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What a great experience! Our guide was so funny and friendly, we just loved her stories and her knowledge of Thai cooking. The visit to the local market was enjoyable and not at all touristy. The foods we made were so good and we learnt...More
We had planned this day several weeks ago. The driver had to pick us up at 9am. We waited 30 minutes but no one came to pick us up. We sent emails but no one answered us. After 30 minutes of waiting, we decided to...More
Date of experience: January 2019
บรรพต ไ, Manager at Siam Rice Thai Cookery School, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago
Thank you very much for your comment but when we contact by email we let you confirm your room number to us but you did not give to us let you have a look the first email that we send to you and you not...More
12 of us spent the day with Pot, learning 7 courses each. It was a wonderful day! Pot is a really friendly guy and his English is very easy to understand. He started by showing us all the raw ingredients in the market before taking...More
We were in Chiang Mai following a trip to KL to visit family and booked Siam Rice as a surprise for the children (aged 12, 10 and 7) based on reviews I had read online. We all cooked (children have the option of not cooking)...More
My half day cooking class and market tour with Yam was a lot of fun. She's hilarious, but also a good teacher. The market itself wasn't that interesting, and I was already familiar with many of the ingredients for the recipes, but that's not Siam...More
I have travelled extensively in Thailand (during and after studying here for several years) and this is one of the most enjoyable experiences I have ever had in any part of the country. I never expected to like it so much because I am not...More
We have heard from this cooking school from a friend and decided to give it a go. No regrets. We booked half day in the morning and it’s nice that you go to the market also. The cooking class was hosted by a great girl...More
We did the half day class with morning market. Booked via email and communication was always great .
They picked us up at the hotel around 9am.
We went to the market and there was the perfect amount of explaining and details from POT our...More
We had such an amazing time with Pot ! We have discovered all the ingredients at the market in the morning, then we went to the class where we were only two with him. The course was really interesting, and we had so much fun...More
Our day at the Siam Rice Cookery School was definitely the highlight of our trip to Chiang Mai. We loved the food, the teacher, the setting - everything was just perfect! We recommend not eating before the class - the food you cook is really...More
Hi Everyone, I am planning a 10 day vacation to Thailand with my wife later this month. A sample itenary and potential things to check out in each city we visit is as follows - Arrive in Bangkok and check out some of the following - Rajawongse Clothier, Tour with a local, Temple of the reclining Budha, Grand Palace, Siam Square, Chatuchak Market, Chao Phraya River boat excursion Go to Krabi - Check out the beaches, Andaman camp & day cruise, Tiger cave temple, Night Market, Than...More
September 14, 2010|
Thank you so much for the response, Fourb2. I really appreciate you taking the time to post it. I'll skip Sukhothai and just cover Bangkok, Chiang Mai & Phuket then.
JBR-Thailand/Singapore Nov. 2012 Chap. I: Chiang Mai (4 Replies)
Thanks for all of the help from our TA friends in planning our trip!! Chapter I-Chiang Mai: our pick-up from the airport by Baan Orapin went smoothly with the exception of confusion that we were arriving domestic, not international. Taken to Baan Orapin and oriented. We went for lunch down the street at The Gallery-great setting on the river with good food. Took a nap, went to the pool and then, to friend's for dinner. Day 2, we walked around the old city, visiting a few wats and took a...More
December 01, 2012|
Thanks for the JBR
10 day trip planner Bangkok & Chiang Mai - need ur feedback (3 Replies)
Hi Guys, I am planning a 10 day trip to Bangkok & Chiang Mai with my wife and here is our proposed trip plan. I would love your feedback on anything that is super-awesome that I am missing OR anything that you guys think I should skip OR if I am packing too much into the trip - BANGKOK Day 1 - • Wakeup late • Visit Rajawongse Clothier • Do some local sightseeing on own • Check out chinatown at night (near hotel) Day 2- • Wake up late • Half-day tour with a local to visit - ...More
September 17, 2010|
Response frompornsak p|
A couple of comments - The Floating market is a very early start and usually takes up a half day at least on its own. You are picking up clothes right before you fly home. If you visit a tailor at home, you'd have a couple of fittings at least, why take a chance here? If anything is not quite right, you have no time to get it fixed. IMO you are trying to fit too much in; its hot and humid, and you need a slower pace. As for Patpong, Iwould strongly advise walk through the market but don't...More