The two most important things for Cherry are family and food! A Bangkok native, Cherry helped with the shopping and chopping in her grandmother’s restaurant from a very early age. By the time she was ten years old, Cherry was preparing most of the meals for her family. Before she knew it, she was doing her MBA in St. Louis, Missouri, and wowing her American friends with her classic Thai cooking - always experimenting with new recipes and tinkering with old ones. Now, back in Thailand and happily married with an eight year-old daughter, Cherry splits her time between her beloved family and her freelance work in Bangkok’s vibrant advertising industry. However, her passion for cooking never ceased. Cherry would love to welcome you into her home to become part of her family. Join Cherry for a meal in her central Bangkok apartment, decorated in Cherry's fun and eclectic style, for a meal that might include meal may include favorites such pineapple fried rice, tom kaa gai, a delicious chicken soup simmered in coconut milk, or tangy yum wun sen, a glass noodle salad with shrimp in a lime sauce. Your meal will end with mango sticky rice procured from Cherry's favorite vendor in the city. If you book a cooking experience, you will join Cherry for a hands-on cooking lesson and learn to prepare a traditional Thai meal. The cooking lesson lasts approximately two hours. Cherry also offers and optional market tour add-on; Cherry will take you to the Thong Lor market closer to her home, and then you will visit Mae Varee, one of Bangkok's most popular mango sticky rice stalls, where Cherry will purchase your classic Thai dessert to enjoy after your meal. Hop in a taxi for the short trip to her hi-rise apartment 21 floors above Bangkok.
Bangkok is chief port capital of Thailand and one of the most important cities in Southeast Asia. It is the epitome of the country's kaleidoscopic blend of old and new. It is an expression of Thai respect for tradition coupled with their vibrant involvement with modern progress. Rama I built the walled Grand Palace, which contains Temple of the Emerald Buddha. During the 19th century, Bangkok was known as the Venice of the East because of its many canals, which served as streets and commercial thoroughfares. Houses perched along the banks of the remaining canals are still common sight. Some of Bangkok’s most distinctive features are the approximately 400 Buddhist temples, known as wats. Bangkok is Thailand's economic center. Other sights to see include Temples, monuments, museums, Vimarnmekh Mansion, and Jim Thompson’s House.
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