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Cooking Class With Children In Cambodia

Enjoy a relaxed, casual introduction to an easy home-style Cambodian Cuisine. Experience this hands-on fun cooking activity following an in-depth visit at a local market.

If you are traveling with children to more exotic countries like Cambodia or Laos, you will surely consider whether it is safe and interesting. We have had some families with children as guests at Dine With The Locals. The kids had a lot of fun, and our hosts were also happy. We don’t just do a cooking class with children in Cambodia, we bring travelers and locals together. You get to know the hosts together with the children. Some also have children themselves and they like to play with new friends. The child friendly hosts will lead you and your family through the house and the garden, if available. There is already a lot to discover here and many questions will probably be asked. After all, different plants grow in Cambodia than in your home.

Learn new skill at our cooking class with children in Cambodia Then it’s time to cook. Depending on their age, the boys and girls are happy to help prepare the dishes. You can wash and cut vegetables, or help make the Cambodian spice paste Kreung. The various ingredients must be pounded in a mortar. Our cooking class with children in Cambodia should be a change from watching and that’s why we want you and your fellow travelers to actively participate. We have hosts who are a little tighter, and then someone from our team comes and tinkers with the children, for example. You will learn how to make funny glasses from a coconut palm leaf. You can bake a Cambodian waffle with Ms. Laum. With Mrs. Sareth you can braid a collar made of flowers. In Phnom Penh you can learn how to spin a spinning wheel for silk. In Battambang you can even paint with Ms. Mony.

If you want to do a cooking class with children in Cambodia we can make you various offers in several cities. We also respond to your individual wishes. If the children don’t want to eat local dishes, we can of course cook something else. Some of our hosts can also change the menu to vegetarian and if desired we can replace chicken, pork and beef or fish with tofu.


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