SPARK AND SPICE: Southern Thai Cooking Class
Discover the secret behind the success of Thai cuisine and why it is always on the top of the list of World’s best cuisine. Learn the authentic Southern Thai food recipe in a fun & relaxed interactive class. The course will be conducted in English by our local chef. So, dust off your apron, it’s time to refresh your culinary skill and start cooking! Enjoy learning the well-kept secret of cooking tips and Thai herbal plants that spice up these local dishes along the way.
Gaeng Lueng Yod Mapraow (Spicy Yellow Curry with Coconut Shoots)
Most tourists are more familiar with green curry with chicken or Gaeng Keaw Waan but here in the Southern part of Thailand, Gaeng Lueng Yod Mapraow is the main star. This thick yellow curry is packed with flavor and of course with spice.
Khua Kling Moo Saab (Spicy Dry Curry with Minced Pork)
One of the signature Southern Thai dishes that you can’t miss! Khua Kling Moo is made by using a special dry curry and stir-fry it with minced pork. The aroma of the dish is so alluring but careful as it’s also packed with pure spice.
FOOD FOR SOUL: LET’S GO ON A FOOD TRIP
What is a better way to explore a city than a food tour? Start your day with Dim Sum, a Chinese influenced meal served in small-plate dishes. Enjoy an authentic dim sum experience with a wide variety of dishes for you to choose;
Ha Gow (Shrimp Dumpling), Shu Mai (Pork and Shrimp Dumpling), BBQ Pork Bun and more!
Apart from this traditional Chinese delicacy, you can opt for a spicy flavor to spice up your morning. Khanom Jeen Nam Yaa (Rice Noodle with Spicy Curry) is also a popular choice of breakfast among the local while sipping a hot cup of Kope (hot Black Coffee)
For lunch, you will be served with Southern Thai fare from Gaeng Lueng Yod Mapraow (spicy yellow curry with coconut shoots) to the staple of Southern food like Gaeng Tai Pla (spicy and salty curry) and many more! Still hungry? Try the infamous stir-fried Hokkien Noodle which is another Hokkien-Chinese influence in the Southern provinces.
End your day with a spoonful of the delicate taste of Congee topped with Pa Tong Go, a deep-fried Chinese dough. The combination seems like a crazy idea but one bite and you will understand why. Then come the dessert, sweet Thai Roti that is to die for. This is not your typical Roti as there’s a wide array of toppings for you to choose such as banana, cheese, or even pandan dipping sauce.