Learn to cook perfect traditional Thai dishes with cooking classes at Casa De La Flora Resort

Learn to cook perfect traditional Thai dishes with cooking classes at Casa De La Flora Resort

If your ideal Thailand vacation includes experiencing the local culture and flavours, well why not try learning how to cook the traditional Thai cuisine you’ve been enjoying, so you can replicate it back home.

Of course, when you’re staying at one of the best new hotel resorts on Conde Nast Traveller’s Hot List 2012, it’s recommended you spend the first few days releasing all those harmful work toxins sipping cocktails by Casa De La Flora’s stunning pool or enjoying a relaxing spa treatment at Spa La Casa. Then, once you’re completely relaxed, your ready to reboot your senses with the chef’s from La Aranya Restaurant.

Cullinary classes are held at Stella de Silva, the resort’s private mangrove pier surrounded by the magnificent scenery of mangrove forest and its river. Stella de Silva is just 30-minute drive from the resort and free shuttle service is provided. If you are a nature lover who enjoy cooking, then this is something you really can’t miss.

Your morning begins with a shopping trip to the local Bang-Neang market where you can see the fresh ingredients you’ll be cooking with. This trip to is an experience in itself, fresh ingredients are the corner stone of Thai food, and being able to ask questions and find out more about the local produce is invaluable.

The professional chefs take great care of you and introduce you to every step of the culinary art of cooking sumptuous traditional Thai dishes. They do all the prep on the ingredients and of course provide all the kitchen utensils and other things you need on the day – all you need to do is choose your favourite menu to cook!

The highlight of the class comes when you taste the dishes freshly cooked by yourself.

And don’t worry about finding things for your travelling companion to do while you’re cooking. There are plenty of other activities to do at Stella de Silva like Thai massage, kayaking, or taking a boat trip around the mangrove.

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