free transportation. (within 4 km. in Chiang Mai downtown).
  8. Free coffee, tea, water.

FEEL THE TASTE.

  1. Good memory of thai cooking and thai smile.
  2. Reasonable price.
  3. Learn more dishes as you can.
  4. Small class 2-9 people.
  5. Good location the best thai cookingschool is located 13 km. away from busyChiang Mai and relaxing surroundings, where we grow many of the herbs and spices used in our classes. Fresh air, clean kitchen, clean toiles. Mountain view 360o.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN IN HALF DAY

  1. Learn how to select good ingredient (market tour).
  2. Learn how to make up.
  3. Learn how to make stir-fried.
  4. Learn how to make curry paste.
  5. Learn how to cook curry.
  6. Learn how to cook Pad thai.
  7. Learn how to make papaya salad.
  8. Learn how to make sticky rice with mango.
Best offer in Town and Best Choice for you.

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The Best Thai Cookery School

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GO Uncover | Thai Cooking Class


Travel Journalist Christy is in Chiang Mai at the ‘Best Thai Cookery School’ headed by resident chef, Prempoon Nambian with her Contiki buddies. She begins her day by learning about the raw ingredients used in Thai dishes then heads off to the paddy fields in attempt to cook a Thai meal all on her own. See how well she does!

BURNING DOWN THE KITCHEN


I actually cooked some decent food for the first time in my life. 10/10 would raise my cooking skill level again in the future.

Cooking Class at The Best Thai Cookery School of Chiang Mai


The Best Thai Cookery School is located 13 kilometers away from busy Chiangmai in peaceful and relaxing surroundings, where we grow many of the herbs and spices used in our classes. We offer an open air kitchen in a home atmosphere where you have your own cooking station, knife, wok and scrupulously clean utensils where you will be able to create all your own amazing sauces and typical Thai dishes.
The Best Thaicookery School

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The History of Thai Food

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Contact

100/01 Pakhoy Nue Village T.Sanpeesue A.Muang Chiang Mai
50300 THAILAND

Course (Daily)

09.00 am. - 14.00 pm.
16.00 am. - 20.30 pm.

Reservation

Mobile: +6689-7552632
Open Daily: 08:00 am - 17:00 pm

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