OldTown Thai Cooking studio offers Thai cooking classes to tourists in Bangkok Thailand. The studio aims to showcase the arts of Thai cooking culture and culinary traditional to both local and international tourists. We provide the best in class facility. Our building which is the 60s style shop house is freshly renovated, and our equipments are installed by professional trades. We provide fun and entertaining experience with your safety is our most priority.
Our studio is managed by Chef Purida. Known for her winning on Iron Chef Thailand, she was an Executive Chef of many 5 stars establishments in Bangkok. She has extensive experience in cooking industry guarantee by multiple awards. Chef Purida is highly skill in Thai cuisine and food design. Her love of Thai food and her passion in keeping the traditional alive brought us the idea of OldTownThai Cooking Studio.
The studio is located on Charoenkrung Road aka New Road. The road was built in the mid 19th century during the reign of King Mongkut (Rama IV). It is the first road in Thailand built by using modern construction methods. Charoenkrung was Bangkok’s main street up to early 20th century, but later declined in prominence. However, it is still home to many historic buildings and attractions. From the BTS skytrain’s Saphan Taksin Station to our studio, you can visit; Sathorn Pier, it is the main pier for the Chao Phraya Express Boat with all services stopping at this pier. It is the only place for tourist to transfer between the Chao Phraya Express Boat service and the Bangkok BTS Skytrain Silom Line rail serivce; Wat Yan Nawa which is an old Buddhist temple dating back to the Ayutthaya period. It has a unique junk shaped chedi and viharn built by King Rama III; Sathorn Unique Tower or Ghost Tower is an abandoned and haunted (?!?) skyscrapers; Asiatique the Riverfront is a night market with a large open-air area facing the Chao Praya River.