Cooking Schools in Chiang Mai, Thailand
This is a city where you can really get away. Learn how to cook authentic Thai dishes and visit ancient temples. Experience it all at a relaxing pace so you can truly unwind.
Here are some top Cooking schools in Chiang Mai
Red Chili Cooking School
Is by far the most popular cooking school in Chiang Mai. The School offers morning and evening 3-4 hour traditional Thai cooking classes set in a lovely garden landscape.They will pick you up from your local place of stay and drop you off after.Read More
Thai Farm Cooking School
After a pick up from your local hotel, you can enjoy A relaxing 2 part full day of cooking including a visit to the local market and time to enjoy exploring the organic farm, fields, and rice patties on which the cooking school is located. Read More
Benny’s Home Cooking
Benny’s Home Cooking will pick you up and drop you off as well for an amazing all day cooking hands on experience. Sign up for the Private Dinner course for an alternative to dining out experience. Read more.
Basil Cookery School
Basil Cookery offers a market tour with both their morning and evening cooking classes where you will learn all about natural and healthy recipes for Thai classics. Read more.
Siam Rice Cookery School
Choose form morning afternoon, evening, and all day cooking classes. They will too pick you up from your local hotel. You choose 4 dishes from a menu that you would like to learn. Read more.
Chiang Mai City
Chiang Mai is a mountainous inland gem complete with spectacular views and plenty of gorgeous temples to visit. Though Chiang Mai is already a destination favorite in Thailand, the Tourism Board plans to develop this lush and green hillside city into one of its best and shining travel features of Thailand. The city offers a more quiet and reflective experience with many historical sites to visit.
Some of the top attractions in Chiang Mai:
The Buddhist temple of Wat Chedi Luang
A Buddhist temple in the historical center of Chian Mai. It was built in the 14th Century
Wiang Kum Kam the Underground Ancient City
An Ancient City established around the latter part of the 13th Century. The sprawling city contains various temples, ruins, and Pagodas that can be visited on by Tuk Tuk or by pony drawn carriage.
Doi Inthanon National Park
A park featuring cascading waterfalls, twin pagodas, and meandering walking paths and outstanding
panoramic views. Some cave formations can be visited by hiking path.
Chiang Mai Zoo
A botanical zoological garden that aims to promote the preservation of Northern Hemisphere animals including Pandas, Elephants, Penguins and many more. The zoo has a bus that takes visitors to the upper far corners of the zoo which could be accessed by hiking as well.