It’s Time for Cuisine

Experience the colorful display of fruits, flowers and vegetables of Damnoen Saduak Floating Market before learning the techniques at a Thai cooking class.

No matter what degree of spice your palate prefers, delicious flavors abound in Thailand. One of the hottest restaurants in Bangkok is Thai celebrity chef Ian Kittichai’s Issaya Siamese Club (4 Soi Sri Aksorn, Chue Ploeng Road; 66-2/672-9040) with a modern Thai menu featuring a unique menu of edible art. Nai Mong Hoi Thod (539 Phlub Phla Chai Rd, Pom Prap Sattru Phai, Bangkok 10100) is a local’s favorite featuring classic delicious street food including traditional seafood pancakes.


Craft cocktails are also super popular in the country. Check out Hyde & Seek (65/1 Athenee Residence, Soi Ruamrudee, Wireless Road; 66-2/168-5152) or The Deck at Arun Residence (36-38 Soi Pratoo Nok Yoong, Maharat Road; 66-2/2221-9158) for creative libations and sunset sips. 



Must-Do Culinary Highlights:


You may decide you can’t get enough of the delicious local flavours, and if that’s the case, spend half a day at The Blue Elephant to learn how to prepare authentic Thai cuisine at home. This cooking school takes you through the entire process—from shopping at a market to enjoying your dishes. While it’s somewhat more expensive than a half day of museums and lunch, the long-term benefits are immense.


Enjoy a unique, from-the-river perspective of Bangkok's captivating beauty on this unforgettable dinner cruise. Embark your water craft and relax as you float peacefully along the Chao Phraya River past the city's most popular attractions.




Bangkok City Getaway3 nights

Roundtrip Bangkok
CAD $699 Per Person Incl taxes

Discover the history and highlights of Bangkok on a private guided tour. Your day will start with a boat ride through Bangkok’s canals, or klongs, to see family homes and temples—you’ll quickly see why they call this city “Venice of the East.” Next, visit Wat Arun, the Temple of the Dawn, and the Grand Palace, which houses the Temple of the Emerald Buddha. Lastly, stop at the Temple of the Reclining Buddha, the oldest and largest Buddhist temple in Bangkok, featuring one of the largest Buddha statues in Thailand. The following day you are free to explore on your own. We suggest an excursion to colorful Damnoen Saduak floating market. Imagine a grocery-shopping trip where you have to flag down the merchants as they float by on boats. No, it's not a Wonderland-style flight of fancy, but a traditional way of buying and selling colorful fruits, vegetables, meats, flowers, and sweets since the 19th century.

Thailand Real Food Adventure8 days

Bangkok to Chiang Mai
Book now to Save 15% Off this exciting tour along with many others!

Indulge in the complex flavours, fresh aromas and heavenly spices that make Thai food so addictive. Explore bustling markets spread out over land and water and taste exotic fruits and aromatic dishes whipped up in front of your eyes. Learn the trick behind making palm sugar, experience the thrill of a passing train in the Mae Klong railway market, slurp noodles alongside the locals in Bangkok, whip up a local feast in Suphanburi, enjoy some home cooking with a family in Chiang Mai, sit down to a Khantoke feast and tour all the must-see sights of Thailand. This is an incredible culinary journey through one of South-East Asia’s most seductive food cultures.

Featured Hotel: Mandarin Oriental Bangkok

Exclusive Bonus for 2020: Upgrade on arrival* + Daily Buffet breakfast for 2 + Complimentary Thai Buffet lunch for 2 + Complimentary Wi-Fi + Early check-in & Late check-out*

Situated along the banks of the Chao Phraya River, Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok has captured hearts and minds since first opening its doors in 1876. The hotel has welcomed countless dignitaries and other distinguished guests, who appreciate its sumptuous ambience and unsurpassed attention to detail. Take a shuttle boat ride across the river to the award-winning spa, a century-old teakwood temple of well-being. Bangkok’s oldest hotel kitchen will share its secrets with you in the Thai Cooking School, or let their experts do the work in a variety of venues. Sala Rim Naam serves up authentic cuisine along with Thai dancing.

Thailand’s appeal is universal, from the pulse of Bangkok and to the lush countryside of Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai, to the many beaches of the south. Thailand is bright and colourful with an abundance of warm and open people. Plus you'll be exposed to amazing architecture and ruins, royal history and an up close look at Buddhism. And don't forget about the bustling nightlife, great shopping and some of the best street food you'll ever taste.

Terms & Conditions

Prices are per person, in Canadian dollars, land only, based on double occupancy, departure dates as indicated (the lowest price available to book) and include all taxes. Monograms Bangkok & Chiang Mai (IAGD); Bangkok & Phuket (IAGE); Best of Thailand (IAT); vacation prices do not include intra-vacation air, which is available for purchase through Monograms. Pricing may vary on this date due to hotel availability. International flights and travel insurance are additional.Contact your Travel Advisor for current pricing and complete terms and conditions. *Upgrade on arrival and early check-in/late check-out are subject to availability.


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