Enjoy a mixture of great food in the traditional northern Thai style of serving food on a raised tray known as a "khan tok" and get entertained with a taste of traditional Lanna Thai culture with several spectacular and fabulous classical dances from Northern Thailand and around the nation. You can choose between being served sitting on the floor on typical Thai pillows and mats or western style and let the food and show bewitch you.
Want to impress your family and friends at your next party? How about fruit carving? It's surprisingly easy to learn and that makes it perfect for anyone - even if you're a beginner with knives, in three hours you'll learn how to carve multiple fruits and vegetables into different types of flowers, leaves and butterflies. If that is not enough for you, you can also take a full-day course.
Rotee (or: roti) is originally savory flatbread in South Asia - but the Thai version is typically sweet and consists of a crepes-like dough that is fried with a little oil on an open flat grill. There is a variety of possible fillings, from chocolate syrup to nutella, banana, a mixture of egg and banana and much more. When the Rotee has been stuffed and fried, it is cut into bite sized pieces and drizzled with condensed milk if desired. Reds are best when they are almost too hot to eat - the sweet red and your chosen fillings just melt in your mouth. Delicious.
Kaho Soi (or: Khao Soy) is a soup-like dish and is so iconic for Northern Thailand that you may also find it as "Chiang Mai Noodles" in some places. It comes in different versions, mostly it is a mix of deep-fried crispy egg noodles and boiled egg noodles, pickled mustard greens, shallots, lime, fried ground chilis in a curry-like sauce with coconut milk. You can usually choose chicken or beef to be served with it. Try Khao Soi Samer Jai (391 Charoenraj Road, Tambon Fahham) - it is one of the most famous Khao Soi in Chiang Mai.
Thai food comes with an incredible balance of tangy, spicy, sweet and salty flavors and many Thai dishes can be easily prepared even if you are not a master of cooking and it is something completely different from the usual touring activities and a great chance to give yourself a break and find out how you can prepare tasty Thai food at home for your friends. Although there are dozens of Thai cooking schools in Chiang Mai we recommend
2019-02-28, 10:49 AM
Great experience with 3days-trekking
Nicolas COMTAT, France
Big thanks to Sunny and Chai, our 2 guides, that were very nice during these 3 days of trekking! We discovered a part of thai culture, very good food and amazing landscapes.
2019-02-26, 5:31 AM
Trekking inoubliable ...
un trekking de 3 jours et 2 nuits ou on a marchés dans la jungle tout au long du parcours les guides vous donne des explications sur la végétation ou les animaux qu'on rencontre, l'arrivée dans les villages et la vie de ces villageois; des endroits magnifiques , dépaysant, une nourriture délicieuse ... [More...]
2019-02-18, 10:53 AM
Nous revenons enchantés de notre 3 jours de trekking avec sadjo. Issus de La Tribue des Lahue, il nous a éclairé quant à leur mode de vie, à leur respect de la nature, des traditions . Son humour et son enthousiasme ont été particulièrement agréables .
2019-02-16, 3:35 PM
Oh, Happy Day!
Jan Loschinski, Germany
What a great fun and experience to travel with your team. With low expectations we booked a one day hike and thought that we will be part of the big tourism stream of the day. But we got blown away! First with the great smile of our guide Peer (? Sorry my friend to not be able to write your Thai name ... [More...]
2019-02-06, 12:23 PM
Une super expérience, le guide était génial, un dépaysement garanti! Tout était très bien! Amazing experience with a nice guide and really nice things to do