A Less Than Normal Lunch


nunnery vietnamLunch in a nunnery in Hue

Hop on the back of a motorbike and head out of town to visit a nunnery, not too far from civilization but isolated enough to enjoy the peace and quiet. During our visit, guests will not only have the opportunity to meet and interact with the nuns, but there is also time to walk around at your own pace and visit the main hall with its Buddha statue. Then it’s time to lend a helping hand as we learn how to make some local vegetarian dishes for lunch with the nuns. After lunch and during dessert is a great time to talk and learn more about Buddhist culture and the lifestyle of our friendly hosts.

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Authentic floating village lunch

Enjoy a perfect local Khmer lunch in floating house. This is an experience not to be missed as you dine over the water’s edge in a stilted home. The houses are pre-selected by Destination Asia and set up especially for guests to enjoy the perfect lunch. Each house can accommodate up to 8 people – if you are a group of 30 or 50 persons, we can work with a group of houses that are close to each other.

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Champagne PicnicGreat Wall Champagne picnic

Following a visit to the Mutianyu section of the Great Wall, guests are taken to a local chestnut orchard. After a brief hike through the orchard and pine forest, we arrive at the top of a ridge with an impressive view of the Wall. Guests are greeted with a glass of champagne and shown to white linen tables laid with a sumptuous picnic spread. The meal is catered by a nearby restaurant and hotel renowned for its focus on local, seasonal ingredients.

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Luxury culinary cruiseLuxury culinary cruise around Flores & Komodo

Offer your clients a culinary cruise around Flores and its neighbors on-board the private ‘Made In Italy’ boat. The eight hour dining journey combines a cruise through this stunning Indonesian archipelago with fine dining, snorkeling and plenty of relaxation. The cruise departs at 11 am, at which point Chef Marco Bertini starts creating a spectacular seven course set menu inspired by his Tuscan heritage, with wines, cocktails and plenty more. The cruise continues until the sets, returning to the harbour at 7 pm. The boat has a capacity for 10 people maximum and can be join-in or hired for private functions.

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