1 day
Duration

Highlights:

  • Morning cooking class
  • Downtown foodie adventure
  • Hectic wet market

 

Service Inclusion Service Exclusion
  • English speaking guide for Sightseeing in the Program
  • Private A/C cars during Sightseeing
  • Cooking class package
  • Foods/Snacks tasting
  • Government tax and Service charges
  • International flight in and out of Myanmar
  • Travel & Personal Insurance
  • Visa for Myanmar
  • Meals for the group under 6 Pax
  • Visits not included in the program
  • Compulsory Dinners & X’max and New Year surcharge
  • Personal nature such as beverage, laundry, bar, Spa, tipping and etc.

 

Additional information

LocationYangon

Cooking is an art, tasting is an experience. Even you have a narrowing time in Myanmar, shouldn’t miss this chance to grasp the experience. Three Good Spoons is small cooking class aiming to enhance the domestic kitchens and providing to the disadvantaged and unemployed women in the society. As you showed up, you will receive the quick intro of cooking items and instructions. And then, with assistance and guidance of chef, you will learn the cooking techniques and cook your lunch yourself. After cooking is finished, sit around the table and enjoy your own traditional Burmese dishes and keep the recipes and bring home for future practices.

In the afternoon, you will visit to Thiriminglar market which is one the largest wholesales market of veggies and fruits. But don’t bother mud and wet.

Yangon is a good gastronomical stopover because of its diverse people and religions in one spot. Every single food, snacks belong to the story behind it and Foods tell stories, as a saying goes. Food stalls are ubiquitous, why not go pick up for appetite. You taste a piece of it and learn its story.

Food tour commences from the city center walk along the street and stop off at 4-5 our best hand-picked places to savor the foods.