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What a fun and memorable experience ! Ratanak is a talented chef with a delightful sense of honor and enthusiasm for the Khmer cuisine. I’m sure I will make these recipes again. Thanks for the fun class and delicious lunch!
Makes you appreciate how much work and time went into making all the huge temples in Angkor wat!
A great food experience venturing into hidden food places in Kathmandu and trying different foods.
Has been an absolute hilight so far of my trip to Laos watching and learning about traditional knife-making, don’t expect instant results or easy. This is a wonderful, unique experience, highly recommended.
So much fun, an unforgettable experience and we have something really great to show for it too!
A nice combination of market experience, peaceful boat ride, and cooking in the home/restaurant. My is an excellent guide and easy to communicate with.
This was such an awesome experience! We learned so much about meditation and buddhism, and our monk (Monk KK) was so kind, knowledgeable, and interesting to listen to. 100% would recommend, it's worth a visit. :)
Really enjoyed this trip as it was good to see what life was like as a fisherman! My whole family and the fishing boat's family were all on the boat together. After demonstrations of how to cast the net, we kind of got the hang of it although it is harder than you think. Lots of smiles and thumbs up told us we were starting to improve. I don't think we would make very good fishermen as we only caught a few small fish which was a shame. Seeing them cook a pre caught fish on the boat reminded us of how tiny our catch was. Would happily do this again. The only problem was that the net they brought was too big and heavy for our kids to have a go even though we said we had kids coming. Also ensure that there is a cover/shade as our boat had no canopy and so 4 hours in the sun was hot work and rather dangerous for pale skin!
The variety and the local aspect - would do it again