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Join a Shan Cooking Class in Inle Lake

December 27, 2011 by Khiri Travel |

Cooking Class in Inle Lake

Inle Lake in Myanmar is one of the highlights for most people’s trip to Myanmar. However, visiting the lake is not only about sightseeing by boat. There are plenty of other activities possible in this part of Shan state. How about learning how to make Shan cuisine? Here’s how Khiri Travel in Myanmar can organize it for you.

At 8.30am the local chef of the Viewpoint restaurant at Inle Lake will take you to the market for a discovery of local products which we bring back to the kitchen of the restaurant. Now it’s time to prepare a Shan lunch with guidance from the chef. Afterwards sit down to enjoy your Shan culinary repast. An aperitif is offered to help things along. It’s a great half-day excursion that teaches you the basics of Shan cooking (so you can do it at home).

 

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