Thai food is a process of Thai culture, inherited from generations to generations. Discover the secret of Thai cookery, learn and prove by your own taste buds.
Day 1 Bangkok Arrive Bangkok Airport. After customs and immigration formalities the group will be met by our representative and transferred to hotel accommodation.
Day 2 Bangkok (B/-/D) Visit to the Grand Palace, Emerald Buddha, Wat Po, Wat Arun and flower market. Dinner at Supatra River House, served delicate cuisine in the atmosphere of the olden days.
Day 3 Bangkok – Ayuthaya – Cooking Class (B/L/D) Start first cooking class at a well known cookery school. Then visit Chinatown market, showing the influence of Chinese immigrants on Thai food. Afternoon, depart for Ayuthaya.
Day 4 Ayuthaya – Petchaboon (B/L/D) Depart for Petchaboon visiting Lop Buri en route. Overnight, KhaoKho Thalenphu resort.
Day 5 Petchaboon – Cooking Class (B/L/D) Cooking class, featuring Thai herbal cooking of the area and visit the resort farm.
Day 6 Petchaboon – Lampang (B/L/D) Depart for Lampang stopping en route at Sukothai.
Day 7 Lampang – Chiang Mai (B/L/D) Visit Lampang Elephant Conservation Centre and Burmese temple. After lunch, depart for Chiang Mai.
Day 8 Chiang Mai – cooking class (B/L/D) Morning, visit to local market and cooking class featuring Northern cooking at Somphet Cooking School. Chiang Mai Cultural Centre, khantoke show in evening .
Day 9 Chiang Mai – overnight train to Bangkok (B/-/D) Visit Doi Suthep. In the afternoon, visit to design centre. Early dinner at the Riverside Restaurant. 2nd class lower ac sleepers for group. Overnight on the train.
Day 10 Bangkok – Hua Hin (B/-/-) Morning, arrive in Bangkok and transfer to Hua Hin.
Day 11 Hua Hin – Demonstration cooking class (B/L/-) Visit to local market to shop for fresh seafood. Cooking class, and lunch featuring seafood in local restaurant. Evening, visit to Hua Hin night market.
Day 12 Hua Hin – Bangkok – Cooking Class (B/L/-) At leisure on the beach. Afterwards return to Bangkok.
Day 13 Bangkok (B/-/-) Departure for airport
TOUR COST Subject to confirmation on Booking and an Acceptance Payment of £200 per person – payable once..for any number of tours or modules. Cost per person on twin share basis as per itinerary
Please ask for confirmation of the current Tour Cost
Standard Hotels Per Person on application
In addition there is an Acceptance Fee/Deposit of £200.00 per person.
PLEASE NOTE: The Acceptance Payment is only payable ONCE. There can be a combination of more than one tour in more than one country for the same Acceptance Fee. Single Room Supplement on application
1.On acceptance – £200 per person, Acceptance Payment/Deposit (non refundable) by cheque payable to “S W & M Miller”.
Your Contract for all tour arrangements is directly with our Associate Company in Thailand, to whom payment for the tour is made.
2. Twelve weeks prior to arrival in Thailand or on Acceptance -1000% payable in Thai Baht/US $, by International Bank Transfer, direct to Bangkok.
35 days prior to arrival a cancellation fee of US$200 per person will be applicable.
30 days notice of cancellation a fee of 25% of the total amount will be applicable.
25 days notice of cancellation a fee of 50% of the total amount will be applicable
Less than 25 days notice incurs the full amount.
Acceptance Payment non refundable Services included in the price:
- Tours and transfers by air-conditioned bus.
- Hotel accommodation throughout the tour is based on 2 persons in twin-bedded room, B/B basis. All rooms are air-conditioned with attached bath and toilet.
- Meals as specified in the program.
- 2nd class air-conditioned train with sleeper between Chiang Mai/Bangkok.
Service of local English-speaking guide:
- Admission fees where applicable.
- One tour leader free of charge when accompany group of 15 paying persons on shared twin basis.
Services not included in the price:
- Airport tax and flight insurance.
- International flight.
- Domestic flight (which will be at supplement cost if required).
- Drinks & meals not mentioned in the above itinerary.
- Tips for guide & drivers.
- Personal expenses