Bangkok-based lebua Hotels & Resorts is now offering guests the opportunity to shop and cooks like a local with its new Thai cooking package.
The culinary package includes a two-night stay in a Tower Club Suite, a five per cent discount card valid for Bangkok’s Emporium and Paragon shopping centres, and an exclusive three-hour Thai cooking class at the hotel’s poolside Café Mozu.
Conducted by Thai chef de cuisine Prayong Khundongling, the three-hour class teaches guests about local ingredients and how to taste and prepare traditional Thai dishes.
Hotel guests prepare a traditional five-course Thai meal at Café Mozu, the poolside hotel restaurant.
The package includes:
Two nights in a two-bedroom or three-bedroom Tower Club Suite, including daily breakfast, exclusive-to-lebua Bvlgari amenities, complimentary wi-fi and non-alcoholic mini-bar in-suite, buffet lunch and cocktail hour in the Tower Club Lounge as well as priority dining reservations at The Dome.
One three-hour traditional Thai cooking class at Café Mozu with five-course lunch after the class.
Five percent savings at Bangkok’s Emporium and Paragon shopping centres.
Rates start at $769.
The cooking class is available to up to four guests when a two-bedroom suite is booked, and up to six when a three-bedroom suite is booked.
The package is available through November 30th, 2012.
lebua at State Tower is considered Thailand’s Leading Lifestyle Hotel by the World Travel Awards.