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This food-lover's dream takes you to busy Bangkok, deserted Ayutthaya, charming Chiang Mai and the tropical beaches of the West Coast, discovering new dishes and flavours as you go.
Chiang Mai is famous for its authentic temples and local markets, the perfect place for meeting friendly locals and swapping tips.
Bangkok is a foodie's dream, crammed with a hundred different cultures and cuisines.
Where better to finish off an indulgent trip than on one of Thailand's pristine beaches, with long lazy days to swim in the sea, relax at the spa and unwind by the pool.
Take the opportunity to sample the very different cuisines of Northern and Southern Thai food, and discover the definitive place to find the perfect Pad Thai.
Tropical climate and the driest months to visit are December to March. November and April are also good months to visit and you may get some rain, although it is outside of the monsoon season. May to October is the monsoon with downpours occurring once or twice a day, rather than constant rain.
Embark on a food-lover’s adventure to discover the fragrant spices of Thailand. Begin in Bangkok, the melting pot of cultures where you can sample delectable cuisines from Thailand, Cambodia and Malaysia. Get a taste of local flavour in Ayutthaya and explore the vibrant markets of Chiang Mai before retiring to the beach to whip-up some delicacies by a jungle waterfall.
Bangkok is a foodie paradise, overflowing with dining options ranging from Michelin starred delights, to authentic street food cooked in front of your eyes over a paraffin stove. With our passionate guides, take a trip into the historic neighbourhood of Bangrak to sample some of the best local snacks in the city, served from family run stalls which line the streets of this suburb. The chefs are often keen to chat, so make sure to pick up some new tricks to try at home. For a change of scenery, we will also take you on an exciting tour of the bustling Chinatown, travelling by tuk tuk and stopping often to sample a new dish. We also recommend a half day at the floating markets outside of the city. Here you will be able to see locals trading and haggling for fresh produce and get a glimpse of true local life.
A short drive from Bangkok is the historic city of Ayutthaya, now ruined. Spend a day exploring by foot, golf buggy and even cable car as you discover the temples and palaces of this abandoned former capital. Lunch will be served at The Wine Ayutthaya, a fine dining restaurant on the banks of the mighty Chao Phraya river, and will include a welcome glass of wine.
Head back to Bangkok by road, and a short flight will take you to the cultural north of the country, to Chiang Mai. This authentic town is a firm favourite of most people who visit Thailand, and it’s not hard to see why. With your guide you will be able to explore the glittering temples of the city and discover some true northern Thai or ‘Lanna’ street food in the famous night market. Lanna cuisine tends to be less spicy than southern Thai food, making the most of evocative flavours such as lemongrass and galangal.
Your last three blissful nights in Thailand will be spend relaxing on the beach, soaking up some rays and ruminating on your adventure. We suggest you take the time to indulge in a cooking class and combine your new knowledge with your existing skills to create some mouth-watering delicacies before you head home. Although almost all resorts will offer cooking classes, we recommend the Sarojin near Phuket, and their fabulous jungle cookery lesson which takes place at the foot of a cascading waterfall. The perfect place to finish off a perfect holiday.
Discover the flavours and spices of Bangkok's 'Village of Love', the historic Bangrak area. Enjoy unique local food tastings whilst learning of how locals live, eat and shop. Ideal for foodies, it is an experience bursting with authentic encounters.
This half day tour takes in Chiang Mai's best known and most impressive temples. Accompanied by your own English-speaking guide, learn more about the history of Chiang Mai and northern Thai culture and craftsmanship.
No trip to Thailand is complete without sampling some of the country's mouth-watering cuisine. Spend a lively evening in the vibrant Chiang Mai street food market, enjoying the wonderful array of traditional dishes and local delicacies on offer.
Leave Bangkok's skyscrapers behind and head out into the suburbs to experience some of Thailand's most vibrant and bustling markets, ranging from railways to rivers.
Spend a day in the ancient city of Ayutthaya visiting magnificent temple complexes and majestic palaces, accompanied by your own English-speaking guide. Travel by car, boat, cable car and even golf buggy as you explore this charming city and its sites.
Partake in a Thai cooking class based in a traditional teak house in a beautiful garden and organic farm on the outskirts of Chiang Mai. Here at Pantawan discover the wonders behind Thai food and just how much thought and creativity is used to make it.
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