A traveller has recommended gastronomic holidays to Thailand.

Thailand is a food lover’s paradise, according to a traveller who recently visited the south-east Asian nation.

People planning to book flights to Thailand may be inspired by Pam Davies’s article, which was published on Canoe.ca.

She said that Thailand offers the “ultimate” in gastronomic delight as a result of its exotic markets and attention to detail.

Ms Davies also attended a cooking class in the country – on a “beautifully restored former rice teak barge that would become our open air kitchen” – and said that it was a unique, relaxing and thoroughly enjoyable experience.

Recounting her time in Thailand, she wrote: “We leave the hubbub of downtown Bangkok. The tuktuks’ staccato fades as we board a river-taxi headed for Amita Cookery School in the old part of the city.

“The silent ride along the Bangkok Yai Canal – interrupted by the occasional long-tailed speed boat – brings us to the hidden waterside utopia.”

Written by Ruth Norris

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