Thai Organic Farm Cooking - 3D2N Chiang Mai
Tasty Khao Soi and Mae Kam Pong Village and waterfalls
Welcome you at Chiang Mai Airport with a garland and transfer you to your accommodation in Chiang Mai Lanna.
Lunch at Khao Soi Nimman. It is a must to try when you are in Chiang Mai.
Explore a home stay area of Mae Kam Pong. To support the village, a local tour guide will lead and escort you during the hiking. Hiking trail until its end takes around 2 hours. One stop at a waterfalls for a picnic snacks and drinks. If you would love to jump in the water, please go ahead.
It sounds fun? The forest area also includes forest - tea orchards and coffee trees. On the hill top you have a panorama view over three provinces: Chiang Mai, Lampang and Lampun. On the way back stop at a small cascaded waterfall and a local coffee shop with a panoramic view overlooking the valley and village.
Returning to the village, transfer back to your accommodation in Chiang Mai.
Have fun with Thai Organic Farm Cooking
Pick you up at your accommodation in Chiang Mai.
Stop at a local fresh market on the way.
Arrive at the Organic Farm to explore Thai authentic herbal ingredients. Learn how to pick your own ingredients from the farm.
Chef hat on and cook 3 Thai dishes like Soup, Stir Fried, Curry. You will learn and make your own curry paste. Recipe book will be given after the class. The open-aired kitchen allows you to enjoy its natural environment of the organic farm.
Transfer back to your accommodation in Chiang Mai.
Option A: Wat Umong Temple
Pick up time: 3.30pm
If you want to see a different temple and you are into Buddhist practices, go to Wat Umong. It's a complex of temples and monks lodgings, with a very interesting set of tunnels. There's a small lake, and a kind of an ashram where you can try to find your peace or path...It's really worth visiting.
Option B : Lanna dinner called “Khantoke Dinner with shows”
Pick up time: 7.00pm
This option is an ideal experience to Northern Thai food served in a traditional Khantoke way and setting, this is probably one of the best ways of doing so in Chiang Mai. "Khantoke Dinner" as more popularly known is a way of serving food using a red pedestal tray and has various Northern Thai food in it. You can eat either using spoon and fork or the traditional way of just using your bare hands. On this tour you will a very graceful show of Northern Thai dancing, which includes the sword dance, candle dance, fingernail dance and the `Ramwong, where you will be invited to participate. Later there is a special hill tribe show featuring dances from the various hilltribes of Northern Thailand.