At Thai House, travellers will make and taste dishes such as Tom Yam gung (hot-sour prawn soup) and Kaeng ka-ri kai (yellow chicken curry). Bike around Bangkok or take a trip along a klong (canal) before moving on to Saigon and another open-air lesson. And take a rickshaw ride through the whirling traffic to a market.
The final stop, in Cambodia, promises half a day learning about Khmer cuisine as well as a trip to the ancient temples at Angkor Wat.
The price of pound;895 per person (based on two sharing) includes return flights from Bangkok to Siem Reap, transfers, cookery classes, sightseeing in Angkor with private guide, four-star bed and breakfastaccommodation, but not flights from the UK (which can be arranged by the company) or visas.
Details: 01869 276222; www.audleytravel.com.