Kandy Local Market Tour with Cookery Class and More
Warm Welcome to Cooking Class Sri Lanka !!!
Feel Sri Lanka! We are introducing our new tour experience with cookery lessons, palm reading and many more! “
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Pick up the clients from Kandy Hotel, proceed to Sri Lankan House where it is located in the countryside.
Enjoy a herbal drink (Belimal juice with jaggery ) & get yourself refreshed.
Before starting Cooking Class Sri Lanka with Market visit Kandy, you will get a chance to select a Sri Lankan menu.
You can start your short journey to the Kandy Market Hall is a public municipal market which is close to the clock tower in the Centre of the Kandy city.
While you walking towards the Market, you could hear vendors deliver their goods as fast as possible, sprawling everything out onto the ground and hustling to make sales. A Local Market is an ideal place where you can get a good understanding of how Sri Lankan people conduct their lives, make a living and purchase necessities. Without having your own experience you won’t be able to get a good idea of how to pick the right vegetables, fruits & other stuff properly. Our guide will accompany with you every time as he/ she would like to assist you to pick right stuff sharing with his/her local Market experiences.
After having a walk in the bustling Kandy Market, returned back to the House for the Cooking Lesson.
You can taste a King Coconut drink before starting your Cooking lesson.
After refreshing, you can start your cooking lesson with a good energy.
Our guide will give you a short brief about Sri Lankan foods, Spices, cooking methods, dining etiquette e.t.c.
Rice and curry is the Sri Lankan staple, through various kinds of bread, both roti style flatbreads and even loaves of bread, are very common. Sri Lanka, being an Island with a tropical climate, coconuts, and fish are two of the most influential components of Sri Lankan cuisine. Fish is made into curries, and coconut in some form or another is a dominant ingredient in cooking. Sri Lankans love spices. Most popular spices used in Sri Lanka cooking are Cinnamon, Cardamom, Chillies, Black pepper, Cloves, Coriander leave e.t.c … Herbs & spices in Sri Lankan have played the most important role in cuisine throughout the history of the country.
Once the dishes finished, you can taste the food what you made from your hands … It is common for Sri Lankans to eat food with their hands .. You can have a try once in a lifetime …..
After the delicious lunch,
Have you ever had a palm reading ????
Let our palm reader make interesting predictions about your future by looking at the creases that adorn your palm. Be thrilled as he tells you about future romantic prospects, career success as well as major life changes.
Drop at Kandy Hotel from where you picked up.
If you would love to add this kind of activities into your life please leave us an inquiry. We will be getting in touch with you at any time !!