Thai cooking class+ Koh Yao Yai Native touch
8.00-8.30 am. Pick up from your hotel on Koh Yao Yai. (Pick up time varies by hotel location).
Sightseeing along the countryside road through rubber trees, coconut trees & palm trees, which are the economic plants of the island.
Arrive at Leam Larn fisherman village where you can feel the lifestyle of the local community and their occupations, and take in the scenery of mountains and sea. Get a brief overview about the tour from our local tour guide.
Cook your own lunch by choosing only 1 set from below options.
Set 1: Tomyam kung, mixed vegetable, stuffed omelet, Sugar Dumplings with coconut
Set 2: 3 sources fish, chicken with coconut soup (Tom Ka khai), Liang leaves fried egg, floating lotus (Bauloy)
Set 3: fried squid with garlic pepper, Masman chicken, Sweet and Sour fried with, small season cake made of flour boiled in coconut milk.
Enjoy your lunch at fisherman village.
Observe a local basket weaver in action and buy the baskets as souvenir for your family.
Visit a goat farm & feed the goats! A fun activity for children!
Learn how to open a coconut & drink the coconut milk in the local style.
Take a stroll on a jungle path to Ao Sai Beach where the sand is soft and the views of Phi Phi Island in the distance are spectacular!
Free time for relaxing & taking photos at the beach.
Learn how to make a fish trap or squid trap from local fishermen.
Visit a rice farm and a rubber tree plantation.
15.00-15.30 Transfer back to your hotel on Koh Yao or transfer to the pier.
Tour price: 3,500 THB./adult
The price included:
Round trip hotel transfer by local truck
Local English speaking guide
Soft drink & refreshment
Thai style Lunch on tour
What to bring:
– Camera, Sun block lotion
– Sun glasses, Suitable shoes, Hat or cap & some budget money.
* The trip itinerary is subjected to change depending to weather & tide level.
* Free transfer for hotel in Loh Jark beach, Loh Pared beach & Ao Boley Beach area.
* Extra charge 800 THB./car for transfer from Ao Mamuang, Hin Kong & Chong Lard pier.