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Cooking Class with Mr. StickyRice

Don Som, Laos
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About Cooking Class with Mr. StickyRice
Sabaidee! You’re very welcome to visit our village on Don Som Island to have Local Experience. Make 120% sure you don’t miss our Cooking Class with Chef Khamla on Traditional Lao Food! If you’re looking for some interesting thing to do, we have Handicraft Workshop to make rattan gadgets (e.g. farmer hat, stickyrice container). We’d love to see you here! No worries we offer cross-islands transport.
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Victor L wrote a review Jun 2020
Honolulu, Hawaii, United States80 contributions3 helpful votes
Everything was great! The chicken laap was absolutely delicious and the restaurant is a great place to chill out right by the river. It's wonderful hearing Khamla talk about his community and the Lao people. I learned a lot.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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So G wrote a review Feb 2020
25 contributions2 helpful votes
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Friendly family. The food is so tasty. The curry is delicious and the sticky rice too. We stay one week like volunteers. Beautiful experience.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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tdjmorecroft wrote a review Dec 2019
London, United Kingdom30 contributions38 helpful votes
We have just returned from a lovely half day with Khamla and his wife. Their cooking class is about a 30 minute boat ride north from Don Det where they have a built a beautiful bamboo kitchen overlooking the river away from the busier islands. We first had a tour of the village before starting to cook multiple traditional dishes. They also run a homestay, handicraft workshops and a free English school for the village so, if you can, it’s worth taking some extra stationary supplies to donate.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Mekong B wrote a review Sep 2019
23 contributions1 helpful vote
Toukta and Khamla are Excellent chef. We are very enjoy to staying here with their family nice and quite place to learn more about life living in 4000 islands friendly and experience with sticky rice farmer and cooking class we cooked every day with and help to teaching English class to local kids in Thapho village for an hour in the late afternoon from 5-6pm . so we are high recommend you guys to and try stay here with their family if you plan to come and join them please bring some books pens and pencils to local kids they very need it for their classes to study in the Bamboo project wished everyone are lucky in the future
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Toukta wrote a review Sep 2019
Vientiane, Laos27 contributions18 helpful votes
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Thank you Toukta and her family to teach us Southern Lao cooking food with tradition way share you culture our family very enjoy cooking and very good food from your restaurant special work shop is very interesting too this is very good experience we learn a lot hope can give your standard wished you have good luck see you mext time
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Date of experience: September 2019
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