Spend the whole day tasting the best snacks, meals, and desserts that Phuket has to offer, as well as making a dish of your own. After pickup from your hotel, start your day with a breakfast of boiled rice black soup at Khao Tom Dee Buk, Michelin-listed in 2019, served with local custard bread and hot drinks. Then, head out to visit the old town and get a glimpse of the local Phuket community. Admire the ancient buildings lining the streets full of a variety of local products. Enjoy your next Michelin snack at Roti Teaw Nam restaurant.
Your next stop will be to the China Inn Restaurant, one of Phuket’s most unique restaurants. Visit the small museum that tells the story of Phuket, and relax with a local Phuket dessert and herbal drinks.
Next, learn to cook one of Phuket’s most famous dishes: stir-fried Mee Hokkien and Shrimp Sarong, using fresh and local ingredients. After this 30- to 45-minute cooking class, enjoy eating what you’ve made. Then, head out to the street to try a street-food dessert called Oh Aew, a sweet iced dessert made from flour, banana, and a little seaweed.
Head to Loba Bang Neaw, which opened in 1974 and evolved from a simple food stall to a shop, and is named after a savoury snack made from pork. This restaurant is famous for its deep fried dishes.
End your perfect day with a walk, and taste some local street food while mingling with the locals of Phuket. At 6:00 PM, you’ll be taken back to your hotel.