Bachelorettes and bridal showers aren't just about saying goodbye to the single life and preparing for marriage. They're opportunities to bond with your best friends—from hashing out last-minute wedding details to talking about how you're truly feeling about it all. Not to mention catching up on what you've missed since you've been busy with planning (no one likes a bridezilla).
So no matter how crazy things get, make sure to make time to just sit back and kick it with your entourage. One way to do it fuss-free is to sign up for an activity you can all do together, and Dusit Thani Manila's offering could just be the perfect fit for you.
If you love Thai food (who doesn't?!), sign up for a Benjarong Cooking Class with your entourage and immerse yourselves in a two-hour session of learning the art of Thai cuisine. They cover everything from the basics "all the way to intensive hands-on experience."
During the class, you also learn about Thailand and their rich culture from Benjarong’s Thai Chef Watcharapon Yongbanthom (Chef Ja) as you prep a three-course meal consisting of salad or soup, main course, and dessert. The best part? Each class includes a tasting break.
FN TIP: If you want to stay in theme, you can even go to Thailand for your honeymoon so you can have a truly authentic experience.
The rate is P1,800 per person, and each class can accommodate up to a group of 10 in one session. Afterwards, students also receive a certificate, a token, and recipe cards to make sure you get to practice more dishes at home.
When it was launched in August, Baby Barangay got to try it out, and if you're not sure how much fun a cooking class can be, look no further than this video:
"I highly recommend it, especially for small groups—barkadas, family members; it's a great bonding experience and you get to eat really fantastic food," says Patty Laurel-Filart.
Nicole Hernandez-de los Angeles echoes the same sentiment. "It's a great and fun experience, especially with your friends."
For reservations, you may call 238-8888 loc 8430, 8838.