Thailand for Foodies



Fun and flavour are what Thailand is known for and our 6-day Thailand Food Tour for Foodies is perfect for gourmets and friends. You start at Chiang Mai and while here, there is a traditional Khantoke Dinner and Show which is a good mix of delicious Northern Thai food, dance, and music. Later, you move to Bangkok and after exploring the city’s temples and landmarks, you attend a cooking class in the Blue Elephant Cooking School. This holiday also includes a 10-course meal at the world-famous, Michelin star, Gaggan restaurant.

  • On Day 1, you arrive in Chiang Mai in Thailand, and you have the day at leisure to plan an excursion to famous places to visit in Chiang Mai.
  • On Day 2 you spend the daytime on your own for more Chiang Mai sightseeing. In the evening, there is an interesting show accompanied by delectable dinner - the Khantoke Dinner and Show.
  • On Day 3, you leave Chiang Mai and you fly to Bangkok. You then proceed on temples and city tour and visit many important attractions.
  • On Day 4, your Thailand Food Tour has a special day planned at a local cooking school famous for cooking classes in Bangkok Thailand.
  • On Day 5, after breakfast, you have the day for yourself. In the evening, you set out for a memorable 10-course meal in the world-famous Gaggan restaurant that is owned by Indian restaurateur, Chef Gaggan Anand.
  • On Day 6, your Thailand Food Tour with friends ends, and you are homeward bound from the Suvarnabhumi International Airport in Bangkok.
Chiang Mai (2), Bangkok (3)
Arrival (Chiang Mai), Departure (Bangkok)
Food and Drinks



Arrival in Chiang Mai

You arrive in Chiang Mai, and an airport transfer takes you to the hotel. After checking in, you have the day free to relax.


Chiang Mai - Evening Khantoke Dinner

After breakfast, you have the morning free at leisure for Chiang Mai sightseeing.

In the evening, you are taken to one of the highlights of Chiang Mai - the Khantoke dinner and show. Khantoke dinner is all about delectable Northern Thai cuisine served in a very traditional Thai setting and this dining experience is unique. The lip-smacking food is served the traditional Thai way, on low seating and food laid out on low tables. And guests are advised to eat their food with their fingers. Khantoke dinner has been a longstanding tradition and it goes back many centuries.

The musical ensemble comprises of a Fingernail Dance, Dandle Dance, Sword Dance, and Ramwong or the Thai Dance. At the end of it, there is some fireworks display and you return to the hotel for an overnight stay.


Chiang Mai - Bangkok - City Tour

After having breakfast, check out of the hotel and get transferred to the airport to catch your flight to Bangkok. As you land in Bangkok, you proceed on a Temple and City Tour of Bangkok. Visit many famed Thai pagodas and temples. Visit the famous temple of the reclining Buddha, Wat Pho and Wat Trimit, the temple of the Golden Buddha. Marvel at the Buddha sculpture made of Jade in the Temple of Emerald Buddha in the Grand Palace grounds. Visit the Grand Palace, the highlight of your Bangkok holiday.

You stay overnight in a hotel in Bangkok.


Bangkok - Cooking Class at Blue Elephant

After breakfast, you are taken to the Blue Elephant Cooking School. Food Tour students are welcomed with a fresh Thai herbal drink and later the chef shares what the 4-course meal they prepare will be like. For this, first, there is a local market visit to buy the ingredients to make the 4-course meal. You ride the Sky Train (Saphan Taksin) to the Bang Rak morning market. A guided tour around the market by the chef gives you ample info about the different, local Thai fruits and veggies and a hands-on class about local spices is also given. After you have bought what is required to make the meal, the Sky Train takes you back to the Cooking School. The chef will conduct a cookery class demo of the dishes that you have to prepare on your own. The chef-instructor will assist you and guide you to make the 4 dishes and will also share some interesting insight into Thai cuisine.

After having engaged in a round of Thai cooking, you are presented with a Blue Elephant Cooking School Certificate.


Gaggan Restaurant - 10 Course Dinner

You have breakfast at the hotel. And you have the day free to do things on your own. You can go exploring around Bangkok, either trying out local foods, shopping in Bangkok, sightseeing or just exploring the place with friends.

In the evening, you visit the Michelin starred restaurant, Gaggan restaurant. You make your own arrangement to reach here. This is a restaurant owned by an Indian chef - Gaggan Anand. This uniquely themed restaurant has an interesting menu and if you like fine dining and want to eat in this world-famous restaurant and enjoy the 10-course dinner, a visit here while on your Food Tour with friends is a must.


Departure from Bangkok

This morning after breakfast, an airport transfer is arranged to the Bangkok International Airport for your journey back home as the Thailand Food Tour comes to an end.


What is included

  • 2 Nights accommodation on twin sharing basis with daily breakfast in Chiang Mai
  • 3 Nights accommodation on twin sharing basis with daily breakfast in Bangkok
  • 10 Course dinner at Gaggan’s restaurant - Bangkok
  • Half day cooking class at Blue Elephant Thai cooking school cum restaurant - Bangkok
  • Khantoke Dinner Traditional Northern Thai dances - Chiang Mai
  • City & Temple tour of Bangkok including Grand Palace tour
  • Return Airport Transfers in Chiang Mai & Bangkok
  • All transfers and tours on a shared basis


What is excluded

  • Airfare, Visa, GST, any internal domestic flights, Tips & surcharges


  • The Seafood Market and Restaurant: The food & drinks package will take you to the Seafood market where you are spoilt for choice. It’s a haven for fresh seafood lovers where you have the liberty to choose Thailand famous food & have it stirred up right in front of you by top chefs of Thailand which you can then devour with a sip of some good ‘ol wine.
  • Fruits galore: Thailand is galore of exotic fruits like Guava (Farang), Langsat (Longkong), Mangosteen (Mangkhud), Rambutan (Ngaw). And the real Bangkok food adventurers can venture out and attempt to eat the world famous fruit- Durian!


Thailand has a beautiful, tropical climate all through the year and thus making it perfect for Culinary tours and easy going tourists. The peak season is typically during November–March. They are known to celebrate Christmas, New Year in a grand way and draws a lot of tourist attraction and it’s exceptionally pleasant for all during the winter season. In April, they celebrate the Songkran (Thai New Year) and it lasts for several days and is a spectacle to watch!