Booking Process

How can I make a reservation?

Easy! You can book your tour online now by following the instructions on our page below:

Book: Morning Cooking Class

Book: Evening Cooking Class

Book: Local Fresh Market Tour

Can you pick me up at my hotel?

Of course! Transportation to and from your residence is included within the package.

Morning & Evening Cooking Class

Which market do we visit in the Morning Class?

We will be visiting the Chaing Mai Gate Market (Bumrung Buri Market), one of Chiang Mai’s oldest, traditional markets.

What should I bring?

Yourself and some enthusiasm to learn is all you need!

What will I be cooking?

In the cooking class you will be preparing 11 dishes, including traditional Thai desserts, soups, curries and appetizers, as well as 3 Akha dishes.

Do I have my own cooking station or do I need to share?

You will have your own cooking station and all the equipment you need, no need to share!

I do not like spicy food, but my friend does, is that a problem?

As you have your own cooking station, everything can be tailored to your specific tastes.

I am vegetarian or vegan...

This is absolutely fine, just inform us as soon as you arrive that you would like to make a veggie version of your dish and we will teach you how to make it just as delicious!

I have a gluten allergy or I'm allergic to nuts...

No Problem, just please inform us of any allergies you have at the beginning of the lesson.

Help, I can't cook but really would like to go!

The class is very easy paced and you will be guided through everything, so no worries if you are just a beginner, you will surely make something just as delicious as the pro’s!

Can I design my own private class?

Yes of course, please call the school for details and more information.

Local Fresh Market Tour

What should I bring?

Yourself and and an open mind! Keep in mind that you’ll be going on a market tour and the more you bring, the less comfortable you’ll be. We will provide you everything you need (a bag with a bottle of water, umbrella, pen, handbook with information about what you will find and sanitary tissues). You should bring your camera, though–you might want to capture the moment you eat a silkworm, ant egg or pink egg!