#15 day of February – Malaysian Cooking Class

As a multicultural country, Malaysia has food that is influenced by many ethnicities.
Nasi Dagang, bakuteh, Hokkien Mee, Sang Har noodles, Satay, and Nasi Kandar. Are some of the most beautiful Malaysian meals to eat during your Penang trip.

So instead of spending your money on trinkets and mementos, you’ll never use them after your Malaysia visit. Why not bring back a skill?
Spending an evening learning how to create traditional Malay cuisine is a once-in-a-lifetime experience in Penang!

Most importantly, you should learn how to make some of these foods before you leave Penang. By enrolling in one of the following best cooking classes in Penang, Malaysia:

  • Penang Homecooking School

Penang Homecooking School’s classes are offered by Perly, a reputable Malaysian chef and teacher. They take place in a home setting to give you a sense of authentic Malaysian cooking.

Hours: 9:00am – 2:00pm
Closed: Sunday
Website: https://penanghomecookingschool.com/
Price: Available upon request

  • Chef Samuel’s Private Malaysian Cooking Class

Map: https://g.page/cookingwithchefsamuel?share
Morning: 8:00am – 12:00pm
Afternoon: 2:00pm – 5:00pm
Closed: None
Website: https://cookingwithchefsamuel.com/
Price: 396.37MYR/person

Virtual Cooking Classes are the best cooking classes out there. Period.

There are no geographical constraints. You can cook along with and learn from a chef in Melbourne, Australia. As easily as you can with a chef in Denver or Oaxaca. You also get to do everything – from the shopping to the prep, cooking, and plating. We like to kick things off with a cocktail. Then we cook along in real-time until we all end up with an amazing meal in our own homes. If you have any questions about these classes, please reach out to me via the contact page.

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