Start off with a TukTuk ride to visit the nearby local market to get some fresh ingredients. Then cook at your own station and learn how to make Thai food under the supervision of our charming local Thai chef.
Please note that the Maliwan Thai Cooking Class instructor determines the menu, which may include four of the following dishes:
What I liked: The details that Mae gave us about each ingredient and each dish. It's a good class for people who want to cook the dishes again once they get home. The school is near Khaosan road, the Grand Palace and Wat Phra Kaew. Perfect to walk and explore the area after your cooking class.
What to know: The school is hidden between two streets and can be hard to find, but ask a local and they will happily show you.
Good for: There are many details and secret techniques in Thai food, which can be the key to making a Thai dish successfully. The structure and focus of the class makes it good for those who want to come out with a good grasp of the cuisine.
Best way to get there: Go to Ratchathewi BTS station and the get on a motorbike or tuk tuk that should cost you 100 baht to Khaosan.
From Monday to Sunday
You will receive the confirmation of your booking's availability within 24 hours. Once confirmed, please present your booking reference number at the cooking school.
Full refund will be issued for cancellation made at least 48 hours prior to the activity
9 Sipsamhang Road, Taladyod, Bangkok 10200, Thailand
The building is on the Sipsamhang Road, opposite to the Baworn Niwet Temple, but the entrance is at the back. Please use the rear entrance of the building by walking to the small alley next to the Chinese Shrine (San Chao Por Khao Tok) or Domino's Pizza on Kraisi Road. Then, turn right. You will see the entrance at the end of the alley. Location on Google map: 13.760898, 100.499291