Day - Culinary Learning & Waterfalls
After breakfast, follow the English team leader to the Nong Hoi local market. It takes about 40 minutes to buy fresh ingredients (chicken, prawns, herbs and various vegetables) for the next cooking class. We will take you through the various interesting tropical plants, then we take the minibus to the Baan Hong Nual cooking school. In this Lanna Thai-style open kitchen, we will wear a chef's hat, put on an apron, wash hands, and begin to experience the feeling of being a chef. The teachers will introduce all the utensils in the kitchen and various Thai food condiments, and then guide us step by step how to cook Thai food. After two dishes, you can take a break and continue cooking and drink some tea, coffee or herbal drinks. Go back to class and finish the third and fourth dishes. The school offers rice, served with curry, and dessert. After the course, the children will receive a beautiful English version of the recipe.
After lunch, we headed to Bua Thong Waterfall. Known locally as the “Sticky Waterfall”, this waterfall is also one of the eight most famous waterfalls in Asia. Because its unique limestone formation is combined with water, there is no need to worry that the children will slip. The ropes are attached to the waterfall, you can try to climb as well. The children can experience the fun of climbing along several different waterfall layers .We will spend a happy afternoon here.
In the evening, we will go to Tatong . After dinner, we lit the lanterns in the night sky and, with the children, made our purest wishes.
- Transportation: Private minibus (9-15 seats) (1.5-2 hours)
Maekok River Village (or similar)